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Maestro Shaw ~Glyndebourne 

Last night, I was invited to the Glyndebourne opera house, I really didn’t want to miss out of seeing the magnificent apocalyptic paintings of Mr Shaw; by some great synchronicity, I discovered amazing music along with amazing art and breathtaking natural surroundings. Oh, and, it was full moon so the light was expectional, the weather hot; well, perfect for magic!
Glyndebourne and the White cube pop up art gallery (right) July 2016 

If you have the chance to visit  Glyndebourn this summer, do not forget to admire the work of Raqib Shaw at the pop up White Cube art gallery in the gardens.

And in London

About the Artist:

Today I came across this:

By Brueghel. 

The new opera house:


Boutique Modern: under construction!

This morning, under a beautiful July sky, I went to meet Mr Dick Shone to found out about Boutique modern in Uckfield, south England.


Boutique Modern

Boutique Modern at Old Mill in Chiddingly.

This is what Mr Shone has created, a stunning eco-structure home with a Californian twist. Discussing with Mr Shone, you realise that there are plenty new creative avenues to explore in term of building you eco-home in UK and abroad . Bearing in mind that we focus on experiencing our home life consciously, in harmony with nature, using its principal resources: air, water, wind and sun.

Eco houses for conscious life.

Let your imagination work things out as everything is possible when it comes to build your dream house! You can work out your ideas with people like Mr Shone, he is very approachable and professional, he will advise you on what is best for realising your architectural projects for your dream home. He is very knowledgeable in terms of eco-structure architecture, although so busy, he will take time off to speak to you with great enthusiasm.

The old Mill project can be visited, more information here:


in France:

Boutique Modern info:



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Towner Tate 

Going out of Brighton on the coast towards Eastbourne for a day, following my interview with Boutique Modern eco houses in Uckfield.

Not everyone know that the Tate open a wing adjacent to the theatre so here:

A nice day by the sea and a change of brighton scenery…


Random Art pop up show

Great evening, as always with the Random art team.

Today with guests artists:

Stevie Unknown & Cassettelord


Cassettelord & Rod Clark












New Tate Modern

There’ s an old building that got refreshed recently and open to the public last June. 

Great contemporary artists exhibiting ( females and males) 

A link to the massive Tate Modern throughout a new bridge for easy acess, so, go to see and don’t forget to get to the 10th floor to look at London as if you were a bird!


Mais Lisez Vacarme

Mais quelle collaboration choisir? 

Lire, s’interesser, se renseigner, rechercher ici:
Faites tourner.

Vacarme, c’est quoi? 



Africa at the Royal Pavilion

There s a new show in town that need to be seen for anyone who is in love with African fabrics!




Following the Brexit…

Today’s England future…under massive grey clouds -in the middle of July -following a disastrous Brexit result that put a nation under stress and worries about their future and those of their children…

Today, Theresa May is elected prime Minister:

“A UK Government is elected for a period of five years . The five years run from the first meeting of Parliament following the general election. The Prime Minister can stay in office as long as he a) wins the election b) has the backing of his party to remain as leader.” Internet Source

Bellow is what Theresa May has voted and her opinions on ruling us for the next five years:

Reading is strongly recommended: from My society data, they work for you.

Oh and for what she has voted above,

She gets paid £11,8333.333/monthly…

(That probably include a car with chauffeur and various secondary houses and residence abroad and numerous other benefits that the tax payers who voted “leave” are happy to substitute)

The picture is getting clearer:

Less ecology

More surveillance

More police 

Less freedom of speech

More privatisation

Can 80% (99%)of the English population actually afford to continue to live in such conditions?

No pay rise, less micro enterprises, private healthcare, housing cost rising, mortgage rate rising, expensive education… 

An England who care for its people? AnEngland  who value it’s working forces?

How can a country be standing strong and pride if there is no gratitude express to its citizens?

Worth reading is this article about the prime minister of United Kingdom Great Britain and Northern Ireland before Wikipedia disappear off the radar…
“Broken Britain is a term which has been used in The Sun newspaper, and by the Conservative Party to describe a perceived widespread state of social decay in the United Kingdom.” (Source Wikipedia)

Broken England thanks to you Conservative party…


Black and white

You want to use a darkroom again? Enough of digital images, fancy getting your hands back to the basic? 


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