Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Se me odeia, deita na BR.

SAPHIRA's STUDIO Newsletter# 1-7
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Dear Friends,

We cordially invite you and your friends for the Opening Reception of 

art meets fashion

From September 13 through September 15 2013, 6:00p.m.-10:00 p.m. 

Industry City at Bush Terminal

241 37th Street, Sunset Park, Brooklyn

2 Stops on the N Train (36th Street Stop) from Canal Street

- Free Event -

RSVP requested: http://www.artmeetsfashionmovement.org

art meets fashion

The  first annual ART Meets FASHION (AMF) Exhibit at Industry City (Sunset Park, BK) September 13-15, 2013. 40% of all exhibit artwork sold and 100% of this yearʼs silent auction and luxury raffle proceeds will benefit BK Style Foundation and the Foundation for Art In Motion and their collaborative education initiative in Brooklyn. AMF is an International exhibit and includes fashion influenced artwork, sculpture and video installations created by 30 artists from NYC, Brazil, Italy, Africa, Hong Kong and Spain. Curated by Italian Artist Marco Gallotta, Brazilian Curator and Artist Antonio Oliveira, and Ford Model and Founder of Art in Motion Monica Watkins, the goal of ART Meets FASHION is to strengthen and celebrate the arts and fashion culture in Brooklyn. Key sponsors include MoCADA(Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art).

The contributing AMF artists include: Carlos Falchi, Bil Donovan, Ricky Powell, Marco Gallotta,  Antonio Oliveira, Alex Blaise, Gordon Skinner, Cynthia K. Cortes, Clyde James Ramos, Andrew Makadsi, Bob Albert,
Delphine Diallo, Josama Palabra, Alcinda Saphira, Rene Nascimento, Heather Van Uxem Lewis, Christine Selvia, John Jay Cabuay, Izak Zenou, Javier Martin, Carlos Aponte, The Muffin Man, Beck Oakley,  Francesco Petrone, Jaka Vinsek, Hassan Kinley, Kisha Batista, Yalitza Rodriguez, Lance Cain, Luis Alves Collage, Jason Yarmosky, Peter Ruprecht, Wyatt Gallery, Igor Molochevski, Rosalinda Gonzalez, Fabrice Bonmartin, Romulo Sans, Loan Chabanol, Reka Nyari, Ben Franke, Molaundo Jones, Miguel Trelles, Liz Carvalho, Marcos Amaro, Shannon Shiang, Theo Dora and Erica Simone.

SEIGREEN, SAPHIRA’S Studio productions, & IAC (International Arts Coalition)  are honored to present 5 artists from Saphira Studio  in the exhibition, art meets fashion.
The following artists are participating: 

Alcinda Saphira
Antonio Oliveira
Liz Carvalho
Marcos Amaro
Rene Nascimento

Painting by Alcinda Saphira e Design by Liz Carvalho

Antonio Oliveira  

Marcos Amaro

Rene Nascimento 

Artist's work will be available for sale at http://www.saphirastudio.com
Please contact us at 1 914 216-9803
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SAPHIRA'S STUDIOVirtual gallery & productions , by Alcinda Saphira & Louis Ventura, is an office and virtual gallery of art. SAPHIRA'S STUDIO is located in New York and Rio de Janeiro and focuses on the art market,
We work with an innovative team of skilled professionals to ensure positive outcomes of the products we represent. Among our specialties are: paintings, sculptures, panels, giclees, photographs, furniture and accessories specially designed with style, quality and unique signature by the artists we represent.
We create opportunities in different formats  of events for artists from different countries in order to promote cultural exchange. Further, we provide consultancy for artists interested in building or improving their careers.
For enquiries about SAPHIRA STUDIO please contact Alcinda Saphira

INTERNATIONAL ARTS COALITION is an independent group of artists working with a culturally diverse network. Its goal is to help and share opportunities among the artistic community through exhibitions, performances, workshops, events and social gatherings.
For enquiries about NTERNATIONAL ARTS COALITION contact Antonio Oliveira
art meets fashion
Friday, September 13 at 6:00 p.m. at
Industry City at Bush Terminal
241 37th Street, Sunset Park, Brooklyn
2 Stops on the N Train (36th Street Stop) from Canal Street

RSVP requested: http://www.artmeetsfashionmovement.org

Newsletter Design: Gustavo Braga

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I just addressed the nation about the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
Over the past two years, what began as a series of peaceful protests against the repressive regime of Bashar al-Assad has turned into a brutal civil war in Syria. Over 100,000 people have been killed.
In that time, we have worked with friends and allies to provide humanitarian support for the Syrian people, to help the moderate opposition within Syria, and to shape a political settlement. But we have resisted calls for military action because we cannot resolve someone else's civil war through force.
The situation profoundly changed in the early hours of August 21, when more than 1,000 Syrians -- including hundreds of children -- were killed by chemical weapons launched by the Assad government.
What happened to those people -- to those children -- is not only a violation of international law -- it's also a danger to our security. Here's why:
If we fail to act, the Assad regime will see no reason to stop using chemical weapons. As the ban against these deadly weapons erodes, other tyrants and authoritarian regimes will have no reason to think twice about acquiring poison gases and using them. Over time, our troops could face the prospect of chemical warfare on the battlefield. It could be easier for terrorist organizations to obtain these weapons and use them to attack civilians. If fighting spills beyond Syria's borders, these weapons could threaten our allies in the region.
So after careful deliberation, I determined that it is in the national security interests of the United States to respond to the Assad regime's use of chemical weapons through a targeted military strike. The purpose of this strike would be to deter Assad from using chemical weapons, to degrade his regime's ability to use them, and make clear to the world that we will not tolerate their use.
Though I possess the authority to order these strikes, in the absence of a direct threat to our security I believe that Congress should consider my decision to act. Our democracy is stronger when the President acts with the support of Congress -- and when Americans stand together as one people.
Over the last few days, as this debate unfolds, we've already begun to see signs that the credible threat of U.S. military action may produce a diplomatic breakthrough. The Russian government has indicated a willingness to join with the international community in pushing Assad to give up his chemical weapons and the Assad regime has now admitted that it has these weapons, and even said they'd join the Chemical Weapons Convention, which prohibits their use.
It's too early to tell whether this offer will succeed, and any agreement must verify that the Assad regime keeps its commitments. But this initiative has the potential to remove the threat of chemical weapons without the use of force.
That's why I've asked the leaders of Congress to postpone a vote to authorize the use of force while we pursue this diplomatic path. I'm sending Secretary of State John Kerry to meet his Russian counterpart on Thursday, and I will continue my own discussions with President Putin. At the same time, we'll work with two of our closest allies -- France and the United Kingdom -- to put forward a resolution at the U.N. Security Council requiring Assad to give up his chemical weapons, and to ultimately destroy them under international control.
Meanwhile, I've ordered our military to maintain their current posture to keep the pressure on Assad, and to be in a position to respond if diplomacy fails. And tonight, I give thanks again to our military and their families for their incredible strength and sacrifices.
As we continue this debate -- in Washington, and across the country -- I need your help to make sure that everyone understands the factors at play.
Please share this message with others to make sure they know where I stand, and how they can stay up to date on this situation. Anyone can find the latest information about the situation in Syria, including video of tonight's address, here:
Thank you,
President Barack Obama


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The White HouseTuesday, September 10, 2013
Watch President Obama at 9:00 ET tonight
Tonight at 9:00 PM ET, President Obama will address the nation from the East Room of the White House.
He will discuss our response to the Syrian regime's use of chemical weapons that killed more than 1,400 civilians -- including more than 400 children.
Watch tonight: President Obama addresses the nation

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