See L.A. and finally find the heat …
Mai24

See L.A. and finally find the heat …

I‘ve always been very attracted by the City of Angels. LA and its unforgiving world.  LA, symbol of the orgiastic excesses of show business and mirror illusions for starlets egocentric. Los Angeles alone concentrates these two facets. Tails : glittery version of the American dream; side face : railroads into a freeway version for a descent into cocaine hell. And LA is also synonymous with a big melting pot with strong  Hispanic...

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Inside Brain Artist – Cornelia KOMILI #2
Mai11

Inside Brain Artist – Cornelia KOMILI #2

Following our interview with Cornelia Komili, painter. We continue to address the personal journey of Cornelia, a relevant way to understand the mechanics of creation and ask her what she thinks of the place of the artist in the  XXIst century society. In short, questions that I find too often absent from blogs dealing with contemporary art, behind the scenes somehow … Cornelia, how do you see the role of the artist in society...

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Inside Brain Artist – Cornelia KOMILI #1
Mai10

Inside Brain Artist – Cornelia KOMILI #1

Here I am, at the foot of the wall … Advancing in writing this blog, I had more desire for meeting directly the artists. Because, after all, they are the subject – their production – of this blog. Not artistic encounters centered around an exhibition, an opening or conference. No. But some real physical meetings based on an exchange between the blogger and the creative person. Exchange to understand (the) motivation...

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Retro Blues #2
Mar22

Retro Blues #2

I‘ve never paid attention before to the fascinating geometric compositions that adorn the various racing circuits. Is that professional drivers regularly driving around 200 km/h, take the time to admire these geometric compositions? I highly doubt of it! ↓ These markings, technical elements of a circuit car racing or motorcycle, an artist, Jean-Baptiste Sauvage, used these graphics springs and emotional impact on us restoring...

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Retro Blues #1
Mar21

Retro Blues #1

Blue pursues me.  In life it does not spare me,  immediately attracting the sympathy and envy of my iris. So much that I was recently considering the challenge of daily dress in blue. It may be so, dear reader of this blog, that this attraction to the Blue Riviera leads me to consider contemporary artworks in another aspect. Michel Pastoureau, a  French medievalist historian, specialist of  color symbolism  says : «The colors are not...

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Words of Design : Minimal & Prototype
Mar20

Words of Design : Minimal & Prototype

Well, open your hatches, we are Sunday and it’s time to explore other definitions of design, to allow you to shine in society! Today, focus around the terms Minimal and Prototype. ↓ Oui les gars, on va vous prouver aujourd’hui que «Less is More» !!! Minimal : «The search for the minimum of some of the sketch , the balance,  » just as  » is a true Holy Grail for a family of contemporary designers,...

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