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abbey road album, beatles

The Album Abbey Road Signed by all four Beatles. The only one available in the world!! Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by English rock band the Beatles, released on 26 September 1969 by Apple Records. The recording sessions for the album were the last in which all four Beatles participated. Although Let It Be was the final album that the Beatles completed before the band's dissolution in April 1970, most of the album had been recorded before the Abbey Road sessions began. Many critics now view the album as the Beatles' best and rank it as one of the greatest albums of all time. The cover was designed by Apple Records creative director Kosh. It is the only original UK Beatles album sleeve to show neither the artist name nor the album title on its front cover, which was Kosh's idea, despite EMI claiming the record would not sell without this information. He later explained that "we didn't need to write the band's name on the cover ... They were the most famous band in the world. This Album is the only one available in the World signed by all 4 Beatles. For purchase or more information click "Add to Shopping back" or reach out to info@miljonet.com

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il fascino ferrari - art edition

Designed by Marc Newson, this luxury edition offers unrestricted access to hundreds of photographs from the Ferrari archives, and from private collectors, to reveal the full story behind the Cavallino Rampante. Featuring a complete appendix of the company’s victories, this massive tome is elevated by a sculpture evocative of the 12-cylinder engine, topping off a production unparalleled in scale. Art Edition (No. 1–250), with a sculptural bookstand by Marc Newson, each signed by Sergio Marchionne, John Elkann, and Piero Ferrari

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murals of tibet

Majestic Illumination A thousand years of Tibetan mural masterpieces revealed for the first time Hidden amidst soaring snowy mountains, deep valleys, and desolate deserts are some of the greatest treasures of Buddhist culture and Tibetan heritage. For more than a decade, photographer Thomas Laird traveled the length, breadth, and far-flung corners of Tibet’s plateau to capture the land’s spectacular Buddhist murals in all their sublime vastness, intricacy, and their spiritual, emotional, and psychological enrichment. Deploying new multi-image digital photography, Laird compiled the world’s first archive of these artworks, some walls as wide as 10 meters, in life-size resolution. This breathtaking publication assembles Laird’s portfolio in extra-large format with six fold-outs, printed in five colors including gold. Featuring both complete murals and copious details, it immerses readers into these precious, extraordinary masterpieces. In recognition of this World Heritage landmark and preservation of Tibetan culture, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama has signed all copies of this Collector’s Edition. In the 528-page scholarly companion book, Buddhist writer and academic Robert Thurman takes us through this transcendent journey with detailed text on the murals' spiritual significance while captions from experts Heather Stoddard and Jakob Winkler shed light on the storylines and artistic context of each image. As his Holiness the Dalai Lama has himself explained, these murals are not just objects of beauty, but serve as points of reference and guidance for practitioners of Buddhism, yoga, and meditation, as well as for anyone seeking to incorporate mindfulness into their daily life. Binding contemporary photographic technology with ancient traditions, this book is at once a majestic art piece, a major milestone in the appreciation of Buddhism, a precious monument to Tibetan culture, and a vital source for the contemplative arts and sciences. SUMO-sized Collector’s Edition limited to 998 copies, each signed by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, with a bookstand designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect and humanitarian pioneer Shigeru Ban.

art paintings $ 86.058

convoi with horsemen - schelfhout

Schelfhout and Moerenhout are both painters with an extensive oeuvre. They painted mainly landscapes with figures. Their personal success dissuaded neither Schelfhout nor Moerenhout from working together closely and frequently. And for obvious reasons, both painters have a thorough command of the complete domain of the art of painting, but they also have each their preferences and special skills. Schelfhout feels more at home in the larger landscapes whereas Moerenhout is brilliant at adding staffage and is capable of supplying his colleague’s painting with the necessary vitality with animals and figures. The ”Karavaan met ruiters en figuren in een zuidelijk landschap “(Convoi with horsemen and figures in a southerly landscape) is a magnificent example of their cooperation. The wagons, piled up high, following their route; the clear figures in the forefront and the horizon which seems to melt into nothingness in the warm southerly light shows how their separate talents resulted in an harmonious work of art. Besides characteristics of Romanticism, this painting also demonstrates a certain affinity with the 17th century “Italianists”. There is one more striking characteristic presenting itself here apart from everything that has been said about their relationship as colleagues: There is the enormous joy that seems to be sparking off the painting. If this were the world of sports we might call this a “one-two”. Two painters of the same mind. Artist: Schelfhout, Andreas | 1787-1870, Dutch Creation year: 1848 Medium: Oil Paint Size: 69 x 94 cm 27.17 x 37.01 in.

cars $ 132.000

alfa-romeo giulietta spider 750d

Alfa-Romeo Giulietta Spider 750D 1956 restored Matching Numbers For sale a unique early Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 750D from 1956. Delivered to Hoffman in USA. Car is restored and had Corsa Rosso Piant and beautiful chrome. Matching numbers 1290 cc engine. Car runs and drives great, leather interior. Great investment potential. Car has Belgium title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport. Ref. nr.: a0435 Make: Alfa Romeo Model: Giuletta Spider 750D Year: 1956

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fabergÉ visionnaire chronograph ceramic

Fabergé Watch Experience! Pick up your handcrafted timepiece at the Fabergé atelier in Switzerland. FABERGÉ VISIONNAIRE CHRONOGRAPH CERAMIC The stars, and the time they measure, have seen many stories start and end. Some stories end abruptly, others echo down the eons. To mark 100 years after the start of the Russian Revolution, Fabergé presents a chronograph of revolutionary significance in the horological cosmos, paying homage to the unfinished Constellation Egg of 1917. The Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph marks a new standard in charting time. Hours and minutes are read at the periphery of the watch dial while the chronograph function takes centre stage. The automatic calibre 6361, developed in partnership with Agenhor, offers a new intuitive chronograph display. It is a revolutionary new movement that imparts unprecedented clarity, precision and efficiency to the highly popular chronograph complication. It is the modern-day analogue to a Fabergé egg — a mechanical opus with wonder at its heart. Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph Ceramic timepiece features an opaline dial with TCI luminescent coating 15-minute indicators, sapphire with metallic treatment and applied numerals and hour indicators and an automatic chronograph movement of revolutionary significance, developed by Agenhor, encased in a 43mm black ceramic and titanium case, with alligator strap. Calibre: Self-winding 6361 Diameter: 34.40mm (15 lines) Thickness: 7.17mm Number of jewels: 67 Number of components: 477 Power reserve: 60 hours Cadence of balance: 21,600 vibrations/hour Decorations: Main-plate: Circular-grained Bridges: Horizontal Côtes de Genève, hand-polished chamfering Functions: Hours, minutes, central chronograph (24hours, 60 minutes, 60 seconds) Case: Black ceramic and dark grey DLC treated titanium case, 43mm, domed sapphire crystal and case back with anti-reflective treatment Laser-cut Fabergé Constellation Egg on the sapphire case back Dark grey DLC treated titanium and rubber crown Dark grey DLC treated titanium pushers Dial: Black dial with TC1 luminescent coating, 15- minute indicators Numerals and hour markers applied on sapphire with metallic treatment Dial side rotor with opaline decoration treated with black rhodium Central chronograph: black rhodium with applied silver indicators Hands: Hours / minutes: Fabergé hands with TC1 luminescent coating Chronograph: dark grey with red finishing Strap: Alligator strap Clasp / Buckle: Black and dark grey DLC treated titanium folding clasp Water resistance: 50m Only Available on Miljonet!

Only 5 for sale € 84.535

lady compliquÉe peacock

Fabergé Watch Experience: Pick up your own watch at our watch atelier in Switzerland! The Lady Compliquée Haute Horlogerie ladies' collection upholds Peter Carl Fabergé’s tradition of surprise and meticulous execution with a new and spectacular time display, which won the prestigious 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) – the Swiss watchmaking industry’s highest honour – in the ‘High-Mechanical’ category. The highly original display of the collection features a fan at the heart of the watch, a movement exclusively developed for Fabergé by Agenhor Manufacture. It thus perpetuates the ingenious and freethinking spirit of Peter Carl Fabergé; the display in the Lady Compliquée Peacock timepiece pays homage to the famous “Peacock Egg” of 1908. Lady Compliquée Peacock Timepiece features a dial set with diamonds, Paraiba tourmalines and tsavorites, hand engraved peacock in 18 karat white gold, diamond-set bezel, minute and hour indicators in mother of pearl and a retrograde hand-winding movement, encased in a 38mm platinum case, with alligator strap. Calibre: Manually-wound 6901 Diameter: 32.7mm (14 1/2 lines) Thickness: 3.58mm Number of jewels: 38 Number of components: 242 Power reserve: 50 hours Cadence of balance: 21,600 vibrations/hour Decorations: Main-plate: Circular-grained Upper bridges: Horizontal Côtes de Genève Functions: Hours, minutes, retrograde system with multiple display elements Case: Platinum case, 38mm, sapphire crystal and case back with anti-reflective treatment Gem-set bezel: 54 round white diamonds (1.83 carats) Platinum crown Dial: 18 karat white gold dial, snow-set with 127 brilliant cut white diamonds (0.38 carats), 31 round Paraiba tourmalines (0.23 carats), 57 round tsavorites (0.27 carats) 18 karat white gold hand-engraved peacock White mother-of-pearl rotating hour ring White mother-of-pearl minute track Hands: Four fixed and four moving blades, LIGA Technology, opal powder or white lacquer applied by hand Strap: Alligator strap Clasp / Buckle: Platinum Fabergé pin buckle Water resistance: 30m Mother of Pearl: Peteria Margaritifera from Australia

Only 15 for sale € 8.500

monaco gp f1 vip package

14th Annual My Yacht® Monaco. Connecting the World’ s Most Interesting People. My Yacht® events create a unique, convivial & inclusive atmosphere that enhances the special setting of being on a luxurious super yacht. Generally these are in the 40-60m range. For 2019, My Yacht Monaco will be held aboard a stunning private superyacht moored on Quay Kennedy in Monaco’s famed Port Hercules. The yacht serves as the luxury home to the weekend’s race viewing. Relax & enjoy all the race activities & fine hospitality in the gorgeous, tri-level yacht’s spacious decks & comfortable lounges, while the professional crew provides the highest level of service throughout. Enjoy unparalleled views of the Principality, the harbor & the spectacle that is the Monaco Grand Prix, made all the more special by being aboard a gleaming superyachts. My Yacht Monaco is traditionally moored in a prime Zone 1 berth on Quay Kennedy in Port Hercules, Monaco’smain harbor. These berths are the most highly-sought during the Grand Prix weekend. Thursday, Saturday & Sunday daytime, our high-speed tender service allows for quick & easy access to & from the yacht for onboard F1 viewing activities & hospitality. The circuit re-opens at 7pm each evening (2pm on Friday). Access to the Friday night charity reception is by road. - A private superyacht moored next to the racetrack on Quay Kennedy straightaway - Watch all the racing action up close from the comfort of the yacht - Charity Friday night reception aboard with Royalty, 250+ distinguished, HNW, & high society guests, Olympians, drivers, celebrities, innovators, models, with live entertainment, DJ & dancing* - 4 days of gourmet hospitality, fine wines, champagne, open premium bar - Private high-powered speedboat tenders directly to the yacht - Pit lane & F1 team garage tours available - Custom, limited edition My Yacht® gifts - A unique mix of sophisticated, like-minded individuals in the most exclusive & prestigious of settings - Assistance with hotel, restaurant, nightclub, transfer reservations “The most exclusive event for the one percent of the one percent is aboard My Yacht” Quote: CNBC TV Weekend Hospitality Experience: €8,500 Euros per person; €16,000 Euros per couple A LA CARTE: • Thursday 23rd - F1 Practice Pass - 10am - 4pm: €1,450 p/p • Friday 24th - VIP Royal Reception - 8.30pm - 1am: € 1,500 p/p • Saturday 25th - F1 Qualifying Pass - 10am - 4pm: € 2,500 p/p • Sunday 26th - F1 Grand Prix Pass - 10am - 5pm: € 3,500 p/p MAY 23 – 26, 2019 Contact info@miljonet.com for reservations of the A LA CARTE menu.

Only 10 for sale € 6.750

rijks, masters of the golden age

Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age is a groundbreaking art publication combining the finest materials, the most innovative techniques and the testimonies of thought leaders and craft masters from around the world. The unique art publication pays homage to the 17th-century Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum’s prestigious Gallery of Honour. “I believe the power of these works goes beyond their presentation. They have an inherent quality that catches your eye and pulls you in. They have star power,” museum director Wim Pijbes says. The book brings us eye to eye with over 60 iconic paintings such as Rembrandt’s Night Watch and Vermeer’s Milkmaid. Each piece is experienced up close with the most surprising detail, as the finest printing techniques and thoughtful perspectives transport these paintings from a different age and vividly bring them to life. The book sets a new benchmark for art books with its materials, production techniques and contemporary writings. Lavishly produced in genuine leather, beautiful hand-written calligraphy, and the finest printing technique and paper. This Limited Edition at 35 kilograms with a silver-plated emblem and silver plating, is printed with the finest high-pigmented inks. This version weighs 40 kilograms and measures 70 x 50 x 9 cm (height x width x length). The Limited Edition come with a specially designed table stand, protective sleeve and a Behind the Scenes book, in which the 30 stories of thought leaders and masters of crafts can be read.

Only 14 for sale € 2.995

tockr c-47

The C-47 series is Tockr's most unique offering featuring radial engine inspired dials from the Douglas C-47 aircraft. This piece is a special limited edition of the C-47 radial finished with a gunmetal PVD coating. Each 42mm case is individually numbered and made from stainless steel with a solid caseback featuring the US and Swiss flags. The radial engine dial in this piece is encased by a sapphire crystal and is laser cut by Tec Ebauches (in Neuchatel Switzerland) from a block of bronze and hand finished in different colors and textures (offered here in "gunmetal"). The C-47 Radial is powered by a Swiss automatic Leschot Engineering (from La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland) 726/A11 caliber movement featuring a monthly calendar and the hands are finished with lime green Superluminova for low light visibility.

Only 3 for sale € 6.250

the ultimate jagger/ richards portrait

The Ultimate Jagger/Richards Portrait of 2017 Master photographer Paul Bergen’s 2017 live portrait of the British rock icons Paul Bergen, Europe’s best live music photographer, captured Mick Jagger and Keith Richards during their No Filter Tour 2017 in a way no one else can. From the digital source only three signed prints will be made with a print size of 100 x 67 centimeters, 90 x 60 centimeters and 75 x 50 centimeter, as an invisibly coated museum print on EPSON 308 grams archival paper on 4 mm dibond in a handmade wooden swap frame. Order your exclusive print now! The British quality newspaper The Guardian selected some of the best jazz photographs by Paul Bergen in a feature about the North Sea Jazz Festival you can find here. But not only Paul’s jazz photos are attracting photo collectors around the world, his rock photographs are also highly appreciated, not at least by the artists portrayed. Paul Bergen is a master in framing a special moment from an original angle or standpoint, a quality even his competitors at concerts must admit. Some famous artists asked Bergen especially to capture their concerts. This amazing image of the old Rock ‘n Roll icons Mick Jagger and Keith Richards is now available for real collectors only. The large print is signed by Paul Bergen and comes with a certificate of authenticity, issued by Music inspired Art (MIA), the organization that is also offering unique prints by Jimmy Katz, Francis Wolff, Baron Wolman, Ron Jenner and other celebrated music photographers. Order your MIA Exclusive Jagger/Richards print now. Price is € 6,250.-- (100 x 67) shipping included. Only three prints, printed by EPSON master printer Hans van Ommeren are available worldwide.

Business 14 Jan '19

natural spring water

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16 / 24 Mar NL, Maastricht

tefaf maastricht

Established in 1988, TEFAF is widely regarded as the world’s pre-eminent organization of fine art, antiques, and design. TEFAF runs three Fairs internationally - TEFAF Maastricht, which covers 7,000 years of art history; TEFAF New York Spring, focused on modern and contemporary art & design; and TEFAF New York Fall, covering fine and decorative art from antiquity to 1920. TEFAF champions the finest quality art from across the ages by creating a community of the world’s top art dealers and experts to inspire lovers and buyers of art everywhere.

Other 08 Jan '19

the henley passport index 2019

Asian Countries Dominate When It Comes to Passport Power in 2019Japan goes into the new year holding 1st place on the Henley Passport Index, with citizens enjoying visa-free/visa-on-arrival access to 190 destinations. In a further display of Asian passport power, Singapore and South Korea now sit in joint 2nd place, with access to 189 destinations around the globe. This marks a new high for South Korea, which moved up the ranking following a recent visa-on-arrival agreement with India. Germany and France remain in 3rd place going into 2019, with a visa-free/visa-on-arrival score of 188.The US and the UK continue to drop down the Henley Passport Index — which is based on authoritative data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) — and now sit in joint 6th place, with access to 185 destinations. This is a significant fall from the 1st place position that these countries held in 2015. Denmark, Finland, Italy, and Sweden now hold joint 4th place, while Spain and Luxembourg are in 5th. As they have done for much of the index’s 14-year history, Iraq and Afghanistan remain at the bottom of the ranking, with access to just 30 visa-free destinations.Turkey’s recent introduction of an online e-Visa service has resulted in some interesting changes to the overall rankings. As of October 2018, citizens of over 100 countries (including Canada, the UK, Norway, and the US) must apply for an e-Visa before they travel to Turkey, instead of being able to do so on arrival. While this specific change means that a number of countries have dropped slightly in the rankings, it does not alter the overwhelmingly positive effect of the wider global tendency towards visa-openness and mutually beneficial agreements. Historical data from the Henley Passport Index shows that in 2006, a citizen, on average, could travel to 58 destinations without needing a visa from the host nation; by the end of 2018, this number had nearly doubled to 107.Dr. Christian H. Kälin, Group Chairman of Henley & Partners and the inventor of the Passport Index concept, says this latest ranking shows that despite rising isolationist sentiment in some parts of the world, many countries remain committed to collaboration. “The general spread of open-door policies has the potential to contribute billions to the global economy, as well as create significant employment opportunities around the world. South Korea and the United Arab Emirates’ recent ascent in the rankings are further examples of what happens when countries take a proactive foreign affairs approach, an attitude which significantly benefits their citizens as well as the international community.”Countries Continue to Embrace Mutually Beneficial Migration Asian countries’ continued dominance of the Henley Passport Index reflects the extraordinary effect that international mobility and migration has had on the region. The full scope of this impact is explored in the recently launched 2019 edition of the Henley Passport Index and Global Mobility Report – a unique publication that offers cutting-edge analysis and commentary from leading scholars and professional experts on the latest trends shaping international and regional mobility patterns today.Commenting in the report, Dr. Parag Khanna, the Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap in Singapore, notes: “China’s Thousand Talents scheme, Thailand’s entrepreneur visa, and similar initiatives from the UAE to Singapore show many states sustaining a high comfort level with mutually beneficial economic migration.”China’s steady ascent up the rankings over the past few years is a clear demonstration of this. In 2017, the country was ranked 85th, with citizens able to access just 51 destinations. Going into 2019, China sits in 69th place, with its nationals now able to access 74 countries and territories around the world. Commenting in the report, Froilan Malit, an Associate at the Gulf Labour Markets, Migration, and Population (GLMM) program and a Fellow at Centre International de Formation des Autorités et Leaders (CIFAL), says: “Overall, international migration has not only helped stabilize economic growth in Asia Pacific but enabled many labor-sending South and Southeast Asian countries to sustain strong economic growth, even in times of crisis.”As is clear from the United Arab Emirates’ continued upward trajectory, the Middle Eastern powerhouse has taken a similar approach to Asian high performers. Now holding top spot in the region at 22nd place globally on the Henley-IATA index, with its citizens able to access 164 destinations around the globe, the nation recently signed agreements with a number of countries, including Mexico, Japan, and Sierra Leone. Commenting on the UAE’s recent partnerships with African nations, Ryan Cummings, Director of Signal Risk, says: “The United Arab Emirates has demonstrated a penchant for reciprocating visa deregulation as the country aims to attract diverse skill-sets and increase the power of its own passport.”Cummings suggests that the African continent would also benefit from this more expansive approach: “Africa continues to lag behind the rest of the world. That said, it is certainly moving in the right direction in terms of enhancing visa openness. Over the past year, several African countries – notably Angola, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia and Senegal – relaxed visa requirements, with the intention of enhancing trade, co-operation, and security.”Looking ahead: Brexit, the US, and changing alliances The 2019 Henley Passport Index and Global Mobility Report offers fascinating insight into what the coming year might hold in terms of visa freedom and travel access. Experts anticipate that neither the US nor EU member states are in line to substantially revise their current visa policies, whereas countries in other parts of Europe (such as citizenship-by-investment newcomers Moldova and Montenegro), as well as those in Asia and the Middle East, look set to continue seeking visa-waiver agreements with diplomatic allies.A question mark remains over the ultimate impact of Brexit. While the deal hangs in the balance, it is difficult to anticipate what the ultimate ramifications will be for EU and UK citizens, as well as for EU and UK trade and co-operation. Commenting in the report on the potential impact of Britain’s changing relationship with the EU, Prof. Simone Bertoli, Professor of Economics at Université Clermont Auvergne (CERDI) in France and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Labor Economics in Germany, says: “London’s finance sector could lose a substantial part of its appeal, and other European countries (notably, France, Germany, and Ireland) could decide to strengthen policy measures to attract financial sector workers.”Finally, insights from the report show that the ever-growing trend towards visa-openness is unlikely to slow down. Overall, 2019 looks set to hold some surprises in the travel freedom space as more countries and citizens embrace the benefits of global mobility.Citizenship-by-investment countries consolidate their respective positionsAs in 2018, countries with citizenship-by-investment (CBI) programs continue to hold their strong positions. Malta, for instance, sits in 9th spot, with access to 182 destinations around the world. St. Kitts and Nevis and Antigua and Barbuda hold 27th and 28th spot respectively, while Moldova remains in a strong position at 46th place, with citizens able to access 122 countries. A recent agreement signed between St. Kitts and Nevis and Belarus, due to come into effect in the coming months, will further strengthen the St. Kitts and Nevis passport, and enhance the travel freedom of its citizens.Dr. Juerg Steffen, the CEO of Henley & Partners, says: “The enduring appeal of investment migration programs shows that more and more people are embracing alternative citizenship as the best way to access previously unimagined opportunities and improve their passport power. Additionally, it is no surprise that countries are increasingly looking to launch CBI programs, which attract talented individuals and bring enormous economic and societal benefits.”

26 Jan / 3 Feb BE, Brussels

brafa art fair

BRAFA is one of the leading European art and antiques fairs. With a consistent focus on high quality, authenticity and diversity, the fair offers treasures of classicism, modern & contemporary art and design, covering more than 20 specialities. Last year, BRAFA Art Fair welcomed 65,000 collectors and art lovers from across the world to discover 5 millenia of art history in an elegant and friendly atmosphere…

Other 30 Dec '18

2019

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Travel & Events 27 Dec '18

hot spring ( onsen )

With all Japan has to offer, it clearly attracts people with an endless variety of interests. But no matter who you are and what you get up to during the day, the best way to start or end it is with a soak in the hot springs. Onsen are communal baths with natural spring water. The waters are said to contain healing properties—and even if they didn’t, relaxing in the peaceful baths with your friends and family is healing enough all on its own.

Restaurants & Clubs 23 Dec '18

lobster gogo nyc - now open!!!

Are you planning on visiting NYC or are you already here?Come join me at the brand new LOBSTER GOGO at the new multi-Billion dollar Howard Hughes Seaport District renovation in lower Manhattan. With amazing water views, enjoy our AWESOME Lobster, Shrimp, Crab rolls or salads, Soups, sweets and snacks.Very necessary on all NYC trips!

Art & Culture 18 Dec '18

artist klimkouski kicked out of miami art show

Artist Yaraslav Klimkouski was kicked out of the Miami Art show Spectrum. On Dec. 5th, 2018, Key West based Artist Yaraslave Klimkouski was removed from the art show Spectrum in MIami during the Art Basel Miami week. Miljonet was there to see Klimkouski do his "live perforance" on his booth at Spectrum, when the situation was getting out of hand. Klimkousky was in full trance when he was painting and the spectators could see him work and putting all his passion and anger into the creative process. Paint was flying around his booth reaching the spectators and unfortunately also ruining a $1000,00 Gucci dress and it was also on the floor, walls and on the art of the surrounding galleries. The crowd went wild and was bidding on his work until the organisation asked the artist to stop because of the damage and complaints from the other galleries. Klimkouski got so angry and decided to throw paint to everyone that was around him, including the surounding gallery booths. When he decided to also paint the floor, it became too much for the organisaion and Klimkouski was arrested and removed from the exhibtion. The rest of the art week the booth of Klimkouski remained closed. His 3 years of preperation for this show was ruined in only one hour; However the artists (aka "the artist that was kicked out of Spectrum") reputation went sky high. He was the talk of the town and it definitely increased the value of his work. He was the most talked about artist in Miami. Miljonet is currently in touch with the artist in order to get a piece of artwork of the exhibition to offer for sale on Miljonet. About the Artist: In December 2012 he had his first exhibition at the artistic district of 5th Av. New York City The Artist: "Now I'm just trying to be myself and When I paint, I try to project myself onto the canvas – nothing fake, just the trut"h. "I try to project my life, my emotions, my mind, creating a subjective but true vision of reality and feelings." "My paintings are studies in contrasts. They take the form of “arguments” – struggles between my spiritual side and what I call the “side of true existence.” I never try to ignore the darker side of my unconscious mind – I am unafraid to face, express and challenge my own imperfections, weaknesses and moral destitution in my art, with the aim of better understanding myself and society"

29 Nov / 1 Dec AE, Abu Dhabi

amber lounge abu dhabi

Amber Lounge Abu Dhabi Saturday and Sunday night hosts the climatic conclusion of the F1 calendar and the ultimate GP end of season After Parties. Step aboard the Amber Lounge Yacht before heading to Amber Lounge.

20 / 22 Sep SG, Singapore

amber lounge singapore

Go straight from paddock to the Amber Lounge Singapore party, where once again F1 drivers walk the catwalk then celebrate at the Fashion after party. Sunday hosts the F1 driver GP After Party. Contact us for more details.

23 / 26 May MC, Monaco-Ville

monaco gp 2019

An ultimate weekend experience offering VIP trackside race viewing yachts, a one-of-a-kind F1 Driver Fashion Show, Dining, live Charity Auction, and three nights of After Parties with international DJ’s and live entertainment.

News, Media & Society 10 Dec '18

relocating to austria and switzerland

https://www.henleyglobal.com/files/download/relocating-austria-switzerland.pdf 

12 / 14 Nov GB, London

13th global citizenship conference

Henley & Partners is pleased to host its 13th annual Global Citizenship Conference in London in November 2019. Following the unprecedented success of the 12th Global Residence and Citizenship Conference in Dubai, we expect the conference in London to be even larger and more influential than before. The annual event has become the world’s largest and most significant conference on investment migration. In celebration of the conference’s 13th successful year, we again expect well over 400 attendees, a multitude of industry leaders, top-tier international service providers, and senior government officials who will share first-hand information on the latest developments in residence and citizenship planning.

Art & Culture 27 Nov '18

we are the children - directors cut.

Directors cut of We Are The Children which combined solidarity of cultural differences and music between the Children of the Apulia region, Italy and X2 orphanages in Kenya which we visited and included donations of over 120kg.In this trailer it tells the story of Walter of which if it hadn’t have been for Dream Children’s Home, he would not be alive today. It also includes the charity WEEP “Women Equality Empowerment Project” which helps ladies with HIV encourage them back into society, teaching them crafts, jewellery making and so much more. Thank you for your visit.

Art & Culture 14 Nov '18

rene magritte set a record for his work

Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte set a record for his work at a Sotheby's auction in New York. New York: A painting by Rene Magritte sold for $26.8 million Monday at a Sotheby's auction in New York, setting a record for a work by the Belgian surrealist.The painting entitled "Le principe du plaisir" topped the price fetched by "La corde sensible", which was sold in February 2017 in London for $17.9 million.Sotheby's had estimated the painting sold Monday as being worth 15 to 20 million dollars. It said seven collectors -- an unusually high number -- bid for it.Other paintings on offer on the second night of the autumn art auctions in New York also surpassed their estimated value."Improvisation on Mahogany" by Russian-born Wassily Kandinsky, fetched $24.2 million, compared to its pre-sale estimate of 15-20 million dollars.A painting that was supposed to be one of the main attractions of the auction failed to lure a buyer.It was Marsden Hartley's "Pre-War Pageant", considered to be one of the first totally abstract works in the history of American art.It was estimated at $30 million, nearly five times the record for that US painter.On Sunday, the Vincent Van Gogh Painting "Coin de jardin avec papillons", estimated at $40 million, went begging at a Christie's auction of Impressionist and Modern art. 

Art & Culture 29 Oct '18

audemars piguet will present albedo

AUDEMARS PIGUET WILL PRESENT ALBEDO— A NEW ARTWORK BY TOMÁS SARACENO FOR AEROCENE—AT ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH 19 October 2018: Audemars Piguet is delighted to announce a new artwork imagined by Berlin-based artist Tomás Saraceno for Aerocene. His sustainable, site-specific installation Albedo will be unveiled at Art Basel in Miami Beach on the oceanfront sandlot across from Collins Park, on December 5–9, 2018.  Albedo is a large-scale temporal pavilion developed by Saraceno, comprised of approximately 40 reflective, out-turned umbrellas. Together, the parabolic structures create a large hemispherical sundial on the Miami Beach oceanfront. Seen from above, these experimental structures form an impressive geometric constellation, transforming the usual shielding purpose of umbrellas into a community act to protect the thermodynamic balance of the Earth. The solar energy harnessed is used to lift Aerocene’s iconic aerosolar sculpture, the Aerocene Explorer, into the air. These floating sculptures imagine a new aerial infrastructure that demonstrates the possibilities of an ethical, fossil-fuel-free movement in the atmosphere, while challenging and redefining a global right to mobility.  Saraceno’s Albedo resonates strongly with Audemars Piguet’s long-term commitment to environmental sustainability. Albedo stems from Saraceno’s long-standing vision of Aerocene, an interdisciplinary artistic and scientific endeavour visualising ethical collaborations with the environment, embodying newly developed aerosolar technology devised by the multidisciplinary collaborators and scientists of the Aerocene community, supported by the Aerocene Foundation. Since 1992, the Audemars Piguet Foundation has been dedicated to the cause of worldwide forest conservation through environmental protection and youth awareness-raising programmes organised with local communities. In this way, the driving concerns of Saraceno’s aerosolar investigations resonate with the aims of the Audemars Piguet.  Foundation, as Tomás Saraceno shared: “Our mutual interest in preserving our planet for future generations makes our collaboration in Miami Beach all the more meaningful.”  Albedo by Tomás Saraceno for Aerocene is separate from Audemars Piguet’s Art Commissions (the most recent edition of which was presented earlier this year at Art Basel in Switzerland). However, Albedo bears a strong kinship with other artistic projects raising ecological awareness commissioned by Audemars Piguet and presented at Art Basel Miami Beach, including the 2017 Audemars Piguet Art Commission Slow-Moving Luminaries by Lars Jan, and Theo Jansen’s 2014 Strandbeests, an artistic project in collaboration with the Peabody Essex Museum. Similar to Albedo, these installations investigated fundamental questions about our shared social and ecological future in the form of interactive, experiential, participatory installations marked by a high degree of technological complexity and precision. The Miami Beach oceanfront is, therefore, an inspirational venue to share Albedo with an international public to probe issues of urgent historic and cosmic relevance, and move towards a new Epoch of post-extractivism, the Aerocene.  Albedo is highly interactive and has been developed with specific sustainable functions. Visitors are invited to participate in this immersive artwork that hosts performative experiments in tune with Miami Beach’s usually sunny December weather, including community solar cooking—a first within an Aerocene project, which represents a new visionary method of communicating the intrinsic multifunctionality of solar energy. Aerocene Explorer backpacks will also be available for visitors to fly on Miami Beach. A series of talks presented by Saraceno, the Aerocene community, and Audemars Piguet will be hosted throughout the week. Additional details on all programming is forthcoming.  As Olivier Audemars, Vice President of the Board of Directors, commented: “When the opportunity to support Tomás in creating a new artwork presented itself, we knew we had to bring his vision to life. Tomás is a master craftsman and similar to how we view ourselves at Audemars Piguet. A term like ‘artist’ doesn’t necessarily encapsulate the complexity of his work or vision. He is also a scientist, master connector and champion of the environment. The artwork in Miami Beach this December will take the art projects Audemars Piguet has directly championed to a new height.”  In parallel with the presentation of Albedo in Miami Beach, a major solo exhibition of Saraceno’s work, ON AIR, is taking place at the Palais de Tokyo (Oct 17, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019), and focuses his ongoing innovative research on the environment and cosmos. The exhibition includes a prototype for Albedo as well as detailing on the work of the Aerocene Foundation within the installation.

7 / 11 Feb CH, Saint Moritz

nomad st moritz winter edition

NOMAD REVISITS THE CLASSIC IDEA OF FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS TO INNOVATE A NEW FORMAT FOR THE XXI CENTURY. A TRAVELLING EVENT FOR COLLECTABLE DESIGN, NOMAD BRINGS TOGETHER A SELECTION OF THE WORLD’S LEADING GALLERIES IN INCREDIBLE ARCHITECTURAL LOCATIONS. IN FEBRUARY 2019 NOMAD ST. MORITZ WILL RETURN TO CHESA PLANTA, THE PRESTIGIOUS MANSION IN THE HEART OF THE SWISS ALPS. THIS EDITION BUILDS ON THE SUCCESS OF NOMAD MONACO, WHICH TOOK PLACE IN APRIL 2017 AND 2018 IN THE FAMOUS VILLA LA VIGIE IN MONACO, AGAINST THE STUNNING BACKDROP OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA. ST. MORITZ IS ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS WINTER HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD. TWICE THE HOST CITY FOR THE WINTER OLYMPICS, IT HAS BEEN DESIGNATED A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. ITS NAME IS VIRTUALLY A TRADEMARK, SYNONYMOUS WORLDWIDE WITH STYLE, ELEGANCE, AND CLASS. CHESA PLANTA WAS BUILT IN 1595. IT IS AN IMPRESSIVE EXAMPLE OF AN ENGADIN ARISTOCRAT’S HOUSE, AND OF DOMESTIC CULTURE IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES. GORGEOUSLY CARVED WOOD-PANELLED ROOMS, BEAUTIFULLY PAINTED DINING ROOMS, AND ELABORATE CERAMIC STOVES WILL SET THE SCENE FOR THIS FIRST EDITION OF NOMAD ST-MORITZ. CONCEIVED BY GIORGIO PACE AND NICOLAS BELLAVANCE-LECOMPTE, NOMAD ESTABLISHES A UNIQUE DIALOG BETWEEN GALLERY WORKS AND A VERY PERSONAL CONTEXT, CREATING A COMMUNITY OF INDIVIDUALS LOOKING FOR AN UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE.

7 / 11 Feb CH, Saint Moritz

nomad st moritz contemporary art exhibition

NOMAD REVISITS THE CLASSIC IDEA OF FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS TO INNOVATE A NEW FORMAT FOR THE XXI CENTURY. A TRAVELLING EVENT FOR COLLECTABLE DESIGN, NOMAD BRINGS TOGETHER A SELECTION OF THE WORLD’S LEADING GALLERIES IN INCREDIBLE ARCHITECTURAL LOCATIONS. NOMAD ST. MORITZ WILL RETURN IN FEBRUARY 2019 AT CHESA PLANTA, THE PRESTIGIOUS MANSION IN THE HEART OF THE SWISS ALPS. THIS EDITION BUILDS ON THE SUCCESS OF NOMAD MONACO, WHICH TOOK PLACE IN APRIL 2017 AND 2018 IN THE FAMOUS VILLA LA VIGIE IN MONACO, AGAINST THE STUNNING BACKDROP OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA. ST. MORITZ IS ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS WINTER HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD. TWICE THE HOST CITY FOR THE WINTER OLYMPICS, IT HAS BEEN DESIGNATED A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. ITS NAME IS VIRTUALLY A TRADEMARK, SYNONYMOUS WORLDWIDE WITH STYLE, ELEGANCE, AND CLASS. CHESA PLANTA WAS BUILT IN 1595. IT IS AN IMPRESSIVE EXAMPLE OF AN ENGADIN ARISTOCRAT’S HOUSE, AND OF DOMESTIC CULTURE IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES. GORGEOUSLY CARVED WOOD-PANELLED ROOMS, BEAUTIFULLY PAINTED DINING ROOMS, AND ELABORATE CERAMIC STOVES WILL SET THE SCENE FOR THIS FIRST EDITION OF NOMAD ST-MORITZ. CONCEIVED BY GIORGIO PACE AND NICOLAS BELLAVANCE-LECOMPTE, NOMAD ESTABLISHES A UNIQUE DIALOG BETWEEN GALLERY WORKS AND A VERY PERSONAL CONTEXT, CREATING A COMMUNITY OF INDIVIDUALS LOOKING FOR AN UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE.

Fashion & Design 07 Sep '18

royal beast design | boho-cic handmade jewellery

ROYAL BEAST DESIGN comes from the inspiration of the designer travels, creative and artistic daily surroundings. Rich colors of metals, gemstones, crystals, shells, and wood are combined in one luxurious style? Boho-chic (bohemian style). Royal Beast Design | Swiss fashion jewelry brand that embraces amazing bohemian style, bringing all the colors in our everyday life. Unique majestic accessories handmade with love, environment-friendly, and anti-allergic. A perfect jewel that enhances your style wearable for any occasion! The main feature of Royal Beast Design is a combination of contrasting materials. It is a mysterious mixture of luxury and the natural world – precious metals and wood, gemstones and seashells from exotic locations like Australia’s Gold Coast, with its unique silky, colorful, wavy style, for example.Fashionable jewelry easily recognizable and loved among all fashionistas. Rock your social circles with the jewelry of Royal Beast Design Accessorize your style with ROYAL BEAST DESIGN jewelry,  sustainable and eco-friendly brand made in Switzerland. • Brand: ROYAL BEAST DESIGN @royal_beast_design • Showroom: JAANTE @jaante_showroom • For inquiries: http://www.jaante.com      

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Fashion & Design 29 Aug '18

likov | swiss eco-friendly sustainable womenswear

LIKOV – IT’S ALL ABOUT MODERN WOMEN NEEDS - SEASONLESS FASHION FOR MODERN WOMEN. Likov is an eco-friendly sustainable slow fashion brand designed in Switzerland and made in Italy. Womenswear blending minimal silhouettes with “Easy Care & Easy Wear” materials. • Brand: LIKOV @likovstyle  • Stockist & Showroom:  JAANTE @jaante_showroom • For info & wholesale inquiries: info@jaante.com | http://www.jaante.com and • E-shop

Fashion & Design 29 Aug '18

reyrey scandinavian luxury footwear made in italy

The BRANDEstablished by the designer Rey Abadi after a lifelong passion for shoes, ReyRey is a Danish-based high-end exclusive luxury footwear brand manufactured in Italy by factories with a long legacy of shoe artisans.Rey’s mission behind the brand is more than creating beautiful and luxurious shoes.The brand aims to be a pioneer in the fashion industry with a strong purpose and “Why” culture and the importance of knowing why we do what we do. The CAPSULE COLLECTIONWHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE IN THEIR SHOE WARDROBE!A capsule wardrobe is a collection of a few essential items that go out of fashion, such as pumps, boots and stilettos, which can then be augmented with seasonal pieces. ReyRey’s capsule collection is a high end exclusive luxury brand for women who always want to look and feel stylish whatever the season.THE COLLECTION CONSIST OF SEVEN DIFFERENT STYLES AND ONE JOKER • Brand: REYREY   • Stockist & Showroom:  JAANTE @jaante_showroom • For info & wholesale inquiries: info@jaante.com | http://www.jaante.com

Fashion & Design 29 Aug '18

madola the label | collection aw 18’ – new breed

MADOLA THE LABELMadola woman is sophisticated, elegant and classy. The label is all about statement shapes and intricate fabrics. The attention to detail is not limited to the extensive use of luxurious fabrics, bold use of colors and trimmings but further resonates within the inner construction of a garment, through the clever use of a corset and numerous shape enhancing technologies. The corset construction technique in selected designs gives the fit and the look of a show-stopping hourglass shape to the wearer.The ability to constantly transcend and envision for the future is what reflects through the dynamic style lines and elegant silhouettes. Collection AW 18’ – NEW BREED‘New Breed’ is all about mixing elements and we believe our garments represent who we are. “New Breed” is inspired by a confident and an empowered woman. This collection features luxe fabrication and elegant details by mixing textures, print patterns we have given this collection a sexy and a powerful feel. • Brand: MADOLA  @madolathelabel • Stockist & Showroom:  JAANTE @jaante_showroom • For info & wholesale inquiries: info@jaante.com | http://www.jaante.com

Art & Culture 06 Aug '18

blockchain in the art world: the pros and cons

Blockchain in the art world: the pros and consThe technology could improve efficiency and transparency but it poses questions about the future of dealers and auction housesFor Sylvie Gleises, head of marketing at insurer Axa Art, the problem is all too familiar. A fire sweeps through the home of an art collector, reducing their treasured hoard to ashes. But they find that not only have the much-loved artworks gone up in flames, so have their documents of ownership, tucked away in a drawer in the same home. Proving the collector’s ownership rights now becomes considerably harder. But what if the history and proof of their purchases, the provenance of works in their collection and all related legal and insurance documents were held on a permanent, trusted database to which the collector and trusted advisers could gain access via a secure key? “If you have all the certificates and no questions about provenance and authenticity, then it’s easy for us to settle the claim,” says Gleises. This is one example of the potential benefits of the distributed ledger technology — otherwise known as blockchain — currently animating a wave of entrepreneurship in finance, healthcare, manufacturing and the art world. Used since 2009 to underpin the cryptocurrency bitcoin, blockchain allows a transaction to be permanently recorded on a database shared between computers, without relying on a third party to authenticate or process it. Immutability and security are written in to blockchain; when no single authority is in charge of the ledger, no one may remove entries or fiddle with them. It could bring efficiency and transparency to the buying and selling of art, currently a fragmented and opaque marketplace. But it also poses some searching questions about the future of the dealers and auction houses accustomed to carving off a profit: the market’s traditional middlemen. Christie’s, the venerable 252-year-old auction house, is one of the last institutions one might expect to embrace the potential of this disruptive technology. But last week it brought together technologists, art experts, entrepreneurs, financiers and lawyers at its London showrooms to discuss how blockchain could redefine processes and relationships in the art market. Anne Bracegirdle, a specialist in Christie’s photographs department, said blockchain had a “potentially revolutionary impact on our business” in its ability to host all data about an object or artwork, from catalogue details, sale prices and provenance, linked to invoices and certificates of authenticity. In her view, it reduces the room for human error, boosts trust and therefore could tip hesitant buyers and sellers over the line. “Property titles and full provenance are often missing, and that information can make or break a sale.” Digital artists are particularly captivated by the possibilities of blockchain. The market for art created to exist on a screen has suffered from the ease with which it can be replicated. But blockchain allows artists to create digital editions of their work — just as photographers create a limited number of prints — and ensure that ownership can be tracked and verified. Smart contracts — an innovation of the Ethereum blockchain on which nearly all art-related blockchain activity is taking place — also allow them to make more money out of their work, even perhaps selling portions of their work on blockchain, bringing fractional ownership to the art market. Digital art, however, is where incumbent companies appear especially vulnerable, since the role of the dealer or auction house in authenticating art, judging value based on previous prices, researching provenance and bringing together buyers and sellers could become redundant when all that information is held on a blockchain. J ohn Zettler, president of Rare Art Labs, a digital gallery for artists, says: “A simple coding script could ask where this artist has already sold and where this particular piece has sold in the past. There would be no concern about the authenticity of the piece — and no real need for a physical location where buyers and sellers gather.” One of the pioneers of blockchain-based digital art is Matt Hall, co-creator of “cryptopunks”, a series of 10,000 unique digital artworks in the shape of pixelated heads that he and his business partner released on Ethereum last year. They no longer control the art; it has taken on a life of its own, with rare cryptopunks changing hands for the equivalent of thousands of dollars.While he sees the experiment as an unexpected success, Hall says it raises “tricky questions” about people’s willingness to buy art that only exists online. Debate also rages about the technical question of where the digital art should reside. Since keeping work on the blockchain itself is expensive, it is typically used to host a proof of ownership and a link to the work itself on a separate third-party site. Purists say that offends the principle of independence that is the point of the technology; it also leaves owners vulnerable to the possibility the third-party company could go out of business, putting their art out of reach or even destroying it. Few deny that dealing with blockchain is currently tedious: users have to go through the process of acquiring a “digital wallet” and negotiate a barrage of technical jargon. For art entrepreneurs wishing to launch services on Ethereum, the price of engaging with the network to set up or make changes to data — known as the “gas price” — is also painfully volatile. “There are so many rough edges. You can’t plan for success by buying a bigger server. You don’t control the servers and you can’t call the helpdesk,” Hall says. Others worry that data held on blockchain will fall foul of the European general data protection regulation (GDPR) that came into force in May and has required monumentally complex and expensive preparations on the part of big corporations. Richard Entrup, Christie’s global chief information officer, says doubts over blockchain’s compliance with GDPR were an “aha moment” for him. “It immediately takes it off the table for a number of applications,” he says. Christie’s is nonetheless exploring the technology’s potential, with hints of an as-yet-undisclosed blockchain initiative coming soon. For some, the lack of a central authority overseeing the Ethereum blockchain is both its central appeal and its Achilles heel, since it leaves unanswered questions about what happens in the event of disputes. This is particularly acute where the blockchain is linked to artworks in the physical world. When that fire rips through the luxury apartment, who is in charge of telling the blockchain that the items in question are gone? “If a trusted party is required to do that, then how decentralised is the system really, and how different is it from doing it the old-fashioned way?” asks Hall. The need for expertise in navigating these dangerous shoals means, for the time being at least, that dealers and auction houses are likely to have a role to play. Gleises also believes they have other reasons to keep a tight grip on the market. “There are plenty of intermediaries who don’t have any interest in change. It’s a very small market, and very profitable for some. Who is going to be willing to let go of some of the margin for the market to grow?” By James Pickford FT 

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