Repressed because of her cleavage: in support, Femen invest the Musée d’Orsay

A young woman had been rejected at the entrance of the museum because of her outfit.

Last week, a young woman was refused entry to the Musée d’Orsay, because of her cleavage. Indeed, his outfit was deemed inappropriate by the security officers. ” They stare at my breasts, I feel excruciatingly embarrassed and I don’t quite understand what’s going on
“, She explained in an open letter posted on social networks.

Very quickly, this incident created controversy, because of its discriminatory nature. To apologize, the Musée d’Orsay subsequently evoked a ” monumental error
“, Adding that visitors were not subject to any clothing restrictions, reports Le Figaro.

To support the young woman and express their dissatisfaction following this incident, a group of Femen activists took over the Musée d’Orsay this Sunday, September 13 at the end of the morning. On the videos posted on social networks, we see feminists, topless obviously, shouting slogans such as ” Obscenity is in your eyes
! ” or ” This is not obscene
“. The activists then left the building, applauding themselves.

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[POPULER GLOBAL] Lukashenko: If Belarus Falls, Russia Will Be Next | Confide is prohibited from entering the museum because breasts are visible page all

KOMPAS.com – President Belarus Alexander Lukashenko insisted that he would not resign from his position despite being urged to resign by his people for weeks the most popular news from global channels from Thursday (10/9/2020) to Friday (11/9/2020).

Most popular news another came from India where a 90-year-old grandmother was raped while waiting for a milkman.

Here we present other most popular news from global channels below.

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1. President Lukashenko: If Belarus Fall, Russia Next

Lukashenko is adamant that he will not step down from his post despite weeks of pressure from his people.

He also blames United States of America ( AS) who are the masterminds behind the mass protests in Belarus. He also gave warnings to Russian journalists.

What are Lukashenko’s warnings? Read more here.

Also read: President Lukashenko: If Belarus Falls, Russia Will Be Next

2. Confide is prohibited from entering Museum Because of visible breasts, this girl is blasphemed by netizens

A woman is prohibited from entering the Quai d’Orsay Artwork Museum in Paris, unless she wears her jacket even in the summer.

He then shared via Twitter and got reactions from other Twitter users.

Why is he banned from entering museum? What’s the full story? Read more here.

Also read: Confide is prohibited from entering the museum because of visible breasts, this girl is blasphemed by netizens

3. 90-year-old grandmother in India is raped while waiting for a milkman

A 90 year old woman (elderly) in India was raped and tortured while waiting for a milkman.

The rapist approached the grandmother on September 7, where she admitted that the officer the victim was waiting for would not come.

What is the complete chronology? You can read it here.

Also read: 90 year old grandmother in India raped while waiting for milkman

4. Trump: Kim Jong Un Sebut Barack Obama “A**hole”

President of the United States (US) Donald Trump briefly demeaned the previous president, Barack Obama, as “a ** hole (bastard)”.

The claim was made in front of the Leader North Korea Kim Jong Un.

Why did Trump say that to Kim? Read more here.

Also read: Trump: Kim Jong Un Sebut Barack Obama A**hole

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[POPULER GLOBAL] Lukashenko: If Belarus Falls, Russia Will Be Next

KOMPAS.com – President Belarus Alexander Lukashenko insisted that he would not resign from his position despite being urged to resign by his people for weeks the most popular news from global channels from Thursday (10/9/2020) to Friday (11/9/2020).

Most popular news another came from India where a 90-year-old grandmother was raped while waiting for a milkman.

Here we present other most popular news from global channels below.

Also read: [POPULER GLOBAL] Indonesian Professor Wins Best Lecturer Title in Germany | AztraZeneca Coronavirus Vaccine Testing Postponed

1. President Lukashenko: If Belarus Fall, Russia Next

Lukashenko is adamant that he will not resign from his post despite weeks of pressure from his people.

He also blames United States of America ( AS) who are the masterminds behind the mass protests in Belarus. He also gave warnings to Russian journalists.

What are Lukashenko’s warnings? Read more here.

Also read: President Lukashenko: If Belarus Falls, Russia Will Be Next

2. Confide is prohibited from entering Museum Because of visible breasts, this girl is blasphemed by netizens

A woman is prohibited from entering the Quai d’Orsay Artwork Museum in Paris, unless she wears her jacket even in the summer.

He then shared via Twitter and got reactions from other Twitter users.

Why is he barred from entering museum? What’s the full story? Read more here.

Also read: Confide is prohibited from entering the museum because of visible breasts, this girl is blasphemed by netizens

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The Warrens reveal the truth about Annabelle’s disappearance

No, Annabelle has not escaped from the Warren Museum of the Occult in Connecticut. Photo. Warner Bros.

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No, Annabelle has not escaped the Warren Museum of the Occult in Connecticut. Despite the thousands of memes and jokes that circulated on the network, the most famous demon doll of the last decade is still safe in the facilities. Fans of the paranormal can go back to sleep peacefully.

The Warren’s son-in-law, Tony Spera, posted a video on YouTube about Annabelle’s alleged “escape” on August 1. It all came from a fake Wikipedia entry in which it was assured that the doll had disappeared. Twitter users quickly picked up on the rumor and the devil toy was trending all weekend.

However, as is often the case in these macabre stories, most of the information is false.

I’m here to tell you something, I don’t know if you want to hear it or not, but Annabelle didn’t escape. Annabelle is alive. Well, I shouldn’t say alive. But Annabelle is here, in all her infamous glory. She never left the museum, “Spera explains in the YouTube video.

Spera then gets up to show showcase in which the doll is still in a safe place.

Photo: screenshot

Although the Museum of the Occult closed its doors in 2017 due to breaches of security measures Thanks to the growing success of the Warren File franchise, many fans and tourists continue to try to go and take a look at the demonic objects that the pair of researchers gathered during their work.

For them, the head of the Museum has a message.

Remember, I have high-tech security here. If she had left the museum, she would have known immediately if something happened or someone entered. I have good alarm systems, and the police respond very quickly, in just a couple of minutes. “

Lastly, Spera too dedicated a few words to warn to all the people who have joked about Annabelle’s escape with memes that this is no joke. “Annabelle is here. She didn’t go anywhere. She didn’t take a trip. She didn’t fly first class and didn’t go out to visit her boyfriend. She is here. Let’s put the rumors aside, guys. I appreciate all the concern. But I would worry if Annabelle really escaped because it is not a topic to joke about, “he said.

The third installment of The Warren File was scheduled to hit theaters in the fall of this year, but delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic have forced its fixation. release date June 2021.

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Second museum on optical illusions in Limburg | 1Limburg

Limburg has gained another museum since Saturday: the Museum of Illusions opens its doors in Maastricht.

The museum is focused on optical illusions. That is to say: what you see with your eyes, your brain interprets differently.

Neurowetenschap
The museum will be located in Mosae Forum and will look into neuroscience in an educational way, the museum states. The Maastricht collection consists of seventy ‘museum pieces’.

Museum chain
Museum of Illusions has existed as a concept since 2015 and is said to be the fastest growing museum chain in the world. The first museum opened in Zagreb, followed by cities like Rome, Dubai, New York, Paris, Shanghai and Toronto. And now also Maastricht.

educations
According to the museum, the provincial capital was chosen because of courses such as Maastricht University and the Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts and Design.

Optical illusion
Museum of Illusions is the second museum in Limburg that focuses specifically on optical illusions: optical illusions have been on display at Mind Mystery in Horst since the autumn of 2018.

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6 historical tours in one click

Royal

Cathedral basilica of Saint-Denis

Few religious buildings combine with as much force spirituality and history. Built over the tomb of saint Denis, beheaded in 250, the basilica, elevated to the rank of cathedral houses the tombs of 43 kings and 32 queens. If we except a passage through the mass grave, after the Terror, all found here their last resting place. It is within the framework of the ” us To the basilica ! “(project to promote the meeting between the site and the inhabitants of the city) that has been created this virtual tour with the help of three young Dionysiens trained in photography at 360 degrees. Plans allow you to view all of the basilica to get to easily in the bedside, with recumbent figures, or in the garden.

→ TO READ. 5 things to know before visiting the basilica of Saint-Denis

Inaccessible in real life, the great Cavaillé-Coll organ give a spectacular view over the nave. Written documents and sound enrich the visit with explanations of the specific characteristics of the sites, as well as on the story of abbot Suger and his conviction that the beauty and harmony of ornaments make it easier to mystical illumination. basilique360.fr

Majestic

Castle of Chambord

If it’s not a place of power, the castle of Chambord manifest the power of the kings of France. Francis Ier the building to the glory of this palace, which became the emblem of the French Renaissance. He comes here for the hunting, taking advantage of its location in the heart of the forest game, but spent only a few tens of days, in thirty-two years of reign. If it brings not much information, the virtual tour provides a nice overview of the castle.

→ TO READ. Chambord, between republican monarchy, and power diplomatic

Is required first the vision of an imposing building, and yet lightweight, by the exuberance of its chimneys and carved capitals. Different 360 degree views from terraces and roofs, where contrast freestone and slate, and allow you to understand the building within its environment of marshy lands solognotes. Of the south façade, one enters the great room in cross, with its vaulted coffered decorated with emblems of Francis Ier, and the double stairway, architectural element, the most striking of the castle. A pity that this virtual tour done before the restoration of the gardens to the French in 2017 do not realize. podibus.com/Chambord_VR

Pacifist

Memorial of Verdun

In 1967, the founders of the Memorial of Verdun have the ambition of making the city lorraine, the ” world capital of peace “. Fifty years earlier, from February to December 1917, the battle of Verdun resulted in more than 700,000 victims, German and French, without the two armies will not be able to move the lines of their war of position. First place of remembrance for the veterans of the First world War, the Memorial has since 2016 the conflict under a point of view of the franco-German.

→ TO READ. The memorial of Verdun, a past reconciled

Since the containment, it offers a virtual tour, a part of which only is free. The complete tour, at a price of 3 € to support the museum and have access to the information and audio-visual documents of the rich permanent exhibition. There are discussed with pedagogy the context and the main places of fights, and there are very concrete things, such as uniforms, supplies and the daily lives of fighters holed up in shell holes. memorial-verdun-360.fr

Jealously looked upon

Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte

Success meteoric Nicolas Fouquet, no more than the castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte. The superintendent of finance had brought together the greatest talents of his time (the architect Louis Le Vau, the painter Charles Le Brun and the landscape gardener André Le Nôtre) to build the castle that caused his loss : Louis XIV took umbrage at his pomp, and did it throw them in jail, before asking the same artists to build Versailles.

→ TO READ. In the underground river of Vaux-le-Vicomte

Two virtual tours allow you to explore this magnificent building, furnished and decorated as at the time of Fouquet, as well as its gardens, which foreshadow the style of the French. The lack of comments may be offset by
online exhibitions. One, ” Louis XIV/Nicholas Fouquet : A history of taste “, beyond the perpetual opposition between the two men to acknowledge their artistic visions common ; the other, ” Vaux-le-Vicomte, a masterpiece step by step “, commented on the model whose splendor and the harmonious composition inspired the whole of Europe. artsandculture.google.com

Reinvented

Castle of Pierrefonds

With its towers, its keep, its battlements, covered, and its machicolations, this imposing castle in the Oise, at the edge of the forest of Compiègne, has all the features of the medieval building. There remains, however, that the ruins when Napoleon III is concerned with the building constructed at the end of the XIVe century by the duke Louis of Orleans, and dismantled in the SEVENTEENTHe. The head of State entrusted the reconstruction to the architect Viollet-le-Duc, who re-creates of all parts on the model of an ideal castle in the Middle Age.

→ TO READ. Lying ones and those praying : the forgotten treasures of Pierrefonds

The virtual tour, which begins with a panoramic view outside, and is accompanied by texts which detail every step : the drawbridge, the courtyard, the chapel, with his head in gray stone, the remains of the medieval building, the great room of preuses… clicks on items in the world can approach and obtain explanations. A map shows at any time where the virtual visitor and the orientation of its field of vision. chateau-pierrefonds.fr

Shows

► The Pantheon

Votive church desired in 1744 by Louis XV, after having survived an unexplained fever, the building was transformed at the death of Mirabeau, a leading figure in revolutionary Pantheon which will be met in the tombs of the great men of France. On seventy-four personalities who have a tomb or a funerary urn, only four women are buried to their personal merit : Marie Curie in a coffin surrounded by a layer of lead, his body continuing to send waves of radioactive, resistant Germaine Tillion and Geneviève de Gaulle-Anthonioz and the politician Simone Veil.

→ TO READ. Who will enter the hall of fame ?

If, strangely enough, the virtual tour does not reach the crypt, it offers stunning views of the facade, the roofs and the dome which dominate a part of Paris, the nave, the memorial to the national Convention and the Foucault pendulum, placed there in 1851 by the physicist of the same name, in the search of a tall building to prove the rotation of the Earth. paris-pantheon.fr

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Niels Hansen Jacobsen, the sculptor of the metamorphoses, at the Musée Bourdelle

A troll monumental is invited to the Musée Bourdelle in Paris. Claws, this creature escaped from the nordic mythology is one of the most famous works in Denmark, the sculptor Niels Hansen Jacobsen. At Vejen, his native village, a copy of the Troll who smells the flesh of christians throne in front of the house-museum of this man, close to anarchistic ideas. Erected in the centre a fountain of hot water, the monster is covered with stalactites in the winter and takes, among the fumes of a vapor, an allure, more fantastic still.

→ VIRTUAL TOUR. Jacobsen, sculptor of the bizarre

This charming museum is rich in works by Danish, symbolist or art nouveau, is to be enlarged, its director, Teresa Nielsen, had the idea to propose in Paris for the loan of works by Jacobsen. A real discovery for the French public who could not admire that the three masks of the artist in 2008, at the Musée d’orsay.

Rodin, Gauguin, Redon… as inspirations

The exhibition at the Bourdelle Museum is all the more interesting, as it reveals the productive relationship of the Danes with France. In 1892 and 1902, the sculptor, lived in Paris, in the Cité fleurie at 65, boulevard Arago. Many nordic artists had a workshop, as well as the ceramists Paul Jeanneney, and Jean Carries, illustrated by cartoonist switzerland Eugène Grasset… Their neighbourhood, as well as a visit to the great Rodin, the discovery of the ceramics of Gauguin, paintings and dream Gustave Moreau, black, charcoal drawings of Odilon Redon, and many works of symbolist or art nouveau have renewed deeply the inspiration of Jacobsen. This is confirmed by the multiple correspondence orchestrated around his creations by the director of the Bourdelle Museum, Amélie Simier and the art historian, Jérôme Godeau.

→ (RE)READ. The art of transmission Gustave Moreau

Still a bit academic, Death and the Motherbased on a tale of his compatriot Andersen, left quickly the place to works of a symbolism very singular. See this great Shadow (1897) emaciated, crawling along the ground and all in arabesques, sinuous as a spectrum. Jacobsen not a big fan of anything as long as to freeze in the plaster figures, moving, fears, elusive, in the image of The Night haunting, at the same time, the sculptures of Antoine Bourdelle and Victor Prouvé. Fascinated by the metamorphosis, Danish, faithful to Andersen, invented a Little Mermaid hybrid cross between the coral reef, the carp and the woman

Vases and masks in response to japonisme

Soon, the alchemy of ceramics, which thrives in the flower City, draws. At the end of the XIXe century, japonisme has delivered the sandstone rustic fashion, with their enamel are subjected to the whims of the fire. Jacobsen draws vases devilishly experimental. One evokes a mountain landscape, other vents or vulvas roses and rods are veined in blue, still others in crucibles organic which flows here a pair of ears, a lizard, a face-threatening…

→ HISTORY. The Musée d’ennery, the high place of the japanese ones

Influenced by the noh theater, and by the grotesque figures of Carries, the Danish also creates masks in sandstone. For example, the face of his wife, the painter Anna Gabriele Rohde, who passed away in 1902, which seems to float in the void like an apparition, and bathed in tears, thanks to a masterful control of dribbling of the enamel. Other masks, ravinés like old bark, and the convening of the figures fabulous appearing of the world new year’s eve : The Fall horned, crumpled and a whole troop of Troll. Away from his country, Jacobsen keeps up with the scandinavian folklore.

Fight pacifist in Denmark

He returned, moreover, permanently in Denmark, after her widowhood. In 1903, the monument to The native Languagesketched – irony of history – a model in paris, is erected, not far from his native village, at Skibelund Krat. A sanctuary of ancient tombs, the vikings, located on the border with the Jutland in the South, has been occupied since 1864 by the Prussians. Dug into the hill, an amphitheatre of greenery is deploying bleachers turned to the territory amputated. For decades, until the reunification of Jutland in 1920, thousands of activists Danish, of which our artist, were there to demonstrate, discuss and sing patriotic songs, hoping that the wind would carry their voices to their brothers, in the distance. The monument to the Mother tongue of Jacobsen, reproduced on postcards sent from the other side of the border, became a symbol of the peaceful struggle. The artist carved the other monuments for this site, near which he even kept a long-time workshop.

In the cemetery of Vejen, rustling of tweets, his ultimate creations are hiding between the squares of boxwood and decorations are rustic with branches of fir trees. These are stelae surprising – one of which is for the grave of his parents, similar to the standing stones of the Vikings, but decorated with plant motifs and patterns art nouveau. As distant hints of his parisian stay…

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Christophe Léribault, director daring the Musée des Beaux-arts, Paris

That’s three months that he waited for this moment. During the containment, Christophe Léribault came every day, by metro, to watch over his dear Little Palace, to inspect the reserves and negotiate of long hours on the phone the reports of its programming. The superb collection of drawings French of Louis-Antoine and Véronique Prat, hung on the rails since mid-march, but remained invisible, can finally be unveiled to the public Tuesday, June 16.

→ TO READ. Second wave of re-opening for national monuments

The couple of collectors has even offered up two leaves in the paris museum. Its director smiles with optimism :” In the months that open, we will have to juggle even more with our budgets, but we will walk, it is obvious. The City of Paris is supporting us, unlike american museums, for example, entirely dependent on the private… “.

At the age of 56, this conservative guard a from the juvenile. He recounts a childhood marked by visits of castles, churches and museums with parents scientific” very loving “. 3 and a half years, he discovers” impressed “the exhibition Tutankhamun, right here, at the Petit Palais. What to feed a solid vocation ? He was only 12 years old when his father dies, swept away by a long illness.

To reassure his mother, the teenager will enroll simultaneously in history and art history at the Sorbonne, before becoming the general curator of the Heritage. “ Make his passion his profession, brings a lot of comfort “, he says soberly.

Lively and full of humor

Appointed first to the Carnavalet, the museum of the history of the City of Paris, Christophe Léribault there goes the exhibits, fascinated by “ the collections are huge, with horse between the history of mentalities, architecture, urban planning and the arts “. A break of a year at the Villa Medici allows him to complete his thesis on Jean-François de Troy, who led the Academy of France in Rome in the Eighteenth century. And specify the corpus of the painter, sometimes confused with that of his father.

In 2006, Henri Loyrette, then head to the Louvre museum, invites this sharp mind to join the department of graphic arts and to lead the museum Delacroix. ” A place emotionally charged “that the grantee renovates, expands, energizes. “ I have a lot ran, of both sides of the Breaste “, he recalls, with its everlasting hint of humor.

Bright colors and live performance

On his arrival at the Petit Palais in 2012, he deploys the same energy. It modernized by bright colors the presentation of the collections, creates a room of the icons, sort, statuary, monumental reserves, expanded in the programming of concerts, films and courses in art history, invites contemporary artists during the international contemporary art Fair (Fiac) and advocate for or piétonnisée the esplanade between the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais.

He even offers to welcome in the gardens located behind the museum the bulky Bouquet of tulips Jeff Koons challenged everywhere else. A prestigious location but discreet, which allows you to renovate in the end these green spaces left behind. ” In the meetings, I’ve always seen to find the solution that makes everyone happy. He has a true talent as a diplomat, and the sense of human relations “salutes his friend, the art historian Adrien Goetz.

Behind the scenes, Christopher Léribault also defends the free access to the municipal art collection and the free reproduction of works. ” Our heritage is derived in large part from donations “pleads he, anxious to open wide the doors of the Petit Palais. Result : the attendance of the museum is three-fold, reaching 1.2 million visitors in 2018. A success alas mitigated since, by the succession of social movements that have paralyzed the centre of Paris.

Exhibitions bold

Its policy of exhibitions, carefully staged, has won yet a loyal audience. The clashes abundant and multidisciplinary” Paris 1900 “or the” Romantic Paris “there are interspersed with bold proposals. Christophe Léribault discover the ile-de-france the work of the Swede Carl Larsson and Anders Zorn, rehabilitating artists that are a bit forgotten as Georges Desvallières. He dares the first retrospective in france of Jacob Jordaens and Luca Giordano, enjoying the spacious rooms of this palace built for the universal exhibition of 1900.

→ (RE) READ. The Paris 1900 is displayed at the Petit Palais

It is endowed with an infinite curiosity, eclectic, very wide “, enjoy Amélie Simier, director of the Bourdelle museum, which has cooked up, with this” wonderful comrade “there is a season Danish in Paris. She currently presents the sculptor Jacobsen. Christophe Léribault had, him, see, because of the containment The golden Age of painting Danishas of 22 September. ” Denmark has closed its borders a priori until the end of August, but we will get there “, he promises, with his moral beating.

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Between Haskell and Rosenberg

“When I was a resident at the Villa Medici, I was able to invite the great historian of art, English, Francis Haskell. I accompanied him in Rome for fifteen days, and we’re reviewed on a regular basis then. His writings on the role of collectors and patrons of art, on the differences in the taste depending on the times, and it opened my eyes.

In a museum, he should also be freed from the modes. My other model, this is Pierre Rosenberg, the former president of the Louvre. Immense curator, cataloger, collector, gifted with an eye striking, this maker of projects, full of energy, pushed me for my thesis, and plays a very positive role in the world of art He does not hesitate to say things, but always with tact and fights in favour of the artistic education “.

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