Miami Studio Romero Brito Parte 2 de 2



JB e TAM Viagens Santos e Região levam você para conhecer o estúdio de Romero Britto “The world famous brazilian artist” em Miami!

Presente em Santos desde abril de 2001, a TAM Viagens conta com 2 lojas localizadas na cidade de Santos e uma terceira loja inaugurada na cidade de Praia Grande em 2012. Atendendo assim toda a baixada santista.

Loja 01 – TAM Viagens Santos
Shopping Patio Iporanga
Av Ana Costa, 465 loja 408
Segunda a sabado das 10h00 as 22h00
Domindos e Feriados das 15h00 as 21h00
13 33234004

Loja 02 – TAM Viagens Santos
Av Afonso Pena, 157
Seg a sexta 09h30 as 18h30
Sab 09h00 as 13h00
13 32022111

Loja 03 – TAM Viagens Praia Grande
Litoral Plaza Shopping
Av Ayrton Senna da Silva, 1511 loja 130
13 34762111
Segunda a sabado das 10h00 as 22h00
Domindos e Feriados das 15h00 as 21h00

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The Life, Times, Stars, and Strangers of Studio 54



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    Easily one of the most infamous clubs of all time, Studio 54 was THE place to be between 1977 to 1979. Created by club owner Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager (and Jack Dushey as a financial backer) in 1977, the club was notorious for its debauchery, excess, and free acceptance of the oddities that walked into the door. Actually, the more unique you were, the better chances you had to get in! Or if you were famous, because ALL of the stars had to make a stop in it’s short 33 months of business. Let’s take a look at the Life, Times, Stars, and Strangers of Studio 54. Known for it’s widespread acceptance of the crossdressing, drag, and LGBTQ communities of New York, Studio 54 was a haven for all walks of life… if you could get in. The line normally was 6 blocks long, and that only amplified the mystique of the club. …but once in, it was like no other place at the time. For instance, there was a resident white stallion that lived in club. Pictured here is Dolly Parton with said horse. …or Diana Ross casually hanging out at the DJ booth. Andy Warhol was a frequent patron as well. Some said he would make mandatory weekly visits. Debauchery occured everywhere you looked. There were even reports that the clubs “special cocktails” were laced with all sorts of drugs. Anything from Cocaine to LSD to Ketamine. The feeling of love was constantly flowing. Here are Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta “practicing” for their icon roles in the film “Grease.” Stars of all walks of life would come out to party with each other. Here is Gene Simmons being fed a donut by Cher. Talk about a group of legends! Pictured here is John Belushi, Keith Richards, and James Brown have a jolly ol’ time. Studio 54 was also known for their waitstaff and their… minimalist outfits. Studio 54 also was known to have notoriously outlandish events. Here is a couple from the 1977 halloween party. The club was also a hangout for Saturday Night Live showrunners at the time. Pictured here is Gilda Radner and Dan Akroyd partying it up. Elton John was a frequenter of the club as well. No matter what day you were in the club, you were bound to recognize someone famous. Here is club owner Steve Rubell with a young Michael Jackson and Aerosmith frontman Steve Tyler. In 1977, The Temptations threw a party celebrating their signing with Atlantic Records. Pictured here is Bette Midler congratulating the Temptations at the party. With an opius amount of alcohol and drugs flowing through the club, oddities were bound to occur. Here is design Ray Halston feeding Elizabeth Taylor. Madonna also loved to frequent the club. Note that this is pre solo-artist Madonna when she was still in the band “The Breakfast Club.” Grace Jones would use the club to debut and show off her one-of-a-kind fashion pieces. … and also spend time with great friends. Her and Tina Turner would regularly hit the club together. Here is a young Brooke Shields appearing smitten wit
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Moneybags Wellington



Moneybags Wellington, an artist from New Orleans who lists Warhol as an creative inspiration, talks about his innovative process and what it’s like to have Drake own some of his work.

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The Life, Times, Stars, and Strangers of Studio 54



The Life, Times, Stars, and Strangers of Studio 54:

The Life, Times, Stars, and Strangers of Studio 54

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ADVERTISEMENT     Easily one of the most infamous clubs of all time, Studio 54 was THE place to be between 1977 to 1979. Created by club owner Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager (and Jack Dushey as a financial backer) in 1977, the club was notorious for its debauchery, excess, and free acceptance of the oddities that walked into the door. Actually, the more unique you were, the better chances you had to get in! Or if you were famous, because ALL of the stars had to make a stop in it’s short 33 months of business. Let’s take a look at the Life, Times, Stars, and Strangers of Studio 54. Known for it’s widespread acceptance of the crossdressing, drag, and LGBTQ communities of New York, Studio 54 was a haven for all walks of life… if you could get in. The line normally was 6 blocks long, and that only amplified the mystique of the club. …but once in, it was like no other place at the time. For instance, there was a resident white stallion that lived in club. Pictured here is Dolly Parton with said horse. …or Diana Ross casually hanging out at the DJ booth. Andy Warhol was a frequent patron as well. Some said he would make mandatory weekly visits. Debauchery occured everywhere you looked. There were even reports that the clubs “special cocktails” were laced with all sorts of drugs. Anything from Cocaine to LSD to Ketamine. The feeling of love was constantly flowing. Here are Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta “practicing” for their icon roles in the film “Grease.” Stars of all walks of life would come out to party with each other. Here is Gene Simmons being fed a donut by Cher. Talk about a group of legends! Pictured here is John Belushi, Keith Richards, and James Brown have a jolly ol’ time. Studio 54 was also known for their waitstaff and their… minimalist outfits. Studio 54 also was known to have notoriously outlandish events. Here is a couple from the 1977 halloween party. The club was also a hangout for Saturday Night Live showrunners at the time. Pictured here is Gilda Radner and Dan Akroyd partying it up. Elton John was a frequenter of the club as well. No matter what day you were in the club, you were bound to recognize someone famous. Here is club owner Steve Rubell with a young Michael Jackson and Aerosmith frontman Steve Tyler. In 1977, The Temptations threw a party celebrating their signing with Atlantic Records. Pictured here is Bette Midler congratulating the Temptations at the party. With an opius amount of alcohol and drugs flowing through the club, oddities were bound to occur. Here is design Ray Halston feeding Elizabeth Taylor. Madonna also loved to frequent the club. Note that this is pre solo-artist Madonna when she was still in the band “The Breakfast Club.” Grace Jones would use the club to debut and show off her one-of-a-kind fashion pieces. … and also spend time with great friends. Her and Tina Turner woul

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Andy Warhol



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Andy Warhol, Twiggy, Red lip, Hamilton, Che Guevara, soap, fractal, Borat, Rolling Stones, Kiss, Mick Jagger, muffin, toaster, Paul Klee, Roy Lichtenstein, Beatles, freedom sculpture, dogs, peoples, cats, shoes, dresses, cakes, flowers, gays, cars, pistols, rocket, monkey, banana, knives, tram chair, dollar, phone, bags, Taschen, Snickers, accessories, popcorn, John Travolta, Pulp Fiction, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Marilyn Monroe, Britney Spears, Madonna, Superman, Mercedes, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro, Mickey Mouse, Studio 54, Liza Minelli, Jackie Kennedy, Cambell’s Tomato Soup, Factory Made, Facktory Girl, self-portrait, Edie Sedgwick, Pop, Andrew Walhola, pop-art, art, andy warhol picture, andy warhol self-portrait, retro, warhol influence.

Andrew Warhola (August 6, 1928 February 22, 1987), more commonly known as Andy Warhol, was an American painter, filmmaker and conceptual artist, who was a leading figure in the movement known as pop art. After a successful career as a commercial illustrator, Warhol became famous worldwide for his work as a painter, avant-garde filmmaker, record producer, author, and public figure known for his membership in wildly diverse social circles that included bohemian street people, distinguished intellectuals, Hollywood celebrities and wealthy aristocrats.

Warhol has been the subject of numerous retrospective exhibitions, books, and feature and documentary films.

Warhol coined the concept of “15 minutes of fame”, which refers to the fleeting condition of fame in the modern world, mainly attributed to mass media and transience in human beings.

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The Politics Of Dancing 2 album 2005
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Sir Peter Blake gives advice to artists



Iconic artist and Patron of the John Moores Painting Prize, Sir Peter Blake, gives his advice to artists entering this presitgious painting prize.

Find out more about the John Moores competition here:

http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/johnmoores

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