This exceptional Gala evening, staged by the duo André Saraiva and Alexandre de Betak, opens the Paris Opera Ballet’s new season 16/17 last Saturday, September 24th 2016. Under the leadership of Stephane Lissner, Director of the Paris Opera, and Aurelie Dupont, Director of Dance, introduced two contemporary works as well as the magnificent Defilé du Ballet at the Palais Garnier.

FEATURED ARTIST: Marguerite Humeau, FELICIE, A female engineered to be self destructive – it gets drunk with ethanol that comes from a masala fruit, 2016. Polystyrene, white paint, acrylic parts, latex, silicone, glass artificial masala fruit, ethanol, water pumps, water, nylon, powder-coated metal stand, sound. 82.3 x 332.1 x 209.5 cm. Detail, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Image Credit: Spassky Fischer. Courtesy the artist, C L E A R I N G New York/Brussels, DUVE Berlin.

A couple of months back I went to Rome to build my installation “CYBERSPAZIO TUBOLARE” and now is finally open to the public. Huge thanks to the team of @outdoorfestivalroma for making it possible. Go experience it if you’re in the the center of Roma 🇮🇹 #outdoorfestival2016 #cyberspaziotubolare #felipepantone #installation (en Outdoor Festival)

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Or Ymir is a Yeager ? Her titan looks like Zeke, Grisha and Eren. or not ?

I do agree the titan form of Zeke looks similar to Ymir’s and the Yeagers’. Besides the pointed ears, it appears the Beast Titan suddenly has sharp fingernails in the Returning to Shiganshina arc (chapter 74):

…And the eyes and teeth of the Beast Titan have become identical to those of Ymir’s titan:

I’ve a bad feeling that Ymir is probably dead, being devoured by the Beast Titan to take back the “stolen” titan power from her. Oh nope please no— 


I am very excited to announce the news that British artist Paul Coldwell will be visiting Stamps School of Art & Design this October-November as a  Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist. On Thursday, October 27, Paul Coldwell will present a lecture at Printmedia Studios titled “Objects & Journeys” and discuss the central role of printmaking within his overall practice as a fine artist.

Professor Paul Coldwell is an artist and researcher whose practice includes prints, book works, sculptures and installations. He has exhibited widely, his work held in numerous public collections, including Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), British Museum, Arts Council of England and the Musee d’art et d’histoire, Geneva and selected for many international Biennials including Cracow, Ljubljana, Split and Warsaw. Coldwell’s research is focused on a practice-based approach and located within fine art. Through printmaking, sculpture, installation and writing, he explores issues around absence and loss, with ideas crossing between media. A recurring question for Coldwell is how new technologies impact on previous processes, in particular within printmaking; and how digital technologies can inform and rejuvenate older technologies, such as etching and screenprint. This fits in to his broader commitment to printmaking, both as a practitioner but also through raising awareness of the value and quality of print over and beyond its role as a reproducible media.

The first London Design Biennale will open this September from 7-27, at Somerset House with over 30 countries and territories participating. One of the participants is Southern Guild gallery from South Africa.

The London Design Biennale will explore big questions and ideas about sustainability, migration, pollution, energy, cities, and social equality. You will see engaging and interactive installations, innovations, artworks and proposed design solutions – all in an immersive, inspiring and entertaining tour of the world.


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Margriet Smulders (b.1955, Netherlands) - Siren Ink / Siren Milk (2010)

“Endless garlands of flowers curled around the borders of my note pads when I was a school girl. And thousands of roses were cut out from my mother’s gardening books. At the Academy of Arts, flowers as large as life were painted on my canvasses. There were always flowers. They flourished in the self-portraits of the eighties and grew bigger in the flower wallpapers made in the nineties.” Margriet Smulders is a Dutch photographer of floral still lifes. She attended the Radboud University Nijmegen from 1974 to 1983 and the Academy of Arts in Arnhem from 1979 to 1985. Many thanks to arpeggia for introducing us Margriet Smulders on the first Monday of 2013 :)

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