April 2012

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Issue 38 / APR 2012 Damien Hirst at Tate Modern 4th April – 9th Sept Whether it's music, performance or art, everybody needs a bit of culture in their lives. It can be inspiring and it can be thought provoking, this is exactly what Hirst any many artists seek to achieve. Hirst does so to great effect with striking sculptures, objects and paintings, including the iconic shark suspended in formaldehyde from The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991, and the diamond-covered skull from For the Love of God 2007. These are collected works from a career spanning more than 20 years, and this is the first time a British institution has exhibited this many of his pieces. This is proving to be an extremely popular event so book your tickets at least three days in advance to make sure you get in the door! We love all that bling - big thumbs up from us. For the Love of God - 2007 THE GUESTLIST NETWORK 13 , t h r o w The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living - 1991 Success Stories JEAN DUJARDIN, THE WINNER OF THE OSCAR FOR BEST ACTOR 2012 Jean Dujardin didn't even need to speak to obtain the award. 'The Artist' is actually a black and white silent- movie. Jean Dujardin acted the role of George Valentin, a mute actor when talking pictures are beginning to emerge. The world of cinema has continued to praise his performance in the movie and the interesting play on old style cinema. This is not a surprise that the French actor won the Oscar. But he really deserved this consecration for an acting that lends freshness to cinema. For the first time, a French actor won the Oscar for Best Actor. DRAW SOMETHING APP SOLD FOR $200 MILLION This sounds like a fairy tail, but new smartphone app creaters make their millionaires in just seven weeks! An addictive smart- phone app which launched just seven weeks ago has been sold for $180 million. The game that went viral not only in the UK but also in Kuwait a few days ago and is popular world- wide. Draw Something soared to the top of the app charts after being downloaded a stagger- ing 350 million times. Zynga, one of the lead- ing social network game development companies bought the company behind Draw Some- thing for around $200 million (£113). Zynga are famous for games such as FarmVille and Word with Friends. Looks like the game is going to get even more addicting soon. e B u t a u i f c l, h i l d , h i s e x p r e s s i v e , t a s t e l e s s , n o t a r t , o 6 v e r 1 9 9 s i m .. . - p l i a y s t i c a w

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