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Cezanne, The Artist of Provence at Carrières de Lumières

22 July

An immension self projection when you enter the space of art and fantasy. The twirl of formes, colors, the mix of music and motions create the outside effect that speaks and links to the inner one.  The new digital and immersive exhibition of the Carrières de Lumières presents the most significant masterpieces of Cezanne (1839-1906) such as his still lifes with apples, The card players (1890-95) and The large bathers (around 1906).Self-taught painter with 900 canvases and 400 watercolors, Cezanne represents portraits, still lifes, landscapes, historical scenes ... and produces multiple versions of the same subject, constantly experimenting with the possibilities of pictorial material. First rejected at the Salon and then recognized late by his contemporaries, during a retrospective organized in 1895 by Ambroise Vollard, Cezanne is today considered the pioneer of modernity. Strongly inspired in his early days by Delacroix and Courbet, he then left his studio to turn to the Impressionists, following Pissarro's example by painting on the motif. His unique construction of forms and color and his tendency to abstraction lead him to go beyond Impressionism, to influence the Cubists, the Fauves and the avant-garde. Father of modern art, he inspired Zola, Van Gogh, Pissarro, Monet, Renoir, Matisse... Picasso referred to

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How to Spot Casino Cheaters

How to Spot Casino Cheaters

28 June 2020

There are many different ways in which the casino security and other casino staff are able to spot a cheat in their casino and after reading this, you will probably be able to spot a cheat, too. A Little Tip... A little tip ...

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Guide to 90 Ball Bingo

Guide to 90 Ball Bingo

28 June 2020

One of the most popular bingo variations in the UK today aside from how new beginners enjoy to play Rio Bingo, 90 ball bingo is different to its bingo games relatives - 75 ball bingo and others. Indeed, it has become ...

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Artistic Anecdote, Patrick Ullmann

Artistic Anecdote, Patrick Ullmann

18 June 2020

Between the salad and the dessert, I discover at my table, a shy, little talkative gentleman. He says he has been a photographer for almost sixty years. After working for the show "Dans le vent" on Europe 1 and photographing Anglo-Saxon ...

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Gameplay review of Vikings Go Berzerk

Gameplay review of Vikings Go Berzerk

15 June 2020

You may be surprised to discover just how long slots have been around for. The first-ever slot machine dates back to 1895.  This used bells and playing card symbols and the bells were the most valuable symbol. Considering that it wasn't until ...

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Artistic Anecdotes, HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON

Artistic Anecdotes, HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON

26 May 2020

By matrimonial crossings, I happen to be an "added piece" in the family circle of the famous photographer, Henri Cartier Bresson.My admiration for his photographic work annoys him. He dedicated himself almost entirely to drawing at that timeQuite academic drawings, in ...

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A Guide to Creating a Memorable Image for Your Business

A Guide to Creating a Memorable Image for Your Business

15 April 2020

  Your corporate image or brand identity is what will set your business apart from the crowd and keep you one step ahead of your competition. If you have recently kick-started a new venture and you are wondering how to make it stand out, this ...

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The Naked Soul, A Photographic Project for Women

The Naked Soul, A Photographic Project for Women

27 February 2019

In 2019, Club Residents Etrangers Monaco, CREM focus on women through a calendar, realized in the form of an art book, which presents committed and active women of the Monegasque life. These women, with different personalities, all want to witness what being ...

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The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Great Britain

The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Great Britain

7 February 2019

From 27th of March 2019, Tate Britain devotes an important exhibition on the relationship between Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) and Great Britain. The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Great Britain will be the first exhibition devoted to this aspect in Van Gogh's ...

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