Ex-temple of the classical music, la Salle Pleyel is going to reopen its doors on Friday, September 23rd The mythical concert hall, which was operated for a long time by the Cité de la Musique, was closed at the beginning of 2015 in the opening of the Philharmonic society. Its exploitation was confided for 15 years to the financier Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière, at the head of Fimalac who holds in particular the Fitch rating agency. A transformation of the place was committed: besides artists of French variety, the room Pleyel will welcome concerts of current musics, shows of dance and humorists.
The Frye Art Museum is a living legacy of visionary patronage and civic responsibility, committed to artistic inquiry and a rich visitor experience. A catalyst for our engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, access to which shall always be free. The Charles and Emma Frye Free Public Art Museum is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation, organized as a charitable non-profit corporation in Washington State.
The Americana Music Association works closely with those in our industry, whether artists, labels, radio stations, retailers, print media, festivals, agents, publishers, etc. to help organize and build the infrastructure necessary for our genre to achieve success both creatively and financially.
The Americana Music Association works behind the scenes within the music industry to foster an environment for growth: building infrastructure, creating networking opportunities, establishing channels that allow professional entities to work effectively and efficiently. Working smarter - not just harder - means achievement of greater success for the greatest number of participants.
Niark1 (Sebastien Feraut) is an artist based out of Paris, France. Graphic designer, illustrator, fine artist…Niark1 is all of the above. Niark1 has worked for many clients, such as The Brand Union, Computer Arts project, Vasava, WAD, Future Net, Play Imaginative, Science & Vie Jr, and Qwartz just to name a few.
CS Lewis once said “How monotonously alike all the great tyrants and conquerors have been”. This was the primary thought behind the series Monsters and Marilyns. Throughout history Fascists, Communists, Marxists, and Socialists have murdered and oppressed those who were under their rule, yet popular culture and propaganda have tried to make these monsters into heros and icons. Twisting peoples memories and brainwashing them into an Orwellian nightmare. Andy Warhol’s silkscreen painting of Marilyn Monroe is one of the most iconic painting of the Pop Art Movement. Not many people know that the painting was meant to show the mask of popularity that a celebrity wears. On the outside there were different shades of happiness, but under all the paint and smiles there was something darker: depression, drug use, and suicide. Jesse took this idea and reinterpreted it to speak truth into our popular culture. The hair and make-up from the “Marilyn Monroe” painting is placed on politicians, dictators, public officials, as well as old horror movie monsters that are liars, murderers, and tyrants. By doing this the statement is made that no matter how much popular culture or the mass media tries to dress up and beautify these people, they are still monsters. Saddam Hussein, Barack Obama, Frankenstein, Dracula, Che Guevara, Ho Chi Minh, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Pin Head, Leather Face, Barney Frank, Chairmen Mao, the Bride of Frankenstein, Hitler, Hannibal Lector, and Jesse Jackson are only some of the people that Jesse have Marilynized.
The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) is a non-profit organization, founded in Chicago, Illinois, United States, by pianist/composer Muhal Richard Abrams, pianist Jodie Christian, drummer Steve McCall, and composer Phil Cohran. Early members included Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Wadada Leo Smith, Leroy Jenkins, Amina Claudine Myers, Adegoke Steve Colson, Chico Freeman, George Lewis and the Art Ensemble of Chicago: Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell, Joseph Jarman, Famoudou Don Moye, and Malachi Favors. The AACM is devoted "to nurturing, performing, and recording serious, original music," according to its charter. It supports and encourages jazz performers, composers and educators. While founded in the Jazz tradition, the groups outreach and influence has, according to Larry Blumenfeld, "touched nearly all corners of modern music.
With a collective of over twenty years industry experience, studiofour is an emerging design practice that combines the disciplines of strategy, architecture, interiors and landscape to provide a holistic solution for each project.
Weshoyot Alvitre (June 24, 1984) is a Tongva/Scots-Gaelic artist from California.
Alvitre was born in Newbury Park, California. She grew up at Satwiwa, A Tongva cultural center founded and run by her father located in the Santa Monica Mountains. Her mother was a librarian, and she was first drawn to art in children's books. She was introduced to comics when she ordered The Little Mermaid and Beauty & the Beast graphic novel adaptations from a school catalog. She attended Ventura High School until her junior year. She lost her entire art porfolio in a fire at VHS, which destroyed the entire art room. She then transfered to an independent study program. This allowed her to take community college classes to focus on her art education and rebuilding her portfolio. She attended Ventura College, majoring in art and transfered to University Channel Islands, located on site of the Camarillo State Hospial. She graduated in 2007 with a BA in fine arts. She started her career in comics on Alias Comic's Tenth Muse as an inker, and quickly moved on to penciling issue #11 of Tenth Muse. Weshoyot penciled and inked issues 10-12 of Archaic, which is published by Fenickx Productions LLC. She also is credited with the back cover of issue #3 of "The Misadventures of Clark and Jefferson" from Ape Entertainment, a pin-up of "Spaceboy" from issue #6 of Gerard Way's "Umbrella Acamdemy" from Dark Horse Comics, a pin-up chapter break from the TPB of Jetta: Tales of the Toshigawa from Maw Productions. Most recently is her contribution to a variant cover for IDW Publishing Satellite Falling #2 (JUNE2016), cover interview and interior art for 'ROSEBUD Magazine #61 (june/july2016), Cover and interior to HEDERSLEBEN's album "The Fall of Chronopolis", Locust Moon Press LITTLE NEMO: Dream Another Dream (Nov2014), Once Upon A Time Machine (2012) Dark Horse, and Graphic Classics Vol. 24: Native American Classics (2013) She has also contributed design work to Dooney and Bourke handbags after winning a competition sponsored by Teen Vogue magazine. During her senior year in college she also created her own line of luxury handbags. She lists Leinil Yu, David Mack, Bill Sienkiewicz and J. Scott Campbell amongst her influences, in addition to Victorian illustrators, art nouveau and deco fine art.
Mathilde and Gautier Jourdain are collectors, fascinated by the urban design since about twenty years. In 2008, they create the project 400ml (exhibitions, books and conferences), this crazy bet gathers 400 sprays customized by so many street-artists.
This experience leads them to the creation of the art gallery in 2010. The gallery is installed at the heart of the 13th district of Paris, a district of the capital where the urban design holds a dominating square. Faithful to their convictions, Mathilde and Gautier work with three ideas in head: help and support the artists, make discover and surprise, offer the desire and the ways to collect. With a selection of international artists, they realize exceptional events in an urban and atypical frame.
With a movie history that goes back to the 1980's, who would think that Tom Hanks would have so many peeing scenes in his career? From the casual bathroom break, to the most hurried of bathroom emergencies, Tom Hanks has acted it, and has done a very... convincing job too. Who knows, maybe these scenes aren't acting after all! Either way, Ranker was very surprised to find out that Tom Hanks can be found peeing in over 14 of his movies -- So, join us as we take a PEE-k into the many bathroom scenes of Tom Hanks!
Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898–1972), was a Dutch graphic artist. He is known for his often mathematically inspired woodcuts, lithographs and mezzotints. These feature impossible constructions, explorations of infinity, architecture and tessellations...
The year 2100. In an effort to combat overpopulation, the postmortem social network "Anvil" is released and made mandatory to all. A fusion of both Japanese and Belgian comics inspirations and sensibilities, such as Ghost in the Shell, Akira or Peter & Schuiten's work. "Anvil" invites us on a journey through the eyes of a young woman in her final moments on earth.
Ricardo Bofill Leví (born 5 December 1939), is a Spanish (Catalan) architect, who, since 1963, continues to lead the international architectural and urban design practice Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura. Ricardo Bofill was born into a family of builders in 1939 in Barcelona. He studied at the Barcelona University School of Architecture and graduated from the School of Geneva. At the age of 17 Ricardo Bofill designed his first project, a summer home in Ibiza, and by 23 became lead architect of el Taller. Over fifty years later, Bofill still leads Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura, with over 1000 projects to date in over 50 countries.
Dominic J. Taglialatella has been a major force in the global art community for nearly four decades starting in 1978 in Lambertville, New Jersey and then opening on Madison Avenue in New York City in 1981. In 1993, the gallery hosted an exhibition of Dutch period work by Van Gogh and in 1995 Taglialatella became an advisor to the board of the CoBrA Museum in the Netherlands. In 2000, the gallery began focusing on Pop Art showing works by Warhol, Haring and Wesselmann and quickly became one of the most important Warhol dealers worldwide. In 2001 the gallery opened a 4000 sq. ft. ground level space in the heart of Chelsea and today that space serves as headquarters and focuses on international Modern and Contemporary masters with an emphasis on the American Pop Art Movement. Recognizing that an increasing number of clientele wintered in Palm Beach, Taglialatella Galleries opened a two level gallery space in the historic Via Bice just off world famous Worth Avenue in 2008. In the autumn of 2010, Taglialatella Galleries launched its first European gallery in Paris, France. Working in association with Nadegé Buffe, the opening of the two level gallery in the revitalized Marais district featured American Pop Art and was a media sensation. Taglialatella’s extensive inventory includes works by artists such as Warhol, Wesselmann, Katz, Arman, Lichtenstein Rauschenberg, Haring, Indiana, Basquiat, Frankenthaler, Christo, and Hirst. In addition to our aforementioned prolific masters, the gallery represents mid-career and primary artists, such as Rob Hay, Sanzi, and Russell Young.
Bruno Carneiro Mosciaro, a renowned Brasilian artist and designer best known as Bruno Big
Bruno Big is a multi-faceted visual artist, using diverse mediums such as etching, woodcutting, stencil, graphite and experimental printmaking. The variety of media is a point to be stressed and is rooted in ongoing work on the streets of Rio, stage productions and customization.
Mexican Omar Ortiz uses the human body as the main element in his work. His hyper realistic paintings are surprisingly exquisite, as is his command of light and skin tone. Most of his paintings are on large canvases, and many mistake his paintings for actual photographs.
He was born in 1977 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, where he still lives to this day. Most of his works, which have been classified as minimalistic, are done in oil, although he has experience with pastels, charcoal, watercolor, acrylics, and airbrushing.
Giuseppe Penone (born 3 April 1947) is an Italian artist. Penone started working professionally in 1968 in the Garessio forest, near where he was born. He is the younger member of the Italian movement named "Arte Povera", a term that was coined by Germano Celant. Penone's work is concerned with establishing a contact between man and nature. He still actively produces new work.
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