singapore biennale 2011

April 24th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

The Singapore Biennale 2011

Featuring 60 artists from 30 countries, the third Singapore Biennale, titled ‘Open House’, will be open to the public from 13 March to 15 May 2011 Over half of the artists are creating new commissions or premiering new works Open House’ is presented across four exhibition singapore biennale 2011  each with their own particular character, that draw upon emblematic spaces in Singapore: Housing Development Board flats  Singapore Art Museum and 8Q  shopping centres and night markets  National Museum of Singapore  and international air and sea ports (Old Kallang Airport). Major art works at Marina Bay will amplify individual experience in the city singapore biennale 2011

Contemporary art often emerges out of a need to communicate across such thresholds of difference that may be experiential, psychological, or grounded in social and political hierarchies. As such, artists’ practices are not simply about something in the world, they are real attempts to exchange information, translate experiences and even trade places. Borders may be guarded with force, yet artists find ways to embed themselves within such systems of control, turning unspoken desires toward unexpected ends. Sometimes artists displace or exchange objects, materials and information from one context to another, revealing unexpected connections between culturally divergent situations. The labour of constructing or deconstructing common objects and materials highlight the creative potential in seemingly mundane situations, suggesting fresh ways of seeing the world.Singapore Biennale 2011

singapore biennale 2011

Singapore is a cosmopolitan city located at the heart of Southeast Asia. Bustling with spectacular festivals and world-class events, Singapore is a leading destination for both business and leisure travellers.The dynamic and multi-cultural city offers a rich blend of ethnic and historical heritage, appetising Asian cuisine and great shopping places. Singapore’s excellent infrastructure enables visitors to access all major attractions in a safe, clean and green environment.

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Interesting Facts About Mahatma Gandhi

April 8th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Andy Warhol

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Mahatma Gandhi, India’s Father of the Nation, led the country’s independence movement through ‘Satyagraha’, resistance to oppression through mass civil disobedience, and ‘ahimsa’, total non-violence. He has inspired movements for civil rights across the world.

Born on October 2, 1869, at Porbandar, Kathiawar in western Indian state of Gujarat, to Karamchand Gandhi and Putlibai, he was married at the age of 13 to 14-year old Kasturbai Makhanji. He had four sons.

Gandhi first employed non-violent civil disobedience in South Africa, in the resident Indian community’s struggle for civil rights. After his return to India in 1915, he set about organising peasants, farmers, and urban labourers in protesting excessive land-tax and discrimination by the British government.

In 1921, he assumed the leadership of the Indian National Congress and led nationwide campaigns for easing poverty, for expanding women’s rights, for building religious and ethnic amity, for ending untouchability, and above all for achieving the independence of India from foreign domination.

Gandhi led the Non-cooperation movement in 1922. To protest the British-imposed salt tax, he led the 400 km Dandi Salt March in 1930, and later in calling for the British to Quit India in 1942. He was imprisoned for many years, on numerous occasions, in both South Africa and India.

Gandhi, a practitioner of non-violence and truth, advocated that others follow the principles. He lived modestly and wore the traditional Indian dhoti and shawl, woven with yarn he had hand spun on a charkha. He ate simple vegetarian food, and also undertook long fasts as means of both self-purification and social protest.

Gandhi was also a prolific writer. For decades he edited several newspapers including Harijan in Gujarati, Hindi and English; Indian Opinion while in South Africa and, Young India, in English, and Navajivan, a Gujarati monthly. He also wrote a few books including his autobiography, An Autobiography or My Experiments with Truth.

On 30 January 1948, Gandhi was shot and killed on the grounds of the Birla Bhavan (Birla House) in New Delhi.

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Country Kitchen Themes and Colors

April 7th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Claude Monet

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Designing a charming and romantic Country Kitchen with a warm, inviting atmosphere entails more than just “setting the table” with some quality decorative accessories. Whether you have a tiny kitchen or a spacious one big enough for a big maple table, you can give the space a country flavor with the right color and themed accents.

Color is a key ingredient because it makes the first impression of a room on our senses, so setting the mood is your primary concern. If you can paint the walls, you may choose a very light yellow to give a sunny glow to the kitchen. A primitive design wallpaper or stencil border will further the country look. Combining yellow and a French blue, which is a blue-purple hue, is a traditional use of Country French colors. Add accessories such blue glass and amber glass, blue canister sets, potholders, oven mitts, dishtowels and blue and white check table linens and curtains. Use accents like blue tiles and framed sunflower prints or tin signs.

If your walls have to stay white and your appliances are also white, as in most apartments, you will have to rely on well-chosen splashes of color in your design accents to do the trick. You can start by finding a line of accessories featuring one bold color like red or bright blue or a theme such as roosters, berries, sunflowers or country store. Then add accents that complement the color or the theme.

Let’s say, for example, that you choose a line of accessories featuring red, like apples, cherries or strawberries. A set of bold red canisters and a red cookie jar will add panache to the countertop. Your kitchen table can sport a red check or red and white stripe tablecloth and red napkins. You could use a centerpiece of fresh flowers in a red glass bowl. For a party, complete the picture with red candlesticks in white ceramic candleholders. Also consider decorative red glass bottles for a windowsill and red chair cushions. Framed prints of red fruits and vegetables dress up neutral walls.

If you choose blue for your basic color scheme, this color, particularly when combined with accents of yellow, typifies old-world charm. European kitchens feature rich, strong blues in tiles, curtains and glass dishes. At Claude Monet‘s country estate in Giverny (about an hour north of Paris) the huge, black stove is backed by multi-patterned blue and white tiles, a striking as well as practical design statement. (See “Monet‘s Table by Claire Joyes.) In the adjacent dining room, a dining table has 12-14 yellow-painted chairs and is laid with blue and white dishes on a yellow tablecloth, set off by blue flowers in tiny vases by the place settings. Another set of Monet‘s everyday dishes was bright yellow edged in deep blue. Stunning!

You can use green as an accent in the form of lush, leafy potted plants. Plants serve several functions: they make your kitchen beautiful by bringing nature indoors, they give off oxygen and they’ll fit right in with your color scheme. If red is your main accent or theme, the green in plants will intensify this color because green is opposite red on the color wheel. They are “complementary” colors. Green is also the combination of two primary colors, yellow and blue, so it harmonizes with that color scheme also.

Match and complement your country kitchen’s featured colors when you choose your cooking/serving apron as well as potholders and oven mitts. You are the star of the room and you should dress the part!

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90′s Best Dance Hits

April 6th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

90′s Best Dance Hits 01:Magic Affair – Omen 02:Culture Beat – Go To Get It 03:In Colour – I Wanna Give It To You 04:X-pression – This Is Our Night 05:Darkness – In My Dreams 06:Eclipse – Let The Rhythm Move You 07:K da Kruz – Love is Lifting Me Higher 08:Sonic Surfers – Don’t You Give It Up 09:Orange Blue – If You Wanna Be 10:Megatronic – Power of Dancing 11:Africa Bambataa – Feel The Vibe

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“The Front” A Battlefield Bad Company 2 Music Video, Nine Inch Nails – Just Like You Imagined

April 5th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

When it comes to online FPS experiences at the front, DICE stands far ahead of everyone else. Note: A lot of people seemed to be confused as to how I obtained the freeze frame portions at the beginning and the end of the video. DICE had released a trailer for the PS3 beta back in November, and that’s where I got them. YouTube link: Gametrailers link (HD downloadable):

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Improv Everywhere – Subway Art Gallery Opening

April 3rd, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

More info: Like us on Facebook: 50 Improv Everywhere agents create and art gallery opening on a subway platform. Produced and Created by Charlie Todd Produced and Edited by Matt Adams Music by Erin Hall: This is one of over 100 different missions Improv Everywhere has executed over the past seven years in New York City. Others include Frozen Grand Central, the Food Court Musical, and the famous No Pants Subway Ride, to name a few. Visit the website to see tons of photos and video of all of our work, including behind the scenes information on how this video was made. http Be the first to find out about the next video we create by subscribing to our YouTube channel: Facebook Fan Page: Follow us on Twitter: Buy the new Improv Everywhere book:

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High Stakes Poker Episode 1

April 2nd, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Art History

High Stakes Poker is the premier cash game in the history of television. The world’s top amateur poker and professional poker players risk hundreds of thousands of their money this season. Tune-in to High Stakes Poker on GSN Saturday & Sundays 10/9c For More HSP go to

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Best Melodic Trance Songs

April 1st, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

My selection of melodic trance songs Check out this channel for some more great trance tunes (Spac3trance): Please check Best Melodic Trance Songs Part II ;) Listen in HQ: Tracklist: 1. Dutch Force – Deadline 2. System F – Out Of The Blue 3. Above & Beyond – Oceanic 4. Barthezz – Infected 5. Veracocha – Carte Blanche 6. Vincent de Moor – Fly Away 7. Barthezz – On The Move 8. Energy 52 – Café del Mar 9. Binary Finary 1999 (Paul van Dijk mix)

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Kitani Mohabbat Hai – Full Episode (EP # 4)

March 31st, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

After a tiresome wait of 5 hours in the scorching heat without a drop of water, they are called inside. Mittal tells DK Punj about Hari Prasad and that he is a very useful man for them. He is famous not just in Shimla but also in all neighboring cities. They have to get him on their side. DK makes an offer to Hari Prasad to sing in the function held at his place that night and he will pay him more than his 2 years salary. Hariprasad flatly refuses saying he shares his art but doesnt sell it. Everyone is stunned at his reply. DK tells Mittal they have to be very careful with this man because he has immense self-respect and isnt scared of anyone. But right now, they have to find his weakness to get him under control. Meanwhile, Salil lands up at Hariprasads place to meet his professor but Purvi, who is alone at home trying to mend a broken tap, assumes him to be the plumber. Salil is awestruck by her beauty and instantly falls in love with her. Antara, who has been waiting to go to the grand Punj-Mittal party that night, is disappointed when she comes to know that her father refused the proposal to sing at their party. Mallika senses this, instigates her further and invites her to go with her and Yash. She also gets a dress for Antara. Hariprasad wonders if he did the right thing by refusing the proposal. Arohi tells him that what he did was absolutely correct. Hariprasad tells Arohi that she is just like her mother. Salil cannot stop talking about Purvi, the girl he met

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The Making of Star Wars-Part 1/5

March 30th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Art History

The first Star Wars documentary done in 1978 told by C-3PO and R2-D2

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Authors@Google: George RR Martin

March 29th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

George RR Martin, the acclaimed author of the Game of Thrones novels — also a recent hit HBO series — came to Google for a live-streamed interview where he answered your questions submitted online. The interview, part of the Authors@Google series as well as Martin’s book tour promoting his latest novel A Dance with Dragons, took place on July 28th at 12pm PDT. Martin is a bestselling author most famous for his A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series of novels that has been adapted to the popular HBO drama Game of Thrones. Time magazine has dubbed him an “American Tolkien”. In his series, Martin creates a rich world populated by a large cast of intriguing characters and interwoven storylines. It should come as no surprise that in addition to technology, Googlers love things like dragons and fantasy worlds, and we also love meeting talented writers like Martin.

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