Monday, January 31, 2011

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* Stage name: Eugene
* Real name: 김� 진 / Kim Yoo Jin (Gim Yu Jin)
* Nickname: Panda
* Profession: Singer and actress
* Birthdate: March 03, 1981
* Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
* Height: 160cm
* Weight: 47kg
* Star sign: Pisces
* Blood type: A
* Education: Sang Soo Elementary School, Agatha Johnston Middle School, JFK

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* Name: 이영아 / Lee Young Ah (Yi Yeong Ah)
* Profession: Actress
* Birthdate: October 23, 1984
* Birthplace: North Gyeongsang, South Korea
* Height: 165cm
* Weight: 45kg
* Star sign: Scorpio
* Blood type: B

TV Shows
* King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo (KBS2, 2010)
* Empress Chun Chu (KBS2, 2009)
* Iljimae (SBS, 2008)
* Golden Bride (SBS,

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* Name: 변우민 / Byun Woo Min
* Profession: Actor
* Birth date: December 1, 1965
* Height: 177cm
* Weight: 70kg
* Star sign: Sagittarius
* Blood type: B

TV Shows
* Creating Destiny (MBC, 2009)
* Tempted Again (MBC, 2009)
* Temptation of Wife (SBS, 2008)
* Love Me When You Can (MBC, 2006)
* Can We Refill the Love? (KBS2, 2005)

Blooming on Hawaii�s Garden Isle

Winter is an ideal time of year to visit the Garden Island. While most of the country is enduring the chilliness of winter, Kaua�i is sizzling with some events and festivals ..... and here are some of them.

Leilani Rivera Bond�s 17th Annual Hula H��ike on February 5 features Hawaiian music and dances by H�lau Hula �O Leilani and special guest artists.

The Zonta Club of Kaua�i will hold its Eat Dessert First fundraiser on February 11 at the Courtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach. The event features desserts from Kaua�i chefs, fruit and cheese trays, a silent auction, prize drawings, and live island-style entertainment.

The cultural festival E Pili Kakou I Ho�okahi Lahui from February 18 to 20 brings together accomplished Kumu Hula (instructors) and cultural specialists to teach workshops in all styles of hula and chanting, and share stories and spirituality behind the dance in a non-competitive and open environment. The festival also showcases arts and crafts, food, music, and entertainment unique to Hawai�i.

Waimea Town Celebration on February 25 and 26 offers live top-line entertainment .... and crafts, games and product booths, along with a rodeo, softball, and three-man basketball tournament. Events on February 26 include a 10K run, canoe race, RC car race, ice cream eating contest, and ukulele competition.

The inaugural Garden Isle Tri-fest on March 12 and 23 features a variety of events at the Kaua'i Marriott Resort at Kalapaki Beach in Lihue Kaua'i.

A week of festivities honoring Prince Jonah K�hi� Kalaniana�ole, one of Hawai�i�s most beloved monarchs, takes place from March 19 to 26 in Po�ip�.

For more information about top events in Hawaii take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Hawaii.

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ARCHIVE: Chris Ofili / Art In America / January 2000

In January 2000, a detail of Chris Ofili's 1999 painting Third Eye Vision (comprised of acrylic, collage, glitter, resin, map pins and elephant dung on canvas) vaingloriously stretched across the cover of Art In America magazine. In the accompanying article "Ofili's Glittering Icons" art critic Lynn MacRitchie wrote: "Ofili works his themes over and over again. In the process, the street-smart references he so much enjoys sampling from urban culture are being gradually incorporated into a more formal vocabulary which seems to be taking the work forward into its next phase." 

Sunday, January 30, 2011

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Name: 장서희 / Jang Seo Hee (Jang Suh Hee)
Chinese name: � 瑞姬 / Zhang Rui Ji
Birth Date : January 5, 1972
Height: 163cm
Weight: 47kg
Horoscope: Capricorn
Profession: Actress

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Birth Date : September 26, 1986
Birth Place : Incheon, South Korea
Height : 178 cm

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NEW YORK: Ellen Gallagher: Greasy / Gagosian Gallery / January 22 - February 26, 2011

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 "The work comes out of my desire to create an expansive, fluid realm that is both the concrete historical fragments it is made up of and the new form it describes."

Ellen Gallagher

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present recent work by Ellen Gallagher. �Greasy� is her first exhibition in New York since �DeLuxe� at the Whitney Museum in 2005.

From the outset of her career, Gallagher has brought together non-representational formal concerns (seriality, process) and charged figuration in paintings, drawings, collages, and films that reveal themselves slowly, first as intricate abstractions, then later as unnerving stories. The tension sustained between minimalist abstraction and image-based narratives deriving from her use of found materials gives rise to a dynamic that posits the historical constructions of the �New Negro� -- a central development of the Harlem Renaissance -- with concurrent developments in modernist abstraction. In doing so, she points to the artificiality of the perceived schism between figuration and abstraction in art.

Selecting from a wealth of popular ephemera -- lined penmanship paper, magazine pages, journals, and advertising -- as support for her paintings and drawings, Gallagher subjects the original elements and motifs to intense and laborious processes of transformation including accumulation, erasure, interruption and interference. Like forensic evidence, only traces of their original state remain, veiled by inky saturation, smudges, staining, perforations, punctures, spills, abrasions, printed lettering and marking, all potent evocations and emanations of time and its materiality. This attained state of "un-knowing" fascinates Gallagher and is one of the primary themes in her work.

Her new work, which she has described as �charts or maps of a world not yet visible,� requires an exploratory approach, as if navigating unfamiliar territory or ruins. It is a liminal realm that oscillates between legibility and blankness and which appears at different velocities, both sudden and perpetual. Corporeal features well out of overlapping, intertwining abstract fields; protagonists recur in various guises; incompatible narratives meet in fragmentation, cutting, and collage; fact and fiction merge in graphic eddies: Meaning is everywhere, generated by the elasticity between myriad associations.

In An Experiment Of Unusual Opportunity (2008) a macabre scene emerges from an ink-stained ground whose surface folds, twists and bends as though its underlying grid structure is convulsed by an internal energy, while recognizable physiognomic features surface momentarily among its folds. In OK Corral (2008) and Puppy Chow (2009) the urgency of printed media becomes the temporal pulp of a complex cultural past. Taking magazine pages from popular black periodicals, Gallagher soaks them in washes of indigo, slices them into thin strips, pastes the resulting stuff together, cuts it once more, then finally reassembles it to create a �jam� of frequencies and patterns in the swirling surface. Occasionally, legible words escape, disrupting the subtle modulations of the silent blue monochrome. In Greasy (2010), the magazine pages undergo various degrees of obliteration as she applies white ink to the surface to mask everything except the letters e and o; bottles, jars and tubes are whited out, leaving only a few graphic details. In a different mode of dissembling, the Morphia drawings are a series of transformed artifacts or �forgeries.� Drawn in graphite on transparent layers of paper, the transfer of mark-making on one side of the paper materializes onto the other side, making visible the inverse order of representation. Placed between glass so that both sides can be seen, they deliver a palimpsest of constantly shifting patterns that sometimes cohere to suggest a figure appearing from within.

Gallagher's approach is marked by the technological. The experience of working for extended periods on the films that she makes in collaboration with Edgar Cleijne-- where the totality of the work exists only on the screen -- offers a model for the organization of her paintings. IGBT (2008) plays on the horizontal condition of the flatbed surface of painting as an operational device. Its bold abstract ground takes the form of a circuit-board as the template for a geometric fabulation. Circuit-board references, the structures of digital music and its internal patterns, are indexical of the movement of electricity that becomes sound. Two silhouettes are positioned at its center, both inside the structure and floating away from it, like a frontispiece of a nineteenth century novel. The transformation in scale between the small circuit-board and the large-format painting creates a temporal disturbance that directs the invisibility of the acoustic toward the spatial conditions of abstraction.

An illustrated catalogue, designed by Louis Luthi, accompanies the exhibition, with a text by Amna Malik, lecturer in Art History at the Slade School of Art.

Ellen Gallagher was born in 1965 in Providence, Rhode Island. She studied at Oberlin College, Ohio (1982-1984); Studio 70, Fort Thomas, Kentucky (1989); School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts (1992); and Skowhegan School of Art, Maine (1993). In 2000 Gallagher was awarded the American Academy Award in Art and participated in the Biennale di Venezia in 2003. Her work is represented in public collections including Tate Modern, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Whitney Museum of American Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Solo exhibitions include �Watery Ecstatic,� Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (2001, traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Australia in 2002); �Preserve,� Des Moines Art Center, Iowa (2001, traveled to Yerba Buena Arts Center, San Francisco and The Drawing Center, New York in 2002); St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri (2003); �Ichthyosaurus,� Freud Museum, London (2005); �Deluxe,� Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami (2005); Tate Liverpool (2007); and �An experiment of unusual opportunity,� South London Gallery (2009). 

Gallagher lives and works in Rotterdam, The Netherlands and New York City. 

Images for Ellen Gallagher: Greasy can be viewed at:

Gagosian Gallery
555 West 24th Street
New York, NY

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* Name: 주원 / Joo Won
* Real name: 문준원 / Moon Joon Won
* Profession: Actor
* Birthdate: September 30, 1987
* Height: 185cm
* Weight: 68kg
* Star sign: Libra
* Education: School of Art (Theatre), Sungkyunkwan University (Film and Television)

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Joo Won, or better known as Go Ma Jun, is one of the actor in Baker King, Kim Tak

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Full Name : Dian Ayu Lestari
Popular Name : Dian Ayu
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Dian Ayu Lestari is a newcomer actress who started her career from a beauty contest in 2007. Beautiful girl who completed her studies at the Department of Communications, UPN

Saturday, January 29, 2011

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REVIEW: Kerry James Marshall / Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada / ArtForum / January 2011

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Kerry James Marshall, De Style, 1993, acrylic and collage on canvas, 8' 8" x 10' 2".

FEW ARTISTS have imagined the present in the manner of art history�s grand styles as successfully as Kerry James Marshall. Although he has made work in many media over the past three decades, he remains best known for large figurative paintings that compellingly interweave explorations of African-American history, the mechanisms of remembrance, and the venerable traditions of old-school European painting. And while the fifty-five-year-old artist has been the subject of important solo museum shows and is a staple of major international exhibitions (including two of the past three Documentas), there have been relatively few opportunities to consider the development of his painted oeuvre on its own.
All the more welcome, then, that the Chicago-based artist�s first one-man exhibition in Canada�organized by Kathleen S. Bartels and artist Jeff Wall, and on view at the Vancouver Art Gallery until January 3�conjoins eight iconic canvases from the 1990s with a complement of recent works (including a series of prints). A studied selection rather than a survey, the three-room show provides a valuable chance to take stock of Marshall�s position vis-�-vis the histories of painting he strategically engages. The picture that emerges from this restrictive focus is of an artist committed to using the formal conventions of European picturemaking in and of themselves and as springboards for contemporary political and cultural commentary.
The considerable literature on Marshall typically frames his practice in terms of identity politics and reads his paintings against the backdrop of the artist�s biography, which coincides with important benchmarks of the civil rights struggle in the United States. It is easy to see why such interpretations prevail, for Marshall has committed himself to an artistic program of visualizing African-American personages and histories and has famously resolved never to include a white figure in his art. (In this vein, his five-venue traveling solo exhibition in 2003�2005 was titled �One True Thing: Meditations on Black Aesthetics.�) To neglect such openly stated polemics would be to misread Marshall�s art, but to foreground them at the expense of an account of his formal investments is to sell him short as a painter. Thus, somewhat against this grain, the medium-specific focus of the current exhibition provides space to consider how the artist�s extended engagement with the canon of European painting elaborates the more overtly political content of his work.
The earliest piece in the show�a large, colorful 1993 canvas titled De Style�inaugurated many of the terms for the artist�s subsequent painting practice and provides a good case study for the lens the exhibition affords. In this oversize, multifigure composition, Marshall plays with two seminal traditions of Dutch painting in equal measure: group portraiture and abstraction. By inscribing the vernacular social space of the African-American barbershop within the form of the seventeenth-century large-scale group portrait, Marshall makes good on his agenda of inserting black figures within frameworks from which they have typically been excluded. But the artist pointedly invites the viewer to appraise the nonrepresentational qualities of the picture as well. From his insistent reiteration of the horizontal and vertical lines that organize the composition and emphasize its flatness to his concerted use of the five �zero degree� colors (the primaries blue, yellow, and red, with black and white), Marshall explicitly recasts the painterly tropes of Piet Mondrian. Lest one miss these cues, the artist homophonically titles his piece in reference to the twentieth-century movement associated with such abstractions: When �De Stijl� becomes De Style, we know we are in the very particular realm of Marshall�s artistic practice. The verbal equivalent of what the artist renders in paint, the title calls out to an important chapter in the medium�s past, impressing on it a vital inflection of present concerns and figures.
Such references abound in Marshall�s paintings, and it�s fun to read many of his formal moves as consciously inhabiting previous artworks. Familiar compositions, figural poses, brushwork, and color palettes from myriad episodes in the medium�s history are everywhere put into play, challenging viewers to seek them out. (I found myself wondering: Is that mirror a quotation of Manet�s Bar at the Folies-Berg�re? That figure lifted from Courbet�s Stonebreakers? Isn�t that facture explicitly Gustonesque?) However, the ultimate strength of Marshall�s citational strategy transcends the art-historical parlor game it elicits, evincing something more concerted than typical painterly appropriations. Indeed, Marshall�s borrowing is fundamentally different from the way Titian might cop a figure group from Giorgione, for example. Marshall is undoubtedly looking for tricks of the trade and guideposts for how to put pictures together, but he is simultaneously aligning himself both within and against a specific history of painting. It is a complex program of reference and amendment, which serves not only to position Marshall within an august lineage but also to read the history of art in light of its blind spots. That is, as much as Marshall conjures painting�s history and desires to converse with it, he offers critiques and correctives�unraveling the �naturalized� fictions the medium has often serviced. This is most overt when Marshall addresses the ideologies of narrative painting, laden as it is with religious and political histories of power and social control. But Marshall does not stop there. As Wall argues in his smart, compact catalogue essay, the artist enlists �every part� of the art-historical canon in order to populate these various genres with black subjects and his own aesthetics�rewriting them, marking them with difference.
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Kerry James Marshall,Souvenir I, 1997, acrylic and glitter on canvas, 9' x 13' 1".
Through this interpretative frame, the exhibition can be read as a catalogue of Marshall�s tour through art history: The 1995 �Garden Project� paintings can be seen as a hybrid of history painting and the pastoral form; Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein, both 2009, become Baroque full-length nudes; the three �Vignette� paintings of 2005 read as meditations on sentimental, Rococo fantasy; the Black Painting, 2003�2006, is a recast domestic genre scene, and so on. By bopping among forms, Marshall underscores the radical contingency of each and unravels its claim to a totalizing worldview. Thus the forms and content of Marshall�s paintings play off one another, taking his project far beyond a literal excursus on issue-based politics and raising more structural questions about representation and visibility generally.
As interesting as this strategy is between works, it is arguably even more compelling when it happenswithin individual paintings. Among the works on view here, this �meta� style is most dynamic in the canvases from the mid- to late 1990s. Each of these paintings�drawn from his �Garden Project� and the 1997�98 �Souvenir� series�features an image characterized by several registers of representation overlaid into one pictorial space; together they constitute the heart of the show. In Watts 1963, 1995, for example, a loosely naturalistic depiction of three children on a lawn is disrupted by all sorts of diverse pictorial incidents: the text running throughout the image; the pink stenciled forms, cartoonish flowers, stylized bluebirds, and diagrammatic sun; and, perhaps most emphatically, the areas of gestural abstract brushwork. As much as all of Marshall�s outward-glancing figures address and implicate the viewer, these shifting modes of representation also serve to, in the artist�s own words, �intrude,� �disrupt,� and �disturb� the fictional transparency of the image. That is to say, while ironically re-presenting urban public-housing projects that have �garden� in their title in a kind of contemporary history painting, Marshall here also underscores the contingency, and subjectivity, of pictorial representation itself. Watts 1963 and the other paintings of this type are made of distinct component modes, each of which individually proves incapable of relaying the whole story Marshall wants to tell. Working in concert, however, these individual manners add up to a complete image, in which difference, instability, and pictorial interdependence remain at the fore.
Nowhere is this manner of self-reflexive play more apparent than in Marshall�s �Souvenir� pictures, each of which contains a stenciled glitter frame within the image that duplicates the rectilinear format of the canvas. These frames not only reinforce the flatness of the paintings, but also echo the memorial banners depicted within many of the images (featuring, for instance, portraits of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King above the phrase WE MOURN OUR LOSS). The charge of this rearticulated framing is most pronounced here in Souvenir I, 1997, in which the golden glitter fringe of the felt banner rendered in perspective within the image re-appears around the painting itself�as if stretched and flattened out to coincide with the plane of the surface before which we stand. This device functions to collapse the different spaces of representation and to implicate us in our own looking, revealing Marshall�s standing interest in shuttling his viewer�s attention between the depicted space and the physical reality of the canvas. It also, interestingly, proposes that the painting might somehow fulfill the same memorializing task as the banner, thus picturing its own use. The very physical stuff of these paintings buttresses this sense of functionality as well, for their supports�swaths of canvas attached directly to the wall with screws, rather than stretched over a wooden frame�bespeak easy portability. More than conventional canvases, which rhetorically project solidity and permanence, these paintings look like they could be quickly taken off the wall, rolled up, and shown elsewhere if need be. They have the physical quality of banners�of images intended more for urgent use than for relaxed contemplation. (This is an inquiry Marshall followed to its logical conclusion in other paintings from this time�not included here�which remade banners as paintings.)
In Marshall�s most recent work, his strategies of collapsing the frames of representation appear to have become more synthetic, knit into the narratives of the images themselves rather than revealed in visibly different constituent parts. When it works, this is an amazing tack, and the most gripping image in the exhibition is among his newest: the life-size, half-length portrait Untitled; Painter, 2010. This piece depicts a seated artist in the studio as well as the painted self-portrait on which he appears to still be working. While, of course, any depiction of an image maker provides fertile occasion for a meditation on the mechanisms of making images�that quintessentially modernist preoccupation�Marshall ups the ante here, using the structure of the image itself to poetically explore his central concerns about representation, race, and self. The painted artist, whose face is rendered in Marshall�s signature uninflected black, is shown wearing a shirt with a camouflage-like design�he is depicted as doubly invisible. The image he paints, on the other hand, is cast in a vibrant rainbow of pinks, the kind of colors that until recently were marketed in art-supply stores generically as �flesh tone.� Marshall depicts the painter at the moment after he has put down the pink brush and begun to render his own face, filling in ready-made, paint-by-number compartments with dark blue hues. The image is a powerful metonym for the central concerns of the first thirty years of Marshall�s art, self-reflexively picturing as it does an unfinished moment of self-representation within the hallowed historical genre of portraiture. And as one of the most recent works in the show, it leaves us with Marshall�s contemporary diagnosis, showing that although the painter�s image is coming into focus, the most important parts remain a work in progress.
Jordan Kantor is an artist and an associate professor of painting and humanities at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

Friday, January 28, 2011

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Name : Kinaryosih
Birth Date : March 3, 1979
Birth Place : Jakarta, Indonesia
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Birth Place : Bogor, Indonesia
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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Mardi Gras in Fort Walton Beach

A little bit of New Orleans is coming to Fort Walton Beach, Florida, at its very own �Mardi Gras 2011� celebration on Saturday, February 12. Because it�s Valentine�s weekend, the theme this year will be �Love on the Island.� Sponsored by the Greater Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce and its annual sponsors, �Mardi Gras on the Island� is a full day of activities, starting with the Mardi Gras Parade on Okaloosa Island at 11am.
There will be beads, treats, and even more beads as the colorful floats make their way down Santa Rosa Blvd. Stick around after the parade and enjoy a festive Block Party sponsored by Helen Back on Amberjack Drive. There will be games for the kids, vendors with exotic items, and food galore.  It�s a family-friendly way to make a day of it!
Later that evening, the Chamber will host the Mardi Gras Ball at the Emerald Coast Conference Center from 8 pm to Midnight.  Come in costume or come in your favorite gown - this is the time to bring out your Mardi Gras finery, enjoy the sounds of the �Swingin� Dick Tracys,� and sample food items provided by Chamber-member restaurants.  
�Mardi Gras 2011 � Love on the Island� is sponsored by the Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce, A to Z Security and Sound, the City of Fort Walton Beach, Cox, Cumulus Broadcasting, Emerald Coast Tourism Development Council, Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, Golden Corral-Fort Walton Beach, Helen Back, Image Printing and Digital Services, Northwest Florida Daily News, Qantum, ResortQuest, and White-Wilson Medical Center. 
For more information about top events in Florida take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Florida
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

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Name : Astrid Tiar Yosephine Panjaitan
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Birth Date : 12 Juli 1986
Occupations : Model, actress

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Name : Olivia Lubis Jensen
Birth Date : 11 April 1993
Birth Place : Denmark
Occupations : actress, model
Parents : Benny Jensen dan Viverina Lubis

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HOMAGE: Kara Walker Inspires Musician Daniel Bejar's "Suicide" / L.A. Times Blog / January 25, 2011

Within 24 hours of the M.E. Grant post Black Artist News learned of another musician inspired by Kara Walker. The following blogs are from the L.A. Times and Music for Kids Who Can't Read Good.

One Song: Daniel Bejar's Destroyer finds a different angle on Kara Walker's words

January 25, 2011 |  5:27 am
Daniel Bejar forces listeners to hear Kara Walker's words from a different angle on �Suicide Demo for Kara Walker.'
Musician Daniel Bejar
Appropriation -- the act of making something your own by copying it -- has been a hot topic in the art world at least since Andy Warhol first closely examined the can that contained his lunch. It's become increasingly relevant in popular music circles too, leading to big questions about intellectual property and the nature of originality.
�Suicide Demo for Kara Walker� employs appropriation in fascinating ways. It's on �Kaputt,� the new album from Vancouver-based bard Daniel Bejar's semi-solo project, Destroyer. �Kaputt� rethinks Destroyer's noisy, rococo indie rock within the startling context of New Romantic smooth jazz, in the process changing the meaning of clich�s like �mellow� and �art rock.�
All the songs on �Kaputt� pose this challenge, but �Suicide Demo� goes furthest by featuring lyrics Bejar cut up from text-filled cue cards sent to him by the fine artist Kara Walker. Walker herself is an appropriation genius, known for work that fearlessly interrogates the deep history of African American and female oppression through refashioned imagery. Singing loaded phrases like �Seen you consorting with your Invisible Manhole� or �Don't talk about the South, she said,� in his quavery Canadian tenor, Bejar doesn't become Walker but forces the listener to hear her words in a different voice, from a different angle. Disturbing and illuminating, �Suicide Demo� leads us somewhere new.

-- Ann Powers

Suicide Demo for Kara Walker
Music For Kids Who Can't Read Good

JANUARY 24, 2011

Destroyer�s Kaputt is the best album I�ve heard so far in 2011 and my favorite of Dan Bejar�s nine albums. Much has been said about the album�s vintage 80�s sound (referred to as soft-rock, smooth jazz, or �ambient disco� depending on who you�re talking to) but I find it amazing how Bejar has taken a style of music that is easily laughed off and used it as the medium for his most ravishing work. The album strikes a balance of being faithful to the sound, with it�s palette of airy synths, extravagant woodwinds and soulful back-up singers, and creating something entirely new that�s both whimsical and stunning. The best example is the lively eight-minute epic, �Suicide Demo for Kara Walker�, the centerpiece of the album and the track that fully realizes its� potential.

The song�s curious title is actually far less sinister then you may expect on first glance. The �Suicide� the title refers to is the 70�s synth-rock band and Kara Walker is a contemporary artist who collaborated with Bejar on the songs� free association lyrics. The track opens with a hazy blend of synths, guitar, piano and flute that immediately puts you in a trance-like state. Everything about the song evokes a dream from the abstract lyrics to Bejar�s drowsy, sly vocal delivery. The lyrics are nonsensical by nature, yet never boring, feeling like long run-on sentences that are full of interesting words and clever turn of phrases (�Longings, longings, longings, all in vain, just ask Vanity, abandoned out in the rain by the world, another proud American�). Most breathtaking is the song�s instrumental refrain, a captivating display of dueling instrumentation amidst the pulsating electronic backdrop. The horns and woodwinds take turns one-upping each other with their increasingly flamboyant improvisations, resulting in the most arresting musical passage I�ve heard this year. In other words, a masterpiece.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

400 Years of Virginia History

Throughout 2011, Henricus Historical Park will celebrate 400 years of history in the Richmond Region, Virginia, as the site of North America's second successful English settlement. 
During the year-long celebration, Henricus Historical Park and Chesterfield County invite visitors to explore life as it was 400 years ago in Colonial Virginia with special events at Henricus Historical Park. Unique attractions and comfortable accommodations in surrounding Chesterfield County make this the perfect family destination.
The 400th Commemoration events at Henricus Historical Park will observe the Citie of Henricus from 1611 to 1622 and its impact on our culture today. 
The beginnings of the American educational tradition will come to life March 26 and 27 during Henricus Colledge. The first University chartered in North America will be explored through lectures, discussions and exhibits. 
Visitors are invited to learn about the science and technology of 17th-century medical care on May 7 and 8 during the Mount Malady event. Guests will find out how America's first hospital developed and implemented medical procedures and practices. On July 23-24 visitors can learn about early Colonial tobacco during Tobacco � The First Successful Commercial Export event. 
To culminate the year-long events, the 400th Commemoration of Henricus will be celebrated with Publick Days and the Godspeed September 17 and 18. This special event will feature 100 living history interpreters from around the country portraying both English colonists and native inhabitants of circa 1611 Virginia. Interpreters will occupy the English city, the Indian site Arrohateck, and the Godspeed from Jamestown Settlement at the waterfront, demonstrating the commercial, mechanical, agricultural, domestic, and military skills of both cultures as would have been observed between the years 1611-1622.
For more information about top events in Virginia take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Virginia
For more information about all events taking place during "The Year of Henricus," please visit 

Profile Nadila Ernesta : Hot Photo & Biography

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Name : Nadila Ernesta
Born : February 4, 1988
Occupations : actress and models
Parents : Jessi Hamid and Irine Iknata Imelda Hamid
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Oscars: 2011 Academy Awards Nominations List

Oscars: 2011 Academy Awards Nominations List
The 2011 Academy Awards nominations were announced today in Los Angeles.The Oscar nominations were presented by Academy president Tom Sherak and Mo'Nique, winner of last year's best supporting actress award for her role in Precious. This year's ceremony will take place in the Kodak theatre, Hollywood on 27 February, when the hosts will be James Franco

Battle of Wilson's Creek

To observe the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Wilson�s Creek just outside Springfield, Missouri, the Wilson�s Creek National Battlefield Foundation is planning a commemoration August 12 to 14.

This event will include a full-scale Civil War battle reenactment, period civilian activities, crafts, educational activities, historical information booths, and much more. It will be on property north of the battlefield, and all proceeds will support the battlefield.

The conflict that threatened the future of the nation came home for the residents of southwest Missouri in August 1861, when two armies descended on the oak hills south of Springfield. The Battle of Wilson�s Creek, the second major Civil War battle, decided the fate of Missouri and defined its role in the war. More than 2,500 Union and Confederate soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after the battle.

In 1961 on the 100th anniversary of the battle, Wilson�s Creek National Battlefield was dedicated, becoming one of the best preserved and most pristine Civil War sites in the National Park System. Today, more than 150 years later, the events there are still remembered. Visitors to the park can walk along the Wire Road like the young soldiers who fought and died, relive the battle from the perspective of the Ray family and understand the impact of the war through educational exhibits and artifacts in the Civil War Museum and Visitors Center.

Visit the nation�s historical sites over the next four years � the Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the Civil War � to keep the meaning of these special places alive for future generations.

For more information about top events in Missouri take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Missouri.

To learn more about the Springfield area visit

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Monday, January 24, 2011

Foto Megan Fox For Armani - Hot Topless Photo

Foto Megan Fox For Armani - Hot Topless Photo
Besides tennis player Rafael Nadal, another Emporio Armani icon, Megan Fox also posed sexy in the topless photo for the famous clothing brand campaign ads. The former star of "Transformers" is posing topless for the Italian label.

As an icon, Megan Fox underwent Armani ad campaign photo shoot by accentuating her sexy body. Not surprisingly if the

Cincinnati to Host World Choir Games

The 2012 World Choir Games (WCG), the largest choral competition in the world, will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio from July 4 to 14, 2012 � the first time the event will have been held in North America. It has previously been held in Austria, Germany, China and South Korea.

The WCG takes place every two years and is the signature event of Interkultur, a Germany-based organization that produces international choral events. Inspired by the Olympic ideal, the goal of the WCG is to unite people from all nations through singing in peaceful competition.

The 2012 World Choir Games is expected to host 400 choirs from more than 70 countries; bring together 20,000 participants, including performers, staff, delegations and international jury members; and deliver up to 200,000 spectators at the WCG events.

There will be 23 different musical categories evaluated by an impartial international jury. The categories: Children�s Choirs, Young Children�s Choirs, Youth Choirs of Equal Voices, Mixed Youth Choirs, Male Choirs, Male Chamber Choirs, Young Male Choirs, Mixed Boys Choirs, Female Choirs, Female Chamber Choirs, Mixed Choirs, Mixed Chamber Choirs, Musica Sacra, Music of Religions, Contemporary Music, Popular Choral Music, Folklore, Scenic Folklore (with choreography), Show Choir, Jazz, Gospel, Spiritual and Barbershop.

The World Choir Games is divided into two weeks. There will be Opening Ceremonies in Cincinnati USA on July 4 and 10, 2012. There will be Closing Ceremonies on July 8 and 14, 2012. Of the estimated 400+ choirs participating, close to 50% will compete in each week. A handful of choirs may perform across the two weeks.

For more information about top events in Ohio take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Ohio.

For more information on the 2012 World Choir Games visit

Hispanic Culture Events in Atlanta

Fiesta Atlanta is Atlanta�s largest annual Hispanic outdoor festival and is one of a number of major events in the region which celebrates Hispanic culture and heritage and recognizes the contributions of Hispanic Americans to the United States.

The 5th annual Fiesta Atlanta on Sunday May 1 at Centennial Olympic Park in the heart of Atlanta is also the largest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the southeast. Fiesta Atlanta features a daylong celebration of Latino culture, featuring continuous live musical performances on two stages by international, national and local recording artists, sponsor displays with many free product samples, arts and crafts and authentic Latin foods.

The City of Conyers, 30 miles east of Atlanta, is the home of the Fiesta Georgia which serves as the unofficial kickoff to Georgia�s Hispanic Heritage Month with a day-long celebration of Latino culture and music festival in the Georgia International Horse Park. Over 30,000 people typically attend.

The 4th annual Hispanic Achievement & Business Leadership Awards (HABLA) will take place on Thursday, October 13 at 103 West in the Buckhead financial district of Atlanta. HABLA serves as the closing ceremony to Hispanic Heritage month in Atlanta. 

The Atlanta Day of the Dead (D�a de los Muertos) takes place on Sunday, November 6 at Atlantic Station. Atlanta D�a de los Muertos is a long-established Mexican celebration that brings together family and friends to remember past friends and family members. Atlanta Day of the Dead is an interactive, educational and cultural celebration of Mexican culture. The festival features live musical and cultural performances, traditional altars and activities for children, sponsor displays with free product samples, arts and crafts, and authentic food. 

For more information about top events in Georgia take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Georgia.

For more information on these events visit

Palm Beach Events

Between its 38 cities, Palm Beach County offers an array of premier entertaining activities and events. Here are a few over the next few months.

The crown jewel of art fairs, the American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF) is at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach from February 5 to 13. Some 80 exhibitors from over 13 countries representing fine art � from classical antiquity to contemporary � return for the fair�s 15th year in The Palm Beaches.

Renowned international dealers present fine jewelry, art and antiques � showcasing premium examples in furniture, ceramics, artwork, jewels and watches from over 200 international exhibitors � are at the same venue for the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show from February 18 to 22.

The ArtiGras Fine Art Festival in Jupiter from February 19 to 21 has grown from a local art show to a nationally recognized fine arts festival.

Now in its 49th year, the Delray Affair in Delray Beach from April 15 to 17 is an affair to remember. It is held along Atlantic Avenue in the downtown area of Delray Beach, known as the Village by the Sea. South Florida�s oldest and largest outdoor festival, it is a street festival in every sense of the word.

And summer officially starts with SunFest in Downtown West Palm Beach (this year from April 27 to May 1) � the largest music and art festival in Florida, spotlighting just about every musical genre. Listen to tunes, sip cold drinks, and scope out the vistas around downtown West Palm Beach�s new waterfront.

For more information about top events in Florida take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Florida.

For more information on events in The Palm Beaches visit 

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Foto Rafael Nadal For Armani - Hot Topless Photo

Foto Rafael Nadal For Armani - Hot Topless Photo
The world's number one tennis player, Rafael Nadal, has replaced the position of the sexy footballer Cristiano Ronaldo as the new models of Emporio Armani Underwear. As the newest icon, the Spanish tennis player showing off his sexy body while wearing Emporio Armani underwear.

In addition to replacing Irina Shayk's boyfriend, Nadal followed his

HOMAGE: M.E. Grant's Musical Tribute to Kara Walker

PRLog (Press Release) � Described as a "performance artist and synth-pop fusionist" by pop culture blogger Mervin Malone, New York City native M.E. Grant is on a mission to join modern songs with an epic, MTV-generation sensibility. This aesthetic led to the creation of his previous projects The Love Times 10 EP and Imagination, Volumes I & IIHis latest project draws inspiration from the work of acclaimed visual artist Kara Walker.

"Silhouette"is a collaborative between M.E. and singer-songwriter Lindsey Wilson, who first met while working on a local independent theater production. Look for them both in the song's music video and also in season 2 of the fictional web series "Meg Ramsey." "Silhouette" is available at iTunes, CD Baby and other online retail outlets.  The video was directed by Dylan Bank (Nightmare) of which two versions were produced:

Dahsyatnya Awards 2011 Nominees & Winners

Dahsyatnya Awards 2011 - The Nominees - Winners
This year, RCTI bring back the Dahsyatnya RDS for the third time. This time, Dahsyatnya Award takes the theme of "Unlimited" - Ekspresikan Kedahsyatanmu Tanpa Batas. Through this theme RCTI want to show to the viewers, that there is no limit in expressing all forms of art, especially music. Dahsyatnya Awards was initiated by RCTI as a form of high

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