Fidest – Agenzia giornalistica/press agency

Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 33 n° 335

Posts Tagged ‘showing’

6th Consecutive Showing

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 18 agosto 2019

Inc. magazine recognizes Bounteous on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the publication’s prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. Bounteous, a leading insights-driven digital experience agency, achieves growth through increasing value for clients and a thriving, award-winning company culture.This is the sixth consecutive year that Bounteous has been named a growing private company on the list. Bounteous experienced explosive growth in 2019 with annual revenue increasing by more than 66 percent year over year, and earning its spot on the list for achieving 135 percent growth over the last three years. The agency ranked 2,792th overall, 128th in Illinois, and 125th in the Greater Chicago area, where it’s headquartered.Bounteous also took the 70th spot in companies offering IT Systems Development. While entries are limited to single industries, Bounteous services cover a holistic approach to digital transformation, including design and development, analytics and data science, and marketing, media, and personalization.
The 38th annual Inc. 5000 list represents a unique look at the most successful, independent companies in the United States. Many Bounteous clients and partners have also been honorees on the Inc. 5000, including Domino’s Pizza, Zipcar, TransPerfect, Acquia, and Algolia.
Not only have the companies on the 2019 Inc. 5000 been very competitive within their markets, but the list as a whole shows staggering growth compared with prior lists. The 2019 Inc. 5000 achieved an astounding three-year average growth of 454 percent, and a median rate of 157 percent. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue was $237.7 billion in 2018, accounting for 1.2 million jobs over the past three years.

Posted in Estero/world news | Contrassegnato da tag: , | Leave a Comment »

Showing exceptional sculptures

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 2 settembre 2010

Paris 14 September to 26 October 2010 Galerie Ratton-Ladriere11 quai Voltaire,  Opening day: Monday 13 September From 14 September to 26 October 2010, the Ratton-Ladrière gallery will be unveiling some thirty sculptures from the 15th, 17th, and 18 th centuries. Some of them depict historical scenes, such as the Death of Cleopatra, while others show religious scenes, such as the Beheading of Saint Paul, while others still are based on mythology, such as the Lady with the unicorn or the Faun with Kid. Located on quai Voltaire, the Ratton-Ladrière gallery has been one of the must-see antiquity galleries of the “Carré Rive Gauche” for some thirty years. Having been established on the Right Bank (14 rue Marignan, Paris 8th district) for several decades by Charles Ratton and Guy Ladrière, the Ratton-Ladrière gallery is now known internationally for its sculptures and art objects, but also its paintings and drawings, which primarily cover the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
A genuine aficionado, Guy Ladrière conveys his passion for art to those around him, starting with his daughter Sandrine who has been working for the gallery since 2001. Together, they are delighted to count among their regular clientele numerous demanding private collectors, to which can be added the most renowned international museums, such as Cluny, Versailles, and the Getty Museum (Los Angeles)… not to mention the Louvre which faces it from the other side of the Seine. In the autumn of 2010, the Ratton-Ladrière gallery will be inviting art collectors and aficionados to see some thirty sculptures from the 15th, 17th, and 18 th centuries, displayed by
Pierre-Hervé Walbaum.
Among the prominent pieces, let us mention the Beheading of Saint Paul, a terra cotta sculpture hand-crafted in the 17th century by Alessandro Algardi, or the Faun with kid, a white marble sculpture made in the 18th century by a certain Jacques François Saly, inspired by the statuary of antiquity. Fauns are generally rustic beings that are half-man and half-beast; Saly’s faun, however, is of a youthful grace and completely civilized, one worthy of being shown at the Court of Louis XV where the marble piece was on display. The Ratton-Ladrière gallery regularly organizes thematic exhibitions of exquisite refinement and quality. Its previous exhibitions had themes of “Animals in art”, “Sculpted heads”, and “Old masters drawings from the 16th to the 18th centuries”.

Posted in Cronaca/News, Estero/world news, Mostre - Spettacoli/Exhibitions – Theatre | Contrassegnato da tag: , , , | Leave a Comment »

Rock – Paper – Scissors

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 7 giugno 2009

rockGraz until 30/8/2009 Neubaugasse 6, Concert by. The Red Krayola Many artists have found their way to an individual style via pop music. Generally, what is left of it in their later work is an obsession and a thematic inclination. However, this exhibition is more about showing art that looks at pop music analytically and critically as well as championing it. Pop music is about conceptual and strategic decisions. Pop music develops from ideas about public show and provocative attitudes, but also about wishes that even the wishers themselves won’t own up to. That leads to decisions on various levels that are sometimes clearly visible – and should be – but at other times remain out of sight. Artists have often been better able than critics and theoreticians to discover and analyze connections.  In the generation that became active in the 1960s, there were still very few artists who understood that pop music had created a cultural form that established a new relationship between sounds and visual symbols, redefined the role of the performers, and linked sound and picture media in an unfamiliar way. Art & Language, Albert Oehlen, Mike Kelley, Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether were witnesses of (and participants in) the radical changes that punk involved and the genesis of independent labels around 1980 – and reacted to them in very different ways, both as artists and in their own musical projects (e.g. Sonic Youth). Rene’e Green, Stefan Hablützel and Sam Durant have likewise kept up a permanent engagement with both pop music and sound. In their works, Lucy McKenzie and Uwe Schinn, Katrin Plavcak and Saâdane Afif, Dave Muller and Mathias Poledna have been able to relate to the newly self-reflective pop music, while Klara Lide’n and Nico Vascellari have adopted this gestus, only to drop it again. (rock)

Posted in Estero/world news, Mostre - Spettacoli/Exhibitions – Theatre | Contrassegnato da tag: , , , | Leave a Comment »