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  • holyolyk
    20.09.2020 - 7 monts ago

    CAM PANDEMIC ART

    The exhibition curated by Antonio Manfredi Opening: 30th October 2020 at 6pm From 30 October 2020 until 30 November 2020 CAM Museum, via Calore Casoria, Naples Italy. Info: campandemicart@gmail.com www.casoriacontemporaryartmuseum.com

    Here is the final list of 286 international artists who have participated in the virtual exhibition of the CAM Museum entitled "CAM PANDEMIC ART" and that will be exposed with their artworks in the CAM Museum at the exhibition from 30 October 2020 until 30 November 2020. An extraordinary participation of artists from all over the world who wanted to contribute with their artworks to tell about the quarantine for the Covid Pandemic. We thank all the artists for their participation and remember that as said before the opening of the exhibition will be 30th October 2020 at 6pm at CAM Museum. The artworks will be printed on A4 format, the videos will be showed on the monitors of the Museum. The participation is completely free. With patronage of the Region of Campania and Municipality of Casoria city.

    LISTA DEGLI ARTISTI/LIST OF THE ARTISTS Giorgio Scotti ITALY Davide Vargas ITALY Francesco Giraldi ITALY Joe Romano & Elle de Paola ITALY Ivan Piano ITALY Maria Filippo Della Paolera ITALY Lucilla Gioveni ITALY Nicola Bertoglio ITALY Eleonora Iacovelli ITALY ‎Veronika Lučeničová Gabcova‎ SLOVAKIA Corrado Volpicelli ITALY Licry Bicard EL SALVADOR Nataša Gregorič SLOVENIA David Vanorbeek FRANCE Eric Legrain BELGIUM Safet Spahiu NORTH MACEDONIA Antonio Raucci ITALY Darija Stipanić CROATIA Rooma Mehra INDIA Marco Bevilacqua ITALY Rocco Antonio Valente ITALY Ahmet Erman Karagöz NORTHERN CYPRUS Renato Romeo ITALY Vahida Hasanaga Nimanbegu MONTENEGRO Ilaria Feoli ITALY Giuseppe di Guida ITALY Osman Demiri NORTH MACEDONIA Vigan Demiri & Urata Halimi NORTH MACEDONIA Krunislav Stojanovski NORTH MACEDONIA Pippo Altomare ITALY Giuseppe Sannino ITALY Dali Alili NORTH MACEDONIA Maya Lopez Muro ITALY Mutaz Elemam SUDAN Jessica Colman-Kirin CALIFORNIA, USA Ibër Deari NORTH MACEDONIA Guido Gabriele ITALY Luca Antonelli ITALY Orhan Cebrailoğlu TURKEY Andy Irizarry Robles PORTO RICO Cristian Roberto BRAZIL Merima Dizdarevic SWEDEN Norbert Jäger GERMANY Rabab Nawar EGYPT Hany Elsayed Ahmed EGYPT Roberta Papponetti ITALY Svetlana Solo RUSSIA Giuseppe Martini ITALY Rocco Alonzi ITALY Ahmed Magdy EGYPT Muberra Bulbul TURKEY Nathalie Basoski USA Karim Kamoun TUNISIA Angela Caporaso ITALY Michele Mautone ITALY Hayk Stepanyan HUNGARY Hadeer Edris EGYPT Roberta Fanfarillo ITALY Dante Velloni BRAZIL Mohammed Guiga TUNISIA Ovidiu Petca ROMANIA Riccardo Marino ITALY Ettore Liberatore ITALY Gamal Abdel Nasser Ghonim‎ EGYPT ‎Lynda Belkhiria‎ TUNISIA Elio Alfano ITALY Malak Jnaini Rachida MOROCCO Gloria Zoitl AUSTRIA Huan Jiang CHINA Daniela Vecchione ITALY Gemma Delle Cave ITALY Fulvia Zeuli ITALY Ghadeer hafez SAUDI ARABIA Rhazal Fatima MOROCCO Salma Cherkaoui Deqaqi MOROCCO Amal Heni TUNISIA John Brown WALES, UK Paz Die Dean SPAIN Daniela Zottola ITALY Zhou Yangjun CHINA Kairos ITALY Marilena Furno ITALY Michele Caltagirone ITALY Greta Estévez CHILE Bernard Barnes UK Tommy Barr NORTHERN IRELAND Mohammed Ellabban EGYPT Rosaria Matarrese ITALIA Tina Ponticelli ITALY Gene Wisniewski USA Fernando Barredo SPAIN Joze Subic SLOVENIA Renato Contillo ITALY Guglielmo Longobardo ITALY Blagojche Naumoski Bane NORTH MACEDONIA Antonella Botticelli ITALY Maria Flavia Goncalves Fernandes BRAZIL Magda De Benedetto ITALY Sani Bajrami NORTH MACEDONIA Manuel Sáenz-Messía SPAIN Sara Pistilli ITALY Ugo Cordasco ITALY Marco Iannaccone/ Scarlet Lovejoy ITALY Kristel Pisani Massamormile ITALY Federicaluna Di Taranto ITALY Rita Fantini ITALY Joumana Abou Matar LEBANON Fatima Ibrahim Al Dahmach UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Liliane Rached Khoury LEBANON George Serhal LEBANON Salwa Ayoub KUWAIT Hadil El Riz LEBANON Mary Haddad LEBANON William Abdelnoor LEBANON Takako Iida JAPAN Fabio Landolfi ITALY Movalatex - Carmen Carmona SPAIN Maria Manna ITALY Cesare Mondrone ITALY Andrew Smith WALES Moira Forastiere ITALY Jorg Van Daele BELGIUM Manuela Mandic, CROATIA Gianfranco Duro ITALY Oleg Kharch Group:Oleg Kharch & Olga Shuvalova UKRAINE Ernesto Terlizzi ITALIA Adrian Lis ROMANIA Juliana Hoffmann BRAZIL Bernard A. Renno LEBANON Raouf Karray TUNISIA Lili Fisher ISRAEL Zila Friedman ISRAEL Vasily Solodovnikov RUSSIA Elena Razumkova RUSSIA Zeljko Jancic Zec CROATIA Gianni Rossi ITALY Armend Ademi NORTH MACEDONIA Marinela Asavoaie ROMANIA Hylde Salerno ITALY Nunzia Clemente ITALY Di Segni Maria Rosaria ITALY Rakel Stammer DENMARK Pina Della Rossa ITALY VIO.LA ITALY Pina Candileno ITALY Lamia Benchikh Brahim TUNISIA Mohamed Ali Belkadhi TUNISIA Christine Cézanne-Thauss AUSTRIA Vincenzo Melucci ITALY Driton Kastrati KOSOVO Muhamet Ahmeti Metis‎ KOSOVO Luciano Basagni ITALY Laura Cristinzio ITALY Alfonso Coppola ITALY Giosuè Marongiu ITALY Arbresha Hoxha KOSOVO Maria Manna ITALY Paolo Villani ITALY Mahmoud Chalbi TUNISIA Rosario Miaranda ITALY Luigi Caserta ITALY Fehmi Hoxha KOSOVO Mirit Ben Nun ISRAEL Jutta Brunsteiner AUSTRIA Andjela Micić SERBIA Ivana Vidić SERBIA Rita Sparano ITALY Bransha Gautier & Shatrudhan K Gupta AUSTRIA Giuseppe Serrapica ITALY Alessandra Contursi ITALY Leila Rokbani TUNISIA Cesare Inzerillo ITALY Giacky Chawki ITALY Raffaella Vitiello ITALY Rosanna Al-Khatib LEBANON Lena Peixer BRAZIL Francesco Contursi ITALY Anna Magri ITALY Refki Gollopeni KOSOVO Dirk Lambrechts BELGIUM Andrea Vieira Zanella BRAZIL Alessandro del Gaudio ITALY Eva Fellner AUSTRIA Raffaele Bova ITALY Yosra Lahmar FRANCE Dino Izzo ITALY Lulzime Osmani NORTH MACEDONIA Debora Di Lorenzo ITALY Marion Albrecht GERMANY Sergio Izzo ITALY Franco Contursi ITALY Gopal Mehan INDIA Chris Herdel CZECH REPUBLIC Valentina Guerriero ITALY Fatmire Pulaj KOSOVO Muge Bayraktar TURKEY Maria Luisa Brignola ITALY Antonella Giannone ITALY Rosa Fiorese ITALY Cesare Mondrone ITALY Felice De Falco ITALY Barbara Pensa ITALY Piotr Korzeniowski POLAND Gianni Molaro ITALY Agostino Saviano ITALY Georgette Yvette Ponté CROATIA Vera Pamplona BRAZIL Raffaele Casciello ITALY Laura Caparrelli ITALY Patrizia De Simone ITALY Federica Altieri ITALY Juan Giordano ARGENTINA Alfonso Caccavale ITALY Teodora Micić SERBIA Salvatore Fellino ITALY Maria Rossi ITALY Lourdes Carreras SPAIN Carla Viparelli ITALY Daniela Jáuregui MEXICO Adrie van de Nieuwenhof HOLLAND Rosa Maria de Lima Grizzo BRAZIL Oliver Ramos Gómez MEXICO Lizi Bakhtadze and Tornike Sanodze GEORGIA Stefania Sabatino ITALY Sandra Parra USA Rita Sparano ITALY Elisabeth Ochsenfeld GERMANY Daniela Placido ITALY Keti Basilashvili GEORGIA Michael Albrecht GERMANY Mariangela Calabrese ITALY Chaitanya Rukumpur INDIA Palash Paul INDIA Francesco Vignola ITALY Danilo Quintarelli ITALY Paola Adamo ITALY Gyuris Róbert HUNGARY Celesta Bufano ITALY Martyn Ravensdale ENGLAND Anamaria Avram GERMANY Martin L. Reiter GERMANY Helenita Peruzzo BRAZIL Salvatore Fellino ITALY Qing Yue CHINA/ITALY Ferdinand Goetz AUSTRIA Antonio Agresti ITALY Brigida Dell'Anno ITALY Gabriel Gariba BRAZIL Martin Voorbij NETHERLAND Ritwik Ray INDIA Marija Koneska NORTH MACEDONIA Domenico Salierno ITALY Chahla Soummer TUNISIA Giulia Baita ITALY Jade Chen CHINA Renato De Marco ITALY Giorgia Bisanti ITALY Daniela Jáuregui MEXICO Roberto Fabio Brucci ITALY Marisa Traettino ITALY Roberto Ferrante ITALY Luisa Fortuny ITALY Radomir Milic MONTENEGRO Raffaella Busdon ITALY Giuseppe Cozzolino ITALY Patrizia De Simone ITALY Salvatore Fellino ITALY Patrizia Bigarella ITALY Maurizio Esposito ITALY Alena Ostrovskaya RUSSIA Neli Todorova Selimska BULGARIA Rita Zolfini ITALY Syd Hammett ITALY Matteo De Vito ITALY Zlatko Krstevski NORTH MACEDONIA Nadia Zouari TUNISIA Peppe Esposito ITALY Lamia Ben Cheikh Brahim TUNISIA Emiliano Attardi ITALY Stano Cerny MEXICO/SLOVAKIA Anna Maria Saviano ITALY Sisto Micheli ITALY Piera Fidentea ITALY Luciano Della Volpe ITALY Luigi Antonio Manna ITALY Josephine Kaiser GERMANY

    #Oleg Kharch Group
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  • thedandylorian
    20.06.2020 - 10 monts ago

    Crescent of Blood

    Breathe. Inhale, hold. Squeeze. Exhale. Friedman told me. I was a child of six and the M1903 Springfield was heavy like bricks in my cradled arms. I thought I was helping by holding the dangerous weapon while Friedman and Armand helped get out the easel and paints for my grandfather. He can be trusted. Armand clipped in his French accent, smooth as the barrel of the .30-06. The sand crunching beneath their feet was jarring to my tender ears. Soon, Friedman is next to me, hands free, but he does not take the gun. Repeat to me the key to hitting your targets. The bright sun had been blocked by his grizzled head and all I could see was the silhouette of an old man’s hair blowing in the breeze. On the ride over he had told me about liberating the camps in Weimar. How the countryside whispered to the troops of dark places hidden within. The air smelled of char and was thick from an early morning mist. It appeared as though the mountains were poking out of a covering of flowing down feathers. Captain Keffer had ordered Friedman and a few others to take point and exterminate with extreme prejudice any German they saw. Later, in a tall tree overlooking Buchenwald, Friedman took aim and told himself to breathe. Inhale, hold. Squeeze. Exhale. His crosshairs had found a fair-haired, moon faced German soldier in the watch tower. He would have the privilege of being the first. The trigger had begun to be pulled tighter when from behind the guard two prisoners attacked. They bashed in the head of the guard and never fired a shot from the guns they had stolen. The German’s brains leaked in a steady scarlet/gray stream from the tower bannister where he had gazed his last sight of the world. Now here Friedman was with me, in the desert of my youth with that same Springfield he clutched through two wars in my fragile hands. Don’t hog the sight. He told me. I took a breath. Held it. Squeezed the trigger and the world exploded with the kick of the rifle. Great pain and muted deafness greeted me like old comrades. Friedman had me in his arms, hugging me tight and then pushing me into the sun as my vision ran red. Great, Bob, he’s fucking bleeding. I told you he was too small. Friedman held me high in the air and as my ears ringing began to descend, I heard him say, Nothing good comes without effort, effort doesn’t come without some blood. He pressed his handkerchief against the bruised and bloodied crescent on the side of my right eye. Next time, he said as he set me right with my weak feet under me and I grasped his leg like a drowning man clings to scrapes of broken ship, don’t hog the sight.

    #nonfiction grandather memories
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  • flamingo-queen-writes
    02.02.2020 - 1 year ago

    Tagged~

    Tag 9 (or however many, I guess) folks you'd like to get to know better.

    @cptnsambucky tagged me (thank you!!), so here goes nothing! (Gonna try for short answers this go around, haha!)

    Top 3 ships: (limited them to MCU this time)

    a. Barbershop Quartet b. Winterhawk c. All Caps

    I'm using abc and not 123, though, because I don't have an actual ranking in mind for them. I just really like these particular combinations of dynamics. I think my ideal MCU ship might actually be a combination of the above with Bucky as a sort of central point and no one being jealous of anything or anyone.

    Lipstick or Chapstick:

    Like the look of lipstick, but I am a chapstick girl. I have three chapsticks in my purse because I keep forgetting I have one in there already. And one by the bed for when my lips are chapped at night. And one at my desk at work, one at my desk at home, one in the bag that holds the work laptop I haul back and forth during the week, and one that lives in my toiletry bag in case I forget one while traveling. I buy chapstick in boxes, not by the tube. Because there is no such thing as too much chapstick, and you might find a new place you need have chapstick at the ready.

    (Also, what if you're in the mood for pomegranate and all you have on hand is coconut and peppermint? Those aren't the same thing at all. It's a totally different experience. You don't put peppermint on before bed--that's too invigorating. You need a nice plain chapstick for bedtime chapped lips, or maybe coconut. Save the pink lemonade for work because that's a zippy little kick, and keep the pomegranate and mango in your purse because there aren't many instances when you'd have your purse with you when those flavors aren't ideal, and put the peppermint on your desk at home because peppermint is a calm sort of invigorating, and that's good for getting shit done in a low-key long haul late into the night. And keep the abomination that is honey chapstick in the garbage where it belongs.)

    Last Song:

    The Mountain Goats, "Love Love Love"

    Actually, a very gentle song coming from this artist. Not gentle lyrics, despite the title (seriously, tw suicide if you head off to listen to the song), but a very quiet and mellow tune, and he's not actually shouting at any point in the song. So.

    Before this one, it was Golden Boy, which I absolutely love, and before that, it was Up the Wolves--another winner. There are a lot of winners from this artist.

    Last Movie:

    The Scarlet Pimpernel, the 1982 version.

    Classic, brilliant, the very best of films. I could not put a number on the times I've seen this thing, because I used to watch it at least once a week for whole summers growing up. Sometimes, you're having an absolutely, utterly shit day, you feel like it's just you and the massive, uncaring universe that inexplicably hates you while simultaneously not giving a shit about you, and you need the visual equivalent of the comfort food you can't eat anymore. For me, this movie is that equivalent. I watched it twice last night.

    Last Book: 

    When True Night Falls, by Celia S. Friedman.

    Classic, brilliant, the middle book of the best trilogy to ever have been written. Fight me.

    To avoid spoiling anyone who has not yet experienced this glorious work of art, I won't wax poetic about it in too much detail. But the character dynamics. The character growth--every fucking character grows beautifully and realistically and in ways that are sometimes a huge fist to the lower torso while reading, but it's earned. The world building. She starts out insanely strong with the world building in the first book, and this second one somehow manages to add even more depth than the first one did. But not in the "oh, I need x, so better add y to the rules" ass-pulling way. It's organic, it's logical, it springs from the first book like a natural expansion and not a bunch of shifting around or "oh, except that ___" changes for plot's sake.

    The plot, the writing, everything. I accidentally read this trilogy (minus the last little bit of the third book that simply doesn't happen) every couple of years. Yes. Accidentally. See, I'll remember a scene from one of the books, and I'll go fetch the book and flip to that scene--I know where they all are, my copies are tattered and ancient--and then I'll look up and realize I've just kept on reading for hours. And by then, you might as well just finish the book, and if it's the first book, you should start at the beginning, and if it's one of the other two, you might as well go back to the start and do it proper.

    Welp. Short answers totally happened. Oh well.

    Tagging, even if you’ve already been tagged, so ignore if you wanna: @glitter-cake20 @sunshineailin @occulationary @eileenalone

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