IMMAGINE & POESIA E BOOK 2015

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ORDRE ALPHABÉTIQUE DANS LA VERSION FINALE  E-BOOK, vol. 2

(update 20 Mai 2015)

Poètes – Artistes

  1. Arduinna, Alix
  2. Bagnall, Ann
  3. Barkan Clarke, Mia – Jokiaho  Ismo 
  4. Barkan H. Stanley – Barkan Bebe
  5. Barkan H. Stanley – Gorgy Adel 
  6. Bar-Lev, Helen
  7. Benjelloun, Abdelmajid
  8. Bertoncini, Marilyne
  9. Bertrand, Huguette
  10. Boughareb, Makhlouf
  11. Calio, Louisa
  12. Chiarelli, Lidia –  Actis Gianpiero
  13. Codazza, Cristina –  Kongkhanun Kriangkrai
  14. Cordero, Mariela
  15. Desvignes, Marie-Josée
  16. Firuzi, Katayun
  17. Florio, Natalie – Solomon Marsha
  18. Gill, Caroline
  19. Green, Fiona
  20. Higgins, Thomas – R. Gopakumar
  21. Kerbeb Testa, Nova -Boughareb  Makhlouf 
  22. Kleefeld, Carolyn Mary
  23. Leroux, Marilyse
  24. Lux, Angèle
  25. McGee, Donna
  26. Menahem-Lilin, Carole – Joffre Marie-Lydie
  27. Miranda, Alejandra
  28. Nazareno, Caroline – Actis  Alessandro
  29. Schreuder, André
  30. Shriqui Garain, Astrid
  31. Simon Johnmichael –  Bar-Lev Helen
  32. Solomon, Marsha
  33. Terkmani, Antar
  34. Thabit Jones, Peter –  Fotini Hamidieli
  35. Velaj, Alisa – Enevoldsen  Michael 
  36. Verde Maria Fiorenza -Alden Caruana  Doranne 
  37. Yuan, Changming – Chida Misako

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TOTAL : 37 poets and 15 artists paired with 14 poets

Countries represented :

  1. Italy
  2. Malta
  3. France
  4. USA
  5. Israel
  6. Marocco
  7. Canada
  8. Algéria
  9. Jamaica
  10. Japon/China
  11. Denmark
  12. Iran/USA
  13. U.K.
  14. Bahrain/India
  15. Greece
  16. Finland
  17. Thailand
  18. Ireland
  19. Argentina
  20. Philippines/Canada
  21. Netherlands
  22. Albania
  23. Australia
  24. Venezuela

“Chagall’s magic lantern” by LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI

LA LANTERNA MAGICA DI CHAGALL

by Lawrence Ferlinghetti (translated by Giada Diano)

 

E Marc Chagall usò il mondo come fosse la sua lanterna magica

e lo fece dondolare sul suo piccolo pennello

volando attraverso i cieli della sua infanzia in Russia

e su Parigi e Chicago e ancora Parigi

capovolgendo ogni cosa mentre passava

dipingendo come avrebbe fatto un bambino

vedendo il mondo per la prima (o la seconda) volta

E tutta la vita santa in un teatro ebreo

con violinisti galleggianti che sfidano la gravità

e suonatori di corno e clown e rabbini

e spose tutte in bianco

tutti a volteggiare insieme

su un grande palcoscenico del mondo

E Notre Dame vista come un mostro

e un angelo con tavolozza e pennello

che vola fuori da un’altra chiesa

E Bella su un ponte

E un rabbino con un limone

E una sposa con due facce con un seno scoperto

E Cristo su una croce

con un asciugamano su una scaletta

Con amanti appesi a un cielo rosso

le teste al rovescio

E un clown che porta un asino

con acrobati scuri che volano attraverso una notte

E un angelo rosso che cade a testa in avanti

E un bue scuoiato capovolto che beve

E un pesce volante che suona un violino

in cima a un orologio a pendolo

E un uomo che partorisce un bambino vivo

e una donna che cavalca un gallo

E spose che illustrano “Resistenza Risurrezione e Liberazione”

E un uccello su un corno di cervo

Un ciccione complessato

Un piccione e una dama che mangiano da un trogolo

Un nudo in un cielo russo di molto tempo fa

con case che sembrano tombe

o viceversa

Un pittore e un viso di donna intrappolati

tra un cane e un lupo

E una slitta con la testa di una donna con i capelli neri

con un uomo che la guida

Con la Bastiglia vista come un gigantesco animale rosso

E un gatto trasformato in una donna

E una ghiandaia adornata con piume di pavone

E una gallina con le uova d’oro sul punto di schiudersi

E una volpe con l’uva che perde la sua coda folta

E un ultimo folle passaggio del Mar Rosso…

 

Riesci quasi a sentire il lamento del violinista

mentre dipinge i suoi paesaggi tragicomici

cosparsi di matrimoni e ebrei erranti

Ed è lo spirito libero con anima da vecchio di Chagall

che dipinge il suo mondo libero

e fugge dalle scale antincendio al quinto piano di un caseggiato senza ascensore

Sulle ali dei suoi pennelli

IMMAGINE & POESIA E BOOK 2015 – Call for Artists and Poets

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Project for an E-Book publication 2015

Poets and artists members of Immagine & Poesia, are invited to submit a poem linked to an image for an E-Book publication edited by the Immagine & Poesia Movement, Torino, Italy. Huguette Bertrand (Canada) will be responsible for the making of the e-book in Pdf format. The ebook is not to be sold but to be downloaded for free on Immagine & Poesia’s website. Please note that this publication will include English and French speaking poets. Poems of each language will not be translated.

  1. To subscribe as a member of Immagine & Poesia, please do so by asking to join Immagine & Poesia Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/167187922709/?fref=ts
  2. Poems should be no longer than 20 lines

 

  1. Each poet / artist can choose an artwork / poem to be linked
  2. If a poet chooses an artwork  to pair with his/her poem, the artist must be a member of Immagine & Poesia and give permission by e-mail to use his/her image and viceversa for the artist who sends his/her image linked to a poem.
  3. If the artist/poet is not a member of Immagine & Poesia, he/she can subscribe as indicated in rule no 1.
  4. Each poem will be linked to an image to figure on one page on the e-book.
  5. A short biography (3 lines max) is required with the link to the website of both the poet and the artist author of the image.
  6. To resume : Only two files should be sent for submission :
    – A jpg file of the image    /   On one single word file : the poem, the biographies, the permission of the artist / poet chosen and the link to their website or blog or Facebook.

 
E-Book 2015. Deadline : May 31st, 2015

Submissions should be sent to

to Huguette Bertrand
email : hb.poete@gmail.com

and also Cc Lidia Chiarelli
email : immagine.poesia@gmail.com

 

Adel Gorgy: Retrospective Exhibition at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Edward Williams Gallery

Retrospective E.

 

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Edward Williams Gallery presents
“Adel Gorgy – Art About Art…From Da Vinci to Matisse and Warhol, Photographic Works,
Retrospective Exhibition.”
March 30th through May 1st, Opening Reception – Saturday, April 11, from 2-4 pm.
From March 30th through May 1st, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Edward Williams Gallery presents “Adel Gorgy – Art About Art…From Da Vinci to Matisse and Warhol, Photographic Works, Retrospective Exhibition” a solo exhibition of large scale, abstract photographic work by the acclaimed New York artist, Adel Gorgy. Gorgy’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries nationally and internationally. This is his first exhibition at the Edward William Gallery.

Gorgy’s photographic art often focuses on familiar works of art by renowned earlier artists. This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to see examples of several bodies of work that span more than 20 years.

Merging the conceptual with the visual into vibrant and stunning images, Gorgy’s work extends the boundaries and redefines the possibilities of photography. In “Art About Art…From Da Vinci to Matisse and Warhol,” Gorgy’s first retrospective exhibition, traces of earlier artworks can be perceived. Works that range in subject matter from ancient to Renaissance to Impressionist and Modern Art present Gorgy’s distinctive style and vision. Gorgy reconstructs, recontextualizes and recomposes what he sees into complex, intricately detailed photographs rich with imagery and meaning. This work presents a completely new vision that has not been done or seen before. It transcends the limitations of realism, asks the viewer to experience art with new eyes, and gives new depth and dimension to familiar works. Gorgy’s abstractions are surprising, thought-provoking and beautiful. Several of the works are printed on silver metallic medium, which gives an incredible depth of tone and a rich surface texture.

Photographic artworks from these series have been exhibited in Manhattan, London, Italy, France, Singapore and Seoul, Korea. Now, New Jersey audiences will have the opportunity to see them locally. Adel Gorgy’s artwork has been the subject of five previous solo exhibitions. It has been included in numerous group shows, published widely in books and magazines, and is the subject of the 2014 book, “Adel Gorgy, Photographic Works.”

The Edward Williams Gallery, under the directorship of Diana Soorikian, at Fairleigh Dickinson’s Petrocelli College presents exhibitions of important local and regional contemporary artists.

Edward Williams Gallery, Diana Soorikian, Director
150 Kotte Place, Hackensack, NJ Free and open to the public
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-8:30pm Sat 9:30am-2pm
Information and directions (201)692-2449 / adelgorgy@adelgorgy.com

Dylan Thomas’ and Aeronwy Thomas’ Portraits Exhibition in Torino, Italy

Alberto Geisser Library, Torino – March 25  2015 at 6 pm Conference “DYLAN THOMAS AND ITALY” with portraits of Dylan Thomas and Aeronwy Thomas on show

 

"Dylan Thomas in blue" digital art by Lidia Chiarelli, Italy

“Dylan Thomas in blue” digital artwork  by Lidia Chiarelli, Italy (from an original photo taken in  Battersea in 1936 – courtesy of Jeff Town)

 

"Dylan, light your fire"  mix media painting by Lidia Chiarelli, Italy

“Dylan, light your fire” mix media painting by Lidia Chiarelli, Italy (from an original photo by Nora Summers – courtesy of Jeff Town)

"Portrait of Dylan Thomas" by Gianpiero Actis, Italy

“Portrait of   Dylan Thomas” by Gianpiero Actis, Italy

"Do not go gentle into that good night" by Claudio Chiabotti, Italy

“Do not go gentle into that good night” by Claudio Chiabotti, Italy

"Aeronwy Thomas"  by Davide Binello, Italy

“Aeronwy Thomas” by Davide Binello, Italy

Portrait by Liliana Cecchin

“Aeronwy Thomas” by Liliana Cecchin, Italy