A new stormy wave crossed France this Saturday. The thunderstorms were severe as were the precipitation and hailstones. The Disneyland Paris park has also paid the price.
The new stormy offensive, coming from the west of France, hit France in the early afternoon. It is moreover this offensive which will go up towards Belgium and reserve us an evening to say the least agitated.
Severe thunderstorms were characterized by strong electrical activity, heavy rainfall (20 to 50 mm in a short time), hail and gusts of wind often close to 80 km / h, sometimes even exceeding 100 km. / h.
And it was very violent. For example in the north of France where giant hailstones have caused significant
Similar scene at Disneyland Paris park. Closed for a long time due to the coronavirus, the park experienced a complicated first Saturday of reopening. The intense precipitation even flooded the places as shown by the images taken by some visitors and published on social networks.
The Palestinian government spokesman said the first batch of vaccines received “did not meet the expected specifications.”
Coronavirus vaccines transferred to Palestinians are “Fully valid”, assured Saturday the Israeli Ministry of Health, after the Palestinian Authority canceled the agreement relating to these doses, expired according to it. In a statement, the ministry assured that the Palestinian health authorities had “Received Pfizer vaccines which were valid, with known expiration dates, accepted and which corresponded to the agreement between the two parties”.
The Israeli government announced on Friday that approximately “one million doses of Pfizer vaccines about to expire “ would be delivered to the Palestinian Authority as part of an agreement. Under the agreement, the Jewish state was to receive in return the same amount of doses that were originally to be delivered to the Palestinians in the fall by the US laboratory.
But soon after, Palestinian government spokesman Ibrahim Melhem said the first batch of some 90,000 vaccines received “did not comply with the characteristics provided for in the agreement ‘. And “Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh has thus ordered the Minister of Health to cancel the agreement, ”he added, without specifying the expiry date of the vaccines.
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The Palestinian government is now waiting for the Pfizer laboratory to deliver the vaccines scheduled for next September or October directly. Thanks to a vast vaccination campaign, launched at the end of December after an agreement with the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Israel has vaccinated around 55% of the population, or more than 5.1 million people, with two doses of the vaccine.
On the Palestinian side, only some 270,000 people received their two doses, according to the Palestinian health ministry. More than 2.8 million Palestinians live in the occupied West Bank and two million in the Gaza Strip.
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On June 19 and 20, the “Augmented Palace” will take place, the first festival dedicated to creation in augmented reality. Each work presented is rooted in virtual reality as well as in the real world of the 10,000 square meters of the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris.
Did you laugh a few years ago, when people suddenly became weird, their noses stuck to their cellphones, chased Pokemon in the middle of the street? Well, dear art lovers eager for new creations, you are there too! The Grand Palais Éphémère does not offer us to catch Pikachu or Bulbasaur. He invites us to walk in the artistic imaginaries entitled And now where?, Footprints on the beach, Counter-Diving, HanaHana or Genius loci.
“Interrogate the looks of visitors”
You have to be there, here and now, to enter the worlds imagined by the artists and follow their creatures: plants, monsters, dreams and apocalyptic moments. Five works by international artists to be discovered on a playground unlike any other: under the 44 monumental arches and the curved lines of the Nave culminating at 20 meters. Five works in a gigantic, practically empty space.
« Emptiness is potential, explains Roei Amit, digital director at the Réunion des Musées Nationaux (RMN) -Grand Palais. A potential that calls to be filled by the creation, the imagination of the artists who have created works for this space, to question it and to question the gazes of visitors. »
According to Amit, this is a first in France: “ I don’t know of another occasion where such a space of this size was offered to very talented artists to create large-scale augmented reality works. They provide a global experience for visitors. »
During a weekend, the Grand Palais Éphémère, designed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte and installed on the Champ-de-Mars, is therefore transformed into an “Augmented Palace”, thanks to an augmented reality application of the same name. So remember to download it and especially to charge the battery of your phone before going there and immersing yourself in the Counter-Diving by Australian-born artist Lauren Moffatt.
Artist Lauren Moffatt at the “Palais Augmenté” festival at the Grand Palais Éphémère.
« In Counter-Diving, one discovers a field of very large flowers and one is oneself on a very small scale and looks at everything from below. With this work, I wanted to create a non-human perspective. Like the perspective of an insect or a plant. It’s about making visitors feel like something other than a human for a while. »
The 39-year-old artist, specializing in immersive media, works between digital and physical, because there are also many paintings or objects that she sculpts herself in her creations inhabited by a decentralized vision. : ” How do you create a gaze that forces you to look at the connections between humans and other species? The goal is to come out after this experience with a different perspective. »
The Genius loci of Theo Triantafyllidis
At the “Augmented Palace”, no headset in virtual reality. No one is seated in an armchair or cut off from the reality of their environment. The virtual world created by the artist always merges with our reality, and that in real time. Theo Triantafyllidis, born in 1988 in Athens, and now based in Los Angeles, defines himself as a ” artist using technologies “. With his Genius Loci, he plays with the space of the Grand Palais Éphémère and lets the space inspire and direct the artistic process. In his work, a flying creature guides us in space and sharpens our gaze:
The artist Theo Triantafyllidis at the “Palais Augmenté” festival at the Grand Palais Éphémère.
« To create this alternative reality which coexists with the real, I find that very poetic. The little monster is called Genius loci, inspired by a theory in the field of architecture, it is the spirit of the place that I transformed into a real creature inhabiting this space. It’s a bit like Quasimodo. Genius loci lives here, but no one sees it. Thanks to the work, we see it. He is a very ambiguous being. We don’t really understand if he’s a man or a woman, what he’s doing here, if he’s nice or dangerous… You have to learn to interact with him. »
Each spectator moves at their own pace. You have to actually walk to explore the artistic universe while observing the reactions of other visitors and admiring the architectural prowess of the place. ” It is a kind of choreography for visitors. For example, I wonder what happens when a lot of people move around the work at the same time. How can I choreograph their way of looking at the work through smartphones? For this, the creature Genius Loci moves a lot, to move the visitors. »
The ghost of our digital traces at Mélanie Courtinat
Mélanie Courtinat was born in 1993 in Paris. Today ” interactive artist and designer ”Based in Paris and Lausanne, she questions the fingerprints we leave behind us through her new interactive multi-user installation, made possible by 5G. In Footprints on the beach, our digital traces turn into very enigmatic red lines on the smartphone screen. It thus shows that a passage into the virtual is not trivial. At the same time, the artist does not want to speak only of surveillance cameras and traceability either.
The artist Mélanie Courtinat at the “Palais Augmenté” festival at the Grand Palais Éphémère.
« There are other things in the virtual world, in this idea of footprints, which is interesting. In particular the notion of ghost in video games. I am very interested in game mechanics. I like to deconstruct them, to tell things around. There, this notion of ghost in racing games, so the imprint left by his best time, is something very poetic and that I wanted to take up again. »
Courtinat, is particularly interested in the borders between the real and the virtual: ” Me, I’m interested in treating the smartphone screen as a kind of portal to this experience that I offer. It becomes a surface that makes you travel. »
► «Augmented Palace», On June 19 and 20, 2021 at the Grand Palais Éphémère. Free entry by reservation. The first festival dedicated to artistic creation in augmented reality is co-produced by Fisheye and the RMN-Grand Palais.
Audrey Cordon-Ragot (Trek-Segafredo) won, this Thursday, in Épinal (Vosges), the French Elite Women Time Trial Championship. She was ahead of Juliette Labous (Team DSM) and Cédrine Kerbaol (Team Arkéa). Audrey Cordon-Ragot succeeds Juliette Labous on the list. She thus won her fifth title of Champion of France in the chrono.
Ranking : 1. CORDON RAGOT Audrey TREK-SEGAFREDO the 26.3 km in 38’11 ” (avg. 41.33 km / h) 2. LABOUS Juliette TEAM DSM 38’41 to 29 3. KERBAOL Cédrine ARKEA PRO CYCLING TEAM 39’29 à 1’17 4. DEMAY Coralie STADE ROCHELAIS CHARENTE-MARITIME WC 40’02 to 1’50 5. FERRAND PREVOT Pauline GRAND EST 40’28 to 2’16 6. LE NET Marie FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 40’32 to 2’20 7. MUZIC Evita FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 40’44 to 2’32 8. BORRAS Marion WOMEN’S TEAM AUVERGNE-RHÔNE-ALPES 40’54 to 2’42 9. RAISE Sandra ARKEA PRO CYCLING TEAM 41’09 to 2’57 10. JAMME Emilie NORMANDIE 41’18 to 3’06 11. COLARD Marion ST MICHEL-AUBER93 41’20 to 3’08 12. LAURANCE Typhaine ARKEA PRO CYCLING TEAM 41’23 to 3’11 13. LEJEUNE Cécile VÉLO CLUB MORTEAU MONTBENOIT 41’26 to 3’14 14. CURINIER Léa ARKEA PRO CYCLING TEAM 41’27 to 3’15 15. MORICHON Anaïs TEAM CENTER VAL DE LOIRE WOMEN 41’28 to 3’16 16. COPPONI Clara FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 41’32 to 3’20 17. VAN DER LINDEN Inès OCCITANIE 41’40 to 3’28 18. MIERMONT Dilyxine WOMEN’S TEAM AUVERGNE-RHÔNE-ALPES 42’03 to 3’51 19. SQUIBAN Maeva STADE ROCHELAIS CHARENTE-MARITIME WC 42’16 to 4’04 20. ALLIONE Marine VÉLO CLUB MORTEAU MONTBENOIT 42’20 to 4’08 21. ANGRY Chloé OCCITANE CYCLING WOMEN’S TRAINING 42’35 to 4’23 JUNE Lucie ARKEA PRO CYCLING TEAM 42’37 to 4’25 23. PAUCHET Aurore CSM PUTEAUX CYCLING 42’40 to 4’28 24. FORTIN Valentine ST MICHEL-AUBER93 42’56 to 4’44 25. POPE Sarah LADIES VENDEE WOODEN PIVETEAU 42’56 to 4’44 26. DUVAL Eugénie FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 43’01 to 4’49 27. LESUEUR Melodie CSM PUTEAUX CYCLING 43’09 to 4’57 28. CORBINEAU Ysoline TEAM ELLES-GROUPAMA-PAYS DE LA LOIRE 43’09 to 4’57 29. TIGE Marina AUVERGNE-RHONE-ALPES 43’17 to 5’05 30. CLAUZEL Perrine GRAND EST 43’18 to 5’06 31. ABGRALL Noemie STADE ROCHELAIS CHARENTE-MARITIME WC 43’19 to 5’07 32. BOUREAU Marine TEAM ELLES-GROUPAMA-PAYS DE LA LOIRE 43’37 to 5’25 33. TESSIER Océane ST MICHEL-AUBER93 43’37 to 5’25 34. BERTEAU Victory DOLTCINI-VAN EYCK-PROXIMUS CONTINENTAL TEAM 43’40 to 5’28 35. PREGNANCY Maëlle FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 43’42 to 5’30 36. POMARES Cindy WOMEN’S CLUB SPRINTER 43’58 to 5’46 37. LE MOUEL Celia STADE ROCHELAIS CHARENTE-MARITIME WC 43’59 to 5’47 38. SCHOENENBERGER Chloe VC ISLOIS-TEAM STAMINA 44’05 à 5’53 39. RICHIOUD Greta ARKEA PRO CYCLING TEAM 44’06 to 5’54 40. DELACHAUX Zoé BOURGOGNE FRANCHE COMTE 44’10 to 5’58 41. MENARA Melanie UVCA TROYES 44’26 to 6’14 42. SONNERY COTTET Anna OCCITANIE 44’26 to 6’14 43. MULOT Hélène TEAM MACADAM`S COWBOYS 44’49 to 6’37 44. TRITSCH Balladyne MACOGEP TORNATECH GIRONDINS DE BORDEAUX 44’58 to 6’46 45. MARCHAND Constance WOMEN’S CLUB SPRINTER 45’05 to 6’53 46. PLET Manon VÉLO CLUB MORTEAU MONTBENOIT 45’19 to 7’07 47. COURTOT Emeline BOURGOGNE FRANCHE COMTE 45’34 to 7’22 48. MOURAUX Caroline TEAM MACADAM`S COWBOYS 45’37 to 7’25 49. NENADOVIC Kristina ST MICHEL-AUBER93 45’38 to 7’26 50. POLIZZI Sandrine SUD-PROVENCE-ALPES-COTE D’AZUR 45’47 to 7’35 51. OGER Enora CSM PUTEAUX CYCLING 45’55 to 7’43 52. BACQUET Mathilde VC ISLOIS-TEAM STAMINA 45’56 to 7’45 53. ARMIROLI Morgane SUD-PROVENCE-ALPES-COTE D’AZUR 46’10 to 7’58 54. CHEVRIEUX Justine TEAM CENTER VAL DE LOIRE WOMEN 46’11 to 7’59 55. MADRANGE Solene ENOSIS GARONNE-ENTENTE MARMANDE MERIGNAC 46’34 to 8’22 56. LEMOINE Léa TEAM CENTER VAL DE LOIRE WOMEN 46’44 to 8’32 57. LABEYRIE Mélanie TEAM MACADAM`S COWBOYS 46’46 to 8’34 58. ANDREAZZOLI Stella FEMALE TEAM LE BOULOU 46’47 to 8’35 59. DUBOIS Alicia CO COURCOURONNES WOMEN’S CYCLING 46’49 to 8’37 60. AUBRY Julia CHAMBÉRY CYCLING COMPETITION 46’52 to 8’40 61. BLAISON Pierrine GRAND EST 47’07 to 8’55 62. SEMON Laura VÉLO CLUB MORTEAU MONTBENOIT 47’10 to 8’58 63. CONTI Elodie VC ISLOIS-TEAM STAMINA 48’04 to 9’53 64. LEMESNAGER Gladys CSM PUTEAUX CYCLING 48’29 to 10’17 65. AIDAT Mauryne ENOSIS GARONNE-ENTENTE MARMANDE MERIGNAC 49’51 to 11’39
Disqualified: LE BAIL Elodie STADE ROCHELAIS CHARENTE-MARITIME WC
Abandons : ALLARD Charlotte U.V.C.A. TROYES HOEBANCKX Daphnée TEAM CENTER VAL DE LOIRE WOMEN
PARIS, Oct. 6 / PRNewswire / – In March of this year, France was able to reconnect with the top segment of the art market thanks to the work of Vincent Van Gogh, Scène de rue Montmartre (street scene in Montmartre) (1887). The work achieved its best French auction result since the auction of The Mocked Christ by Cimabue in October October 2019. Sotheby’s and Mirabaud-Mercier chose Paris to auction this very French canvas painting of a street scene in Paris, which is more than a century in a French collection.
France remains a major source of significant works. This shows the rediscovery of a beautiful painting by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (Reading Philosopher), which will be on sale in the French city of Epernay on June 26, 2021. Maître Antoine Petit and the auction house Enchères Champagne estimate the value of the painting to be between 1.8 million and 2.4 million dollars. However, Brexit has so far not had a positive impact on the Parisian visual arts market.
Annual auction turnover in the field of fine arts (January 1, 2000 – June 10, 2021)
Vincent Van Gogh, Montmartre Street Scene (1887): $ 15.4 million on March 25, 2021 at Sotheby’s & Mirabaud-Mercier
Thierry Ehrmann, CEO and founder of Artmarket.com and his Artprice department explains: “Paris doesn’t really attract more masterpieces from abroad than before, unlike London, which has been for many years. Despite Brexit, the English capital continues to attract major ones Works that could actually be sold in France. On March 23, 2021, for example, Christie’s auctioned three major works from the Paris collection of Claude Hersaint (including Miro, Magritte and Ernst) in London for a total of $ 31 million. ”
So it seems that Brexit has so far not favored France.
Sotheby’s and Christie’s are still France’s leading auction houses in the fine arts, with market shares of 34% and 17% respectively.
It looks like the Anglo-Saxon giants will continue to dominate the French fine arts auction market in 2021. Sotheby’s is currently twice as productive as its rival; Christie’s, however, will close its first half of the year with a prestige auction on the subject of art from the 20th and 21st centuries (on June 30, 2021). A look at the market shares shows that the French auction operators still have a considerable gap to catch up. Artcurial (with a share of 5%) and Cornette de Saint-Cyr (with only 3%) are exposed to high competitive pressure.
The Anglo-Saxon auction houses in Paris do not have a monopoly in the top segment of the art market. Cornette de Saint Cyr achieved the second-best result in France in the auction of Wu Guanzhong’s Hong Kong Night (1987) plant for $ 7 million in the first half of 2021. In addition, two Zao-Wou-ki plants are among the top 5 results of the year (in France). Unfortunately, many of his works are then taken to Asia.
Currently (2021) three works by Chinese artists are among the top 5 French auction results.
1. Vincent VAN GOGH (1853-1890), street scene in Montmartre (1887)
15 414 600 Dollar – Sotheby’s & Mirabaud-Mercier, Paris – 25/03/2021
2. WU Guanzhong (1919-2010), Hong Kong Night (1987)
6 866 900 Dollar – Cornette de Saint Cyr, Paris – 04/14/2021
3. ZAO Wou-Ki (1921-2013), Arab City (1953)
5 352 400 Dollar – Sotheby’s , Paris – 03/06/2021
4. ZAO Wou-Ki (1921-2013), Zitterlein (1956)
4 725 800 Dollar – Sotheby’s, Paris – 03/06/2021
5. Gustave CAILLEBOTTE (1848-1894), Le Petit bras de Seine Argenteuil (c.1890)
4 242 300 – Christie’s, Paris – 30/03/2021
The symbolic limit of 10 million dollars was exceeded only once in 2021 in Paris, but 11 times in London.
Phillips, who has offices in Paris, decided to work without an auction room. It continues to prefer New York, London and (for the visual arts) Hong Kong since 2016.
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Pogba imitated Cristiano Ronaldo, despised a beer sponsor of the Eurocup but left Coca Cola
The Eurocup adds a new scandal after Paul pogba I removed a bottle of Heineken beer from the table where I was giving the press conference following France’s 1-0 victory over Germany.
The Manchester United midfielder seemed to imitate Cristiano Ronaldo who took from the table a couple of Coca Cola and said he preferred water, prompting UEFA to analyze a multimillion dollar fine against the Portuguese, since it is a way of criticizing one of the main sponsors, who percent, saw how his actions plummeted due to that action.
Pogba, unlike Cristiano, put down the soda bottles and once he had finished answering all the questions, he replaced the beer bottles.
It will be necessary to see from these actions, what measure does the mother entity of European football take against the players who go against the dissemination of the sponsors that are key to sustaining the different competitions.