Spanish artist Patricio Hidalgo Morán invented a performing art called ‘live-action-flamenco-painting’. Flamenco Artworks© interviewed him and found out: combine flamenco with action painting and things will get messy.
Flamenco Artworks wishes you a Merry Christmas, the flamenco way!
A Merry Christmas to you all in the traditional flamenco spirit. Watch how it’s done in this video by flamenco group ‘Triana Pura’.
Flamenco in the streets
In Sevilla flamenco can literally be found in the streets. Here, I can step out of my house and find guitarists playing bulerías on a terrace or I can join an improvised flamenco party in one of the antique little bars. -reporting from Sevilla, Spain A flamenco fiesta in bar ‘La Habanilla’, Sevilla. That’s me in the…
Flamenco entertainment- LIVE from Seville, Spain
Flamenco painter Patricio Hidalgo took me for a fantastic flamenco night in the Spanish city of Seville in a place where he painted the stage design and where flamenco history is still very tangible. Read on to join me in my magical encounters with flamenco. One of the greatest things of Seville is the omnipresence of flamenco. Different…
Flamenco Artworks Weekly Inspiration: 2017 is Camarón-year!
Spain is paying tribute to the most legendary singer of flamenco “Camarón de la Isla” (1950-1992). So let us do the same!
Flamenco Artworks Weekly Inspiration: Carmen on fire
Carmen Amaya is dancing in alegrías style (por alegrías) in the Mexican movie ‘Música en la noche’ from 1958. As you can see, Carmen set a new standard for both female and male dancers with her furious footwork. Carmen is wearing an outfit called ‘traje de corto’ that was traditionally men’s wear. Although there were other female flamenco dancers…
REVIEW A ‘muse’ is what the ancient Greeks called the feminine deities that inspired artists. And they have been generous with their gift of inspiration in the case of Musa, a show by María Marín and Irene Álvarez that combines several of the arts with the classical Spanish guitar and flamenco dance in the lead.
Salvador Dalí was a flamenco action painter.
Spanish artist Salvador Dalí was famous for his surrealistic works of art, but did you know he also took a shot at flamenco action painting? Original film footage lets us join the party.