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Goodwood Announces 2022 Motorsport Event Dates

Goodwood Announces 2022 Motorsport Event Dates

  • The 79th Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport will be held on 9-10 April.
  • The Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard will be held on 23-26 June.
  • The Goodwood Revival will be held on 16-18 September.
  • Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday 8 November at 9am.
  • Customers can get early access from 1 November by joining the GRRC Fellowship.

Goodwood Revival 2021

Goodwood is pleased to announce the dates for its 2022 motorsport and automotive events. Kicking off the season will be the 79th Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport on 9-10 April, followed by the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard on 23-26 June and finishing with Goodwood Revival on 16-18 September.

2021 saw Goodwood make an incredible return to the motorsport and motoring calendar, with all three events taking place over the summer and autumn, welcoming back our passionate fans after more than 18 months away. Looking ahead to next year, the events will not only revert to the usual order – starting with the Members’ Meeting in April – but they will run at full capacity and bring back many popular aspects as well as new celebrations, moments, car launches and interactive customer experiences.

Members’ Meeting will remain the playground for Members and Fellows of the Goodwood Road Racing Club (GRRC), with a weekend of exceptional racing, high-speed demonstrations, off-track festivities and fireworks, and of course the unique school ‘house’ rivalry.

Festival of Speed 2021

The Festival of Speed will return as the destination for innovation, technology and future mobility, as well as hosting perennial favourites including Formula 1, drift, contemporary teams, champion drivers and riders of past, present and future, and more than a century of motorsport history. The awe-inspiring Future Lab will wow event-goers, as will the latest supercars in action on the Hill, and the world’s leading manufacturers launching their latest cars. Electric Avenue – the ultimate place for consumers to immerse themselves in the world of electric mobility – will be back after its debut in 2021.

Revival will once again host the world’s greatest weekend of historic racing, accompanied by fabulous vintage fashion and glamour, set within the iconic Goodwood Motor Circuit. Popular new initiatives for 2021, including the Make Do & Mend corner and Revival Car Boot Sale, will make a welcome – and enhanced – return, as Goodwood continues to celebrate and showcase sustainability and second-hand lifestyle, encouraging attendees to embrace the event’s Revive and Thrive ethos.

Goodwood Revival 2021

Further details and announcements on what will feature at this year’s events will be announced in the months ahead.

Commenting on next year’s events, The Duke of Richmond said: “I am thrilled that our much-loved, sell-out motorsport events will be making a spectacular return in 2022. Thank you to everyone who attended and partnered with the Festival of Speed, Revival and Members’ Meeting this year. Your loyalty and support after a challenging 18 months made them more special than ever, and we can’t wait to see you back at Goodwood again next year. It really will be a season not to miss.”

When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the 79th Members’ Meeting, Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival will be on sale at goodwood.com on the following dates:

  • Saturday 30 October 2021 – GRRC Members
  • Monday 1 November 2021 – GRRC Fellowship
  • Monday 8 November 2021 – Public

As in previous years, children aged 12 and under go free and a Young Person ticket will also be available for those aged between 13 and 21 years of age.

Members of the public can get early access to tickets and buy from 1 November by joining the GRRC Fellowship. For just £43 a year, the Fellowship not only provides a special ticket window, but is the only entry route to join the GRRC, offering a range of benefits including access to the members-only Members’ Meeting, exclusive video content, competitions, offers and much more.

Goodwood’s unrivalled hospitality packages are available to book now for the 2022 Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival by emailing hospitality@goodwood.com or calling 01243 755054. Whether customers are looking for a great day out with friends, entertaining clients or celebrating something special, Goodwood’s hospitality provides the ultimate setting to enjoy the events.

Also launching at Goodwood in 2022, will be Goodwoof (28-29 May) and Eroica Britannia (6-7 August). The two new events will bring ‘all things dog’ and vintage cycling to the estate’s impressive and popular events portfolio. Tickets to Goodwoof are on sale now at goodwood.com, with Eroica Britannia to follow at the end of the year.

2022 Event Charities

The Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival will also partner with two new charities in 2022. Race Against Dementia, a charity set up by Sir Jackie Stewart OBE will be supported by the Festival of Speed and local charity Aldingbourne Trust will be supported by the Revival.

Race Against Dementia is a global charity established to fund pioneering research to find a prevention or treatment for dementia. The Race Against Dementia (RAD) Fellowship Programme draws from the most promising early career scientific talent around the world. Collaboration with forward-thinking teams in Formula One and other innovative organisations brings the dynamic attitude, dedication and agility of Grand Prix teamwork to drive results in dementia research. The programme not only accelerates the Fellows’ personal research agendas but also aspires to catalyse a change in dementia research culture globally.

The Aldingbourne Trust provides real skills, care and jobs in a 21st Century way. Through strong partnerships and social enterprise, they enable adults with learning disabilities to have real choices and to lead more independent lives. The trust provides much-valued support in all aspects of their lives including accommodation, training, employment, advice and having fun!

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Goodwood Revival 2021

Tickets for the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival go on sale to the public on Monday 8 November at 9am at goodwood.com, with priority booking available for GRRC Members and Fellows. Customers can join the Fellowship at any time to receive priority booking for the 2022 events.

2022 Event Dates:

  • 79th Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport, Saturday 9 – Sunday 10 April 2022
  • Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, Thursday 23 – Sunday 26 June 2022
  • Goodwood Revival, Friday 16 – Sunday 18 September 2022

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Tickets
Tickets can be purchased via goodwood.com or by calling the Ticket Office on 01243 755055.

Members of the public can get early access to tickets and buy from 1 November by joining the GRRC Fellowship. For just £43 a year, the Fellowship not only provides a special ticket window, but is the only entry route to join the GRRC, offering a range of benefits including access to the members-only Members’ Meeting, access to video archives, competitions, offers and much more.

For an extra special day out, hospitality is also available across the event and can be organised by emailing hospitality@goodwood.com or calling 01243 755054.

Goodwood wants customers to be able to book with confidence and if it is deemed that Goodwood events cannot take place on advice from the UK Government due to the ever-changing pandemic, the ‘Ticket Guarantee’ means customers can transfer their ticket to the following year or receive a full refund.

Covid-19
Goodwood’s number one priority is the safety and wellbeing of everyone involved, whether working behind-the-scenes, at the wheel, or attending the spectacle. Goodwood continues to work closely with Public Health England and UK Government advisory groups and all events will be run strictly in accordance with the Government’s Covid-19 guidelines

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About the Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is an epic weekend of motor racing founded by the Duke of Richmond, which aims to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held at Goodwood throughout the 1950s and 1960s.

As well as a full programme of racing, the Members’ Meeting features all kinds of cars from classic tin-tops and GTs, to motorcycles and open wheeled Formula 3 and F1 machines, offering visitors a friendly and intimate atmosphere with no crowds, thanks to being exclusively available to GRRC Members and Fellowship. A winning formula of spectacular cars, high-speed track demonstrations, fun-packed festivities and great entertainment; along with the very best food and drink. Joining the GRRC Fellowship is the only way to become a full GRRC Member.

About Audrain Motorsport
Audrain Motorsport is all about the chance to share extraordinary experiences centred around the way you want to engage with cars and motorcycles. No matter where your passion connects, on a tour, rally or back country drive; exploring the limits of your car and your talent against the clock on a track; as an insider at the world’s leading Concours d’Elegance and historic races; or sharing conversation with the movers, shakers and legends of the motoring world in an intimate setting, we are here to make it possible.

Audrain Motorsport promises “curated immersive automotive experiences” for all its members who are looking to take their passion to the next level, and to operate at the top of the automotive lifestyle chain. For more information please visit, www.AudrainMotorsport.com and stay up-to-date with all news and information by following us on our YouTube Channel and social media platforms.

About the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard
First staged in 1993, the Goodwood Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard is the world’s largest automotive garden party; set against the spectacular backdrop of Goodwood House in West Sussex, UK. Over 600 cars and motorcycles spanning the phenomenal history of motoring and motorsport take part along with legendary figures from the automotive world. Highlights include Future Lab presented by bp, Electric Avenue, Forest Rally Stage, Michelin Supercar Paddock, Michelin Supercar Run, F1 paddock, Drivers’ Club, GAS Arena, Cartier Style et Luxe Concours d’Elegance, Aviation Exhibition and Bonhams Auction.

About the Goodwood Revival
The Goodwood Revival is the world’s greatest historic motor race meeting, and the only sporting event of its kind to be staged entirely in a period theme. More than just an unrivalled weekend of historic racing, it is a whimsical step back in time; an immersive celebration of a less disposable world, where “make do and mend” was a way of life rather than a casual slogan.

The Revival is, at its heart, a celebration of craftsmanship and sustainability, from an age when possessions were made to last and be cherished. It promotes a thoroughly modern ethos – to “reduce, reuse, repair, restore and recycle” – in the most authentic way possible. All the cars are original, having been lovingly maintained since new, many of the outfits have been handed down through generations, and even the retailers specialise in pre-owned artefacts – everything from clothes and accessories to automobilia and books.

It is, proudly, the world’s biggest and most glamorous second-hand event, encouraging attendees to embrace its Revive and Thrive ethos.

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TAG HEUER CELEBRATES NEW BRAND AMBASSADOR RYAN GOSLING

TAG HEUER CELEBRATES
NEW BRAND AMBASSADOR
RYAN GOSLING

The Swiss luxury watchmaker hosted a private event in Beverly Hills celebrating Ryan Gosling as new global ambassador and revealing the new TAG Heuer Carrera Three Hands collection, the Hollywood star’s watch of choice for his first ever brand partnership.

Los Angeles, CA, USA, 7 October 2021: Following the announcement this morning of the signing of Ryan Gosling as its new global ambassador, TAG Heuer gathered a select number of VIPs, international editors, influencers and partners in a private villa in Beverly Hills, California, to mark the occasion and kick off the partnership on a high note.

“We’re delighted to be back in LA to introduce and celebrate the newest member of the TAG Heuer family, Ryan Gosling. Our brand has strong historic ties to Hollywood so it was only fitting that we would return for this meaningful announcement.” says Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer, “Ryan as an actor is fearless and committed to excellence. We couldn’t be happier to enter this unique partnership, one that is such an authentic and powerful match of values and ambitions between Ryan and TAG Heuer and from which you can expect great things.

For Ryan Gosling “Partnering with such an iconic brand which has been a pillar of excellence for more than 160 years was an easy decision. I really enjoyed working on this first AD campaign with Pari Dukovic, a photographer whose work I admire.”

The cocktail party was held in a private villa in Beverly Hills and attended by many of TAG Heuer’s ambassadors and friends of the brand including Hollywood actor Patrick Dempsey, tennis champion Naomi Osaka, Olympic sprinter Sydney McLaughlin and more. During the evening, the master of ceremony, American playwright, actor and philanthropist Jeremy O Harris, welcomed Ryan Gosling and TAG Heuer CEO Frédéric Arnault to the stage to discuss the new partnership and reveal the brand’s new 13-piece line of TAG Heuer Carrera Three Hands watches, a
timelessly elegant and resolutely modern take on the famed TAG Heuer chronograph born in the 1960s and Ryan Gosling’s timepiece of choice.

Ryan Gosling, Patrick Dempsey

They also intro duced award-wining New York-based photographer Pari Dukovic, the man behind the bold images of Ryan’s first campaign for TAG Heuer. Guests were then treated to a live performance by Canadian electronic music band Desire and Johnny Jewel.

Patrick Dempsey, Jillian Dempsey

Sydney McLaughlin, Frédéric Arnault

With this event, TAG Heuer officially marks the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership with Ryan Gosling, a first for the multitalented actor and one that will encompass a variety of projects including a joint product design in the near future. Together they will continue challenging the limits, redefine modern, maverick yet elegant and timeless luxury watchmaking for the long term.

About TAG Heuer
TAG Heuer, founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in the Jura Mountains of Switzerland, is a luxury watch brand that is part of LVMH Moët Hennessey Louis Vuitton SE (“LVMH”), the world’s leading luxury group. Based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland and with four production sites, TAG Heuer has 1470 employees and is active in 139 countries. TAG Heuer products are available online on www.tagheuer.com for select countries and in 160 boutiques and 3,000 points of sale worldwide. The company is headed up by Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer. For 160 years, TAG Heuer has demonstrated pure avant-garde watchmaking spirit and a commitment to innovation with revolutionary technologies that have included the oscillating pinion for mechanical
stopwatches in 1887, the Mikrograph in 1916, the first automatic-winding chronograph movement – Calibre 11 – in 1969 and the first luxury smartwatch in 2015. Today, the brand’s core collection consists of three iconic families designed by Jack Heuer – TAG Heuer Carrera, Monaco and Autavia – and is rounded out with the contemporary Link, Aquaracer, Formula 1 and Connected lines.
Capturing TAG Heuer’s motto, “Don’t Crack Under Pressure”, are prominent partnerships and brand ambassadors that express the brand’s passion for action and high performance.

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Expo 2020 Dubai: Ultimate Design Guide For This Exclusive Event

Expo 2020 Dubai: The World In One City

Expo 2020 Dubai is ready and it will certainly make a lasting impact in an already culturally rich country. Starting in October, this event will marvel you with its amazing 192 country pavilions and their incredible cultural and technological displays. One of the main focuses of Expo 2020 Dubai is the three main pavilions; Terra, the sustainability pavilion; Alif, the mobility pavilion; and Mission Possible, the opportunity pavilion.

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Set across a purpose-built 4.38 square kilometers site in the Dubai South district, visitors will be able to travel to the Expo 2020 site via metro, bus, taxi, or car. Expo 2020 Dubai will be open seven days a week, from 10:00 to 00:00 on Saturday to Wednesday, and 10:00 to 02:00 on Thursday and Friday.

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Everything is set to accommodate a certainly one-of-a-kind and spectacular event. Expo 2020 Dubai will host some of the most impressive design feats that you will ever see but, most of all, provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime exclusive experience.

Amazing Pavilions To Discover

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Saudi Arabia Pavilion | Expo 2020 Dubai

In Expo 2020 Dubai, you will literally be able to explore the world in one city. 192 stunning country Pavilions surrounding the main three. The event will also include some standout special pavilions too, such as the Women’s Pavilion, which will serve as a space for meaningful discussions supporting women’s vision and contributions to shaping society; and The Good Place Pavilion by Expo Live, a multi-sensory interactive experience to meet ordinary people doing extraordinary things.


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Each country presents a unique experience and amazing designs. Expo 2020 Dubai will offer you a world-class variety of experiences with each country represented and bringing its best to the event. For the first time in World Expo history, every participating country will have its own pavilion. Enjoy immersive cultural experiences and discover what makes each country unique as you explore them all.

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Portuguese Pavilion | Expo 2020 Dubai
Where Do The Stars Live? Jeff Andrews Creates Cinematic Spaces

Amazing Hotels To Stay

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331-key Rove Expo 2020

The 331-key Rove Expo 2020 is the place to stay inside the event, its located in Al Wasl Square overlooking Al Wasl Plaza and it is a marvelous architecural masterpiece to look at. But across Dubai, there are endless beachfront resorts and city stays to choose from. Each one will provide you the best experience for you to enjoy Expo 2020 Dubai and the city itself.

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… And Discover Dubai Design Scene!

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Palm Jumeirah – Dubai

If you are attending the fabulous Expo 2020 Dubai, you should of course explore Dubai. The city is renowned for offering the best luxury experiences in the world, but for design lovers, it is also a hub of some of the best interior design and architectural projects in the world. Palm Jumeirah for example, is an iconic place that you must visit, that gathers the best hospitality, restaurants, and design projects in an iconic artificial island.

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Get the most out of Expo 2020 Dubai. Enjoy the event, each pavilion, and Dubai itself. There is only one place to be for a truly unique exclusive experience, and starting on October, Expo 2020 Dubai will certainly be a once in a lifetime experinece.

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100 Years of the Type 13 Brescia: Quadruple Victory for Bugatti

100 Years of the Type 13 Brescia: Quadruple Victory for Bugatti

The event is the Gran Premio delle Vetturette. On the Circuito di Montichiari, race cars zip back and forth between the towns of Montichiari and Brescia. Tires screech, dust is thrown up into the air. There are 60 laps to be completed, each one 17.3 kilometers long. This is a real challenge for both man and machine, and remains a legendary race to this day. Bugatti Type 13 vehicles take the top four spots in the Grand Prix for Voiturettes cementing the French luxury brand’s motorsport expertise.

To mark the round anniversary, the Bugatti Club Italia organized a special event between September 12 and 16: 40 historic Bugatti vehicles, including the Type 13, 22 and 23 from all over the world, celebrated the historic victory on the beautiful routes around Lake Garda. The start and finish of each day’s tour was the legendary city of Brescia. For over 35 years, the Bugatti Club Italia has kept the history of the famous French luxury brand alive – long before the first super sports car of modern times was created with the EB 110 in 1991.

With the Type 13 “Brescia” Bugatti was responsible for a turning point in the history of motorsport in 1921. The first of its kind, the open-top sports car heralded the end of large and heavy race cars just a few years later. From 1921, its light bodywork, superior chassis, and powerful engine allowed the Type 13 to leave its competitors for dust.

As did Ernest Jules Friedrich. The French race car driver and mechanic had been convinced of the Type 13 for some time and had won the famous Le Mans race one year previously. Racing in the Voiturette category in the race in Brescia, he performed lap after lap with great concentration, took corners with precision and speed, and crossed the finishing line first – ahead of his teammates Pierre de Vizcaya, Michel Baccoli, and Pierre Marco.

Voiturettes are lightweight, maneuverable race cars. Bugatti’s Type 13 is just such a vehicle – a mere 490 kilograms in weight and a 1.45-liter four-cylinder engine that initially offers 40 PS, and later 50 PS. The open-top two-seater hits a top speed of 150 km/h and can take corners at a pace thanks to its lightweight construction and precise chassis. With the Type 13, which went into production in 1910, Ettore Bugatti brought together his ideas, continued to refine the technology over the subsequent years steadily, and focused systematically on lightweight construction and high-quality workmanship.

First four-valve engine in a car

From 1914, the engine boasted a displacement of 1.35 liters, and from 1919, it featured the first four-valve cylinder head for faster gas exchange, allowing the four-cylinder engine to deliver 30 PS. Bugatti also introduced white metal for the crankshaft bearings and pistons for higher revs as well as a fuel pump and a pump that sprayed oil onto specific components. Easy-shift four-speed transmission made it easier for the driver to change gears frequently.

In 1921, Bugatti increased the displacement to 1.45 liters, while new ball bearings for the crankshaft, which were even lighter and more smooth-running, were introduced for the later race car. At the same time, Bugatti increased the engine’s compression ratio and the carburetor flow rate, opting for a dual magneto ignition for two spark plugs per combustion chamber. As a result, the racing engine delivered powerful combustion at high revs of up to 4,500 rpm. Light wire-spoked wheels that replaced heavy wooden wheels reduced the unsprung masses and increase the vehicle’s agility further still. The Type 13 essentially set the benchmark in motorsport. It was powerful, fast, and sinewy, like a racy thoroughbred; a “pur sang.”

In the 1920s, the Bugatti vehicles won virtually every competition they entered. The lightweight, powerful and reliable sports cars from Molsheim were superior on tough road races and hill climbs in particular, making them close to unbeatable.

Following its quadruple victory in Brescia, the French atelier sold 711 Type 13 Brescia vehicles with a four-valve head as well as 388 vehicles with engines featuring an easy-turn crankshaft with ball bearings. All the subsequent four-valve vehicles even officially bore the name “Brescia” in memory of this unique success. Bugatti also applied the Type 13 concept with other vehicle lengths like the Type 15, Type 17, Type 22, and Type 23. The Type 13 was produced in Molsheim until 1926, with Bugatti selling a total of approximately 2,000 units of the model.

Bugatti Type 35 furthers the racing success

The staff began to assemble Type 35 vehicles in 1925. This vehicle furthered Bugatti’s run of success – in the subsequent years, it became the most successful race car of all time, having clocked up more than 2,000 wins. Among these wins were five consecutive victories in the Targa Florio in Sicily between 1925 and 1929, one of the toughest races of its time. With this impressive success story, the Type 35 therefore followed in the footsteps of its successful predecessor a few years previously in Brescia.

 

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Goodwood Revival 17 – 19 September 2021

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Cannes Yachting Festival 2021

Cannes – Vieux Port & Port Canto

From 7 to 12 september 2021

Europe’s top in-water boat show and the world’s no.1 show for large sailing boats.

Europe’s top in-water boat show and the world’s no.1 show for large sailing boats.

THE WORLD’S MOST ECLECTIC TRADE SHOW

Every year in the two ports of Cannes, the Yachting Festival hosts an eclectic offer of boats from 3 to 43 meters, in-water and on the ground, with sails or with motors, monohull or multihull, hard or semi-rigid, including many prerelease previews.

It’s the chance to meet the largest names in the yachting industry and discover their latest innovations in unrivaled visiting conditions.

IDEAL ENVIRONMENTS FOR DISCOVERING

Come and admire the most beautiful yachts and sailboats and take the helm of exceptional ships at the sea trials!

VIEUX PORT

Cannes‘ Vieux Port, one of the oldest harbours on the French Riviera, each year welcomes prestigious new motorized yatchs from 3 to 45 meters in-water, presented by the world’s leading shipyards. Vieux Port is also the setting of the Luxury Gallery, an area dedicated to luxury and the art of living.

PORT CANTO

On the other side of the Croisette, the Port Canto is the setting of the Sailing Area which brings together sailboats, monohulls and multihulls from 10 meters. This area created in 2019 offers a visibility for the sailboats on-water and for the stands presented by the shipbuilders, equipment manufacturers and service providers. These new units are alongside the large second-hand yachts and nautical toys presented in the Brokerage Area.

WEITERE NEWS

SAILING AREA IN PORT CANTO

The Sailing Area welcome sailing boats, monohulls and multihulls, excluding brokerage, to Port Canto.

LUXURY GALLERY

This area located on the Vieux Port is dedicated to luxury houses, crafts and the art of living.

CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE

Don’t miss the exceptional day boat parade by participating or attending the Concours d’Elégance on Saturday, September 11, 2021.

VIP PROGRAM

You can choose the VIP program that suits you to attend the Festival as a distinguished visitor.

Furiosa Gallery presenta RGB de Irene Cruz en el Festival OFF de PhotoEspaña
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Furiosa Gallery presenta RGB de Irene Cruz en el Festival OFF de PhotoEspaña

Furiosa Gallery presenta RGB de Irene Cruz en el Festival OFF de PhotoEspaña

El próximo 5 de junio se abre al público RGB, la nueva exposición individual de Irene Cruz en la Galería Furiosa de Madrid, dentro del marco del festival off de Photoespaña.
La muestra está comisariada por Elvira Rilova y está compuesta por una veintena de obras, instalación y video.

RGB es una muestra que nace antes de este extraño 2020, inspirado por impactos variados, ante una necesidad de cambio personal, espiritual y estético en la artista Irene Cruz.

Desintegrando los límites de la fotografía y de la pintura, del video e incluso los de la música –pues la artista crea sus propias piezas sonoras-, con su particular mirada, y desde una total libertad creativa, Irene Cruz pinta con la luz sus imágenes con una belleza y una narratividad que resultan casi pictóricas, viniendo a defender, que el suyo, no es lenguaje ni simple ni mecánico.


Para lograr su objetivo utiliza los colores aditivos, a través de pigmentos y los mantiene en los más puros, rojos, verdes o azules.

Escribir con luz, pintar con luz, re-pintar con pigmentos extranjeros para la fotografía, simulando otra nueva luz intrusa (RGB) pero sin su esencia, innovando y divirtiéndose con las texturas y en cada pincelada cuestionando y diluyendo los límites del arte encima de las instantáneas de tintas pigmentadas directamente en placas de aluminio. Y siempre muy presente, el elemento humano con el que Irene Cruz pretende expandir nuestra concepción de la realidad social.


Irene Cruz juega en ocasiones, acudiendo a la intervención con pintura, entrelazando ambos lenguajes en un baile cromático que va más allá de la fotografía, pues también pinta con luz sus vídeos, con geles de colores rojos, verdes y azules (como en “Anhelo”, pieza que forma parte de RGB y que ha sido realizada junto al director D Eceolaza y el músico Sebastian Pecznik).


Para poner de manifiesto el proceso vital que ha significado para Irene la producción de RGB, reflejo de este transformador tiempo de pandemia, la muestra incluye además una video-instalación con todas las historias de Instagram que han surgido a lo largo de la gestación y producción del proyecto.


En RGB, Irene Cruz nos demuestra que la fotografía es una forma personal inagotable de mirar el universo, es un lenguaje alterno, que influye, recoge influencias y las transforma,
Porque, crear es para la artista una absoluta necesidad, una terapia donde canalizar el exterior en el interior y el interior al exterior; el ciclo de la vida.


INFO Inauguración sábado 5 de junio de 11h a 14h y de 15h a 20h. Del 5 de junio hasta el 18 de julio en el horario habitual de la galería. Dirección: Calle de Almadén, 13, Madrid, 28014, Barrio de las Letras, junto al CaixaForum

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Qatar Goodwood Festival 2021
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El primer congreso global de gastronomía | Madrid Fusión 2021

El primer congreso global de gastronomía | Madrid Fusión 2021

IFEMA MADRID 31 mayo, 1 y 2 junio 2021

EN PERSONA, CON MÁS DE 100 PONENTES Y TODAS LAS MEDIDAS DE SALUD Y SEGURIDAD NECESARIAS

Por primera vez, los congresistas podrán visitar el Pabellón 14 del Recinto Ferial Ifema Madrid, o seguir las presentaciones desde cualquier parte del mundo a través de la web de Madrid Fusión. Las inscripciones están abiertas. Reserva ya tu entrada para asistir presencialmente al congreso o elige la opción online para unirte desde cualquier parte del mundo.

El primer congreso mundial de gastronomía mundial se realizará presencialmente gracias a un protocolo Covid-19 aprobado por la Comunidad de Madrid que garantiza la salud y seguridad de organizadores, delegados, expositores, visitantes y proveedores.

Tenemos una gran cantidad de contenido nuevo en la tienda, con características técnicas y experimentales, y más espacio que nunca para las sesiones de capacitación. Tenemos un nuevo congreso, MF The Wine Edition, cuyo objetivo es promover la conexión mutuamente beneficiosa entre el vino y la comida. También celebraremos la segunda edición de Madrid International Pastry. ¿Te lo vas a perder?

Program Madrid Fusión 2021

El congreso, titulado “Gastronomía Circular”, refuerza la presencia internacional con nombres importantes, como el chef argentino Mauro Colagreco (Mirazur*** Francia), mejor restaurante del mundo 2019 en el ranking The World’s Best 50 Restaurants; Aníbal Criollo (Naturalia, Colombia), cocinero colombiano portador de una las culturas ancestrales más sostenibles; Yoko Hasei (LeClab), chef japonesa afincada en Madrid y una de las pocas mujeres en el mundo que trabaja la cocina kaiseki; o la cocinera china DeAille Tam, chef ejecutiva de Obscura*, uno de los restaurantes más populares de Shanghai y que acaba de ser elegida mejor cocinera de Asia en 2021 en la lista Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.

Madrid Fusión 2021: Ponentes confirmados y temáticas

Ritmo de los ciclos lunares

En su restaurante Mirazur, en plena Costa Azul, Mauro Colagreco se identifica más que nunca con la naturaleza. Las teorías de la agricultura biodinámica de Rudolf Steiner, el ritmo de los ciclos lunares y los caprichosos comportamientos de las estaciones condicionan cada una de sus recetas. Naturaleza, pensamiento y evolución a ritmo constante. Un verdadero primus inter pares. El chef argentino ha aprovechado el año de la pandemia para invertir la ecuación de su negocio: ahora su restaurante forma parte del huerto y no al revés, como era antes.

El colombiano Aníbal Criollo, descendiente de los indígenas Quillacinga del sudoeste colombiano, explicará su cocina de recuerdos inspirada en la chagra, sistema de conexión con la tierra del que siguen viviendo, territorios sagrados donde además de cultivar alimentos también se cultiva el alma.

La cocinera DeAille Tam, la primera mujer de la China continental en recibir una estrella Michelin en 2018, regenta el restaurante Obscura* en Shanghai. En alianza con su socio Simon Wong, revisa a fondo las bases de la cocina china tradicional. Innovación sin reglas ni protocolos, en un ambiente mágico: once asientos en la primera planta y una mesa de banquete que da cabida a otros diez. Cocina de corazón con libertad de diseño y claridad de ideas.

Por su parte, la chef japonesa Yoko Hasei (LeClab) es una de las pocas mujeres en el mundo que trabaja la primitiva cocina kaiseki. Una cocina repleta de códigos ocultos y condicionantes formales que tiene su origen en el siglo XIII y está vinculada con las estaciones y los productos frescos.

Minimalismo extremo

A la lista de Madrid Fusión también se incorpora Björn Swanson (Felt*, Alemania), chef alemán nacido en Berlín pero con raíces estadounidenses, que abrió su nuevo restaurante para 18 comensales en plena pandemia en octubre y seis meses después recibió una estrella Michelin, aunque solo ha podido permanecer abierto durante cuatro semanas. Su trabajo se resume con dos argumentos, minimalismo extremo de las recetas y sentido absoluto de la sostenibilidad. Su cocina, ecológica, responsable y creativa bebe de las fuentes de la naturaleza, se identifica con sus raíces germano-americanas y con los recuerdos de su infancia. Radical y moderno a la vez, dos atributos irrenunciables.

Entre los cocineros internacionales confirmados también están el italiano Diego Rossi (Trippa), quien recupera la historia olvidada de la cocina italiana en su trattoria de Milán.

El único chef libanés con una estrella Michelin, aunque afincado en París, Alan Geaam (Restaurante Alan Geaam*), tras huir de dos guerras civiles llegó a Francia con un visado para solo siete días y ha logrado impulsar una cocina que tiende puentes entre sus dos países al conjugar la riqueza culinaria del Líbano con la delicadeza de la cocina francesa y de la que nos mostrará una creación a base de cordero y  pistachos.

Esta decimonovena edición dedicará un protagonismo especial al cambio de paradigma mundial hacia cocinas comprometidas con el planeta que defienden la cadena alimentaria en su totalidad, desde la producción a la mesa, el aprovechamiento máximo de los productos y la filosofía de ‘lo recién’ (recién cosechado y recién cocinado). Por ello, el programa se vertebra alrededor de chefs cuyo trabajo está asociado con esos conceptos de recuperación de especies vegetales, respeto al entorno y cultivo integrado, como Maria Solivellas (Ca Na Toneta), Rodrigo de la Calle y Diana Díaz (El Invernadero*), Juanjo Losada (Restaurante Pablo) o el gaditano Luiti Callealta (Ciclo), quien junto a Rafa Monge, diseñador agrícola que obtiene hortalizas portentosas en un navazo de Sanlúcar, han llevado las ‘verduras de descarte’ a la alta cocina al aprovechar al límite los recursos con ingredientes que normalmente los mercados rechazan a pesar de sus virtudes gastronómicas.

Conciencia ecológica y social

Madrid Fusión acogerá también grandes nombres de la cocina española cuyo camino no deja de explorar esa estrecha conexión del producto con el medio, la biodiversidad y el territorio: Joan Roca (El Celler de Can Roca***), Eneko Atxa (Azurmendi***), Andoni L. Aduriz (Mugaritz**), Javier Olleros (Culler de Pau**), Pablo González Conejero (Cabaña Buenavista**) y Fina Puigdevall (Les Cols**). La chef de Olot acudirá acompañada de sus tres hijas, Martina, Clara y Carlota Puigvert.

En la lista de confirmados también figuran Pitu Roca (El Celler de Can Roca***) y Dani LasaLlorenç Segarra y Miguel Caño (Imago), quienes mostrarán en Madrid Fusión su programa de desarrollo en zonas desfavorecidas de diferentes países exportando la evolución técnica, conceptual y gastronómica de la cocina española en los últimos 30 años. Y la conciencia ecológica y social de Javier Antequera y Felipe Turell (Mo de Movimiento) con su proyecto de sostenibilidad y apoyo a los pequeños productores y a la integración y desarrollo profesional de personas con dificultades para acceder al mercado laboral.

Cocineros ya anunciados

Estos nombres se añaden a la lista de los que ya estaban confirmados y que se anunciaron el pasado mes de febrero. Como Davide Caranchini (Materia, Italia), uno de los cocineros italianos con mayor proyección que trabaja con productos que cultiva en su invernadero personal.

El australiano Josh Niland (Saint Peter), uno de los triunfadores de la edición de 2020 y cuya forma de madurar el pescado y el sentido de la sostenibilidad y respeto por el medio marino trae de nuevo a Madrid Fusión. Esta vez con una ponencia en la que se podrá conocer en directo cómo trabaja en su restaurante de Sidney.

También anunció hace unas semanas su presencia en Madrid Fusión 2021 Juan Sebastián Pérez (Restaurante Quitu, Ecuador), quien lidera en Quito un proyecto en el que ha invertido diez años recorriendo el país, sus reservas ecológicas, y trabajando con los recolectores de cacao, agricultores y ganaderos. Y Juan Luis Martínez (Mérito, Lima), que traerá a Madrid la cocina con mezcla de raíces venezolanas y peruanas que también defiende esos conceptos de excelencia en la trazabilidad del producto.

Los cocineros españoles que ya estaban anunciados como ponentes del primer congreso global de gastronomía son Ángel León (Aponiente), Ricard Camarena (Restaurante Ricard Camarena), Xavier Pellicer (Healthy Kitchen), Ignacio Echapresto (Venta Moncalvillo) o Pedro Sánchez (Bagá).

Starlite Catalana Occidente 2021
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Starlite Catalana Occidente 2021 confirma más artistas en su 10ª edición

Starlite Catalana Occidente 2021 confirma más artistas en su 10ª edición

Starlite Catalana Occidente regresa un año más para celebrar su décima edición. Serán ocho semanas con la mejor música del panorama nacional e internacional y una variada oferta de ocio al más puro estilo Starlite. Este conocido evento cultural de la Costa del Sol abrirá las puertas de su emblemático enclave en La Cantera de Nagüeles desde el 17 de junio hasta el 28 de agosto.

 Catalana Occidente no es solo música. La experiencia empieza previa al concierto con su oferta gastronómica en un ambiente de terraza de verano, y se prolonga post show con espectáculos y DJs donde bailar en un entorno inigualable».

Starlite Catalana Occidente fue el único festival internacional que se celebró en el mundo en tiempos de pandemia, marcando la nueva era de los conciertos seguros y liderando la industria musical global. “Volveremos a aplicar todas las medidas necesarias para que los conciertos sean seguros; ya lo hemos hecho en 2020 y lo vamos a volver a hacer” señala la presidenta del festival.

En su nueva edición, estos son los artistas confirmados hasta el momento:

  • Ella Baila Sola (18 de junio)
  • Miguel Ríos & The Black Betty Trio (19 de junio)
  • La Oreja de Van Gogh (25 de junio)
  • Beret (26 de junio y 31 de agosto)
  • Sebastián Yatra (2 de julio)
  • Carlos Rivera (3 de julio)
  • Tom Jones (8 de julio)
  • Il Divo (9 de julio)
  • Manuel Carrasco (10 de julio)
  • Pablo Alborán (12 de julio)
  • Alan Parsons Live Project (14 de Julio)
  • Miriam Rodríguez y Cepeda (15 de julio)
  • Maluma (16 de julio)
  • Camilo (17 de julio)
  • Nile Rodgers & Chic (21 de julio)
  • DVICIO (21 de julio)
  • Aitana (22 de julio y 24 de agosto)
  • Omar Montes (23 de julio y 23 de agosto)
  • Miguel Bosé (24 de julio)
  • Pablo López (26 de julio)
  • Lionel Richie (27 de julio)
  • Ozuna (29 de julio)
  • Simple Minds (31 de Julio)
  • Morat (2 y 27 de agosto)
  • Rosario (4 de agosto)
  • Raphael (5 de agosto)
  • Passenger (6 de agosto)
  • Estrella Morente & José Mercé (9 de agosto)
  • Passenger (10 de agosto)
  • Nil Moliner, Dani Fernández y Pol Granch (11 de agosto)
  • Nathy Peluso (12 de agosto)
  • Tomatito (13 de agosto)
  • Lérica (16 de agosto)
  • Plácido Domingo / Ainhoa Arteta (18 de agosto)
  • Estopa (19 de agosto)
  • Orozco (20 de agosto)
  • Antonio José (21 de agosto)
  • David Bisbal (23 de agosto)
  • Raphael (25 de agosto)
  • Rozalén (26 de agosto)
  • Ara Malikian (28 de agosto)
  • Siempre Así (30 de agosto)
  • Lola Índigo (3 de septiembre)
  • Bonnie Tyler (fecha por confirmar)

Las entradas para todos los conciertos ya están a la venta en Ticketmaster.