the War of Attrition ההתשה (‘Hatasha’ in Hebrew)

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A social network

A social network

A split gallop

Gallop

Gallop

It was when I finished and sent the illustration above, for Shlomo Artzi’s column, that I remembered a drawing I did for my dear friend, Amir way back in 2014, here below:

a split gallop

a split gallop

Déjà vu

Déjà vu

Déjà vu

From Shlomo Artzi’s weekly column in Yedioth Acharonot.

Bots, bots, bots

Bots, bots, bots

From Shlomo Artzi’s weekly column. Yedioth Aharonot

Why the singular of “data” is not “anecdote”

By Michael Shermer on November 1, 2018, Scientific American

The Fallacy of Excluded Exceptions

The Fallacy of Excluded Exceptions

For a documentary on horror movies that seem cursed, I was recently asked to explain the allegedly spooky coincidences associated with some famous films. Months after the release of Poltergeist, for example, its 22-year-old star, Dominique Dunne, was murdered by her abusive ex-boyfriend; Julian Beck, who played the preacher “beast,” succumbed to stomach cancer before Poltergeist II‘s release; and 12-year-old Heather O’Rourke died months before the release of what would be her last starring role in Poltergeist III.

The Exorcist star Linda Blair hurt her back when she was thrown around on her bed when a piece of rigging broke; Ellen Burstyn was injured on the set when flung to the ground; and actors Jack MacGowran and Vasiliki Maliaros both died while the film was in postproduction (their characters died in the film). For the full text, click here

LICENCE ARTISTIQUE


To all my friends who did not manage yet to see my exhibition: LICENCE ARTISTIQUE, here is a quick overview:

 

The exhibition will stay open until the beginning of December.

BIBLIOTHÈQUE GERMAINE TILLION
6, rue du Commandant Schloesing, Paris 16e
Métro : Trocadéro

LICENCE ARTISTIQUE

LICENCE ARTISTIQUE