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HOMMAGE A LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI - Exposition à Turin, Italie

21 Octobre 2016, 19:02pm

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Hommage à Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Turin - Octobre 12-23 2016

11 Octobre 2016, 18:43pm

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"Vision Test" by Kyung-Nyun Richards

30 Août 2016, 06:20am

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"Vision Test" by Kyung-Nyun Richards

Cross-Cultural Communications, NY

“Kyung-Nyun Richards' poetry is powered by her integrity, her honesty and her wisdom, all of which exemplify her strengths and her delicacy. One senses a real experience of her knowledge of life’s ‘dismays and rainbows,’ to quote Dylan Thomas.’’ —Peter Thabit Jones, Poet, dramatist, editor & publisher of The Seventh Quarry “If you’re the type of reader who wonders whether it is better to be reincarnated as a tree rather than as a bloom, then Vision Test by Kyung-Nyun Kim Richards is the book for you. . . . Like William Blake’s work, this book fuses the Western and Eastern sensitivities.’’ —Hal Sirowitz, Former Poet Laureate of Queens, New York “In her Vision Test, Kyung-Nyun Kim Richards has captured many aspects of life, as trivial as a report card or a vision test, as common as a tree or a clam.” —Hong Ai Bai, Co-Author, A Break in Passing Clouds: Improvisations of Chinese Poems Kyung-Nyun Kim Richards . . . unique sensibility brings forth the world of her ordinary experiences in deep and generous lyrical language. —Kwon Young-Min, Critic & Prof. of Korean Literature 128pp $15.00 paper/ISBN 978-0-89304-220-2 Publication date: April 30, 2016 Shipping: $5.00 U.S./$10.00 Foreign; add $.50/$5.00 each additional copy. NYS residents 8 5/8% sales tax.

VISION TEST by Kyung-Nyun Kim Richards

Cover art by Gianpiero Actis

Cover design by Li Yao

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IMMAGINE & POESIA (Anthology) 2016 - Poems and Images from the World

23 Juin 2016, 04:47am

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"Fine" poem by Mariateresa Caselli. "Winter Sea" (Verso l'ignoto), painting by Gianpiero Actis

21 Juin 2016, 18:07pm

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"Winter Sea"
"Winter Sea"

Fine

Ho capito che è la fine

Non ho saputo darti quello che cercavi

Troppa dolcezza, troppa sottomissione

E stai volando altrove

Peccato...che io ti amo tanto!

MARIATERESA CASELLI

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"Time" painting by Lalit Jain, India. "Attesa" poem by Mariateresa Caselli, Italy

21 Juin 2016, 17:58pm

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Time, painting by Lalit Jain, India
Time, painting by Lalit Jain, India

Attesa

Per chi vive di sogni

Come me

Il momento più bello è l'attesa

Di sentirti

Di vederti

Di interessarti

Di stringerti

Di rivivere in te

Di sciogliermi d'amore con te !

MARIATERESA CASELLI

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"Due coniugi artisti" poème par Eralda Andreo Trovero, Italie

3 Avril 2016, 18:57pm

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"Due coniugi artisti" poème par Eralda Andreo Trovero, Italie

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Marsha Solomon Retrospective ... Traces of My Brush

30 Mars 2016, 04:03am

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Marsha Solomon Retrospective ... Traces of My Brush

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

"Marsha Solomon Retrospective … Traces of My Brush"

April 4-29, 2016 Opening Reception – Sunday, April 10, 2-4 pm

New York painter Marsha Solomon, a master of both contemporary realism and abstraction will be featured in "Traces of My Brush" her first retrospective exhibition at Fairleigh Dickinson's Edward Williams Gallery, curated by Diana Soorikian, from April 4 to 29, 2016. Selections from four different series of paintings will be included and will cover more than 20 years of Solomon's lyrical, colorful work. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

Solomon's large, color field abstractions from the series "From Rhythm to Form" reflect the influence of the New York School of Abstract Expressionism. They have often been likened to the paintings of Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, and Robert Motherwell. With transparent pools of intense pigment surrounded by thick, vigorous brushstrokes, they chronicle the duality of activity and quietude. They are like ying-yang symbols enacted in paint, inviting deep reflection and evoking a contemplative state.

Her response to nature and to the brush arts of Asia can be seen in "Vines and Flowers." For this series, Solomon studied classical sumi-e ink techniques as practiced by the 15th and 16th century poet-painters of China. "Winter Branch" translates revered practices into a vibrant contemporary nature study.

In her series, "Tapestries" and "The Edge of Color" in both acrylic on canvas and works on paper, Solomon mines the creative possibilities found in groups of objects, from patterns in fabrics, to the forms of plants and flowers, to the translucencies of colored glass. Her still life paintings are alive with line and color. Solomon states, "For me, a still life is never still."

Marsha Solomon is represented by Able Fine Art Gallery in NY and Seoul, Korea. Her work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries both nationally and internationally. It has been reviewed and featured in magazines and newspapers. "Traces of My Brush" is her first retrospective, and her second solo exhibition in New Jersey. There is an opening reception on Sunday, April 10th from 2-4 p.m. and the artist will be present to discuss her work. Also, at the same time, the All Seasons Chamber Players will present "String Fling" in the adjacent concert hall.

Marsha Solomon's paintings are filled with bold brushwork, strong lines and bright colors. They evoke a joyous vision, and at the same time a deep tranquility. In the field of contemporary art, where concepts and politics often drown out the visual, Solomon's paintings are a refuge.

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Edward Williams Gallery, 150 Kotte Place, Hackensack, NJ 07601

Gallery Hours: Weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturdays 9:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Director, Diana Soorikian, For information 201-692-2449

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"Preghiera" poème de Germain Droogenbroodt, Belgique / Espagne

10 Janvier 2016, 20:24pm

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Preghiera

Non venire come luce troppo chiara,
che abbaglia la vista

Non venire
come l’oscurità inconcepibile

Ma vieni come la spina che annuncia
la presumibile
vicinanza della rosa.

Germain Droogenbroodt

dans la langue d'origine néerlandaise

VERZOEK

Kom niet als licht
dat al te fel
het oog verblindt

kom evenmin als duister
dat onvatbaar is

maar kom veeleer
als doorn
die verkondigt:

de roos
is in handbereik.

POINT Editions: poesie di poeti conosciuti e sconosciuti da tutto il mondo.

Germain Droogenbroodt in Margutte

dans la langue d'origine néerlandaise

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"I Re Magi" poésie d'Eralda Andreo Trovero, Caravino, Italie

6 Janvier 2016, 17:12pm

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L'Adorazione dei Magi è un affresco (200x185 cm) di Giotto, databile al 1303-1305 circa e facente parte del ciclo della Cappella degli Scrovegni a Padova (Wikipedia)

L'Adorazione dei Magi è un affresco (200x185 cm) di Giotto, databile al 1303-1305 circa e facente parte del ciclo della Cappella degli Scrovegni a Padova (Wikipedia)

Sui cammelli dall’immenso Oriente guidati

da una stella lucente sono arrivati

i Re Magi carichi di mirra, incenso ed oro,

mentre gli angeli cantano gioiosi in coro,

questi doni hanno portato

al Divin Redentore appena nato.

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