Nosferatu: An Age Image
há 7 minutos.
Posso até lhe parece “normal”
mas do perfume morbido
com meus lábios em teu pescoço
me alimento, e assim vou vivendo.
Sou seu sanguiná vampiro
aqule que te rouba a alma,
A calma, e te atormenta o sono
apenas aguardo até o final
pois aqui em minha imortalidade
vou, estou… anotando tudo.. rs
vinga-me e então… mata-me.
Pois preciso eu morrer,
pra finalizar o meu eterno ciclo
De uma poesia, uma heresia,
o cadáver de teu vampiro…Sanguiná!!!
By Sonia M Valentina
Andree Guittcis vai expor numa antiga sinagoga de 1849, em NYC, que se transformou em fundação.
A mostra faz parte do projeto The Story of The Creative, quarto catálogo criado pelo See.Me para apresentar ao mundo o relato da criatividade e dos criadores, momentos design e a etnia de 100 nomes de 103 países.
O abre será no dia 25 e segue até o dia 10 de setembro.
via Nova peripécia de Andree Guittcis | Blog Social 1.
Andrée Guittcis foi selecionado para um projeto concorrendo com mais de 700 mil artistas de todo o mundo.
DIA, DeBeers, 1994: Andree Guittcis
São várias ações durante cada ano, este é o primeiro que ele faz parte. A exposição “The Story of the Creative” começa no dia 25 e segue até o dia 10 de setembro. “Sou representante do Brasil entre 100 outros artistas de todo o mundo”, conta orgulho o designer de jóias.
Modelos e Designers no Diamond International Award de 1994
via As joias de Andrée Guittcis em NYC | Blog Social 1.
The creative force is unstoppable.
It is a force of humanity, of inspiration and dedication.
It is universal.
This summer you are invited to celebrate “The Story of the Creative”.
See.Me is an international community of over 700,000 artists, photographers, fashion creators, musicians and more, sharing and celebrating what they love.
Please join us for the opening reception:
Thursday, July 25th, 7p through 11p
The show continues through September 10th.
See | Exhibition Space
26-19 Jackson Ave.
Long Island City, NY 11101
via The Story of the Creative The creative force… | See | Me.
And you can see him on EarthCamera.
Nosferatu @ EarthCamera, Times Square
Nosferatus was spotted today wandering around New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighbourhood.
We spotted him walking by a library after he was first spotted scaring this present at Worldwide Plaza earlier.
He is believed to be heading to Times Square.
Check CrowdCamera and you might be able to see him!
Image captured in New York’s Times Square, part of the InsideOut invasion.
A vampire was spotted among the hundreds new yorkers and tourists that passed by InsideOut‘s photobooth installed in Times Square.
The project, started by the street artist JR, is the largest collaborative art project in the world, having pasted more than 150.000 portraits in more than 8.500 places around the world.
And yesterday a very strange character was spotted there having his picture taken, and sucking some beautiful blondie blood too…
Nosferatu sucks InsideOut Gina’s blood
Click here to see the full picture gallery.
The webTV show UNIESP covered the closing of the 36th edition of the São Paulo International Film Festival, when a restored version of the FW Murnau‘s classic silent movie from 1922, was projected on the outside wall of the Ibirapuera Auditorium, with soundtrack performed live by the Orchestra Petrobras Symphony, with accompanying chorus Project X
On the 50th edition of the magazine “Revista Estação Aeroporto” the brazilian artist Andree Guittcis tells us a little bit about his favourite places in the Big Apple and gives an early bird information on his plans of a live art intervention in the streets of New York:
#NosferatuNY – click in the image to see the full text (in portuguese)
During this time as a resident in the city I’ll follow on some of my old projects, including a live art installation in the streets of New York, as Nosferatu (The Ruins of the Darkness), that I performed in a short movie in 2004 that could be seen in Movie Festivals in Brazil and around the World, besides keep on working as jewelry designer with an exhibit to be held at the Aaron Faber Gallery (at 53rd St.), date still to be confirmed.
You can read the full article at the magazine ISSUU website.