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something other than herself
18 June 2017 to 22:30
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State of play: school playgrounds from Kenya to Japan | Art and design | The Guardian
21 April 2015 to 09:30
State of play: school playgrounds from Kenya to Japan | Art and design | The Guardian
What happens when the bell rings for break? James Mollison photographed school playgrounds around the world to find out
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A short history of mental illness in art
25 January 2015 to 11:33
A short history of mental illness in art | Society | The Guardian
From Hogarth to Van Gogh, art has challenged and shaped our understanding of mental illness. Here are Jonathan Jones top ten
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Shakespeare First Folio found in French library
26 November 2014 to 13:06
Shakespeare First Folio found in French library | Stage | The Guardian
The book – one of only 230 believed to still exist - had lain undisturbed in library at Saint-Omer for 200 years
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Dassanetch caps wig
20 November 2014 to 12:50
Dassanetch caps wig - Ethiopia
I came back to Omorate village, on the left side of the Omo river. Always the same old trunks to cross the river, fearing to fall in the water with all the cameras ans lenses!...always the same dirty village full of all kind of shits everywhere...but so nice people to meet. The Daasanach people collect the caps of the Coca and beers in the bars of Omorate and make wigs with them. Soon, there will be a bridge on Omo river, so thousands of people, cars, trucks, will pass the Dassanech villages. I felt i saw the last traditional times of this tribe.The Dassaneth or Geleb are living on both sides of the Omo river. The Dassanetch are originally nomadic pastoralists . However, despite their dedication to cattle rearing current reality reveals that crop cultivation on the flooded banks of the Omo river and its delta are fundamental to their subsistence. Omoratte market of the Dassanetch has been serving for centuries as an important trading center of the Karo and the Geleb where the Karo head with their own clay pots to exchange them for grain, Coffee and ammunition. In the Dassanetch society power is in the hands of a group of about thirty elders called"bulls" (Ara). The hair style of the Dassanetch men is one of the most sophisticated in the Omo valley. Village d'Omorate Les Dassanetch (ou dassanech) vivient sur les deux rives du fleuve Omo. Ils sont aussi appelés les Geleb. Ce sont des pasteurs, mais l'agricultiure sur les rives du fleuve tend à prendre de plus en plus d'importance pour leur survie alimentaire. le marché d'Omoratte est un carrefour de longue date où les echanges avec les Karos sont nombreux (poterie contre café, armes, munitions..). Dans la societé Dassanech, le pouvoir est detenu par une trentaine de sages appellés les Aras (les taureaux). la coiffure des Dassanach, comme chez les karo, est tres sophistiquée. © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com
Wtf ?
20 November 2014 to 22:14 - Christian
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Louvre place
17 November 2014 to 09:21
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25 October 2014 to 10:12
L'UN DES PREMIERS ORDINATEURS APPLE VENDU 905.000 DOLLARS AUX ENCHÈRES
L'un des premiers ordinateurs Apple vendu 905.000 dollars aux enchères - Obsession
L'ordinateur  Apple -1 a été assemblé à la main en 1976 par Steve Wozniak dans le garage du cofondateur Steve Jobs ou dans la chamb...
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MICROSOFT ABANDONNE LA MARQUE NOKIA
25 October 2014 to 09:58
Microsoft abandonne la marque Nokia - Obsession
Après le rachat du Finlandais, le groupe américain décide de ne conserver que le nom Lumia pour ses smartphones.
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A Science Experiment From Your Childhood
06 May 2014 to 15:49
A Science Experiment From Your Childhood, Turned Into Gorgeous Photographs | Design | WIRED
Caleb Charland's photographs are science experiments turned art.
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Five of Italy’s Most Influential Women - In Honour of International Women’s Day | Italy Magazine
07 March 2014 to 15:14
Five of Italy’s Most Influential Women - In Honour of International Women’s Day | Italy Magazine
To honour International Women’s Day, I wanted to reflect on the complex situation of Italian women and celebrate some of the most important women in Italy who can serve as inspiration to all.
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all about notebooks
17 November 2013 to 00:41
What relation did Chatwin have with his notebooks while travelling, how did he store them and process them into books once back home? Listen to the story fro...
the drawings of Leonardo da Vinci
An ever-growing collection of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci thumbnailed and available for downloading.
Leonardo da Vinci - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Detour - the Moleskine® worldwide travelling project - Moleskine ®
The Detour project displays a piece of the Moleskine® journey through stories and cultural interventions, in exhibitions and in the Detour Book.
The Official Moleskine website - Moleskine ®
Moleskine® is a brand that encompasses a family of nomadic objects: notebooks, diaries, journals, bags, writing instruments and reading accessories, dedicated to our mobile identity.
Notebooks - Stationery
Through the careful selection of materials, streamlining manufacturing processes and simplifying our packaging, we have continually introduced high quality Muji brand products onto the market, at lower than usual prices. Presently there are more than 5,000 Muji products sold in Japan. Muji's natural and simple design complements today?s lifestyles perfectly.
Ikko Tanaka: between past and future, East and West
Ikko Tanaka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Open File: On Kawara - I Got Up At...
On Kawara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nick Cave's Handwritten Dictionary, And The Love Letters Jamie Shupak Gets From Her Boyfriend Every Day - The Awl
Dangerous Minds | Nick Cave: A few pages from his notebooks
  A few pages of Nick Cave’s artwork, as culled from his notebooks, posted over at the Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds site. Images from Nick Cave Collection, the Arts Centre, Melbourne.   Notebook known as ‘Sacred and Profane’, 1985   Pages from the notebook known as ‘Sacred and Profane’, 1985  <br…
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The Great Gatsby
21 May 2013 to 14:50
Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 The Great Gatsby Official...
F Scott Fitzgerald | Books | The Guardian
Latest news and comment on F Scott Fitzgerald from guardian.co.uk
The Great Gatsby - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Gatsby, review - Telegraph
Robbie Collin reviews the first UK screening of Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan.
Un film magnifique Leonardo sublime ....
21 May 2013 to 15:48 - Jeannot
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Beyond a href: Preserving Flash-driven Art
27 February 2013 to 22:08
One of the most common multimedia formats used in the ArtBase is Flash, dating back to its origins with FutureWave and through its development by Macromedia and Adobe. Of the myriad formats used in the ArtBase’s collection, SWF is the most prevalent and deeply used multimedia filetype: over a third of the archived works are founded on it. Its combination of power (few formats offer its combination of browser-driven multimedia and interactivity) and ubiquity on audience machines made it the obvious choice for artists looking to go beyond the HTML and JavaScript-driven net art of the late 1990s.
Rhizome | Beyond a href: Preserving Flash-driven Art
Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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The Body as an Object of Interference
24 February 2013 to 07:35
Dancers often describe the feeling of watching someone else’s performance and actually feeling, in their own bodies, the form and movement of the other. This sensation of inhabiting another’s body in a relative physical way is called proprioception and it does have a basis in neurological fact, which reports that some can access this bodily empathy innately while others, especially in kinesthetic disciplines like dancing or music, develop a sensitivity to it over time.
Rhizome | The Body as an Object of Interference: Q+A with Jeff Kolar
Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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24 February 2013 to 07:36 - Dan
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Christopher Langan Interview - High IQ (Part 2/3)
07 February 2013 to 18:19
I do not own the rights to this interview. Part of Errol Morris' First Person series of Documentaries: http://www.amazon.com/Errol-Morris-First-Person-Comple...
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Michelangelo Antonioni
01 January 2013 to 17:49
Michelangelo Antonioni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michelangelo Antonioni - IMDb
Michelangelo Antonioni, Director: Blowup. Michelangelo Antonioni was born in 1912 into a middle-class family and grew up in bourgeois surroundings of the Italian province. In Bologna he studied economics and commerce while he painted and also wrote criticism for a local newspaper. In 1939 he went to Rome and worked for the journal
Welcome to Antonioni.com :: Home :: Michelangelo Antonioni, Italian film director and scriptwriter
Antonioni.com is a tribute to Michelangelo Antonioni, Italian film director and scriptwriter
Michelangelo Antonioni: the movie revolutionary | Film | The Guardian
Five years after they both died on the same day, why is the Italian director's work still overshadowed by Ingmar 'boring' Bergman?
Michelangelo Antonioni: centenary of a forgotten giant | Film | guardian.co.uk
Peter Bradshaw: The Italian master's challenging and difficult L'Avventura was booed at its premiere in Cannes. But nowadays the director gets something far more hurtful: indifference
Michelangelo Antonioni - Explore - The Criterion Collection
Though Michelangelo Antonioni worked throughout the forties (on short documentaries like N.U., about street cleaners in Rome) and fifties (including writing the story that was the basis for Federico Fellini’s The White Sheik, and directing his first fiction features, including the penetrating films about bourgeois Italian life Story of a Love Affair and Le amiche), it was in the 1960s that he became a major force in international film. It was also then that he began to typify, alongside such artists as Fellini, Ingmar Bergman, and Alain Resnais, a new European art cinema, expressing a distinctly contemporary ennui. With their stunning visuals, ambiguous narratives, and still relevant focus on modern alienation, Antonioni’s films of this period, all starring Monica Vitti, his lover at the time—L’avventura (famously booed at Cannes for confounding its audience with its longueurs and lack of closure), La notte, L’eclisse, Red Desert—have stood the test of time. And his less iconic later films, like Identification of a Woman, have only grown more compelling and mysterious as the years have passed.
The Mysteries of Michelangelo Antonioni - Harvard Film Archive
Michelangelo Antonioni
Critical analysis of landmark international and independent cinema-Michelangelo Antonioni
Michelangelo Antonioni at 100 : The New Yorker
Today would be the hundredth birthday of the cinema’s exemplary modernist, Michelangelo Antonioni, who, from the very beginning of his career, understood form to be the crucial content of his era—and made films that, themselves, had an advanced form...
Michelangelo Antonioni Quotes - BrainyQuote
Enjoy the best Michelangelo Antonioni Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Michelangelo Antonioni, Italian Director, Born September 29, 1912. Share with your friends.
Interview with Michelangelo Antonioni :: rogerebert.com :: People
EuroScreenwriters - Interviews with European Film Directors - Michelangelo Antonioni
Euroscreenwriters - Interviews with European Film Directors.
Fellini and Antonioni: Film and Friendship | Vanity Fair
A close friend of renowned directors Michelangelo Antonioni and Federico Fellini, Charlotte Chandler saw the true kinship of two supposed rivals.
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THE BEST FILM DIRECTORS
27 December 2012 to 14:28
40 best directors | Features | guardian.co.uk Film
IMDb: THE 100 BEST DIRECTORS OF ALL TIME (INTERNATIONAL AND DEFINITIVE) - a list by matiask-966-773928
Top 10 Living Directors - Listverse
This is a list of the top 10 living movie directors. I have selected primarily directors of English speaking films as this would become too big a list oth
The world's 10 greatest filmmakers | best directors
Most Profitable Directors of All Time | /Film
The 23 best film directors in the world today | Film | The Guardian
From The Master to Holy Motors, this autumn promises to be a strong season for director-led cinema. But who are the auteurs that are exciting us in 2012?
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La Dolce Vita
20 October 2012 to 14:09
La Dolce Vita - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
La Dolce Vita feature | Film | The Observer
Federico Fellini's groundbreaking 1960 satire La Dolce Vita put Italian cinema firmly on the world stage with its tale of hedonistic excess. It thrilled critics but was condemned by the Vatican. Here
In this movie the word "paparazzi" was used for the first time...
21 October 2012 to 11:42 - Marie
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Julio Iglesias en concert en Guinée équatoriale: 750 euros la place
07 October 2012 to 18:05
Julio Iglesias en concert en Guinée équatoriale: 750 euros la place - actualités voila
Le célèbre chanteur de charme espagnol Julio Iglesias donnera un concert lundi soir à Malabo où les spectateurs devront débourser 500.000 F CFA (750 euros) pour y assister, selon les affiches et les reportages de la télévision nationale équato-guinéenne dimanche.
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30 May 2012 to 11:08
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? by Horace McCoy â?? review | Books | The Observer
The ruthlessness of Hollywood is laid bare in Horace McCoy's classic 1935 novel, writes Anita Sethi
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Metropol Parasol
14 May 2012 to 01:25
The Metropol Parasol is an outstanding architectural piece designed by the Berlin based J.Mayer H. Architects. They are known for their contemporary urban designs that push boundaries, this piece is no exception and the outcome is simply breathtaking. According to them they aim to work “at the intersection of architecture, communications and new technology.”
Metropol Parasol, Seville by Jürgen Mayer H â?? review | Art and design | The Observer
Seville's flashy new showcase Metropol Parasol is held together by extra-strong glue â?? but not enough to make its many parts connect, writes Rowan Moore
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04 May 2012 to 23:45
Over a third of the city is made up of waterways and another third parks and woodlands. Stockholm has been voted one of the worlds greenest and most liveable...
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aliments les plus dangereux au monde
15 April 2012 to 17:20
casu marzu : Le centième singe
le monde perpendiculaire de Geoff
15 April 2012 to 17:39 - Christian
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