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"modigliani" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"modigliani" Discussed on Irama Jaya Radio

Irama Jaya Radio

08:27 min | 10 months ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Irama Jaya Radio

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"modigliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"modigliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Start in Paris. It's World War two. The Nazis are in charge in 1940 darkness fell over the city of light. Their orders includes seizing and selling off anything of value that Jewish families own. Art was a central aspect of the whole gust. That's Kenneth Wayne. He's an art historian. He specializes in modern art so they would loot from Jewish families. And from museums to one of the paintings the Nazis looted was from a gallery owned by a Frenchman named Oscar Stettner. Stegner's descendents believe the looted painting was a portrait now called seated Man with a cane. It's a man seated Looking very dapper. He's got a mustache. He's has a hat and he looks like you know a Parisian gentlemen, and it has kind of a caricature old quality to it. That portrait was painted around 1918 by an Italian artist named Amedeo Modigliani. There were all these different movements during the time period he was working, but he really Did his own thing. Would. Liani died young He never got rich, but now his work is more popular than ever. So we moved to the beautiful Modigliani. Got eight painted in Paris and in 2015, a different painting by Modigliani sold for $170 million. So there that was one of Modigliani's famous nudes. That price puts his work into a very exclusive club. But let's head back to Paris..

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"modigliani" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Other. I'm Neil Nunez with the BBC news state run television in Egypt has announced the death of the former president Muhammed Mosey. It's at the sixty seven year old fainted in court during a trial hearing on espionage, Giannis and subsequently died. Mr. Mosey was elected in two hundred twelve following the Arab spring. More from Modigliani we've had the set and many reports that confirming his death after he gave his statement in his he's he's been how little triumph for several cases. But this one is the biggest that's the having communicating with HAMAs and degrade scape from our weather, not thrown president, which happened in two thousand and eleven. He was being sentenced on this. But this is a retrial that started a few months ago author, he has given his statement, he fainted, then win take into a hospital. Suddenly it happened, so that raise many questions, it's a really dramatic incident. The head of the UN World Food Program has warned that the agency could begin to suspend food aid in Yemen because supplies are being diverted, citing a lack of independence in rebel who fi controlled areas. David Beasley till the UN Security Council that the WFP continued to face fierce resistance and it needed assurances if we do not receive, these, then we will begin a phase suspension of food assistance, most likely towards the end of this week, if and when we initiate suspension, we will continue our nutrition program for Noor malnourished children, pregnant women and you mothers, and we will also keep pushing and pushing to get an agreement we want to resolve this quickly so that the people can get the help they need and the help they deserve a year after the United States withdrew from the Iran, nuclear deal to Ron has warned that it's about to breach a key. Commitment of the accord president house on Ruhani won't last month that his country would stop observing the strictures on its enriched uranium Concer, nausea reports. Iran is teetering on the brink of scrapping is two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement with world powers. It says by then, it would have built up more than three hundred kilograms of low enriched uranium a ceiling set by agreement under new American sanctions. It cannot export any excess stock as has been the practice it would have to shut down its nuclear enrichment program. If it wants to stay within the limit that is something it has been refusing to do a Sudanese opposition movement has called an supporters to start nighttime rallies to protest against wanted described as the massacre of demonstrators in the Commodore Khartoum the forces of freedom and change called for the new protests to start across sedan on Tuesday, BBC news. News. The United Nations at about eight million children in ten of Nigeria's states, do not go to school with an average enrollment rate of just fifty seven percent. The majority of those out of school were girls and the states, most affected are in northern Nigeria near the Islamist insurgency in the northeast international auction house, other Bet's says it's being boats by the French businessman Patrick dry. The three point seven billion dollar deal marks a returned to private ownership for the firm after thirty one years. John to bloom reports. So the b share price soared today as Mr. draw he offered to buy them for fifty seven dollars each sixty one percent more than they were worth on Friday that premium and the supporters other baseboard means this bid is under certain to succeed that will make several long-term investors in the auction house. Very happy. They bought it shares because they thought they would massively undervalued. So the bees was hit hard by the credit crunch as even the rich. Collectors decided to rein in spending, but its fortunes have been revived by a resurgent international art market. It has conducted several record breaking sales in recent months. The American fashion icon blurry Vanderbilt has died at the age of ninety five an errand to one of the greatest family fortunes in US history. And the subject of bitter child custody battle, she earned the soubriquet, poor little rich girl. Gloria Vanderbilt was upon air of designer jeans and later became a painter and writer per son. CNN correspondent Anderson Cooper announced her death. The final games ought taking place in group b in the women's football World Cup in France Spain and China are battling it out to join Germany, as one of the two teams to qualify automatically from the group. The other will hope to qualify as one of four third place teams. That's the latest BBC world news..

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"modigliani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek issue with Carol Massar in Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio, Carol. Part of the money issue takes us to a place that people might not expect when it comes to art, you, think about going to amuse looking at it on the walls know. I mean I know how your many homes are in terms of hanging, but many people, there aren't ends up in Freeport's. It's called free ports. It's something we learned a new this week, Hugo Miller is in Geneva to tell xactly what we're talking about. What are Freeport's Hugo Freeport's are free? Get a bad name. They are a in in theory, and in practice up to a point perfect legal way for people to store. Art, free, essentially tax, the free refers to the duty your tax free element. The ports were I the fact that they're sensually dry land, massive dry land storage facilities for art. You name it. Anything that's essentially valuable. So we all right. Steph, right there. How does it work? I mean, I would love to store things tax free or have you. You know, expensive artwork right that I can store somewhere taxiing, does this exactly work. So the example I gave in the piece, I wrote for business weekend example, I give for the legal use of a freeport is, let's say you Carol billionaire have a couple of pieces of art worth ten million each and you can't decide whether you want to hang it in your Aspen shy, or your Paris kit, a tear or your New York, Brownstone said, of, let's say, taking Jackson Pollock that's worth ten million and moving it from one to the next to the next in which case he would incur import duties on each time. You move it, you just park it semi permanently or at least for for for period of time in a freeport, and a it's secure you don't have to worry about Seth and be more importantly, you're not incurring those import duties on education. The bad thing is that you don't get to see the art unless you go to freeport. Visit it right. So why would somebody use it? Well, art art as we know is become a real real financial. You know instrument in the last twenty or thirty years, and there are pieces of art. In fact, there's one that I can talk about this been disputed piece by Modigliani that was, you know, worth a few thousand fifty years ago and have and like many so many pieces of art of exploded in value. So people are buying these non necessarily because they love the piece, but because they've realized that it's a savvy investment, and in some ways is less volatile than than your average stalker bond. Right. And that gets to a really interesting point too, because we're seeing much more art rated and treated in bought and sold for extraordinary prices just in the last couple weeks. We saw the Koons sculpture sold for record. We saw record amount paid for a Monet because there's and what's important about the reports is that there are some transactional elements to this as well. Right. This is a way for people to buy and sell. Yes. And then there's even the. Albatov monday. The record of the mother of all Leonardo Davinci paintings that sold for some six hundred million after changing hands for two hundred million five years earlier. But and this is the problem is, is that they are changing hands but physically, not moving staying put in these Freeport's being sold. By essentially shell companies and being parked indefinitely in the Freeport's. So essentially, you have very, very little accountability. And yes, the freeport. Operators will say we closely document everything that enters exits the freeport. The trouble is what happens in between a night in between can be literally decades in that inbetween also has a cloak of in, in many cases, you mentioned this shell companies, and so someone doesn't really have to put their name on a transaction. They just have to create something that may obscure who they actually are. Right. Sure. Sure. I mean, and I pressed this when I went back to just recap some of the, the basic facts about all the free, four did, ask each of them. You know, have your rules on beneficial ownership changed, and there's one in Luxembourg that, that doesn't cyst on disclosure of the so-called beneficial owner, which is jargon for who is Jason Kelly carolmassar, who owns that, that twenty million dollar Modigliani, but otherwise you're looking. At a situation which almost all Freeport's only require you to disclose the name of an owner and the owner can be XYZ corporation, and nothing more. So it's very hard to actually figure out who owns these and have they been sold, because until they enter the exit, the freeport, they might have changed hands once or twice or three times. He even more because you said my last name, like my ancestors did. So like, I'm a dear I think I've just interested about some of the logistics. I mean, these are really high tech places you need a retina scan, and some of them to get into the toes a little bit about these actual facility. Some of them are huge. Some are huge. The newest ones are actually some of the smaller bigger is not necessarily better, the newest all that just opened last year in, in, in right? I mean a few miles from you guys in Manhattan operated by company called arses. And they say they max out at one hundred ten thousand square feet because it's just in the event that anything did go wrong. You're limiting your. Liability insofar as operating facility that's a hundred thousand square feet. Not not, not five hundred thousand square feet. That's Hugo Miller, NFS meeting story, Carol, we talk so much about the great museums of.

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"modigliani" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on KPCC

"Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us at last check, there are twenty three people running to be the democratic nominee for president, and I'm not even going to pretend that I can name them all. But one of the candidates is probably best known for a race that he lost. That's Beto Aurore. He tried to unseat, Texas Ted Cruz, and the US Senate midterms a year ago. Filmmaker David Modigliani was embedded with. Aurora on that campaign. And he followed the Texas, congressman as he went from an unknown shot to a national media sensation, Modigliani. I met Beto Aurora. In an unexpected place. It was a baseball game in Austin, Texas. I'm a founding member of the Texas playboys baseball club. A sandlot team. We've got and we sometimes we'll have friends that formed teams and other cities and come play us. And so, in April of twenty seventeen lows the does del Paso showed up at the field. And they had this lanky center fielder with a name that I hadn't heard before, who happened to be a US congressman, and he had announced that he was running for Senate about six weeks prior. So I was playing first base and he got a single and we had a chance to, to chat over there. You know, and I had been really since the twenty sixteen election feeling how much we dehumanize each other through politics, and how much that causes people to just sort of. Tune out and drop out of the process. And I was looking for a story that might review Moniz it or make it feel more accessible. And so in the seventh inning stretch bet, though, jumped up on a hay bale and, you know, brushed his sweaty locks aside and his dirty uniform, and it was pretty clear, like, oh, this guy, you know, looks like a movie star, but it was actually the type of campaign that he described that he was going to run that he was going to really take some risks and try some new stuff to go to every county in Texas to only take money from other human beings. Not, not corporations or packs, that felt as a storyteller, you know, something that, that would be really exciting to follow in, of course, he had this epic foil, and Ted Cruz as well and what was your pitch to him. What was the film that you said you wanted to make and what did it require of him? And I think even equally important his family to give to you, my first film. Crawford was about the town of Crawford, Texas, which George W Bush moved to about six. Six months before he announced his candidacy in two thousand and I had showed up in Crawford as a kid that grew up in the northeast with some real two dimensional views kind of stereotypical views about what small town, Texas might be and wound up kind of falling in love with the people in Crawford. As these very warm generous, great storytellers, we might have disagreed politically, but I really connected with them as human beings. So when I had breakfast with Beto I told him how excited I was that he was going to go to these, you know, very conservative deep. Red parts of Texas to show up and have the conversation and person to treat people that might disagree with him politically, just like other human beings. And in that part of it was really where I looked to connect with him and told him that I thought, what he was doing was unique and special and that, you know, there would be media coverage, and there would be post-mortems, but that I really wanted to tell that fly on the wall immersive experience of the. The campaign that he was getting to run. And there's a lot of moments in this film, where he does not come off, particularly. Well, you see him in moments of real frustration. We developed a real trust, and that allowed us to capture some really intimate moments in the film, and I'm wondering what kind of autonomy you required from the better roared campaign to not have them approve or disapprove, anything you were filming it was really important to me from the outset that this would be a fully independent creatively financially fully independent project, and that his team would not have access to any of the footage and would not have approval rights over over the final cut of the film. And I think it's a real testament to tobacco to his wife, Amy to their team. You can talk about running a transparent campaign but to really lead us into behind the scenes of the, the machinations of the controlled chaos of the campaign at self as well. Well as into some of the more personal moments through this odyssey is a testament to them walking the walk as far as sort of opening up, the, the experience of of running for for office. It's hard enough to be a parent where both people in the household have jobs, and you're trying to raise kids to play one clip, and it's really about the toll that the campaign takes on the family. This is the younger son. Henry trying to call his dad to.

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"modigliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So. Millions. But here's the thing stealing art. It's not the same as selling, art stolen. Masterpieces are like gold that happens to be radioactive. They seem Gable but are actually dangerous and unsellable Jews were the best choice. I could live off them and never be in jail. Really I got into art personally. I like paintings the most I had one wab senior act. The high pizza ojjp buffet and many others to sell them was dangerous and I never had reliable sources abroad to flog them to collectors or receivers Thomas got caught. Sometimes. In fact, he spent nearly fifteen years in prison. There was one guy though who much could sell to reliably his name was Joe M-michelle, corvette. And he ran the small gallery right in the best Steel Corp as was a middleman, so he had clients, and they had particular tastes, and those tastes were the basis of a kind of shopping list that he gave to Thome each on this list. There was Basquiat Chagall clipped Pizarro, Manet. Oh, and Modigliani they were on the list to and they were also on the walls of the AM. When Toma stroll to the museum. So after he spots these paintings Thome each meets with Cortez. He tells them what he's seen and corvette says that he wants the legit a painting called still life with candlestick. They haggled corvettes would only pay forty thousand euros which was less than told me wanted and way less than the painting was worth. But in the end Thome each gave in the money was nice, of course. But for Thome, h he also just love pulling off a clean heist. It's the early hours of may twentieth. The streets are quiet. It's dark Paris's asleep. And Thomas is window is ready. He's about to suction cups that he attached to the glass pane. And then he uses a crowbar and for so gently pry the window from the frame. There is also the seismic sound alarm. Owning the slightest noise can trigger it. So I am very careful, especially when I moved the window pane, which is very heavy. Behind the window pane. There's the grill padlock with a chain which have to open it is not hard. He slips into the museum, and then leaves almost immediately. He goes back to the banks of the sang where he waits for fifteen full minutes, just to make sure no alarm gone off in the museum. When it seems like the coast is clear, he climbs back through the window. A second time he takes off the wall and out of its frame. Now, this should be it mission accomplished clean job. But.

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"modigliani" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on KCRW

"When it seems like the coast is clear, he climbs back through the window. Second time he takes off the wall and out of its frame. Now, this should be it mission accomplished a clean job. But standing alone in the museum in the dim light. And the silence. A fearing overtakes. Old irresistible? And he finds himself staring face to face with Matisse's past oral of three nudes. Reclining Verdon setting while a fourth figure dark red colouring plays flute. It's magical, it's colors and the paint that pops out a little relief thick make a beautiful work in this baby. I a deep vivid nature much more fertile than today and the little devil playing his flute out of nowhere as if by magic as if it were the guardian of this environment where hostesses guests join in on his alluring music. I love impressionists. He grabs it and a Modigliani and then three more paintings. Then he spots another. It's Modigliani's woman with blue eyes. I will never forget what this woman with blue eyes did to me when I went to get it off the wall. It told me. If you take you would regret it for the rest of your life. I think when I touched it to take it out of its frame, it started instantly a fear that came over me. Like an iceberg. Freezing finger all the hair of my arms or Steph. I had to run away that was it. So he leaves the painting on the wall. He takes the others out of their frames and carries them to his car. And he sits there for five minutes. Equivocating? I mean, he's so close to the museum. He could go back for more the window. It's still accessible it would be so easy. Like that. He's emotion again crossing the street back towards the museum that he's just robbed. He stepping over a small barrier when his pants red. A car stops at red light if you hundred feet away and boom reality sets in the streets are empty and here he is next.

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"modigliani" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on KCRW

"Like works of art because everything that were sold millions. But here's the thing stealing art. It's not the same as selling, art stolen. Masterpieces are like gold that happens to be radioactive. They seem Gable but are actually dangerous and unsellable Jews were the best choice. I could live off them and never be in jail. Really? I got into personally I like paintings the most I had a one wab senior the bizarre orange buffet and many others to sell them was dangerous, and I never had reliable sources abroad to flog them to collectors or receivers Thomas got caught. Sometimes. In fact, he spent nearly fifteen years in prison. There was one guy though, who toll much could sell to reliably his name was Joe, Michelle, corvette. And he ran the small gallery right in the best deal corvette as was middleman, so he had clients, and they had particular tastes, and those tastes were the basis of a kind of shopping list that he gave to Tommy. On this list. There is Basquiat Chagall clipped Pizarro, Monet, oh and Modigliani and lay Jay they were on the list to and they were also on the walls of the AM. When Thomas stroll to the museum. So after he spots. These paintings Thome Mitch meets with corvettes. He tells them what he's seen and corvette says that he wants the a painting called still life with candlestick. They haggled corvettes would only pay forty thousand euros which was less than told me wanted and way less than the painting was worth. But in the end Tillmitsch gave in the money was nice, of course. But for Thome, h he also just love pulling off a clean heist. It's the early.

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"modigliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That were sold wife. Millions. But here's the thing stealing art. It's not the same as selling, art stolen. Masterpieces are like gold that happens to be radioactive. They seem valuable but are actually dangerous and unsellable Jews were the best choice. I could live off them and never be in jail. Really? I got into our personally, I like paintings the most I had one senior act the high peace algebra and many others to sell them was dangerous, and I never had reliable sources abroad to flog them to collectors or receivers Thomas got caught. Sometimes. In fact, he spent nearly fifteen years in prison. There was one guy though who much could sell to reliably his name was Joe, Michelle, corvette. And he ran the small gallery right in the best deal Corp as was a middleman, so he had clients, and they had particular tastes, and those tastes were the basis of a kind of shopping list that he gave to Thome each on this list that was Basquiat Chagall clipped, bizarro, Monet and Modigliani. They were on the list to and they were also on the walls of the AM. When Thomas stroll to the museum. So after he spots these paintings Thome each meets with Cortez. He tells them what he's seen. And core says that he wants the leget a painting called still life with candlestick. They haggled corvettes would only pay forty thousand euros which was less than told me wanted and way less than the painting was worth. But in the end Thome each gave in the money was nice, of course. But for Thome, h he also just love pulling off a clean heist. It's the early hours of may twentieth. The streets are quiet, it's dark Paris's asleep. And Thomas is window is ready. He's to suction cups that he attached to the glass pane. And then he uses a crowbar day for so gently cry the window from the frame, there is also the seismic sound alarm only, the slightest noise can trigger it. So I am very careful, especially when I moved the window pane, which is very heavy. Behind the window pane. There's the grill padlocked with a chain which have to open it is not hard. He slips into the museum, and then leaves almost immediately. He goes back to the banks of the Seine where he waits for fifteen full minutes. Just to make sure no alarms have gone off in the museum. When it seems like the coast is clear, he climbs back through the window. A second time he takes off the wall and out of its frame. Now, this should be it mission accomplished clean job..

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"modigliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're so worth millions. But here's the thing stealing art. It's not the same as selling, art stolen. Masterpieces are like gold that happens to be radioactive. They seem Gable but are actually dangerous and unsellable Jews were the best choice. I could live off them and never be in jail. Really? I got into art personally. I like paintings the most I had one Wah Senac high peace algebra and many others to sell them was dangerous, and I never had reliable sources abroad to flog them to collectors or receivers Thomas got caught. Sometimes. In fact, he spent nearly fifteen years in prison. There was one guy though, who toll much could sell to reliably his name was Joe M-michelle, corvette. And he ran the small gallery right in the best Steel Corp as was a middleman, so he had clients, and they had particular tastes, and those tastes were the basis of a kind of shopping list that he gave to toe Mitch. On this list. There was Basquiat Chagall clipped, bizarro Monet. Oh, and Modigliani. They were on the list to and they were also on the walls of the AM. When Toma stroll to the museum. So after he spots these paintings Thome each meets with Cortez. He tells them what he's seen and corvette says that he wants the lingerie a painting called still life with candlestick. They haggled corvettes would only pay forty thousand euros which was less than told me wanted and way less than the painting was worth. But in the end Thome each gave in the money was nice, of course. But for Thome, h he also just love pulling off a clean heist. It's the early hours of may twentieth. The streets are quiet. It's dark Paris's asleep. And Tom, which is window is ready. He's to suction cups attached to the glass pane. And then he uses a crowbar day for so gently cry the window from the frame, there is also the seismic sound alarm on each the slightest noise can trigger it. So I am very careful, especially when I moved the window pane, which is very heavy. Behind the window pane. There's the grill padlocked with a chain which have to open it is not hard. He slips into the museum, and then leaves almost immediately. He goes back to the banks of the Seine where he waits for fifteen full minutes. Just to make sure no alarms have gone off in the museum. When it seems like the coast is clear, he climbs back through the window. A second time he takes off the wall and out of its frame. This should be it mission accomplished a clean job..

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"modigliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So worth millions. But here's the thing stealing art. It's not the same as selling, art stolen. Masterpieces are like gold that happens to be radioactive. They seem Gable but are actually dangerous and unsellable Jews were the best choice. I could live off them never be in jail. Really? I got into art personally. I like paintings the most I had two one Wah senior act. The high pizza buffet and many others to sell them was dangerous and I never had reliable sources abroad to flog them to collectors or receivers Thomas got caught. Sometimes. In fact, he spent nearly fifteen years in prison. There was one guy though, who could sell to reliably his name was Joe, Michelle, corvette. And he ran the small gallery right in the best Steel Corp as was a middleman, so he had clients, and they had particular tastes, and those tastes were the basis of a kind of shopping list that he gave to Thome each on this list. There was Basquiat Chagall clipped Pizarro Monet. Oh, and Modigliani and they were on the list to. And they were also on the walls of the AM. When Toma stroll to the museum. So after he spots, these paintings Thome each meets with corvette, he tells them what he's seen. And core says that he wants a painting called still life with candlestick. They haggled corvette would only pay forty thousand euros which was less than Thome each wanted and way less than the painting was worth. But in the end Tillmitsch gave in the money was nice, of course. But for Thome, h he also just love pulling off a clean heist. It's the early hours of may twentieth. The streets are quiet. It's dark Perez asleep. And Thomas is window is ready. He's brought to suction cups that he attached to the glass pane. And then he uses a crowbar day for so gently pry the window from the frame. There is also the seismic sound alarm. Owning the slightest noise can trigger it. So I am very careful, especially when I moved the window pane, which is very heavy. Behind the window pane is the grill padlock with a chain which have to open it is not hard. He slips into the museum, and then leaves almost immediately. He goes back to the banks of the Seine where he waits for fifteen full minutes. Just to make sure no alarms have gone off in the museum. When it seems like the coast is clear, he climbs back through the window. A second time he takes off the wall out of its frame. Now, this should be it mission accomplished a clean job..

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"modigliani" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Here & Now

"Big act up protests, which is it was in front of the Cook County building, you have your characters participating in this protest, people go to YouTube, and they can see some of it people laying down on the ground getting harshly arrested by police. How were you informed by that? I became certain that this scene. This protest was going to be in some ways the culmination for my characters, especially for yield my main character who's very timid person. I needed to get him to the point where he would join this protest and be out there in the street at the same time rewriting history in many ways because although I wanted to write very much about real events. I didn't want to read about real people for one thing. I reinvented the gay press seen in Chicago, I made different newspapers. Because I needed to have an editor. I couldn't have it be that actual person. I also reinvent. Voted the act up leaders, and I put some other people in there. But there is a point where my characters look up and five men have come out onto the ledge outside a window of the county building right in downtown, Chicago and take off their Oxford shirts to reveal act up t shirts, and they unfurl this banner that says we demand equal healthcare now. And then one by one their violently dragged back into the building. This was something I was watching on YouTube. It's something that I heard about from a lot of people firsthand and towards the end of my research, actually, got to meet one of the surviving men who was out there on the ledge. This activist named Bill McMillan who was diagnosed very early in his still with us. And I felt like I was meeting people who'd stepped out of the revolutionary war. You know, I felt like I've been reading about these people studying them as heroes as war heroes in my mind, and one of them sitting across from me now in a restaurant showing me his scrapbook you mentioned. There's another story line. Here Yale one of your characters works for Chicago museum. He acquires paintings, and he's working on a donation from an elderly woman. She's personally picked him. And we slowly realize why is because this was art that she collected of many of the men. She loved artists who were killed either by World War One or the nineteen eighteen flu epidemic which killed between twenty and forty million people, and the parallel is so obvious. Yeah. That was really where I started the book was with the parallels between those two generations these decimated generations in America. We think a lot about the writers the lost generation who went there after the war, but before World War One you have visual artists coming there from all over Europe, Soutin Modigliani Fujita, they've all arrived in Paris as this refuge where they're going to learn art. And then the war comes and interrupts everything and the parallels between. That and the way that so many people had gotten to Chicago they'd gotten to this place where they could be happy where they could form a chosen family. And then this other kind of war comes through and destroys so much of what they had your characters have flaws come to find out human some of them make terrible terrible mistakes in whether or not they want to take the test or telling themselves they're going to abstain from sexual relations. And then they don't, and you know, it's a disease in which one mistake can be a fatal mistake. But the way they wrestle over this. There's one paragraph that I think kits at the heart of it. Can you read us Teddy's one of the characters who hasn't wanted to take the test which again just came out in one thousand nine hundred five given how they're viewed by society? You've got conservatives like Jesse Helms there are people openly saying they should all die. So please. Could you set that up and then read the paraphrase? Yes. Absolutely. So Yale my main character. Or has found his friend teddy in there..

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"modigliani" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"And my brother was in the class, and even he'd kinda thought it was cool guy, and I went back in and did it over did at Pete I can relate. Yes. Tell me. I remember this is a little later. I was in high school, but I was the, I emceed some like Dan show or like talent show hosted it. And one night I made a joke. I remembering it. They were doing dance too bad to the bone, and I made some nothing joke, but but improvised, right. And just off the top of my head made a joke about one of the girls in the dance because she's so tiny, like something about something right and killed, and it was a surprise kill. And then the next night I fucking. Forced that joke down there was there and someone said, boo. In the same, Joe different audience, different audience, the next night, and I went into my car and I cry. Yeah. And it was hard. It felt terrible. The thing that got you, love, you know, I'm not trying to be to therapy. No, I'm just saying it feels like love. Yeah, holy shit. His great. Not only. Are you listening what you love it? Yes, so much and you try and do to get in. They put a little extra spin on and and it really, really, but I'm sure it was a good learning moment. Yeah. No, it's it's painful and I've had different versions of that throughout my career. You know what I mean? Yeah. No, you have to just go like, that's just how it is. Yeah, I'm yeah, I did a one play in college rumors meal, sinus rumors I did that really meet. I think I did a couple three couples. Yeah, three couples. Yeah, no, I had a hurt. Oh, my look like Modigliani my way. Oh my God. So you know what I'm talking about. This is insane anyway, anyway. No, but it was that scene when we come in and we're late or something, and the other couple leaves and were alone for the first time. And one night me, her name was Elise me in a least did the scene and we just found. Yeah, because we weren't trying totally, and we found the rhythm of it. And there was this applause because it's Neil Simon, and if you do it well, people are gonna be like, yeah. Shacking bay. Mike, Myers was there. And then the next night we were doing an impression of what we had before to ghost of it. I have to imagine as an actress actor is actor, but I like it both ways. Yeah, right. Yeah. Some joking. Both ways the but am the penis whole. I like it in my ear. Don't call the tennis, so it's not what we don't do that. So what were we saying rumors has an actress you actor you stupa by being weird because it's a weird time and it's a weird podcast. Yeah. Good. How.

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"modigliani" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Child it's possible that one of the reasons that he ended up relection sculpture is because the dust from carving and chiseling away leinster limestone which of aggravated his lungs and yes at this point in in 1919 '19 '20 he knows that he doesn't have much time that i'm a louis where the cure aces of the modigliani exhibition on now at state road here in london if you are in town i recommended gun seat it's absolutely breathtaking not least because it just so big you're listening to medical 24 sunday brunch and we put on those in a book in just a second in williams is the form of foreign currency correspondent for for news nbc news and the sunday times he's lived in and reported from asia for more than twenty years and travel the length and breadth of china lays written a thriller based on his time in the country and around the pollution in the capital for this weekend's we can read he told georgina godwin all about the book which is called beijing smoke was smog is literal because it's it's always there and it's bad but it's also kind of figurative because it's all about what's real ahmad isn't real what's fact and watch fiction but yes it is drawn a lot from my experiences in china i think like a lot of us like a lot of fora correspondence you bang call these anecdotes all these experiences that you have while you were out there and think he will maybe there's a book in me one day on them when i left nbc two years ago i thought will i want to bring all this together i want to do something but the more i thought about it.

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"modigliani" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Odd Lots

"Demographics affects income statement on balance sheets by individuals whole slows or fritz nations and i've managed to connected to heterogeneity asset prices robotics geopolitics discount creates et cetera in previous research that i've done so we're all consumers turn consumer once they i think we consume is end in different ways brought her life is we can soon financial assets we buy financial assets so that we have them later in life cell how much is this aspect of our consumption understood or more specifically how important is this aspect in understanding the link between demographics and financial asset prices brilliant question you'll and i will tell you something that we all gorka wrong everybody in financial markets and that is that we decided to classify the older comes you mustn't preach groups and this is war some wilson modigliani moton all of us and i outdoor for twenty years that between seed ought to be that three types of life cycle that we go through young nonworkers which is he doing fifteen workers sixteen to sixty four and the retirees four sixty five plus mcc we've missed out on a very very very very important thing that is that the retiree spoiling papu groups younger tyree sixty five to seventy nine and order tyree sway a d plus the eighty plus behaved very very different pedone the younger retirees and the eighty plus population in the word is the fastestgrowing population over the last forty five years from nineteen seventy dave grohl knack four hundred percent when the whole world population has only grown by 100 percent let me take it don't the markets in japan they kept us population in nineteen seventy was one percent in two thousand fifteen it's eight percent so they've grown eight four in us they were twopercent it's doubled to four percent in eighty two percent it's going to seven percent the question you should says why should we care i'm long we should get.

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"modigliani" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"modigliani" Discussed on Reveal

"Looted assets and in particular uh art those looted during the second world war around two thousand nine james and his team are searching french archives for information about a completely different case and we happened upon a document that referred to the court claim after the war uh by oscar statin her uh for the seated man by moodley any teams knows modigliani's famous nudes but he's never heard of the seated man and he's never heard of oscar statin there so why the big fuss about these old french court documents because they tell him there is alluded painting out there and he is going to find it papers show that oscar stettler went to court after the war to get the painting back and actually one that court case and one in order for that painting to be return pat he never got a crack meanwhile james finds centers grandson he tells him about this mystery and in two thousand eleven he helped statins grandson file a lawsuit to claim that painting this painting was stolen it belonged to mr stettler and needs to be returned and this is where the fight over the painting goes around and around in circles manhattan civil court fast forward now to april two thousand sixteen just last year the panama papers hit headlines all over the world here's canadian broadcasting corporation journalist frederick zolak again on this edition of the fifty state stolen treasures i am fitted exotic in paris on the trail of a priceless painting that disappeared during the nazi occupation on reporters collaborating on the panama papers first find emails about the missing painting then they dig deeper.

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