Sunday, September 29, 2013

L’Abeille Gourmande..passez commande!...


La Roche l’Abeille Dimanche 6 Octobre 2013
L’Abeille Gourmande
fait ses récoltes d’Automne, valorise les produits
et savoir-faire locaux
􏰀 Marché de producteurs (légumes, fruits, viandes, fromages...) 􏰀 Artisanat ( émail, bois, poterie...) 􏰀 Exposition fruits et légumes anciens, champignons, châtaignes ... 􏰀 Conférences : biodynamie, champignons, chanvre,...
􏰀 Concours photos des enfants de l’école primaire de la commune, 􏰀 Animations diverses
Buffet – Buvette
Salle polyvalente, à partir de 10 H
Organisateur : Terre et Avenir Ne pas jeter sur la voie publique
LA ROCHE L ABEILLE infos: 
http://cities.reseaudescommunes.fr/cities/312/documents/1xal6trw3bvzb2x.pdf

et notamment..
LA FERME DE LAUGERAUD
Conserves traditionnelles, foie gras et confits, produits régionaux, volailles de ferme....
Sylvie et Christophe COUFFYLaugeraud 87800 La Roche-l'Abeille05 55 00 76 05
Ouverture :
Visites de la salle de gavage et de la conserverie sur rendez-vous.
Vente à la ferme tous les jours de 10h à 12h30 et de 15h à 19h. 
Le samedi de 10h30 à 12h et à partir de 15h. Le dimanche sur RDV. 
Marché de Nexon, places des Carmes et Marceau à Limoges.

Friday, September 27, 2013

STARTING tonight....





DUMBO Arts Festival 2013

A THREE DAY CELEBRATION OF ART, MUSIC & PERFORMANCE

SEPTEMBER
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29


INFO 
http://dumboartsfestival.com/

At the Bruce Museum...good to know,..




Blue Star Museum

The Bruce Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum program, offering free admission to all active-duty U.S. military personnel and their families with identification year-round. For more information click here.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Art history ..[404 East 14th Street] exhibit held @ tibor de Nagy in August 2013

http://www.tibordenagy.com/exhibitions/404-e-14th/

[404 East 14th Street] was a very important place in my life, it was probably the main studio for my work in New York. It was probably the best studio I had in the 60's and the one where I did the most work. It affected the work and it also affected the thinking, I became interested in making large-scale objects in the form of buildings and so on.
— Claes Oldenburg


The gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of works by sixteen artists who have at one time lived, or had studios, at 404 East 14th Street in New York’s East Village. Beginning in the 1960s, it was among the first in New York to become an artist building, and remains so today. Although stylistically distinct, the artists who have lived or worked there over the years are nevertheless bound together in their shared experience of this uniquely vibrant, artistic scene. 

The exhibition will comprise paintings, sculpture, and photographs by the various artists, in addition to films, correspondence, poetry and ephemera relating to the history of the building and its inhabitants. To coincide with his current Museum of Modern Art exhibition, Claes Oldenburg will be represented by working maquettes from his collection. A selection of poet Allen Ginsberg’s last photographs, taken when he lived in the building, will be included, as well as a 1966 foam floor sculpture by John Chamberlain. Rarely-exhibited works by Larry Rivers that were created at his 14th Street studio will be on view, such as a portrait of cult writer Jim Carroll, along with a large scale work from his Bad Witch series. 

404 East 14th Street (also known as 405 East 13th Street because it stretches the width of the block between 13th and 14th Streets), is an industrial building unique for its sheer size. Surrounded by tenement buildings that are much more typical of the neighborhood, the structure was built in the early 20th century and originally housed a button factory before giving way to a warehouse for the locally-owned Bloom & Krup hardware store. 

The mid-1960s saw the arrival of the first tenants, among them artists Larry Rivers, Claes and Patty Oldenburg, Yayoi Kusama, On Kawara, John Chamberlain, and Herb Aach. Attracted by the enormous lofts, many of them converted the raw spaces into apartments as well as studios. The scale of the spaces proved an energizing force that inspired some to experiment with larger works than they had previously had the ability to make. Rivers, who owned the building for many years, later remembered, “We divided the two-hundred-foot-long space almost equally between living and work. ....I never would have been able to think of a fourteen- by thirty-five-foot work (The Russian Revolution, 1965) if I didn’t have a hundred-foot studio with sixteen-foot ceilings.”

Throughout the following decades a loosely-knit, dynamic community of artists, poets, and filmmakers formed with the building as its epicenter. Although their interactions tended to be more social than creative, a notable exception came in the form of artist Jean Dupuy, a resident who harnessed the collective creative spirit for a series of collaborative exhibitions from 1973 to 1975. Taking place within the building, the exhibitions joined together painting, sculpture, and performance by fellow residents as well as other notable artists of the period. 

Over the years, casual run-ins in the elevator and hallway at times led to unlikely encounters among art world luminaries. Current resident Whitfield Lovell remembers fondly that Ginsberg, who lived there in the 1990s, often delivered his mail to him. Yayoi Kusama, a tenant during the 1960s, reminisced:

Joseph [Cornell] wore the shabbiest of clothes. He always looked like a tramp shambling down the street with holes in his shoes and a crumpled paper bag under his arm […] I had moved to a studio in a nameless apartment building at 404 East 14th Street. Claes Oldenburg now lived above me, and Larry Rivers above him. One night as Joseph was leaving I accompanied him down to the foyer, and there crossed paths with Larry, who was just returning with a bevy of fashion models. The models, apparently thinking a hobo was in their midst, squealed and skittered out of Joseph’s way. Later, Larry asked me about the “homeless guy” and was astonished to learn his true identity. 

The exhibition is organized by gallery artist Tom Burckhardt, who currently lives and works in the building along with wife and fellow gallery artist Kathy Butterly. A catalogue will be available and will feature transcriptions of interviews conducted by Burckhardt with many of the artists, poets, and filmmakers who have resided at the building from the 1960s through present day.
 



Tuesday, September 24, 2013

ON VIEW @ GREY ART GALLERY New York Unversity


RECENT REVIEW in the NYTIMES

RADICAL PRESENCE: BLACK PERFORMANCE IN CONTEMPORARY ART September 10–December 7, 2013
Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art chronicles the emergence and development of African American performance practices in contemporary art. Surveying the scene from the 1960s to the present day, this major exhibition examines the rich and complex history of black performance in the United States. The show features work of artists such as Benjamin Patterson (b. 1934), David Hammons (b. 1943), Senga Nengudi (b. 1943), and Coco Fusco (b.1960), who have contributed significantly to a radical shift
in social thought and artistic practice. Radical Presence also includes work by younger artists such as Kalup Linzy (b. 1977) and Adam Pendleton (b. 1984), thus demonstrating the trajectory of groundbreaking performances by three generations. A series of performances by participating artists accompanies the exhibition, which is presented in two parts: Part I, September 10–December 7, 2013, at the Grey Art Gallery, NYU; Part II, November 14, 2013–March 9, 2014, at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Radical Presence is organized by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue.
MODERN IRANIAN ART: SELECTIONS FROM THE ABBY WEED GREY COLLECTION AT NYU September 10–December 7, 2013
Eleven years after the 2002 show Between Word and Image: Modern Iranian Visual Culture, a landmark exhibition featuring selections from NYU’s renowned Abby Weed Grey Collection, the Grey Art Gallery is presenting some twenty-five key works of Iranian modernism. Featuring paintings, sculpture, prints, and jewelry made in the 1960s and ’70s, the exhibition highlights the creativity of artists who drew on their Persian heritage to redefine Iran’s visual identity at a time of increasing international exposure during the two decades preceding the 1979 Revolution. The Iranian works housed at the Grey—part of the Abby Weed Grey Collection of Modern Asian and Middle Eastern Art—comprise the largest public holding of Iranian modern art outside of Iran. The exhibition is accompanied by an e-book and complements Iran Modern, a comprehensive survey on view concurrently at Asia Society.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Message about " el Papa Francisco recibió del vicegobernador de la Provincia de Buenos Aires Gabriel Mariotto, un cuadro del artista Horacio Sanchez Fantino,...:


 Estoy muy orgullosa de informarles que en el día de la fecha
 el Papa Francisco recibió del vicegobernador de la
 Provincia de Buenos Aires Gabriel Mariotto, 
un cuadro del artista Horacio Sanchez Fantino
representando la villa 21.

Justamente esta semana, 18 de septiembre 2013, 
inauguramos la muestra “Mapas de Latas” de 
Sanchez Fantino en la Galería Isabel Anchorena,
Libertad 1389, Recoleta. La muestra permanecerá 
abierta hasta el 28 de octubre.

Como material de trabajo Sánchez Fantino 
utiliza latas de bebidas recicladas, ensambladas 
que, en lo posible, han sido desechadas de las mismas
 zonas reinterpretadas o se relacionan de alguna manera con el lugar.

Con aquello que al no poder ser consumido fuera arrojado
 como desperdicio, el autor arma techos, casas, galpones,
 canchas de fútbol, paisajes de Rosario, Ezeiza, Costanera
 Sur, Palermo, lagos en el Sur, Nordelta, etc. Esto es arte 
conceptual, sin manchas, sin expresiones salvajes, para dar 
cuenta con igual intensidad de la turbulencia de todo paisaje.
Muchas gracias,

Friday, September 20, 2013

MARSEILLE FRANCE: A message from Emmanuelle Saint Denis: MOUVART#4


Bonjour!

J'ai le plaisir de vous inviter à MOUVART#4 - Vendredi 4 Octobre 2013 > 19h30 - Une mise en scène d`art contemporain à ciel ouvert avec projections monumentales //installation de lumières// performances .... en plein coeur de Marseille - Entrée Gratuite

- Programmation sur www.mouvart.fr

Depuis 2007, MOUVART n'a de cesse de faire bouger l'art dans l'espace urbain, au plus près du public …. tel un agitateur des consciences …

Nous sommes des passeurs et nous comptons sur votre relais pour que ce rendez vous soit un Vrai Rendez Vous …

Avec toute ma sympathie,

Emmanuelle Saint-Denis
 
 

Wednesday, September 18, 2013






















































Re-awaken your spirit at this beautiful Hudson Valley event. Crafts at Lyndhurst has been held semi-annually for 29 years and it is among the best-known, best-attended outdoor craft festivals in the nation. Set on the grounds of the grand and historic Lyndhurst, come discover the unique designs and creative artistry of over 275 leading artists and crafts people as they exhibit, sell and talk about their work amidst the unique beauty of the Hudson Valley. Collectors, art enthusiasts and discerning shoppers will enjoy the rare opportunity to meet these visionary artists and purchase their latest work. Lyndhurst is just 20 miles north of Manhattan and is easily accessible by car or train. Proceeds benefit the National Trust for Historic Preservation.



The show includes one-of-a-kind and limited edition jewelry, fashion and accessories, furniture and home decor pieces, as well as functional and sculptural work in ceramics, glass, metal painting, photography, wood and mixed media. Despite its name, the fair offers more than just crafts. Visitors can also eat in our expanded food court, purchase specialty foods and participate in children's activities throughout the weekend. 

NEW IN 2013:
Live music all weekend by Tribes Hill!
Schedule 
        Friday, September 20 from 10am to 5pm
        Saturday, September 21 from 10 am to 6 pm
        Sunday, September 22 from 10 am to 5 pm
        Rain or Shine
Admission Fees
       
Admission is $10
       Seniors are $9
       Children 6-16 are $4
       Children under 6 are free
       All weekend passes are an additional $3
       No Dogs
       Cash and checks only accepted for admission
      
Parking
       Free onsite parking as well as convenient off-site parking with free        shuttle buses directly to ticket booth. 
MORE http://lyndhurst.org/upcoming-events/

Monday, September 16, 2013

Les Francophonies en Limousin


Plus de 100 représentations de théâtre d’artistes francophones - musiciens, danseurs et acteurs français, belges, africains, québecois... - sont présentées au public dans une trentaine de villes en Limousin. C'est l’occasion de rencontrer des artistes comédiens, musiciens et écrivains venus du monde entiers, dont les spectacles de danse et de théâtre repoussent nos frontières et nous montrent la réalité tout à la fois avec lucidité et originalité.
Quand : du 25 September au 5 October 2013
Site internet : Les Francophonies en Limousin 
Fiche destination : Limousin 


30 ans : vivre, survivre, inventer, se ré-inventer…
Jamais nous n’avons été aussi informés, jamais nous n’avons été aussi conscients du monde qui nous entoure… Nous disposons de tous les moyens pour connaître des évènements survenus loin de nous ; nous participons, si nous le souhaitons, à toutes sortes d’échanges avec des semi-inconnus qui se déclarent nos « amis »… Que peuvent bien nous apporter les artistes, au milieu de cet écheveau de liens, de ce puzzle d’images ? A-t-on encore besoin de ce vieil art du théâtre, qui nous convoque dans un face-à-face, à heure convenue alors que, nos petits outils à la main, nous tentons sans cesse d’échapper à l’obligation d’être quelque part. Nous voulons être partout… et le théâtre nous appelle à un rendez-vous : celui de l’ici et du maintenant.
Etrange survivance que notre plaisir, malgré tout, à écouter d’autres humains en proie aux mêmes questions que les nôtres : dessinées dans l’espace de la scène, ces questions prennent un autre sens, indiquent d’autres directions…
À Limoges, cela fait trente ans que le public a rendez-vous avec de petits morceaux d’humanité, proche ou lointaine, pépites tourbillonnées dans le vent de la langue française. Les artistes invités ont roulé leur bosse dans des réalités bousculantes : le festival est leur endroit de rencontre, de partage. 
Pour cet anniversaire, le festival des Francophonies se tourne vers l’avenir et fait le pari de la jeunesse. Il s’est donné aussi le projet de faire la part belle à l’écriture, aux auteurs, à la création littéraire : l’histoire du festival doit tout aux écrivains et cette édition est une sorte de retour aux sources.
Nous serons attentifs à ce qui se passe en Haïti, deux ans après le séisme, mais nous préférons dire « deux siècles après l’indépendance » : quelle histoire, quelle société a continué de se tramer à travers le temps ? Quel rôle jouent les artistes dans l’édification au quotidien d’un art de la résistance ? Nous suivrons ce fil rouge à travers le Focus Haïti.
Partager le temps, l’expérience, la passion du théâtre : telle est la belle mission que s’est donnée le Théâtre du Soleil et qui constitue un maillon essentiel de la francophonie des artistes. Nous les retrouvons pour une nouvelle étape, au Cambodge cette fois-ci.
La danse ouvrira le bal avec Heddy Maalem, bientôt rejoint par Radhouane El Meddeb : deux hommes qui travaillent l’écriture du corps et son graphisme dans l’espace, à l’affût de l’Étranger, de l’Autre qui circule dans nos veines.
Côte à côte, on le lira dans ces pages, se tiennent des noms qui ont fait la littérature de langue française, qu’elle soit théâtrale, romanesque, poétique, et ceux de jeunes voix qui se lancent sur les scènes : le festival est une sorte de construction éphémère, élaborée par la langue, et donc fragile et fugace, mais qui propose un monde aussi réel, aussi puissant que celui de nos rêves. 
Véritable opportunité de rencontres singulières, le festival invite le public à ce rendez-vous annuel : pour les Fancophonies, enragez-vous ! 
Marie-Agnès Sevestre

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Noticias " Horacio Sanchez " de BUENOS AIRES

Van fotos del mural y un video extracto del discurso de Cristina Kirchner ayer en la inauguración de la nueva sede de la Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación en la villa 21 de Barracas. Un gran proyecto


Saturday, September 14, 2013

A day at the International Festival Of Fashion And Photography in Hyères. Let's follow 12-hrs-in-hyeres and check out other destinations

http://12hrs.net/guides/12-hrs-in-hyeres/




ABOUT12 hrs
We love to travel. We also love design, and music, and fashion. And we were missing a website full of travel tips for people like us. Somewhere between the backpackers and the luxury hotels. With tips that aren’t about money, but about great discoveries from all around the world. So we built 12hrs.

To keep it simple, we organized them in itineraries. 12 hours per trip. Sweet and short. With the best to see, do, eat, dance we could fit in one short stay. We ignored a lot of the usual recommendations, because we trust you that you will find the obvious tourist highlights yourself. You can follow our schedule, or you can just pick a few selected tips and ignore the rest. We won’t judge you. Let’s go on a trip together!

ANNA PEUCKERTWords
Anna Peuckert is a freelance writer from Cologne, Germany. Her articles are about fashion, lifestyle, and travel. On her many trips covering fashion weeks, events, and destinations, she met new friends, discovered little shops that made her heart beat faster, and tasted countless new foods. 12hrs is her own digital travel best-of list
SØREN JEPSENPictures
Søren Jepsen is a photographer and street style blogger from Copenhagen, Denmark. He’s been on the streets hunting for cool people to photograph for more than six years now, always traveling to find inspiring places everywhere. 12hrs is his way to answer all the emails he gets every week, asking him for travel tips.

Friday, September 13, 2013

En France.. ce week end ..SPECIAL JOURNEES DU PATRIMOINE..par exemple a LIMOGES>>>


Pendant les journées du patrimoine, Limoges organise 3 journées festives autour de l'alliance de la gastronomie limousine et de la porcelaine de Limoges. Au menu des festivités : expositions, démonstrations de cuisine en direct, dégustations de produits locaux, et mise en valeur de pièces de porcelaine. En effet, des duos cuisinier/porcelainier révèlent la complémentarité entre le contenant et le contenu pour sublimer les produits gastronomiques du Limousin.
L'événement est bien sûr concocté en collaboration avec les acteurs locaux de la gastronomie et des arts de la table.
Rendez-vous sur la place de la Motte.
Signalons la participation en 2013 de Cyrille Zen, finaliste de Top Chef 2012 et une étoile au guide Michelin.
Quand : du 13 au 15 September 2013
http://www.ville-limoges.fr/index.php/en/component/content/article/1776?layout=actualites

Now in Argentina but next in New York; Sanchez Fantino @ Artlab78


save the date .Paris Sept 21 22

Une annonce de mac2000/macparis

Thursday, September 12, 2013

12e biennale de Lyon

La Biennale c'est parti !
Découvrez l'expo internationale en images
La Biennale ouvre ses portes aujourd’hui ! Les 5 lieux de la Biennale vous accueillent jusqu’au 5 janvier 2014. 77 artistes venus du monde entier nous racontent leurs histoires, leurs fictions, leurs récits… Petit tour d’horizon en images. 
 


http://www.biennaledelyon.com/fr/edition-2013/expo-internationale/artistes.htmlmore infos" … http://www.biennaledelyon.com/fr/edition-2013/expo-internationale/artistes.html

Message from Rosalie Calabrese Poetry Readings in NY Sept./Oct. 2013


Sunday, September 22, 2013
2:00 - 4:00 PM
Arts & Crafts Festival, Day 2

West Side Community Garden
Enter at 89th or 90th St.
mid-block Columbus/Amsterdam Ave.

[I have asked to read after 3:00 PM]
No Open-Mic 

Subways: 
1, 2, 3 or C to 86th St.
Buses: M 7, 11 to 89th St.
also M 10 or 104
********************************
Tuesday, October 15, 2013  7:30 PM
Brownstone Poets 
Café Dada
57 Seventh Avenue (corner of Lincoln Place)
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11217
$4 donation + food/drink  
Open-Mic (Sign up at 7:15 PM)
Subways:
2 or 3 to Grand Army Plaza
B or Q to Seventh Avenue
F or G to Seventh Avenue (9th Street)
R to Union Street, plus a bit of a walk.
http://www.hopstop.com/

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Insolite way of seeing New YORK...One way ride is 4$...


Monday, September 9, 2013

Brooklyn Book Fest '13


SAVE THE DATE:
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2013
10am-6pm


Brooklyn Borough Hall and Plaza

209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn NY 11201

BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL BOOKEND EVENTS
SEPTEMBER 16-22, 2013

http://www.brooklynbookfestival.org/BBF/Home

BOOKS / EVENTS / BROOKLYN BOOK FEST 13

Brooklyn Book Fest '13

When
Sept 22, 2013
Where
Brooklyn Borough Hall & Plaza
209 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn NY 11201
Brooklyn Book Fest last year
French authors Jean-Marie Blas de Roblès, Zeina Abirachedand David Prudhomme join an impressive international roster of literary stars at the Brooklyn Book Festival this September. These three authors represent some of the most exciting and innovative literature coming out of France, in both prose and graphic fiction.
Blas de Roblès's epic novel Where Tigers are at Home has made a critical splash in the United States since it was published in translation by Mike Mitchell in March 2013 (Other Press). A Game for Swallows: To Die, to Leave, to Return,Zeina Abirached’s graphic novel account of her childhood in Lebanon in the 1980s, is a Batchelder Honor Book and recipient of a French Voices Grant. Comic book author David Prudhomme’s graphic novel Rebetiko, named the “best graphic novel of 2010” by Lire magazine, is available in English from Self Made Hero.