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Artprice presents a ranking of Contemporary Art Museums in France based on Google opinions – Methodology and Facts, which have been legally verified

2019/06/13 Commentaires fermés

According to thierry Ehrmann, “Artprice’s head office is the Contemporary Art Museum known as the Musée l’Organe which manages the ERP (Establishment Receiving the Public, i.e. museum) La Demeure du Chaos, otherwise known as The Abode of Chaos.”

Methodology: the Organe Contemporary Art Museum which manages the Abode of Chaos wished to measure the Internet popularity of Contemporary Art Museums in France in as reliable a manner as possible.

After consultation with the statisticians and econometricians at Server Group and Artprice we agreed that only Google’s ‘ecosystem’ (search engine, Google Maps, Google Street View, Google Earth, Google Photos, and others Google applications) is indisputably the only legitimate reference on the Internet, both in terms of the number of users and visibility, but also in terms of reliability with real-time security measures that Google uses to avoid fraud.

Google is the only internet operator to systematically post all the cultural venues of each country all over the world. To date, we are not aware of any Contemporary Art Museum in France that has refused to appear in Google’s applications. In fact, Google is today considered by 97% of the French population as the only player to have replaced the old French directories (white and yellow pages). Opinions posted on Google are not influenced or impacted by Google’s commercial initiatives or those of any third parties. From that point of view, Google’s services are totally unique on the Internet.

The methodology adopted involved identifying all Contemporary Art Museums, whatever their location, with more than 500 opinions/reviews to their names. This high number avoids any distortions that could be associated with smaller samples.

This ranking, legally verified by a notary public, may not under any circumstances be Interpreted as a qualitative ranking; it only provides an econometric analysis of the massive flows of information from Google’s databanks. All the museum names mentioned in this ranking, and in particular the description of Google’s ecosystem, are the property of their respective authors.

L’Olympique Lyonnais informe du transfert de son joueur
international luxembourgeois Christopher Martins Pereira au ‘BSC Young Boys’ de
Berne pour un montant de 2 ME, auquel pourront s’ajouter des ‘incentives’ pour
un montant maximum de 0,5 ME et un intéressement de 10% sur un futur transfert.

CITY NAME

RANKING

REVIEWS
Saint-Romain-au-Mont-d’Or The Organe Museum – The Abode of Chaos

4.6

1,171

Paris The Pompidou Center

4.4

32,483

Paris Louis Vuitton Foundation

4.4

7,721

Paris Palace Tokyo

4.4

5,141

Paris Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art

4.4

1,451

Bussy-Saint-Martin FRAC Île-de-France – The Castle (Park Rentilly Cultural- Michel Chartier)

4.4

883

Paris Jeu de Paume

4.4

863

Le Havre MuMa André Malraux Museum of Modern Art

4.3

1,231

Villeneuve-d’Ascq LaM, Lille, Métropole Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary Art and Art Brut

4.3

1,161

Strasbourg MAMCS, Museum of Modern Art of Strasbourg

4.2

1,640

Toulouse Les Abattoirs – FRAC Occitanie Toulouse

4.2

1,354

Nîmes Carré d’Art-Museum of Contemporary Art

4.2

585

Vitry-sur-Seine MAC VAL

4.2

584

Saint-Priest-en-Jarez (Saint-Etienne Métropole) Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

4.2

518

Nice Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice

4.1

1,723

Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art

4.1

826

Bordeaux CAPC art museum contemporary Bordeaux

3,9

1,056

Only the report drawn up by the notary public is authentic in terms of the timestamp.

Read the 99-page report at:

https://artpressagency.wordpress.com/classementgoogle/

An angel will land at the Abode of Chaos, Contemporary Art Museum, HQ Artprice

2019/05/22 Commentaires fermés

As of 18:00 this evening, an angel will land at the Abode of Chaos and will remain forever. Cut from a 10-ton block of Izaourt marble, the angel will be positioned tonight.
The masterpiece by Rémy Teulier, a sculptor and brother-in-arms, is to join the collective oeuvre of the Demeure du Chaos sharing our common values of alchemy, esotericism, gnosis, redemption and fraternity.
Come see Le Messager (the Messenger) as of this Saturday 25 May at 2:30 pm.


Photo: thierry Ehrmann / Le Messager at the Abode of Chaos
Le Messager by Rémy Teulier, Sculptor

Immediately upon entering the 229th edition of the Salon des Artistes Français under the magnificent glass nave of the Grand Palais, the work catches your eye, and I immediately observed its power of attraction as the majority of visitors spontaneously headed towards it.
Le Messager is the work of sculptor Rémy Teulier.
Cut from a single block of Izaourt marble, its dimensions are impressive… the Messenger is life size (185 x 160 x 120).
The initial block weighed ten tons… the sculpture now weighs 800 kilos.
Its wings are spread, open, mature, and yet at rest. But we feel that it wouldn’t take much for them to seek to gain height when the time comes, like those of the angel of freedom.
For now they are stable, attentive and at rest. The hooded angel has one knee on the ground and the other forming a bridge-like arch echoing one hand holding a triangle and the other handling a compass, both tools that are anchored in matter…
On the ground we see a square within a circle in reference to Da Vinci’s Vitruvian man, but the jeans, the sneakers, the jacket and the hood are resolutely in the present. A wonderful mix of eras… the message is timeless.
The curves and angles all reflect each other, the folds of the sweatshirt, the edges of the hood gently catching the wind… we expect to see his nostrils breathing or his eyes scanning, the marble and the spirit are in harmony… a search is underway… both concentration and introspection.
The skull – a simple vanity – reminds us that our time on earth is short, and the acacia branches suggest immortality of the soul.
This work seems masterful in my very subjective and personal view… the most captivating work in the exhibition.
The black marble and the white of the veins of calcite which run through it. Is it Marguerite Yourcenar’s Zeno messenger?
The work is a tremendous artistic feat, a truly perfect sculpture, both attractive and eliciting an emotional response.
The different strata in the marble seem to reflect the various sensations this marvelous sculpture produces: the massive base, both compact and wide at the same time; the middle, infinitely human, imbued with superb mental concentration, and the third, higher, dimension, symbolized by the majestic wings, reaching out to the sky and the divine…
To my eyes, the messenger represents the transmutation of matter… the Great Work is underway. There, beneath our eyes, the messenger guides us, the spirit is free from contingency, the marble has become sylphic, defying gravity…
Many thanks to Rémy Teulier for answering our questions, and congratulations for this masterful work, both mentoring and Masonic.

text from the blog:

http://www.grelinettecassolettes.com/2019/02/le-messager-de-remi-teulier-sculpteur.html 

Thierry Ehrmann : « L’information est pour moi comme un suppositoire cocaïné »

2019/03/06 Commentaires fermés

Chaque semaine, « L’Epoque » paie son coup. A Lyon, le fondateur d’Artprice et de la Demeure du chaos livre ses réflexions sur l’époque autour d’un café noir.

Par Jérôme PORIER

Thierry Ehrmann n’est pas à une contradiction près. C’est à l’étage d’une brasserie chic de Saint-Cyr-au-Mont-d’Or, banlieue verdoyante sur les hauteurs de Lyon, que le PDG d’Artprice, leader mondial des bases de données sur le marché de l’art, ­reçoit son visiteur à peine descendu du TGV. Un lieu à la tranquillité bourgeoise, en décalage avec l’image du plus punk des patrons français, pionnier d’Internet, sculpteur au format XXL, adepte des scarifications, aviateur chevronné, passionné de sciences occultes, éleveur de chevaux de trait, polygame et organisateur de soirées décadentes. Un goût de la liberté qui lui vaut une réputation sulfureuse dans la bonne société lyonnaise, qu’il exècre, ce qui ne l’empêche pas d’appartenir depuis plus de trente ans à la Grande Loge nationale française.

Vautré sur une banquette, vêtu de son éternel tee-shirt noir, l’oiseau de nuit pose pour le photographe devant un double expresso. « J’en bois 16 à 18 tasses par jour, c’est excellent pour la santé. Quarante ans de chimiothérapie, ça use ! », sourit-il. Son débit mitraillette le rend parfois difficile à suivre, mais l’homme sait écouter. La méditation, qu’il pratique quotidiennement, est l’une des clés de son équilibre. ­Atteint d’une maladie orpheline neurodégénérative, Thierry Ehrmann, 56 ans, se « shoote » en permanence pour surmonter la douleur, mais cet hyperactif insomniaque ne perd pas le nord. « Je viens ici pour la vue, qui domine tout Lyon. Comme je vis la plupart du temps retiré dans mon antre de la Demeure du Chaos, mon huis-clos onirique, c’est ma respiration », dit-il.

A deux pas de l’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, le restaurant triplement étoilé de Paul Bocuse, qui fut un ami proche, Thierry Ehrmann a créé il y a bientôt vingt ans un musée d’art contemporain à ciel ouvert, entièrement gratuit. Exposant une vision glaçante d’un futur apocalyptique, il …/… Lire la suite de l’article : Thierry Ehrmann : « L’information est pour moi comme un suppositoire cocaïné »

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Thierry Ehrmann : « L’information est pour moi comme un suppositoire cocaïné »

L’intégralité de cet article en PDF :
THIERRY-EHRMANN-LE-MONDE-2019

Sur le site du journal Le Monde pour les abonnés :
https://www.lemonde.fr/m-perso/article/2018/10/14/thierry-ehrmann-l-information-est-pour-moi-comme-un-suppositoire-cocaine_5369136_4497916.html