STREET ART —S— for Sources + ” Shoes Up ! ”… STREET ART in “Shoes Up!”— Nos Blogs et Nos Sources —

14 Jun

Best of:

Nota Bene —November 2012:
That List has been revised since … but that the way it was a few months ago
+
Also, with 2013 coming up: we are going to revise, revisit,
start again
and delete, add new posts … New Blogs, based on a couple of them:
A Cup of Coffee in Paris
Language Coop + 4.74
Le Journal du pauvre …
see you in the New World
 
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Edito :

STREET ART = Le Street Art a beaucoup évolué depuis les premiers métros et murs de New York. Utilisée à tort et à travers, son expression s’est galvaudée. Et les marques de luxe l’ont définitivement sortie de la rue en s’arrachant les légendes à l’origine de ce mouvement qui s’est exporté dans le monde entier. Est-ce un bien ou un mal ? La question reste entière et recèle son lot de polémiques : rue contre galerie, ou encore rue et galerie, à message ou sans message. Plutôt que de rejouer l’éternel ping-pong entre le pour et le contre, nous avons préféré laisser simplement la parole aux artistes qui nous ont touchés. Grâce à leurs oeuvres et, pour certains, à leurs combats, nous avons voyagé en France, en Italie, au Brésil, en Argentine, au Mexique, en Russie, en Ukraine, en Egypte, au Sénégal, en Palestine. D’installations revendicatrices combattant l’individualisme en immenses artworks hyper colorés, il nous apparaît évident (et difficile à contredire) que l’impact sur le monde et les gens d’un travail dans la rue est impossible à recréer ailleurs. Pour tous les artistes, ils sont unanimes, la rue est le lieu des rencontres, de le réflexion et de l’échange. C’est là que leurs oeuvres font sens. Arpentez les pages de ce numéro #36. Ce ne sont pas des rues, mais elles offrent un beau point de vue.

STREET ART  = Street Art has very much evolved ever since the first walls and subways in NYC. The expression has become corny, for everyone use it in the wrong. Nowadays, luxury brands want to team up with these legends that started the movement, which then went worldwide. Whether it is good or bad, we could talk about that for years. Street Art… That’s an enormous topic with all kind of polemical wondering. Pro/Against, street/ gallery or both, message/no message… We asked ourselves all these questions but we thought it was better to let the artists talk. We were touched by all the messages conveyed by these people. Through their works, and for several, through their struggles, we have travelled to Brasil, Argentina, Russia, Ukrain, Mexico, Egypt, Senegal, Palestine, France, Italy. From the installation protesting against individualism, to the huge, hypercolored artworks, there’s something we’ve noticed, and that, no one can prove us wrong : a work in the street will never have the same impact on people and on the world as a work of art in a gallery. For the artists, and everyone agrees, street equals meeting people, sharing things, wondering and trading things. Works that mean everything once they’re in the streets. All you have to do is read this 36th issue of Shoes-Up. Have a good trip.

 
Au sommaire de Shoes-Up #36 actuellement en kiosque :
 

SOURCES: Newspapers, Magazines, Media, Websites et al.

(Another Press Review –as an example & the link only will remain soon …It is an endless quest; but, ours is very modest :-)

On a compris: c’est infini –nous faisons uniquement un tri d’infos culturelles surtout, à partir de 50 media +

Autre exemple de revue de presse; on laisse le lien et on y revient)

http://www.socioecopofi.com/pages/comprendre-notre-economie/revue-de-presse.php

 

 

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1ére Liste informelle et un peu fouillis

The List is not exhaustive and will be completed as times goes by)

  1. Aftenbladt
  2. Aftenpost
  3. Asia Times online
  4. Ateliers d’Art
  5. BBC News
  6. OnHa’Aetz                                                         
  7.     New York Times                                       
  8. Le Flambeau                           
  9. Le Monde                                                 
  10.   Fokus                                       
  11. Lire                                                               
  12. The Guardian
  13. Discover                                                          
  14. Les Echos                                                     
  15. International Herald Tribune
  16. Dz-Rider                                                          
  17. Livres Hebdo                                               
  18. Milennio Semanal
  19. Elaph                                                              
  20. Liberation                                                    
  21. P W
  22. To Ethnos                                                       
  23. Shoes Up!                                                     
  24. The Star                                  
  25. Expert                                                            
  26. Standard                                                        
  27. Tempo              
  28. Zdorobije = здоровье
  29. Visao                                                              
  30. Le Temps
  31. Il fatto Quotidiano                                  
  32. La Voz del Interior
  33. Info Ouvrières
  34. InRockuptibles                                         
  35. Democracy Now !
  36. Courrier Picard
  37. La Voix de Nord
  38. La Marseillaise
  39. Ouest france
  40. Le Figaro/Madame et al.
  41. Sciences Humaines
  42. Courrier International
  43. Vogue
  44. Métiers d’Arts
  45. Textile Network
  46. Officiel
  47. Journal du textile
  48. Intranews
  49. Rolling Stone
  50. Rock & Folk
  51. VG
  52. WSJ
  53. Science et Vie
  54. L’equipe
  55. La tribune
  56. Studio live
  57. Blablablah –The end
  58. Happy Life (by Club Med)
  59. Rappels,Le Mag des Théatres
  60. Sens et finances, Le journal des nouveaux philanthropes

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As is normal, we think:

our sources should be well advertised and sometimes … well, not for Libé, NyT, Democracy Now! maybe — they are quoted on a daily basis;

but, it is very possible that some sources be overlooked, forgotten. We have a couple of Blogs based solely on info, Media, etc.

This list will be cleaned, organized over the next few weeks :-)

so we dedicate this post to All our Sources: Thanks

and, yes ”Shoes Up ! is a magazine we are reading/perusing as we speak. Well, it may not be our most constant source of inspiration …

and you won’t see Many Shoes on Our Blogs ? Ok, but, please have a thought for ” Shoes Up!” Today. Please.

+ Reminder: Our Blogs are Citations, Quotations, Compilations – as the Paper.li curator better illustrates.

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