Monthly Archives: September 2016

DISCOVER THE MULTIMEDIA P.O.R.O.S MUSEUM AND TRAVEL …

Download PDF September 28, 2016 Condeixa-a-Nova (rushPRnews) 09/28/16 — INTERNATIONAL SURREALISM NOW 2016 An art movement, dedicated to expressing the imagination as revealed in dreams, free of the conscious control of reason and convention  by Jackie Jones President at Christian … Continue reading

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Have patience! ICICI Pru Life cannot be multibagger, but still a strong buy

NEW DELHI: Much to everybody’s surprise, shares of ICICI Prudential Life Insurance got listed on the bourses at a discount on Thursday, but industry experts have urged retail investors not to jump the jump and stay invested as the long-term … Continue reading

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Datebook: Art inspired by Octavia Butler, photos that get gender-ambiguous, revisiting a Bay Area group

Betye Saar, “Black White,” at Roberts Tilton. The grand dame of L.A. assemblage art (who is about to open a one-woman show at the Prada Foundation in Milan) is showing four decades’ worth of sculptures and wall pieces in the … Continue reading

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Pardoning expressionism

“MAGNIFICENT”; “stunning”; “his single greatest painting”. Such are the superlatives that greeted “Blue Poles” by Jackson Pollock, one of America’s finest post-war artists, upon its arrival at London’s Royal Academy this month. The painting, on loan from the National Gallery … Continue reading

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A Maverick Master, Revisited

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J.J. Abrams promises movies for ‘Portal’ and ‘Half-Life’ are still happening

J.J. Abrams Collider J.J. Abrams says movie adaptations of both “Half-Life” and “Portal,” two of the most acclaimed video game franchises of all time, are still “very much in development,” despite total silence on both projects since their initial announcement … Continue reading

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Parrtjima festival: high-tech outback showcase or Aboriginal …

In the Arrernte language, Parrtjima translates as “lighting up”. There is the physical lighting up of an object, but also the lighting up of understanding. Now a new light festival, launched last weekend, hopes to illuminate both an expanse of … Continue reading

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Impressionism: Writing with joy

I suppose I do most of my best thinking and communicating through the written word. I don’t talk much, except under very special circumstances. But I write, write, and write until I’m numb and frenzied at the end of the … Continue reading

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Majestic, exhilarating and overpowering: Royal Academy’s Abstract Expressionism reviewed

‘At last,’ wrote Patrick Heron, a British painter, in 1956, ‘we can see for ourselves what it is to stand in a very large room hung with very large canvases by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Clyfford Still, … Continue reading

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In Conversation with Murtaja Baseer

Photo Courtesy: Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy Invincible. That is the word that came to my mind when I met Murtaza Baseer in his house.  When I looked for him amongst the piles of books and heaps of canvases, I found the … Continue reading

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