#LuisMariano aurait eu 100 ans le 13 août prochain.
L’émission Le temps d’une chanson le salue .
THE FEELING SYSTEM.
Image and concept: Ricardo Luévanos.
Model: Paulina Barragán.
Typography and additional design: steve chow
We are networks. Human beings are connected by emotions that create a “feeling system”; This system integrates images and sounds that make us see the world: looking through a lens that captures realities, these realities in turn are assimilated through a complex process involving the heart – as a metaphor for the emotional – – and reason.
Cinema could be a representation of the “feeling system”; through this system we can see an immeasurable repertoire of ideas, feelings and emotions that allows us to recognize ourselves in other eyes and other voices. The “feeling system” moves us out of isolation and links us to others, those who are far from us, those who speak different languages.
The “feeling system” allows reflection and peace.
2013 Centennial Square Shows
Free or by Donation
Come to Centennial Square for 2 days of great food, community and craft booths, beer garden, dance and music performances in the atmosphere of a Latin Barrio (neighborhood) Suitable for all ages and all those who want entertainment with a tan.
Dance demos in Tango, Latin and Flamenco dance. Trio Garufa gives a talk on tango and a lesson on the chacerarra, an Argentinian Folk dance.
Saturday/Sunday 1:00-6:00 August 2nd and 3rd.
Color D’ Amor play a blend of original songs and a mix of world music arranged to milonga, the dance that is the mother of tango. The rhythms of early tangos (milongas) were derived from the habanera, a Cuban rhythm and are still danced today alongside tango. Color D’ Amor, from Nanaimo, is Lou Gradanti on guitar, accordion and keyboard and Andrea Georgiev on guitar and percussion; both add vocals and have a long music history of Latin, folk, world and rock music. They have played in Nanaimo, on Gabriola and Saltpspring Islands, for events and are a local favorite for tango dancing. This is their first appearance in Victoria.
My dearly departed brother Jerome Henry Hartnell loved Johnny Winter and died from an overdose not long after this video was made.
I have been thinking about and praying for both of them in recent days as the great bluesman recently died in an hotel in Suisse: that the Good Lord may have mercy on both of them.
I went down to hear and see Johnny at the Strath a few years ago, but it was clear to me after a only a few minutes that Johnny was completely stoned on something, and in no condition to play that night… I was horrified that night and continue to be outraged by the damage that heavy addiction can do to an artist of great stature, and I felt ripped off.
But I understand now that he got into recovery, that he likely had a number of relapses, and that explains his comeback such as it was, which is frankly remarkable, all things considered…
- Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell, Editor
Nom d’artiste: ‘Goyo de la Rosa’
Rockland Rosa Triplex
The oil painting marking the monarch’s 80th birthday, which saw her pose twice for the Australian-born artist and entertainer, took two months to complete. It was unveiled by her in the yellow drawing room of Buckingham Palace in 2006.
Showing the Queen in a relatively informal pose, smiling while wearing a turquoise dress and sitting in a chair, the artwork faced a slightly mixed critical reaction but nonetheless marked arguably the peak of Harris’s national status. While mainly known over his 60-year entertainment career as a TV star who sketched at lightning speed, Harris first came to the UK to study art and is known to cherish his reputation as a serious painter, specialising in portraits.
After its unveiling the picture was hung in the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace until 2007, until it was passed to the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, where it was on view until mid-2012.
But following Harris’s initial arrest later that year the painting’s whereabouts became unknown. The Walker gallery said at the time it had returned the picture to Buckingham Palace, but officials there stressed it was never part of the Royal Collection and was not with them.
The process of painting the picture was covered by BBC television, and there was a suggestion the corporation might possess the picture. But a BBC spokeswoman said she did not know its whereabouts. “We do not have it in our collection,” she said.
The seeming conclusion is that Harris has the painting. However, a spokesman for his PR firm, Bell Pottinger, said he was unable to find out any information on this.
ALEXANDRA FISCHER STUDIO
MOONALICE AT SLIM’S
ALL VERSIONS OF POSTER SOLD OUT
Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim’s poster by Alexandra Fischer
On April 24, 2014, in Posters, Silkscreen, by admin
MOONALICE, (David Nelson, Jason Crosby, Wavy Gravy & Big Steve Parish) at Slim’s 4/20/2014
by Alexandra Fischer
An edition of 125 posters was printed for the annual 420 show at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA on April 20th, 2014. Silkscreened in 4 colors, at Hangar 18 in Oakland, CA, with the gracious and expert help of Chuck Sperry. The poster is printed on thick metallic gold stock. The Poster dimension is 22″ x 34″(paper). This poster is #M676 in the Moonalice poster series and the edition is as always signed and numbered.
For this year’s Moonalice 420 Gathering Of The Tribe at Slim’s, I drew inspiration from the ancient tribe of Egypt. By printing only green over gold and silver, I kept the color pallet monochromatic, giving the image a more subtle impact.