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PHOTOGRAPHICALLY, BETWEEN TRAVEL DIARIES AND PHOTOGRAPHY – Lise Sarfati, a photographic perception on the border between reality and fiction

An attentive woman, between feminine identity and geography Blending reality and fiction, her deceptively simple photographs contain an air of mystery that she captures using her camera to capture the intricacies of time and place. Her photographs, simple on first viewing, have a quality that come merging of portraiture and snapshot. She is currently represent by Rose Gallery in Los …

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A MODERN AND GLOBAL APPROACH TO THE FASHION INDUSTRY – Jeanne Lanvin, a maternal love fertilized by designing clothes

Luxury dresses for women In 1927, it was precisely for the birthday present of her beloved daughter that she launched the Arpège perfume. After a hundred years, her taste is still present on the world market with Eau de Parfum for Women https://www.notino.co.uk/lanvin/jeanne-lanvin-eau-de-parfum-for-women/. In 1994, the Lanvin brand was take over by the cosmetics company L’Oréal. Then a Taiwanese finance …

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NOTHING IS REAL, EXCEPT DREAMS AND LOVE – Anna de Noailles, the full beauty and the noble and peaceful splendor of light

The infinite heart of a woman named Anna Throughout her life, she had a troubled friendship with the novelist and essayist Maurice Barrès. Her father died at the age of ten, yet in Victor Hugo’s poems, she discovered a language to overcome that loss through artistic representation. Descending from families of Romanian boyars and daughter of a prince, she had …

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THE MADEMOISELLE OF THE FRENCH SONG – Françoise Hardy, the yéyé generation and the 45-rpm musical hits

Shy, style icon and narrator of the sufferings of love A private music school, the Petit Conservatoire, directed by Mireille Artyush, was chose by her parents as a suitable place for her to have professional musical knowledge. In her spare time, she devoted attention to psychology and astrology, publishing books and participating in radio broadcasts. Bob Dylan mentioned Françoise Hardy …

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AN INTROSPECTIVE AND PROPHETIC EYE PAINTER – Victor Brauner, between flattened perspectives and vivid colors

The eclectic use of images, between religion and mysticism His Prelude to a Civilization represents a gigantic white animal in profile on a blue and green ground, which preserves a series of stylized and strange representations inside. I am the dream. I am the inspiration. Through his work, he has depersonalized the human form, describing his anxieties to you. In …

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DARK TALES AND WATERCOLOR DRAWINGS – René Hausman, the Bard of the Ardennes

The artist skilled in creating atmospheres with surprising colors He influenced many Franco-Belgian cartoonists and was honorary citizen of the city of Durbuy. René Hausman https://www.2dgalleries.com/artist/rene-hausman-4638?timespan=4&order=1&catid=15&lang=en has lived all his life in the countryside enjoying himself sculpting and playing the bagpipes, yet, he gained notoriety in Belgium for his use of colors and the ability to introduce prodigious scenarios into …

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COMMITTED AND INDEPENDENT, DESPITE HER HUSBAND – Martine Franck, the photographer who found a captivating way not to be silent

Being one of the few women of Magnum Photos What struck her about photography was the desire to understand and understand each other, a relentless quest for life. She longed to be recognized for her work, yet throughout her career she often found herself uncomfortable growing professionally alongside her husband. In 1970, in London they planned to stage her first …

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THE NEOCLASSICAL HYBRIDS BY BRUNO PIETERS – Rebuilding the classics of fashion, transforming them into something new

When clothes tell themselves honestly His fashion brand emphasizes who, how and where a certain type of clothing is manufactured, sharing the effects of its production with the consumer. For his way of seeing things, the founder of Honest by (the first truly sustainable fashion brand), and fashion is a celebration of beauty. Faced with poor working conditions in countries …

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SURREALIST REVOLUTION – Irène Hamoir, the leading female exponent of the Belgian surrealist movement

When creativity breaks its shell In 1936, René Magritte painted a portrait of her, Beauty broke her strange casing, gave the fountains pink. Figure of the Belgian surrealist movement, in fact, after studying economics he began working as a secretary in a dyeing factory, later becoming involved in the Belgian socialist movement. She was born in Saint-Gilles from a family …

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YOU MUST LOVE YOURSELF TO THE DEPTH – Julos Beaucarne and the art of reforesting the soul through love, friendship and persuasion

Singer, ecologist, poet and humanist, to other galaxies Having settled in Tourinnes-la-Grosse for his whole life, in that place of peace he will express himself in a multitude of forms, juggling with words and love of neighbor. He loved to call himself an anarchist in the depths of his bones. He creatively proposed unexplored avenues of art. Poet, singer and …

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THE FANTASTIC IN ART – Paul Delvaux, a painter poised between the cleverly low and the fascinating

Twentieth century, Surrealism and disturbing landscapes The museum that bears his name, inaugurated in 1982, offers an overview of Paul Delvaux‘s painting productionhttps://www.delvauxmuseum.be/v2/index.php. Visiting it is a unique experience, because it offers you the opportunity to be immerse in the world of this 20th century Belgian surrealist painter. You will be able to observe not only some of his paintings, …

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THE VALUE OF SIMPLE THINGS, AMONG BITTER SKINS – Philippines, where in one way or another everything happens at the right time

Where art is discretion, does not need to be notice In the pictorial compositions of Juan Novicio Luna, you can immediately grasp the constant presence of theatrical poses, wind and blood. When, on the other hand, you are looking for a painter who has a style that amalgamates influences of Cubism, Surrealism and Expressionism, then, you cannot help but think …

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CARTOON ‘S FILIPINO WAVE – Fred Carrillo, among pioneers of Philippine Komiks illustration

Drawing pencils and inks, image size 10″ x 15″ During World War II, he began by designing propaganda material for a guerrilla movement. Born in Kalibo (Aklan, Philippines) in 1926, Fred Carrillo http://fredcarrillo.weebly.com/ studied fine arts and architecture at the University of Santo Tomas. After the war, he began his career as an artist working for DC Comics. With his …

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