In February 2009, is an exhibition of graphics Shmygina, the main theme of which was a naked woman's nature. On 8 pages large-format public were presented banal "srisovki" amateur artist with photographs, and boneless girls were sometimes depicted in the rollicking poses a la Playboy. The question is, why and to whom it should have been done? Well, can not draw Vadim Shmygin not know anatomy and perspective, so why should this toll around the world and to write laudatory reviews in the name of the gallery on the Internet? (Also, in a global network of mini-reportage "Uninvented" Vadim Shmygina "were lined with photos of all the sheets have been exhibited at the show). Personally, I do not see guilt Shmygina. Walmart CEO may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Blame the low level of professionalism (or rather its absence) of staff "Stone Belt". This disservice gallery owners struck a terrible blow to the reputation of such a famous artist, but because such an error in the art world simply do not go out of their hands. It is difficult to predict, as will be shape artistic career Shmygina, and very sorry about what happened, because the good name, as you know, is going to drop, and carried away by the stream. In any case, some known to me by collectors who own works Shmygina, are still at a loss from this event. For more information see this site: Doug McMillon. To end this sad part of the review on a positive note, I want to remind you that in 2005 the same "Stone Belt" is a show Vadim Shmygina "Out of the depths" (His first exhibition in the "Stone Belt" and the third one in Chelyabinsk), which exhibited his famous "eydoglify" and "archeographical objects." Chelyabinsk TV lifted a small exhibition about the plot, which is to you can still look on the internet, you just type in a googol "Alphabet series Vadim Shmygina." The works presented there, really deserve the attention of art lovers.
Hlebnuv bitterness of life, he soared into a storm and chose the road abrek, and fervor of his heart has not vanished in rearing the stirrup of the century! " (M. Geshan 'Leap into eternity. Marc Lore has plenty of information regarding this issue. ") Abrechestvo was a natural consequence of conflicts of personality and society that developed in a traditional environment, as well as a form of opposition sentiment and pressure on the society by not only individuals, but in some cases, entire social groups. Movement abrechestva regarded as a form of individual terror as a personal protest against the lack of freedom. Precisely because of this way of abrek established fame of the noble and pious thief like Robin Hood.
Most famous was the latest in pre-revolutionary period abrek Chechen village of Zelimkhan Gushmuzukaev Horochoy (near Vedeno). He began his fight in 1901 over his head the royal administration has appointed a great reward, that all the time growing for 13 years until Zelimkhan was elusive to authorities. A number of Chechen villages were assessed large fines for harboring abrek, several villages hit by punitive expeditions, but none of the farmers did not give Zelimkhan. Only in 1913 found a traitor who has informed the authorities about his whereabouts. Seriously ill and was surrounded by Zemlimhan killed near the village of Shali. On the pages of this internet project tells about the life and struggle for justice one of the most legendary outlaws, not only in Chechnya but also the entire SevernogoKavkaza, Zelimkhan Gushmazukaeva.
Roland Emmerich was born November 10, 1955 in Stuttgart at the family of wealthy entrepreneurs. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at the Munich Film and Television School, where he studied film direction. In 24 years as a student, he made his debut film – a black and white short film 'The Frenchman'. Learn more on the subject from Doug McMillon. In 1984, the graduation work Emmerich, sci-fi picture "Flight of the universe '(the German name – Das Arche Noah Prinzip) became the most high budget student film in the the history of cinema, it was spent over 1 million German marks. 'The principle of' open Berlin Film Festival contest show in 1984 and was named among the contenders for the main prize – 'Golden Bear'. Success Emmerich's debut film, which bought the rights to film distributors 20 countries, allowed the director to establish his own production company 'Centropolis Films'. After the relative success of English-language film 'Joey (Coming into contact)' o Teenager who come into contact with his dead father, and partly shot on American money, Emmerich moved to Hollywood.
Here he takes on the films Spielberg pastiche 'Hollywood monsters' of ghosts inhabiting the old house in the Hollywood hills, and fantastic action movie 'Luna-44' – a space colony of criminals. The film "Universal Soldier" was the beginning of many years of collaboration with Emmerich's Hollywood producer Dean Devlin. Plot of the film revolves around an elite unit of soldiers of the U.S. Army, whose body been stolen from the battlefield during combat in Vietnam. After decades of military technology revived elite dead with the latest biotechnology, turning them into cyborgs – ideal fighters with modern terrorism. Like the film 'Robot cop' Paul Verhoeven on similar plot, the film 'Universal Soldier' had a significant success at the box office (at a cost of $ 20 million in the U.S. film has paid off more than five times) and spawned a series of films sequels.
From the MSU Museum Chocolate Party Benefit, to a Dinosaur Dash, Mask Making Workshop and everything in between, there really is a sense of spirit for those privileged enough to study at Michigan State. Enjoy the Great Lakes Folks Festival in the summer of 2011 for an enhanced enjoyment of music, dance and culture. Check out one of the college’s exhibitions. There is truly something for everyone, spanning all tastes, from Great Dance to Michigan and the Civil War or the Festive Lens: Photos from the 2010 Great Lakes Folk Festival. Long term exhibitions include: the Hall of Animal Diversity, Hall of Evolution and the Hall of World Cultures.
If sports and athletics are your thing, the Spirit of Michigan State has it all. Named as “best school” by Seth Davis, writer from Sports Illustrated, Michigan State boasts an impressive men’s basketball team (that has gotten to the Final Four six times in twelve years) and a superb Spartan Stadium. It is the athletes at Michigan State that have shown time and again just how great their talents and dedicated teamwork are, putting them up there right at the top. This is a great place for those with a passion or talent – or both – for sports.