lundi 31 mai 2010
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-Jamie Starr /special disco 80’s set
-Thomas Ray /special 80’s hit set
-Nancy Plateau /special 80’s reworked set
-Guich /special 80’s soundtracks set
Av de flores 3-4
Name collection: “A quoi ressemblera mon plafond? A un bouquet de fleurs.” (Marc Chagall) (Women’s collection)
Short description: My collection is inspired by the cupola of the Opéra Garnier in Paris, which is painted by Marc Chagall. I love the contrast between the heavy golden decoration and the naïve and colourful painting of Chagall.
PRACTICAL INFO SHOW2010 June 10, 11 & 12 2010
Hangar 29, Rijnkaai 150, 2000 Antwerp
Doors: 7PM – Start Show: 8PM Tickets: € 30,00 (seats) / € 10,00 (standing)
Presale at www.ticketantwerpen.be or +32 (0)70 34 46 46 / Start ticketsale May 7th 2010
By gentucca bini is the new project of Italian fashion designer Gentucca Bini. It comes from the need to establish and intensify the relationship with the objects. Gentucca Bini mixes her style with the style of different fashion designers: re-branding becomes a renovation act. Placing her style over a different brand, a style which will change every season, like in a prêt-à-porter collection, Gentucca gives new life to past fashion collections, producing slight but incisive changes, to respect their history, to re-create a relationship between the customer and the product, to start again from fashion, from the act of its birth, to interact with the past and make it fashionable again, to ensure the future and protect the memory, to make the product more personal and unique, without forgetting the funny aspect and the irony.
11.06.2010 and 12.06.2010 from 10.30AM until 6PM
Bring your designer clothing, during these two days Gentucca Bini will be present at her installation with three colleagues to give new life to your old designer pieces!
Graanmarkt13, 2000 Antwerpen
T: +32 3 337 79 92
The installation by gentucca bini is is part of VITRINE2010: SLOW FASHION
Esprit lance son tout premier lookbook pour l'automne/hiver 2010.
Les pièces phares des différentes collections-Esprit y sont combinées pour créer un look sympa et tendance. Tous les deux mois, un nouveau lookbook apparaîtera.
Esprit est une marque internationale de vêtements et d’accessoires jeunes, avec des produits haut de gamme à un prix abordable, au look jeune et élégant.
dimanche 30 mai 2010
Check out the super hot official music video for Rihanna's fifth single, 'Te Amo', off her album "Rated R". The Erotico lesbian video was shot late April in Vigny, France in the Chateau de Vigny. French supermodel Laetitia Casta also stars in the video, which was directed by Anthony Mandler.
vendredi 28 mai 2010
This summer will see an explosion colour and vitality as the DR Congo and 16 other African countries celebrate 50 years of independence. The Centre for Fine Arts is organizing a festival as only it can, bringing to Brussels the greatest names in the performing and the visual arts: Rokia Traoré, Angélique Kidjo, Didier Awadi, legendary choreographer Germaine Acogny, and many more artists who fuse excellence of form with social engagement.
As if that were not enough, this ambitious project proposes a new vision for our cultural relations with Africa. That is why BOZAR and the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren have joined hands to
forge a new and long-term collaborative project at the Centre for Fine Arts. The fascinating GEO-graphics exhibition will be the initial laboratory for this project, and all the artists invited to festival will be asked to join in discussions and share their thoughts on this Visionary Africa during their ‘48 Hours in Brussels’.
Tomorrow’s Africa? Find it today at the Centre for Fine Arts!
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The revelation of the Festival d'Avignon 2009, Pitcho Womba Konga has moved into the big league. In Avignon he played Sizwe Banzi, the eternal exile, in the anti-apartheid play of the same name. The role seemed to be tailor-made for this Schaarbeek/Schaerbeek rapper, who likes to "talk about the poor in the language of the poor". His Héritage project at the Centre for Fine Arts looks at the bonds between Belgium's Africans and the continent of their origins, while raising questions about the acceptance of identity and social integration and exploring the relations between different cultures. He is joined onstage by the cream of Congolese urban music in Belgium: Fredy Massamba, BD Banx, and Pegguy Tabu, son of the great Tabu Ley Rochereau.
Fredy Massamba rap - Pitcho rap - Gandhi rap - 13HOR rap - BD Banx rap - Pegguy Tabu rap - Ekila rap - Stefy Rika rap - Cecilia Kankonda rap - Angélique Kaba rap - Masta Pi rap - Nganji rap - Nina Miskina rap - Mayelle rap - Jack rap - Djubay rap - Yannick rap - Teddy L rap - Banza rap - Sen Sey rap - Jagan rap - Romano rap - Senso singing - Senso
Sunday 30.05.2010 - 18:00
Centre for Fine Arts / Hall M (Seating)
Three years after the inauguration of the renovated brewery which now hosts Wiels, this exhibition thematizes its new function as a centre for contemporary art in a building that was conceived for a totally different function.
The title of the exhibition can be understood in different ways: as the “rehabilitation” of the unrecognized architect Adrien Blomme, of Modernism in general or of a building which, after twenty years of decay, was saved, almost clinically, from its downward spiral of neglect and decrepitude.
Ten artists who are inspired by the ideas, forms and aspirations of early radical Modernism were asked to respond to the phenomenon of rehabilitation or refurbishment of old [modernist?] buildings. As a result, while not necessarily site-specific to the Blomme building or its history, the artists nevertheless reacted to the architecture of Wiels, its spaces and symbols with a project in line with their artistic practice. The exhibition thus provides an overview of a generation of young artists’ interest and fascination with the production processes of forms and ideas, as well as with the social function of art – through direct or indirect references to icons of modernist architecture and design which they integrate in their work.
Participating artists: Leonor Antunes, Alexandra Leykauf, David Maljkovic, Manfred Pernice, Tobias Putrih, Falke Pisano, Pia Rönicke, Oscar Tuazon, Armando Andrade Tudela, Up (Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Kris Kimpe)
OPENING expo REHABILITATION with dj Fredo (Gent)
28 / 05 /2010
5pm Roundtable with the artists
EXPO - 29/05 - 15/08 /2010
Info & reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Girl DJ is a new Pan-European contest that aims to discover the hottest girl DJ around and propel her into dance music superstardom.
Next Girl DJ is aiming to provide one girl a life-changing opportunity, whilst changing the face of dance music history in the process. More females are needed to exhibit their talent in what is, still, a male dominated environment..
More info http://www.nextgirldj.com/
BRUSSELS FRIDAY MAY 28, 2010
AT FUSE - 208 rue Blaes straat, 1000 Brussels
- Carl De Moncharline (Mirano Continental, Roller Parade, Nuits Blanches...)
- Marcus Vector (Toys For Boys)
- Florence Atlas (Nightcode)
- Bea Ercolini (Elle magazine Belgium)
- Sand (Moonday)
- Electric Indigo (female:pressure)
- Olivier Mateu (aka DJ Rodriguez Junior / Mobilee)
- Eva Peel (Tsugi magazine)
- Ajouad el Miloudi (3fm - NL)
Electric Indigo (female:pressure)
Rodriguez Jr (Mobilee, Mothership, F-com, Systematic)
Marcus Vector (Toys For Boys)
Jelly Bellies (fm Brussel / Nightcode)
special guests: Jenny (Toys For Boys), Coline (winner of last Girl Dj Contest)
BRUSSELS FINALISTS ARE
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