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Shaping The Noises Of Animals Into A Grand Symphonic Sound Installation

Composer-performer and “soundscape ecologist” Bernie Krause has used 5,000 hours of field recordings, made over 50 years and featuring 15,000 species, to create The Great Animal Orchestra, commissioned in 2016 by the Fondation Cartier in Paris and opening this year in the US and Australia in 2023. – Artnet
Tags: Art, Music, Australia, US, Paris, Fondation Cartier, Bernie Krause


Double Flower Power: Florae-Van Cleef and Arpels & Damien Hirst -Cherry Blossoms

The summer flowers in Paris have recently faded away but beautiful blooms can still be savored in two exhibitions this fall.   In the elegant courtyard of Hôtel d’Évreux in Place Vendôme, is the Van Cleef and Arpels show Florae. Japanese photographer Mika Ninagawa has created a kaleidoscope of highly saturated images of flowers projected on mirrored panels in a darkened, maze-like setting. In between the panels are one-hundred vintage and present-day pieces of Van Cleef jewelry floating i...
Tags: Travel, France, Paris, Damien Hirst, Van Cleef, Hirst, Left Bank, Fondation Cartier, Museums/Galleries/Exhibits, Richard Nahem, Mika Ninagawa, Florae Van Cleef, Double Flower Power


David Lynch's bizarre new Netflix short is a perfect companion to this quinoa recipe

David Lynch celebrated his 20th birthday by dropping a delightfully bizarre new short film on Netflix called WHAT DID JACK DO? The 17-minute-long murder mystery, which originally premiered at the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain in Paris in November 2017, stars Lynch as a grizzled detective interrogating a capuchin monkey named Jack. It's weird, and wonderful, and totally worth watching. After all, it's only a 17-minute investment. But the black-and-white footage and incongruous tonalit...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Netflix, Paris, Jack, David Lynch, Quinoa, Lynch, Fondation Cartier, Short Films, Art Contemporain, Weird recipes, What Did Jack Do, David Lynch Netflix, JVoves Flickr CC


The Velvet Underground as Peanuts Characters: Snoopy Morphs Into Lou Reed, Charlie Brown Into Andy Warhol

The fun cartoon above was apparently found in a "Guide to the Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol's Factory" published by the French magazine, Les Inrockuptibles in 1990. It came around the same time the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain (located in Paris) held an exhibition dedicated to Andy Warhol. Of course, Warhol famously took a break from painting in the mid-1960s and, among other things, threw his influence behind the up-and-coming NYC band, The Velvet Underground. Serving as the ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, College, Paris, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Nico, Facebook Twitter, Fondation Cartier, Comics/Cartoons, Les Inrockuptibles, Lou Reed Charlie Brown


Mali twist: the photography of Malick Sidibé - in pictures

Known as the Eye of Bamako, Malick Sidibé took photos in dance halls, soirees and his studio. The largest ever exhibition of his work, on display at the Fondation Cartier in Paris until the end of February, includes images taken in the years after Mali’s independence from France in 1960 Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, France, Africa, World news, Culture, Art and design, Paris, Mali, Fondation Cartier, Malick Sidibe, Bamako Malick Sidibé


L’Envol de Cartier

mythical ambrosia favoured by Greek gods as they loitered above the clouds on Mount Olympus photography & words SHINI PARK created for CARTIER The lifts at Fondation Cartier pour L’Art Contamporain glide up without hesitation, gradually lending a slightly more scenic view over the 14th arrondissement at each level. The hubbub of the foyer is long since muffled as I step off onto the top floor and into the office/laboratory of Cartier in-house perfumer, Mathilde Laurent. Later I would r...
Tags: Religion, Paris, Fragrance, Guerlain, Laurent, Mathilde, Mount Olympus, Cartier, Fondation Cartier, A Closer Look, Phillipe Starck


A Feast for the Senses: Tasting Perfume, Viewing Scents and Inhaling Love with Cartier’s, Mathilde Laurent

I'm welcomed into Cartier's in-house perfumer, Mathilde Laurent's office/laboratory on the top floor of the Jean Nouvel designed building, Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain, in Paris, by the lady herself who’s wearing a pair of very "rock and roll chic," gold Converse All Star shoes on her feet, a Cartier Juste Un Clou bracelet around her wrist, complete with a wide smile on
Tags: Art, Paris, Jean Nouvel, Cartier, Fondation Cartier


This Is What Extinction Sounds Like

We are all witnesses to climate change's devastating impact on our world. We just have to stop and listen. It was spring 2004. The air was cool and still, the encroaching dawn light outlined the horizon; and there, in the heart of California’s Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, was Bernie Krause busily setting up his microphone. The soundscape ecologist recorded the symphony of the forest’s sounds that day: the gurgle of the gushing stream; the melodic birdsong from sparrows and woodpeckers, robins an...
Tags: News, California, Paris, Huffington Post, Sugarloaf, Dominique Mosbergen, Glen Ellen, Cai Guo Qiang, Krause, Fondation Cartier


Paris Nightlife: How to save on bars, clubs and culture

Paris usually takes a backseat to New York or Berlin when it comes to nightlife options. Things are a bit more relaxed in Paris, but the good news is that there’s no shortage of budget options, whether you’re in a party mood or looking for something a bit more sedate or cultural. We’ve shown you how to save on dining and hotels, and now let’s break down the nightlife scene into a few categories to make things clear — and affordable! Nighttime transportation Metro: No matter what you do at nigh...
Tags: New York, France, Berlin, Bars, Museums, Paris, Tokyo, Nightlife, Seine, Clubs, Dailycheapo, Paris Things To Do, Metro, Marais, Paris Budget Tips, Les Halles


Street workers and stray dogs: the film noir world of Fernell Franco – in pictures

His job as a bike courier took Fernell Franco from the drug dealers on the corner to backstreet billiard rooms and the red light district. His shadowy photographs provide a vampiric portrait of his hometown of Cali, Colombia• Cali Clair-Obscur: Fernell Franco is at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, 6 February to June 5 Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Prostitution, Americas, World news, Colombia, Culture, Art and design, Paris, Exhibitions, Sex trade, Fernell Franco, Cali Clair Obscur, Fondation Cartier