Webdeux.connect 09

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Saturday 10 october, there will be a networking event in Paris called Webdeux.Connect 2009.
There will be journalists, many bloggers from France, and other interesting people.
I was kindly invited and i think it’s a great oportunity for me to meet other people who blog and maybe find other interesting websites i didn’t know about. Who knows i might even bring some interesting content for the website :)
So, if you want to come over and join us, you can still hurry up and get lower price entrance tickets here

Just in case you wonder, Widgetbooster (the ones inviting me) are a network that helps websites link other websites on their favorite topic and get more visitors.
They have different categories so you can choose the one that fits best your website, put a widget on your website or blog and let it do the job.

I’ve been using it for a little while and i can say i’ve been having a bit more people in the blog recently…and it’s not only for french websites.
When it started there were little categories but it’s been growing up and now there is one category related to Art.

So yes, this post was a bit sponsorised because of the invitation i got, but to get myself forgiven there will be two extra posts tonight about other nice things you all like.
Have a nice day people! ;)

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Kimiko Yoshida Paris expo

Kimiko Yoshida, born in Tokyo in 1963, lives in Europe since 1995. She’s a really talented artist.
Her pictures play with backgrounds, colours and make up and try to show in a subtle way women’s condition all over the world.
It’s good to notice, these pictures are not retouched! I really love the way images are composed and the way different objects are used.

Right now Kimiko is exposing in Paris her series of women portraits.
The expo is called “Femmes du monde” and it’s a solo show you can see it at:
Compagnies du Monde
5, avenue de l’Opéra
2009 September 17-December 31

saigon

The saigon bride, self-portrait, 2008

C-print, mounted on acryl and aluminium, 120 x 120 cm
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