Archive for April, 2016

Time Lapse: Award Winning Make-Up Artist Creates Horror Makeup

Academy Award winning artist make-up artist shows us how he creates horror makeup for Hollywood’s biggest movies.

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Oscar Winning Makeup Artist’s Special Effects Makeup Timelapse

Watch John Caglione, Jr. transform his daughter in to a crazy character.

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Oscar Winning Make-Up Artist Creates Horror Makeup

Academy Award winning artist make-up artist shows us how he creates horror makeup for Hollywood’s biggest movies.

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Artist Ai Weiwei to release documentary on refugee crisis

Chinese dissident artist Ai looks on as he visits a migrant's makeshift camp on the Greek-Macedonian border, near the village of IdomeniChinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei plans to release a film about the migrant crisis next year, adding to the celebrity voices seeking to highlight the plight of refugees. Ai, known for his criticism of China's human rights record, visited camps, such as Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border, in the last few months where he said he had witnessed a very difficult situation and wanted to share the experience. "It's a documentary film, we have been shooting (for) over 600 hours, I did hundreds of interviews," Ai told reporters in Bern.


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French magnate finally finds Paris home for artworks

French businessman Francois Pinault poses with his son Francois-Henri Pinault and his grandson Francois Pinault pose together pose after a news conference at the town hallBy Laetitia Volga PARIS (Reuters) – French luxury goods magnate Francois Pinault is finally achieving his ambition of opening a museum in Paris to house his vast private art collection a decade after he ditched previous plans over red tape and opened a gallery in Venice instead. Pinault, a self-made billionaire who soon turns 80, is considered one of the world's biggest collectors of modern art with some 3,000 works produced by the likes of Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami. The museum, to be located at the Bourse de Commerce building, a former grain exchange in a part of Paris synonymous with a bygone era of inner-city food wholesale markets, is set to open in 2018 under a deal with the city.


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