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Girls just wanna have fun


Nicole Canet Galerie has a great expo right now celebrating nightime Paris with an emphasis on the gay bals in Belleville, Montmartre and Pigalle. This photo is from "Le Monocle" in Monparnasse, 1930.

Je suis tres fan de Adanowsky

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I am mad about Adanowsky.

He's playing at La Maroquinerie - promising "des invités …des surprises …de la sueur …. et de l’Amour …. !"

Sadly I'll have left town until early January and so won't make it. Please go for me if you are lucky enough to be able to make it. You can check out the sounds on his MySpace, his act is kind of hard to describe but it's original - songs/chansons in both French and Spanish. I'm in love with his whole aesthetic; see the great photography on his site.

From MySpace:
Adan Jodorwskys roots, as well as his surreal style, are based in the South American continent. Add this to a cosmopolitan education, and the result is a brilliant musician who is receptive to a wide range of influences. Surrounded by a range of talented artists such as Giovanni Mirabassi, Frank Vaillant, Laurent Griffon, Steve Arguelles, Jérôme Goldet, John Handelsman and Yarol Poupaud since 2003, Adanowsky has earned the reputation of being one of the craziest performers around. You could even say that he can now be compared to his heroes, men such as Wilson Pickett and Sammy Davis Jr.

What else could we expect from the son of the director of "El Topo" (1970), the great Chilean film maker Alexandro Jodorowsky, alive and well and reading Tarot in Paris (as well as practising as a therapist).

360° Music


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Anina provides César with a brand new Nokia N91 for the next 360° project based on music.

Paris Est galerie's vernissage

Many of the Eastern Paris galleries will be open Wednesday 13th December for their group vernissage

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16, rue de la Liberté - 75019 Paris
T : +33 1 46 36 18 85 M : +33 6 82 29 38 67
Contact

Le Plateau / Frac Ile-de-France
Place Hannah Arendt - 75019 Paris
Angle de la rue des Alouettes et de la rue Carducci
T : +33 1 53 19 84 10 F : +33 1 53 19 88 19
Ouvert du mercredi au vendredi de 14h à 19h
Samedi et dimanche de 12h à 20h
Contact

Cosmic Galerie
7-9, rue de l'Équerre - 75019 Paris
T : +33 1 42 71 72 73 F : +33 1 42 71 72 00
Ouvert du mercredi au samedi de 14h a 19h
Contact


La Générale
14, rue du Général Lasalle - 75019 Paris
Opening chaque vendredi de 18h à 21h
Samedi et dimanche de 15h à 19h


Galerie Jocelyn Wolff
78, rue Julien Lacroix - 75020 Paris
T : +33 1 42 03 05 65 F : +33 1 42 03 05 46
Ouvert du mercredi au samedi de 14h à 19h
Contact


La Vitrine de L'ENSA Paris-Cergy
24 rue Moret - 75011 Paris
Tél / fax : +33 1 43 38 49 65
Ouvert du mercredi au samedi de 14h à 18h
Contact

Galerie Italienne
75 rue de la Fontaine au Roi - 75011 Paris
Tél / fax : +33 1 49 29 07 74
Ouvert du lundi au vendredi de 11h à 19h
Et sur rendez-vous le samedi
Contact

"Are French women faceel?"


Terrence Gelenter and Diane Johnson field questions from the audience.

Brentanos' bookshop hosted Terrence Gelenter's first event in Paris since he touched down recently for the umpteenth time; only this is the first part of his masterplan to implant himself here permanently.

More on: "Are French women faceel?"

Paris Experimental Sound

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Some words from Cesar after the first Paris Experimental Sound concert in 25 rue Keller - super bien passé:

"salut ... a tous .. je suis tres content . pour le concert . un super experience . tres bon niveau de musiciens et expo . super interessant (merci Dr Floy) . j'espere on va faire des autres .. et .. avec beaucoup plus de musiciens Bravo a tous et merci pour votre participation . et regarde les photos"
Remerciements a: Nicolas Losson , Nicolas Drweski et Mathieu Conbetteng"

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Falling Angels at the Gibus this Wednesday

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Falling Angels (formerly Crutial Death) will be competing again at the Battle of the Bands live at the Gibus for the fourth round of competition against local band talent twice their age! Wednesday December 13th, Falling Angels will play at 8 pm so be early to get a whisky coke and get a good spot to stand. The club opens at 7pm and there should be an estimated 8 bands competing for the next round.

The youngest band to pass ever at the Gibus concerts, drummer Max Winter-Rousset hails from a family of a heavy metal music veterans, father Mike Winter, ex-bassist of Shakin' Street and current bassist for the newly formed Fun. Fun consists, among others, of the ex-drummer from Shakin' Street, Jean-Lou, the guitarist Nono from Trust.

More on: Falling Angels at the Gibus this Wednesday

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Richard Nahem's partner, painter and film maker, Vincent Gagliostro is currently showing his pictures and paintings at Galerie Nilsson & Chiglien, 117 rue Vielle du Temple in the North Marais.

Vincent moved to Paris one year ago after a lifetime in NY. In NY, he was a founding member of ACT UP and a member of the aritst collective GRAN FURY. Since moving to Paris he has been working on a number of short films.

Check Richard's site for more information on the show.

Le Barbizon is still alive......

This Wednesday, 13th December there is a projection supported by Le Barbizon, ex-community art centre, recently evicted, at the Theâtre de l'ADAC - LE PAVILLON des Ateliers, 11 place Nationale 75013 Paris, M° Nationale.

Brigade des Images présente «Brigades Internationales» Un Best of de la vidéo d'art et du film court.
(Best of video art and shorts)
Sélection réalisée par Laurent Quénéhen. Avec notamment des films de Sylvain Ciavaldini, Frédéric Pompéani, Anahita Bathaïe, Jung Chang-Young, Maike Freess, Eric Valette, Sandra Vanbremeersch, Alain K, Arnold Pasquier, Carine Doerflinger, G.Wen, Alice Mitterand, Céline Berger, Estelle Artus, Esther Planas, Bo-Hyung Seo.

Henri Cartier Bresson's scrapbook


Until December 23rd, the Fondation Henri Cartier Bresson will show one of its treasures, the Scrapbook, an exceptional selection of photographs printed by Cartier-Bresson in 1946 for the preparation of his show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1947.

What looks excellent is the accompanying event on Wednesday 6 December from 6.30 PM to 8 PM
Unpredictable glances. Photography lessons from a Scrapbook
With Michel Frizot

Michel Frizot is a photography historian, researcher at the CNRS (CRAL, EHESS, Paris). Amongst other publications, he is the author of A New History of Photography (1998) and of a scientific essay on Henri Cartier-Bresson's Scrapbook published by Steidl in 2006.

Email to reserve: contact@henricartierbresson.org

Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson - 2 impasse Lebouis 75014 PARIS +33 1 56 80 27 00



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