Sunday, April 5, 2009

The curtain opens!

The curtain opens! Artist

Street artist performs in the bohemian night.

Artista de rua se apresentando na noite boêmia.



The curtain opens! Assembly


This place, named "Cinelandia", is surrounded by the State Theatre (Theatro Municipal), State Museum (Museu de Belas-Artes), National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and the Councilors House (Câmara de Vereadores), in front of which the artist makes its performance.

Esta praça, a Cinelândia, é cercada pelo Theatro Municipal, o Museu de Belas-Artes, a Biblioteca Nacional, e a Câmara de Vereadores, em frente do qual o artista faz sua "performance".

3 comments:

  1. Oh - and I first thought it was a statue. We have a lot of them around Cologne Cathedral, too.

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  2. This building is looking so much better then it did in 1972. Wonderful to see.

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