• Mounir Fatmi Paris, France
  • Gale Antokal San Francisco, CA

Ai Weiwei’s Suspended Bamboo and Silk Beasts Highlight Ancient Chinese Mythology Inside a Paris Department Storeby Kate Sierzputowski on January 27, 2016

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Ai Weiwei‘s (previously here and here) first exhibition in France is not staged at the Centre Pompidou nor the Palais de Tokyo, but within Paris’s Le Bon Marché, the city’s oldest department store founded in 1852. At its center the exhibition includes 20 illuminated silk and bamboo creatures that float above the cosmetics department, a contradiction of subject matter that Ai embraces as he allows the two vastly different worlds to collide momentarily during his store-bound exhibition.





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Las 20 imágenes antiguas mas bellas de la Ciudad de México


La Ciudad de México es muy admirada en el mundo por su belleza y su majestuosidad, a continuación preparamos una galería de imágenes que nos dejarán conocer un poco de su historia.

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Not All Psychopaths Are Criminals – Some Psychopathic Traits Are Actually Linked To Success

Tom Skeyhill was an acclaimed Australian war hero, known as “the blind solider-poet.” During the monumental World War I battle of Gallipoli, he was a flag signaler, among the most dangerous of all positions. After being blinded when a bomb shell detonated at his feet, he was transferred out.

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