ART IN FUSION TV _ Inauguration Ceremony _POP ART & POP MUSIC

The ” Pop art and Pop music ” exhibition organized by the city of Bormes les Mimosas _ South of France

Inauguration on the July 21st and will be open untill October 3rd, 2018 at the museum of Arts and History.

This exhibition , orchestrated by the Collector Jordi Casals ,Will present from 800 items (parts,plays) of Collection representing the links between the Pop art and the Pop Music.
Bormes Mimosas will pay a vibrant tribute to the artists, painters and sculptors of the “pop culture”
The museum will show many rare items in “limited edition”, the main attraction being the clone sculpture of Michael Jackson “the king of pop” created by Jean-Baptiste Seckler and Adrien Saada.
The walls of the museum will be covered with old issues of iconic magazines like “Times”, “Look”, “Rolling Stones”, “Paris
Match”, “Beaux Arts”, “Interview”…
More than 200 pictures ,engraving, lithography’s , screen-printing’s and paintings from the main artists of the 60’ and 80’,like Erro, will give the beat to this very Pop exhibition.
The exhibition will show the different faces, aspects of the artists who influenced and immortalized this era.
The visitors will be “rocked” through the heartbeat of this singular exhibition with the music and the videos that will be played in the museum, creating this “pop” feeling.
Encart : This event celebrates the 90th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s birth, the 60th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s birth as well as the 50th anniversary of May, 1968.
Aerial view by : Greg
Philobates production

find more at the BORMES VILLA website


Succession Law in Israel – Inheritance by Law

Most people prefer not to dwell on this subject, but the fact is that life is transient. Upon the death of an individual, the fate of their property must be decided. Inheritance is the universal practice of passing on property, as well as rights, obligations, debts and even titles.

But although the practice itself appears in some form in all cultures, the rules of inheritance are subject to the jurisdiction where the decedent (deceased) died or owned property at the time of his or her death.

Inheritance in Israel is governed by the Succession Law of 1965 (‘Succession Law’). The Israeli courts have jurisdiction over the estate of any person who at the time of his or her death was a resident of Israel, or who left property in Israel.

The default presumption of the law is stated in section number 1 of the Succession Law, which is that a man’s estate passes on to his heirs upon his death. This includes his fiscal assets, real estate, copy rights etc.

The law stipulates two ways to bequeath assets: by will or by law. If the deceased has left a will, the inheritance will be meted out accordingly to the heirs stipulated in the will. If the deceased hasn’t left a will, the heirs will be those stipulated by law, according to the order of inheritance. These are:

– The deceased’s spouse at the time of death (the only relation mentioned here who isn’t related to the deceased by blood; this may include a common law spouse),

– The deceased’s offspring, including illegitimate and adopted children and their offspring,

– The deceased’s parents, grandparents, and their offspring.

– In the absence of the aforementioned heirs, the State of Israel inherits the estate.

The inheritance will be divided equally between the deceased’s spouse (one part) and the deceased’s children (the other part, to be divided equally among them). These heirs take precedence over the parents of the deceased and their offspring, which in turn take precedence over the grandparents of the deceased.

The spouse will inherit the entire estate only if the deceased has no children, siblings or parents. Otherwise, the spouse is entitled to half the estate if the deceased is survived by children or parents, and to two thirds of the estate if the deceased is survived by grandparents, siblings or other relatives. The spouse is also entitled to inherit the deceased’s movable property, including motor vehicles, which were part of the shared household.

It is important to note that assets belonging to the surviving spouse are not part of the estate which is to be inherited. These may include up to half of the value of the couple’s assets, due to the operation of the Spouses (Property Relations) Law 5733 – 1973, the principles of joint ownership of property, or a property relations agreement (for example, a prenuptial agreement or ‘prenup’).

The right to maintenance out of an estate is also accorded to the deceased’s children until the age of 18 (the court may grant maintenance until a later age in some circumstances), or parents who are in need of financial support and were dependent on the deceased prior to his or her death.

According to section 6 of the Succession Law, an heir may refuse to inherit his or her part of the estate, provided the estate has yet to be distributed.

In the case of inheritance in the absence of a will, the distribution of the estate to the heirs according to the law will begin with a request for a succession order. This request may be handed to either a branch of the Succession Registrar’s Bureau or one of the rabbinical courts in Israel.

The succession order is a valid judicial order. Like a court order, it does not suffer obsolescence, and can be enforced years following its issuance. The order does not specify the details of the distribution of assets among the heirs, but only decides upon the identity of the heirs and their respective inheritance rights.

The request for a succession order must be accompanied by several documents (one original alongside three copies):

– Two receipts: proof of payment of the government levy on submitting a request, from the Postal Bank of Israel.

– A Succession Order Request Form signed by the submitter, who must be an heir, the estate manager or a creditor of an heir. The submitter’s declaration must be verified by an attorney, notary, judge or the head of the local council.

– An original death certificate or a copy faithful to the original.

– Notices to all remaining heirs notifying them of the Succession Order Request, including the aforementioned heirs’ signatures or confirmation of delivery of the notices by registered mail.

It is advised to consult an attorney regarding the exact procedural requirements of the process of requesting a Succession Order. Where the request for the order is made by an attorney on behalf of an interested party, it must be accompanied by an original Power of Attorney or a copy faithful to the original.

The Succession Registrar or a courthouse may nullify or amend a Succession Order (or a Probate Order, which is discussed in a separate article). If the order was granted by a court of law only a court of law may annul or amend it. Any interested party may request to annul a Succession Order; this right is not limited to the heirs of the estate. One of the most common examples of annulment of a Succession Order is when after the order is given it is found that the deceased had in fact left a will. In such a case the Succession Order may be annulled and a probate order must be requested in respect of the will.

It is important to note that there is no Estate Tax in Israel.

A Dynamic Approach To Solving Legal Matters In Israel

Source by Rahav Aharoni

Simple Origami – 8 Fun Facts About Paper Folding

Simple origami is ideal for all ages. While many may think it’s just for kids, it’s not! Here are eight fun facts about paper folding that you may not know… yet!

  1. There are dozens of entries for origami in the Guinness Book of World Records including most folds, smallest, biggest, fastest time for folding 100 cranes, and many more.
  2. If you thought origami was just for kids, think again. There is an origami airplane championship held every two years in Japan. According to an article in the Bangkok Post, the record for the longest flight indoors of an origami plane is 22.48 seconds – held by Takuo Toda, who is credited with inventing the paper airplane.
  3. The smallest origami crane in the world was made by Naito Akira folding plastic film measuring 0.1 by 0.1 mm. The 82-year old uses special tools and a microscope.
  4. The three largest origami cranes on record include one with a wingspan of 206.7 feet made by Akita Japan residents in August 1998. It took approximately 200 people 7.5 hours to fold the square paper which measured 212 feet per side. Wings for Peace folded an origami crane in Seattle in November 1999 with a resulting wing span of 215 feet. The latter reportedly weighed 1750 pounds. In January 2001 an origami crane with a wingspan of 256 ft 6 was folded in Odate Japan.
  5. A charity in Mexico (Grupedsac) supports small farmers and indigenous people to make and sell shoulder bags, hand bags, coin purses and belts out of folded candy wrappers and other trash.
  6. Origami is the theme of a play in New York called “Animals Out of Paper” in which the three main characters all are involved in the art of paper folding.
  7. There are at least a dozen national origami associations throughout the world including: US, Japan, France, Netherlands, UK, Spain, Germany, Australia, Italy, Poland, Russia, and China. The British Origami Society was the first association and was founded in London in 1967.
  8. Origami USA sponsors a yearly convention in New York that is said to be the largest in the world.

It’s easy and affordable to get started with simple origami. You just need paper and folding directions.

Taj Mahal Is a Hindu Temple Reveals the Book ‘World Vedic Heritage’

The book under review ‘World Vedic Heritage – A History of Histories’ is written by a great research scholar P.N.Oak after years of research on this subject.

This was written way back in 1984 and I have read it long back with wonder. Some of the topics like Taj Mahal was a Hindu Temple, Vedic stanzas are in Koran, Aurangazeb’s grave is in a Goddess Temple-Yard etc. attracted me very much. While I am reading this book now, still it fascinates me.

Even though the subjects are controversial, the author has given ample authoritative evidence for the readers.

The author says that the dome of the Taj Mahal in Agra, near New Delhi, the capital of India, has lotus petals. The lotus petals in inlay-work girding its base, the inverted lotus on top of the dome and the trident pinnacle are all Hindu, Vedic features indicating that the fifth generation Mogul emperor, Shahjahan only requisitioned the Tejo Mahalaya Shiva Temple.

Most of the area in around the main building is under Archaelogical Department’s control and no visitor is permitted there. Oak says that there is ample evidence to prove his point in those areas.

The book has 92 chapters in 1312 pages. The Vedic culture in the East, Vedic past of Japan, China, Korea and Manchuria, West Asia etc. are dealt in detail by the author. Supporting his theory, the author has given 56 photos also in the book.

The book makes an interesting reading. It is argued in the book that the first immediate reaction of a large section of the public on reading an unheard of thesis of the kind expounded in this book is likely to be one of shock, disbelief and rejection. But the cogency of the argument, the continuity of the thread of the history and the comprehensive evidence are likely to be persuasive factors which may ultimately make the theme more agreeable and acceptable.

A detailed bibliography is also attached at the end of the book quoting 114 sources.

The reader may draw his own conclusion after digesting all the facts put forth in the book. Lastly, after going through the contents of this book, one will get the impression that the Indian history must definitely be re-written correctly.

Purushottam Nagesh Oak (Birth: 2 March 1917; Death: 4 December 2007), commonly referred to as P. N. Oak, was an Indian writer, notable for his Hindu-centric brand of historical revisionism. Oak’s “Institute for Rewriting Indian History” issued a quarterly periodical called Itihas Patrika in the 1980s. He has written more than twelve books. He was on the editorial staffs of the newspapers Hindustan Times and The Statesman. He joined in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, India and served as class I officer for a long time.

In all, those who are interested in Indian History, should read this book without fail.

Source by Santhanam Nagarajan

Top 3 Guitar Magazines To Help You Teach Yourself Guitar

There are many different ways that you can get lessons that will help you teach yourself guitar. There are guitar magazines, dvd’s, cd’s, books, tablature, online membership sites, teachers and probably a dozen other methods that I haven’t even thought of. One of the oldest and most popular ways is the use of guitar magazines. You can find many of these magazines at your local bookstore, grocery store or corner/convenience store. Most of them will contain lessons, gear reviews, album reviews, interviews with guitar players and some even throw in a cd or dvd that have video lessons and gear demonstrations. If you really like a particular guitar magazine, subscriptions are available at discounted yearly or more rates.

So which one is the best? Well that depends on a few things:

1. Where you are in your guitar playing? Beginner, intermediate or advanced?

2. What style of music are you into? Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Country etc.?

3. What do you want more of in your guitar magazine? Tabs, lessons, gear reviews?

Before you go running off to your local magazine stand to look for a magazine that’s right for you, check out the following list that I have put together for you of 3 of the best guitar magazines that are available today. Please keep in mind that these are my choices of the top 3 and depending on your taste, you may think another publication is better. But at least this list will give you a head start and you don’t have to thumb through every magazine on the rack.

Guitar World:

Guitar World is one of the most popular monthly magazines on the market and contains guitar and bass tablature of around five songs per issue. The lessons are directed at beginner and intermediate players and most of the lessons, tabs and interviews are in the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal genres. The subscriptions are available at a pretty hefty discount and you can also upgrade your subscription and get a bonus cd-rom with each magazine. These cd-roms will play video lessons, gear demonstrations and music from some amazing guitarists. For more information check out

Total Guitar:

Total guitar is a monthly magazine from the U.K. and is the most popular guitar magazine in Europe. This is in my opinion the best magazine for beginner guitarists. Don’t get me wrong, there are lots of lessons for guitar players of all abilities but Total Guitar focuses mostly on the novice. The mag has a nice variety of tab for Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Punk, Country and Folk, so there is something for everyone. Another great thing about Total Guitar is that unlike most guitar magazines, they don’t focus on articles and expensive gear but focus on teaching beginner guitar players how to play properly.

Each magazine also comes with a free cd that contains audio examples of the lessons and best of all, backing tracks for all the tabs. These backing tracks are great because they have the guitar parts missing so you can jam along with the song just like you were playing with the band.

The only downfall with this publication is that if you live outside of the U.K., expect to pay a lot for a subscription. Check out for more information.

Guitar Techniques:

Made by the same company that makes Total Guitar, Guitar Techniques is also a top-notch magazine. Guitar Techniques also has a massive amount of lessons that are spread out along many genres including Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Jazz and County. This magazine specializes in guitar instruction and it shows. You also get a cd with the backing tracks for the tabs and lesson examples.

You’ll get everything from beginner tips to some more advanced soloing lessons. They also get right into the different styles or techniques of your favorite guitarists. They explain exactly what scales and techniques they use and how the artist gets their sound. They then give you examples tabbed out so you can learn exactly how to play it. For more information go to

So there you have my list of the Top 3 Guitar Magazines that will help you teach yourself guitar. Hopefully it has made your choice a little easier. Now go get it and start shredding!

Pencil Art Drawings As a Birthday Gift

Drawing is not a new concept; it has been an old elegant fashion of expressing things within a visual form. Pencil art drawings, since ages, are one of the impressive forms of visual expression that transform the luster of a thing or an object. There are quite a several procedures or approaches of pencil drawings.

However pencil works on paper are the most common and appealing art works seen at the art gallery exhibitions. The exhibition artworks are basically expensive than simple pencil drawings. The art loving people love to present pencil art drawings as a gift to their dears in the different occasions like birthday and anniversary.

The traditional drawing works were monochrome and may have some colors. Basically, traditional drawing has been drawn using a set of tools and equipment such as graphite pencils, pen and ink, chalk, markers, crayons, inked brushes and so on. Unlike traditional drawing, modern pencil art drawings are drawn using no extra tools or equipments except some pencils. Modern pencil drawings are two kinds, color pencil drawing and monochrome pencil drawing.

In the modern age, the fashion trends are always changing. The people think the simpler is the better. In general, painting and drawing mean two different senses. In pencil artworks, people don’t like drawings full of fancy colors and patterns rather some simple pencil lines filled with tone onto a piece of paper.

Pencil artworks have been used in many purposes. The people use them as home décor and occasional gifts. Besides, pencil artwork is another way to frame up your unforgettable memories in a piece of paper. Nowadays, in the art gallery, we see different kinds of amazing pencil art drawings that catch eyes. A pencil portrait artist inks his/her love and passion onto a piece of paper just using a pencil.

If you want to get some attracting priceless gifts for your dears, you can go for pencil drawings. A pencil work is not that expensive and anyone can afford it. You can find some fancy pencil art works at the art gallery, gift shops or from the pencil portrait artists’ places. You can even get transformed your own pictures or things into pencil drawings from the artists, it’s called customized pencil drawing.

A customized pencil drawing can be a great birthday gift for your friends, partners, parents, and even for your child. You can select the kiddy pictures of your child, old romantic memories of your parents, all unforgettable memories in your school life and memories that always make you feel better. Just select some of your old memories framed up as pictures, contact with a pencil portrait artist and get them transformed into amazing priceless gifts for your dear’s birthday.

Source by Maria G.

Should I Hire a Photo Booth Rental For My Wedding?

Every bride has asked the question, “Is photo booth rental a good idea for my wedding?” In most cases, the answer is a resounding YES! Now if you are talking about the old school or DIY photo booths where only two person can sit on the bench or the booth is simply hideous to look at then I can understand your concerns. I would not consider that type of photo booth for my wedding either. Not only will those booth ruin the theme or decor of your wedding, it might stand out like a sore thumb. And let’s not get into the liability aspect of the DIYer’s photo booth. Fortunately, time has changed and modern photo booths are phasing out the old and self-built ones.

Before you book any photo booth rental, make sure you check out the vendor’s website. Take a look at the photo booth design. Asked the vendor a few questions. Is it made out of wood? Is it easily transportable? Some vendors will charge for idling fees (the amount of time the booth is sitting idle at the venue) and some will not. That all depends on the vendor, staffing and how difficult it is to transport the booth.

Now the following question that brides often ask is, “Why do I need a photo booth if I already have a photographer?”. Well, that’s a great question! The photographer’s job is to capture all the precious moments that happens on your wedding day with the bride and groom being the subject. Occasionally, he/she might snap a few shots of the guests and that’s it. The photo booth’s job is to grab pictures of all the guests that attended your wedding. Not when they are talking or daydreaming but when they are willing, happy and engaging! One thing I’ve noticed during our photo booth rental was how everyone genuinely had so much fun taking their photos. The photos shows the raw emotions of happiness – people laughing, waiting anxiously by the printer for the photo to develop, or gathering in groups to judge their latest adventure into the photo booth. Photo booth rental is a huge hit on all of our rentals.

The greatest thing about the photo booth is the sense of spontaneity. There’s no photographer telling you how to smile, how to stand, or that your smile needs to be more ‘genuine’. From the time your wedding guest pushes the touchscreen monitor until the four photos have been taken, the most crazy, fun, and humourous things could be captured onto film.

We also get to see the purest feelings of love displayed in the photos: a group of friends, packing themselves into the photo booth to make the silliest faces possible. an elderly couple – perhaps the grandparents of the groom? – sneaking into the photo booth for their millionth kiss together. and the bride and groom themselves, bride in groom’s arms, for one of their first kisses together as husband and wife.

Recently we attended a very classy event at Caesar’s Windsor, we captured some of these emotions onto video.

Unleash the party and unleash the love with your very own wedding photobooth!

Source by Samson Tse

How To Purchase Canvas Wall Art On The Net – Important Tips Before You Buy

If you want to buy canvas wall art to decorate your home, a good place to buy them is on the net. Although it is very convenient and also cost-effective to purchase art online, there are still somethings you have to keep in mind before clicking on the “buy now” button.

When you search for paintings on the Internet, you can take your time. Buying at an art gallery will limit your choices to a handful. Art galleries only have a few pieces on hand and only a few will provably be suitable for your tastes. On the net, you can find hundreds of suitable artwork.

When your window shop online, you can take your time picking possible items and comparing the prices, styles, sizes and colors. You may feel pressured to buy at an art gallery by a pesky salesman breathing down your neck.

The first thing you have to do before surfing on paintings online is to take measurements of your wall. Write them down and have the measurements next to your computer. Now as you surf on possible purchases, take note of the dimensions of the paintings too and write them down.

A good tip is to save the photos or links to the canvas wall art on your PC so you can compare all your choices later on. Decide if you plan to buy artwork according to the subject like landscapes, flowers, portraits, or still life paintings.

Do you want a relaxing blue painting for your bedroom, or do you prefer to buy a sophisticated cityscape or abstract canvas art set for your office? Consider the style of your home or office too when deciding on what type of artwork to get. Make the painting match with the rest of the room’s theme.

Take extra care about colors too. One good tips is to base your painting’s color choice on colors of your furniture and decor accessories like throw pillows, the lampshade color, or the rug. Avoid getting a painting with the same exact color of your wall because you will lose contrast that way.

Know how much you should spend on your canvas wall art. You should be able to buy reasonably priced paintings online compared to expensive artwork at art galleries. Expect to spend about a hundred dollars at most for a medium-sized single painting, or a couple of hundred dollars for large canvas art sets.

When you see an attractive painting that you want to buy, check the signature on the artwork. If you like one of his paintings, you will likely appreciate his other works too because they will be created with the same style. Check other paintings made by that artist because you might find something more ideal.

Once you find the perfect painting that you want to buy, decide if you want the canvas wall art framed or not. Some online art stores can frame for free. It will be cheaper to have the art store frame it for you before they deliver the artwork. Getting paintings framed at independent framers is a bit expensive.

You should also check delivery charges. Some art stores pad shipping fees to make more money. Some online stores can deliver for free depending on your location. You should also ask the seller to have the painting installed with a hanging device.

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