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Download Revolutionart Magazine #38: ANIMAL

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The huge  October-November edition has been released. Hundreds of colourful pages inspired on the animal kingdom and coverins issues like animal extinction, animal rights and animal species.

As always Revolutionart Magazine intends to raise awareness on themes that really mattes, combining the content with all the crative and artistic sources as possible.

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The first shop collection Spring–Summer 2013 by WHAT’S MORE ALIVE THAN YOU®


On July 20, the presentation of pre-SHOP COLLECTION of shoes and bags for Spring Summer 2013 season, signed What’s More Alive Than You® and now at the showroom in Milan Daniele Ghiselli, will finish.
The entire SHOP COLLECTION Spring Summer 2013 will then be presented to international retailers from September 19 to October 19 during Milan Fashion Week.

What’s More Alive Than You® produces each season two collections: the SHOP COLLECTION, reserved to retailers and PERMANENT COLLECTION for the private public on sale online at the store e-commerce of the brand.

CollectionsWhat’s More Alive Than You® are unique, realized through the online involvement of designers, fashion and design professionals and students of universities of architecture, art, design and fashion design from over 54 countries.

Each product of the collections is due to the selection of projects collected through periodic CALL FOR FASHION DESIGN, bound to a specific collection, seasonal. The selected designers receive a royalty of 5% for each product sold, as long as the article remains in the pertaining collection.
On air In these days and up to October 3, the CALL FOR FASHION DESIGN FOUR # for next collections Fall_Winter 2013_2014

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Intersection: Intimacy & Spectacle -undisciplined art in Prague


As part of the next Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, the world´s largest performance design event held in Prague once every four years, Intersection: Intimacy and Spectacle will transform Prague, introducing to the city center an ephemeral artistic dwelling composed of thirty boxes. These boxes will be inhabited for the duration of the Prague Quadrennial from June 16-26, 2011 by performative projects realized and performed by scenographers, performers, choreographers, visual artists, film directors, drama theatres, installation artists, fashion designers, writers, and painters, etc… Thus suggesting an interesting cohabitation: where else could you find an installation gathering such varied artists as Romeo Castellucci, a major European theatre director and one of the key figures of the Avignon festival, Markus Schinwald, Austria´s representative at the next Venice Bienale, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, unmissable Ukrainian-born visual artists, Anna Viebrock, the famous German scenographer, Josef Nadj, choreographer and director of the Centre Chorégraphique National d’Orléans, and many others? This outdoor performing exhibition will be a journey for audiences, explained by Intersection Curator and the Prague Quadrennial Artistic Director Sodja Lotker, "It will all question one and the same thing: what is performance? And who is performing? Is theatre something theatrical – an illusion, a straight-forward lie? Or is theatre just one of the basic ways to express ourselves? …everyday"" Out of the boxes, the Intersection project will cover the entire city of Prague, thanks to various site-specific spectacles and installations, created by Árpád Schilling / Krétakör, Claudia Bosse / theatercombinat, and many others.

The Intersection project is organized by the Prague Quadrennial (CZ) in cooperation with New Theatre Institute of Latvia (LV) // Escrita na Paisagem Festival de Performance e Artes da Terra (PT) // the Victoria and Albert Museum (GB) // Kiosk (RS) // Krétakör (HU) // the National Theatre in Prague (CZ) // MiBAC-Direzione Generale per lo Spettacolo dal vivo (IT) // Kiasma Theatre, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art (FI).

Following the Prague Quadrennial, during 2011 parts of the Intersection project will travel to Santacangelo (IT), Munich (DE), Évora (PT), Bergen (NO), Riga (LAT), Nitra (SK), Terni (IT), Belgrade (RS), Helsinki (FI), and Budapest (HU).

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