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Artists and the coronavirus.

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People with extraordinary abilities are always admired. With a talented young artist, student of Kingsborough College Lasha Bagaturia, a native of Georgia, a graduate of an Art Institute in Kutaisi I met at an exhibition. It was impossible to take my eyes off his paintings. His original, stylish designs of houses, apartments, and offices are prestigious in Georgia today. All the popular magazines like TBILISOBO and BOMONDI carry articles about Bataguria. He also made several appearances on the radio. The American trends in his work have been also very impressive lately.
A true master is constantly striving for perfection and that is why Lasha goes to America to visit a design exhibition at the famous Javits Center in 2015. New York, where the best creations of great masters are collected in museums, where the world’s best designers work, where experienced teachers can give an impetus to a young master’s career, and hone his writing technique, has always attracted him ..
    In love with his profession, he entered Kingsborough College, where he is improving his English and taking classes in art and interior design. He, a mature artist, is happy to share his skills with young students and enthusiastically immerse himself in his studies. While he continues his creative activity his works are exhibited in art galleries in Soho, Midtown, Lower East Side (“Artifact Gallery”), and in “George Bill Gallery”. His painting, which depicts a handsome eagle (as on the US coat of arms) with a powerful beak and spread wings demonstrates the invincible power of the state. His other painting “Freedom” shows the long and difficult path to true Freedom that America has gone through. In addition to new motives in his work Lasha mastered a new technique to paint with an aerosol and hands. Recognition of his skill in the increasingly popular technique was the purchase of the work by the world-famous hotel chain “Hilton”.  So now the painting can be admired in the hotel restaurant on the 42nd Street in Manhattan.
The coronavirus has left its mark on everything and on Lasha Bagaturia’s bright personality too.  His easily recognizable individual painting style is based on the desire to comprehend the deepest meaning of all that exists. His paintings are colorful and they bring down on the viewer the richest spectrum of colors and shades that are in amazing harmony. Lasha does not strive for photographic accuracy, giving his landscapes romanticism or sometimes mystery. The essence of his painting is not in the arrangement of figures and stains of paint, but in the thoughts and feelings that he puts into his work. Conceiving the plot of the future picture, Lasha sets a goal not only to express his vision of the world, but, mostly important, to make the viewer think. It was during the period of the coronavirus that he continued to  make particularly interesting and unique works. He used to go out on the roof of the house where he lived and never stopped creating new incomparable works. One of them was a unique painting in which he depicted the genius of our time, Steve Jobs.  This was an oil painting in the style of abstract surrealism. The portrait is depicted with those symbols that we see on the phone, computer, and Facebook and without which many people can no longer imagine their lives.
 The artist’s goal with this creative method is the spontaneous expression of the inner world (subconsciousness) in chaotic forms not organized by logical thinking.
The initial phase of the movement – abstract surrealism (abstract surrealism) appeared in the 1940s, under the influence of the ideas of André Breton. Its main adherents were American artists Hans Hoffmann, Arshile Gorky, Adolph Gottlieb and others. The movement gained special scope in the 1950s, when it was headed by Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Willem de Kooning ..
The managers of the famous company at APPLE STORE on the 5th Avenue and  the 58th Street in Manhattan learned about his work and invited him to a group of highly professional designers to make an exhibition of paintings. Everything, including the work of Lasha Bagaturia, moves forward and does not stand still, and undergoes changes over time especially during the period of coronavirus. …
    Marina Lagunova

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Invitation to spectacular celebration Summer 2021

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“RUSSIAN FOLK FLASHMOB” 

Sunday 27th of June, 6pm-7pm, Brighton Beach boardwalk   

Dear friends!  

Club A-Elita, a Southern Brooklyn-based, non-profit organization, is delighted to invite  you to a spectacular “RUSSIAN FOLK FLASHMOB” organized by the club Aelita 

 Enjoy a new dance art form “RUSSIAN FOLK FLASHMOB” at the BRIGHTON BEACH BOARDWALK [corner Brighton 2nd street], 27th of JUNE, SUNDAY, 6pm-7pm 

  The club called the event “A celebration of the victory over the pandemic.”  The holiday serves to unite the community, demonstrate the spirit of unity and invincibility. 

We would like to ask for your support in our mission of empowering children and families by covering this spectacular event in your news.  

The important goal of our events is to bring community together, enticing children to advance their pursuits in music, dance, or art, while bonding with their peers of different cultural backgrounds in a meaningful way. Our events cultivate mutual respect, human dignity, and religious tolerance which battles the disturbingly increasing intolerance strides in modern society. 

With open gratitude,  

Leonora Bulychova

President of AELITA Club  

 Email: leonorabulycho@gmail.com 

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 347-495-2669 

TV & Media Invitation to Spectacular Celebration Summer 2021 Sunday 27th of June, 6pm-7pm, Brighton Beach Boardwalk

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“RUSSIAN FOLK FLASHMOB”

Dear Members of TV, Press, and Media organizations,

Club A-Elita, a Southern Brooklyn-based, non-profit organization, on the beginning of June ,  held a festival of children’s creativity in the original project “Covid Recovery Program for Kids” in which nearly 200 children performed.

 Within the framework of the festival, a dance competition was held.  The winners  won the opportunity to showcase the new dance art form “RUSSIAN FOLK  FLASHMOB” at the BRIGHTON BEACH BOARDWALK,  27th of JUNE, SUNDAY, 6pm-7pm.

  The club called the event “A celebration of the victory over the pandemic.”  The holiday serves to unite the community, demonstrate the spirit of unity and invincibility.

Club is delighted to invite all  of you to attend and report on a spectacular “RUSSIAN FOLK FLASHMOB” organized by the club Aelita .

We would like to ask for your support in our mission of empowering children and families by covering this spectacular event in your news. 

Club Aelita regularly holds a series of concerts, festivals and flash mobs

The important goal of our events is to bring community together, enticing children to advance their pursuits in music, dance, or art, while bonding with their peers of different cultural backgrounds in a meaningful way. Our events cultivate mutual respect, human dignity, and religious tolerance which battles the disturbingly increasing intolerance strides in modern society.

We wholeheartedly appreciate your thoughtful consideration and hope to see you there!

With open gratitude,

Leonora Bulychova

President of AELITA Club, 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Status Organization

Email: leonorabulycho@gmail.com

Website: http://www.aelitaclub.com

The Babysitters Club Reboot is Child Exploitation

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Films. Kids, Sex and Genders ?
Netflix has started an uncomfortable pattern of exploiting children in their content. Matt Walsh breaks down the disturbing trend.
Watch the full episode here midtowntribune.com/2020/08/21/netflix-sexualizes-children/
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Netflix Sexualizes Children

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Today on the Matt Walsh Show, the sexualization of children in our culture continues with a horrifying Netflix film about twerking 11-year-olds. And Five Headlines including last night’s DNC convention finale, and a school system that wants parents to pledge in writing that they will not eavesdrop on their children’s virtual classes. And in our Daily Cancellation we will cancel a Christian publisher for its exceedingly cringey attempt to connect with today’s youth. Text MW to 83400 to get notified for more fun videos! 00:00 – Opening 00:25 – Netflix Sexualizes Children (again) 13:41 – DNC recap 16:50 – Chicago Police Ban Protests On Mayor’s Block, Order Arrests For Violators 18:33 – School District Making Parents Sign Waiver Agreeing Not To Monitor Virtual Instruction 20:37 – Kansas City Chiefs ban headdresses and face paint 21:51 – Who is BTS? 23:50 – LifeWay is cancelled If you like The Matt Walsh Show,

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FUCK Black Lives Matter – Tiezo

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FUCK Black Lives Matter (Freestyle) Song in French with words Hitler and Regime …. singer
TIEZO “Série de Freestyles TIEZOLOGIE
Tiezo Officiel video.
Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes. By combating and countering acts of violence, creating space for Black imagination and innovation, and centering Black joy, we are winning immediate improvements in our lives.
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Mel Brooks on comedy and love … and against political correctness

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Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz sits down with director and comedy writer Mel Brooks, now 93, who opens up about his politically-incorrect films like “Blazing Saddles” and “The Producers,” and whether they could be made today; and about his relationship with his soulmate, actress Anne Bancroft, with whom he was married for 41 years until her death in 2005.
“CBS Sunday Morning” video.

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NEW FAME – AMERICAN MOTIVES IN LASHA BAGATURIA’S ARTWORK

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Georgia- cradle for multitalented people whose names have been embossed in the history of United States with gold letters

George Balanchine – choreographer, co founder of the American ballet, contemporary neoclassic ballet and performing arts in general. John Malkhaz Shalikashvili – American (four star) general and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Supreme Allied Commander of NATO in Europe.  Obviously, there are few people of this high caliber. Nevertheless, even today natives of Georgia are making significant contributions towards the development of the American performing arts, science, medicine and other important areas of human ventures!

I would like tell you about a talented person – a student of Kingsborough College Lasha Bagaturia who was born in 1987 in Senaki, a city in Georgia. Since he was little, he loved to pain as much as his father Tamaz and sister Lana. He could glaze at the painting that he was mesmerized for hours in attempt to penetrate its secret. His mother Ia Bagaturia sewed beautifully instilling in him the artistic taste. 

The question of contempt didn’t stand before him. After completing high school, in 2006 he graduated from Kutaisi Institute of Arts. His canvases attracted the attention of experienced specialists, although inexperienced in the intricacies of paintings since Institute times, his stylish home, apartment and office designs up to this day remain prestigious in Georgia. Famous journals Tbilisi, Bomondi write about him and he has been invited as a keynote speaker on the radio. However, the real master constantly thrives to exquisiteness. In 2015, Lasha arrived in America to attend an exhibition hosted at the famous Javits Center, leading venue for displaying best artwork of fine artists, a place where best designers in the world work, where experienced masters could lay forward the career of a younger master to hone writing techniques. 

In love with his profession, he decided not to become a taxi driver. His first step towards achieving his goal was enrollment in the Kingsborough College where he became fluent in English language. He is taking arts and interior design classes. Interesting fact is that students in his class use his paintings as a reference. He is a wise painter the real pleasure lies in sharing his masterful skills with younger students. The great country provides unique opportunities to newcomers to gain new profession or to perfect previous profession, or get diplomas and licenses. Lasha is immersed in his studies with enthusiasm. 

Concurrently, he continues his creative activities: his paintings are displayed at the Art Galleries in Soho, Midtown, Lower East Side (“Artifact Gallery”). On September 26, his works will be showcased on Manhattan at the “George Bill Gallery” located at 525 West 26th Street. He doesn’t forget his passion for design: his new projects with fresh motives and extraordinary ideas are displayed on his personal website https://lashany.000webhostapp.com/

Lasha Bagaturia – has a vibrant personality, easily identifiable style of painting that strives to comprehend the deepest meaning of everything. His paintings are picturesque. They present to the viewers a rich spectrum of colors and shades that coexist in astonishing harmony. His favorite themes remain Georgian landscapes, abstract figures, objects and animals. Lasha is not seeking for photographic accuracy, rather attributes romanticism to his landscapes, hence adding mystery. The essence of his paintings does not lie in the location of figures and paint stains, but rather in the ideas and feelings that he embodies in those artworks. Thinking about the theme of his next artwork Lasha aims to not only express his viewpoint about the world but more importantly give viewers some food for thought. 

Although his artwork stands on solid foundation nevertheless under the influence of new circumstances it undergoes evolutionary changes that manifests itself in the appearance of American motives in his artwork in which he glorifies the country that became his second homeland. His eagle   (as on the United States emblem) with powerful beak and spread wings demonstrates an indestructible power of the country. His painting “Freedom” showcases a long path full of hardships towards true freedom, that United States itself went through with its citizens, all immigrants of various generations who adopted its values and traditions and transmitting them to their children and grandchildren had an indelible impression on me amongst many others. 

Besides new motives Lasha has adopted a new method of painting with aerosol spray. Acknowledging his skills gaining popularity in the “Hilton” hotel chain allows many to enjoy the painting at the hotel restaurant located on the 42nd street on Manhattan. 

Lasha’s first painting teacher and a valuable friend, famous Georgian painter Firo Sichinava provided tremendous support in his quest of finding his own path in arts in the United States. 

Lasha belongs to the list of those people who in accordance with Kennedy “ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country”

Marina Lagunova

Iconic Paris Theatre in NYC closes its doors

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After more than seven decades in the heart of Manhattan, the Paris Theatre has closed its doors for the last time. A note was posted on the theatre’s doors on 58th Street this week saying that its lease had ended. Rumors had been circulating about its closure since June. The iconic Paris Theatre opened in 1948…
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Metropolitan Museum of Art unveils Apollo 11-inspired exhibit

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Traveling to the moon has been a dream throughout much of human history, and the idea of one day visiting an object we all see in the sky has inspired art throughout the ages. Now, a new exhibit at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art that’s inspired by the Apollo 11 anniversary is showcasing images from whimsical to the scientific.
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Mostly Mozart Festival 2019: Mark Morris Dance Group

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Witness a world premiere by “the most influential choreographer alive” (New York Times)—along with Morris’ Empire Garden and V—at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival from July 10–13. For tickets, visit http://www.MostlyMozartFestival.org
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The Enviable Loft Fran Lebowitz Has Never Liked

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Creative director Marc Balet bought his three-story loft in Manhattan’s Noho district 30 years ago, when the space was a dance studio. Although it did have a wood-burning fireplace, the beautiful architecture of the arched windows was hidden. Once the full windows were revealed, he called on his best friend, writer Fran Lebowitz, whose father owned a furniture store and upholstery workshop, and asked if her father could create and install the very, very long curtains that are still there today. …

Marc recently invited Fran over for visit, where they talked about their storied friendship and her dislike of his enviable apartment. New York Magazine video

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ABBA Voulez-Vous 40th Anniversary reissue – Out Now

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Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, ABBA’s Voulez-Vous has received a multi-format reissue to celebrate the album’s original 23 April 1979 release, Polar Music (via Universal Music Group) have released the following anniversary reissues: – A 2LP half-speed master on 180g vinyl, mastered at Abbey Road and cut at 45rpm. – A coloured-vinyl 7” singles box set, collecting the singles from the Voulez-Vous era. ‘Summer Night City, ‘Voulez-Vous’, ‘I Have A Dream’, ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)’, ‘Does Your Mother Know’, ‘Chiquitita’ and the extended dance mix of ‘Voulez-Vous’. – Each single released as a limited-edition standalone picture disc.
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Patrick O’Brien Art

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''The Painter'' 91.5 x 91.5 cm, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”The Painter” 91.5 x 91.5 cm, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

 

 

''Rose garden walk at night'' 183 x 91.5 cm, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Rose garden walk at night” 183 x 91.5 cm, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''The Gourmet Cook'' 183 x 91.5 cm, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”The Gourmet Cook” 183 x 91.5 cm, acrylic on stretched canvas, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

 

 

Biography of Patrick O’Brien.

 He was born in Los Angeles in 1969, and has been an artist all of his life. He studied art at UC Berkeley and still draws, paints, sculpts, writes, and makes lots of photographs.

Patrick O’Brien attended Loyola High School in L.A. where he studied drawing, photography, and ceramics. His grammar school art teacher was part of his inspiration to make art in the future. Patrick is also fascinated with learning about all kinds of subjects. He loves to garden, play backgammon, boogie board, and play tennis.

Patrick has shown his work since college in many galleries and cafes. He found that making art on his own time would create more wealth than working nine to five. During 2015 and 2016, Patrick spent time in Zagreb, Croatia making art the whole time. Now he’s back in L.A. making art again. His work simply unfolds based on the materials at hand. He claims that his work is not meant to make a statement.

''Play time'' 25 x 20 x 14 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Play time” 25 x 20 x 14 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''The balancing act'' 190 x 130 x 100 cm, many materials, 2017 by Patrick O'Brien

”The balancing act” 190 x 130 x 100 cm, many materials, 2017 by Patrick O’Brien

''Sweeping and mopping'' 165 x 90 x 90 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Sweeping and mopping” 165 x 90 x 90 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''The Pink Palace'' 50 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”The Pink Palace” 50 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''Shark attack'' 50 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Shark attack” 50 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''The Hunt'' 40 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O_'Brien

”The Hunt” 40 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O_’Brien

''The horse races'' 30 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”The horse races” 30 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

 ''The Stampede'' 25 x 25 x25 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”The Stampede” 25 x 25 x25 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''The Fisherman'' 30 x 25 x 25 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”The Fisherman” 30 x 25 x 25 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''Mating call'' 35 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Mating call” 35 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

''Saturday walk'' 30 x 20 x 15 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Saturday walk” 30 x 20 x 15 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

'Rose garden walk'' 122 x 90.5 cm acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P.O'Brien

‘Rose garden walk” 122 x 90.5 cm acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P.O’Brien

'Tennis player'' 91.5 x 61 cm acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P.O'Brien

‘Tennis player” 91.5 x 61 cm acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P.O’Brien

''New York gallery show'' 51 x 40.5 cm ink on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O'Brien

”New York gallery show” 51 x 40.5 cm ink on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O’Brien

''The Librarian'' 51 x 40.5 cm ink and acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O'Brien

”The Librarian” 51 x 40.5 cm ink and acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O’Brien

 

''Year of the fire rooster'' 51 x 40.5 cm ink and acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O'Brien

”Year of the fire rooster” 51 x 40.5 cm ink and acrylic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O’Brien

 

 

''Anthropology professor'' 51 x 40.5 cm ink on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O'Brien -

”Anthropology professor” 51 x 40.5 cm ink on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O’Brien –

''Coin collector'' 51 x 40.5 cm ink, acrylic, glass & plastic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O'Brien

”Coin collector” 51 x 40.5 cm ink, acrylic, glass & plastic on stretched canvas, signed on back, 2017 by P. O’Brien

''Shark attack'' 50 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O'Brien

”Shark attack” 50 x 30 x 30 cm, many materials, 2017, by Patrick O’Brien

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