US News the arts of Islam of yesterday and today honored at the Angoulême Paper Museum

14:05  26 november  2021
14:05  26 november  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

The memories of Juliette Gréco, including a rare of Gainsbourg, auction at Drouot

 The memories of Juliette Gréco, including a rare of Gainsbourg, auction at Drouot of the hundreds of personal effects of Juliette Greco are scattered to Drouot this week by his granddaughter. A very rare oil on canvas from Serge Gainsbourg is the nail of the sale.

The exhibition organized by the Louvre and the meeting of national museums within the framework of the project "Arts de Islam, a past for the present "aims to make discover the diversity and wealth that can offer the art from Islamic civilizations to multiple cultures, languages ​​and religions. To see until March 27, 2022.

  Les arts de l'Islam d'hier et d'aujourd'hui à l'honneur au Musée du Papier d'Angoulême © Supplied by FranceInfo

It is the will of the government, not less than eighteen exhibitions are devoted to the arts of Islam throughout the French territory right now S use the aegis of the Louvre and the NMR. Among the eighteen selected sites, the Angouleme Paper Museum that offers some wonders of Islam until March 27, 2022.

Kim Kardashian Trucking: Twelve people returned to the Flights, Removal and Sequestration

 Kim Kardashian Trucking: Twelve people returned to the Flights, Removal and Sequestration The American Star was flying for more than six million jewelry in its hotel in Paris in 2016 during a particularly traumatic steering for it © ZZ / John Nacion / Star Max / IPX / AP / SIPA The American star Kim Kardashian. trials - the American star had been flying for more than six million jewels in his hotel in Paris in 2016 during a particularly traumatic turmoil for her the trial of the resounding Kim Kardashian steering in Paris is far from 'Be closed.

The arts of yesterday and today in Angoulême

Among the major works of the exhibition of the Paper Museum in Angoulême: a ceramic wall panel, made in the 17th century in Iran. An exceptional piece that testifies to the life of the elites of this country at that time. "It is a work that normally does not leave the permanent course of the Louvre Museum and has asked for incredible care for its transport and its hanging here," says Emilie Salaberry, Director of Municipal Museums of Angoulême. Among the other treasures of the Louvre, there is also a contemporary painting that illustrates the battle of Kerbaa, a small bottle shaped in rock crystal in the year thousand or this Indian Planter of the sixteenth century. The Paper Museum collection also contains a major fund for Maghreb objects. The opportunity for the establishment to highlight their collection usually retained on the reserves. As this manuscript narrates the wonders of creation. "It is an Egyptian manuscript that dates from the sixteenth century which takes over the work of a Persian poet, it is a beautifully illustrated work," rejoices Florent Gaillard, director of the Paper Museum in Angouleme.

Return to Ethiopia from a series of works of art looted in the 19th century

 Return to Ethiopia from a series of works of art looted in the 19th century © Amanuel Sileshi / AFP Many of the objects exposed Saturday to the National Museum of Addis Ababa had to be auctioned but were bought by the Foundation Scheherazade philanthropic for the purpose of returning to Ethiopia. Ethiopia celebrated the return on its soil of a series of ancient treasures looted in the 19th century by British and recently returned soldiers from the United Kingdom, Belgium and the Netherlands after a long diplomatic campaign to get their restitution.

The arts of Islam also incorporate the work of contemporary artists. In Angouleme, it is a Lebanese author

Lena Merhej , who has lent ten original boards of his last comics.

eighteen places to tell the history of the arts of Islam

in these times where Islam and the Muslim community are often at the center of amalgam and political recovery, the will of the French government is to overcome the debate While bringing lighting on the understanding of Islamic civilization through the arts. Eighteen French cities welcome this vast project entitled Arts of Islam: a past for a present.

in Dijon, Blois, Tourcoing, Saint-Denis or in Saint-Louis of the meeting, the public is invited to discover wonders of territories ranging from the Maghreb countries to Spain, India to the Middle East, the Central Asia in Jerusalem. In total, 210 old or contemporary rooms extracted from the Louvre Collections, the Museum of Army, Decorative Arts, Quai Branly, but also in the regional collections and those of regional contemporary art funds. The device is easy to access and educational with a dozen works by places.

"The arts of Islam, a past for a present" of 20 November 2021 to the March 27, 2022. Free.

in eighteen cities: Angoulême, Blois, Clermont-Ferrand, Dijon, Figeac, Limoges, Mantes-la-Jolie, Marseille, Nancy, Nantes, Narbonne, Rennes, Rillieux-la-Pape, Rouen, Saint-Denis, Saint -Louis (the meeting), Toulouse and Tourcoing.

"Homosexuality, incompatible with Islam": an ex-champion of Africa is scandalizing .
Author of a violent release on homosexuality, the former Egyptian international and consultant Bein Sports Mohamed Abouterika arouses fed reactions . On this opening day of the FIFA Arab Cup in Qatar, Mohamed Abouterika redone on him , and not necessarily in good. Today consulting the Qatar channel Bein Sports, the former Double Winner of the CAN has been called upon to react to the LGBT defenses campaigns led by the Premier League.

usr: 0
This is interesting!