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Spor Toto Sper Lig:

Spor Toto Sper Lig: Yeni Malatyaspor 3-1 Osmanlspor Goller:Yeni Malatyaspor:Boutaib(2),Barazite(P) (1) Osmanlspor:Maxs(1) Sper Lig'deki ilk mana kan Yeni Malatyaspor evinde Osmanlspor'u 3-1 yendi. Maa gzel balayan Yeni Malatyaspor 10. dakikada ilk goln buldu. Sonrasnda Osmanlspor'un stnlnde geen ilk yarda Osmanlspor gol bulamad ve ilk yar 1-0 tamamland. kinci yarya gzel balayan Yeni Malatyaspor 2 gol buldu. Ardndan 89. dakikada Osmanlspor'da Tisdell krmz kart grd. 90+6'da gelen Maxs'nn golyle ma 3-1 tamamland. @osmanlisporfk2014 @ymskulubu #yenimalatyaspor #osmanlspor #boutaib #barazite #maxs

MAROC VS TOGO 2_1 #boutai

MAROC VS TOGO 2_1 #boutaib @khalidzinzin @khalidzinzin @khalidzinzin

Spor Toto Sper Lig'de 1.

Spor Toto Sper Lig'de 1. hafta sonunda oluan puan durumu. Gol Kral:Gomis- Burak Y.-Boutaib(2) #galatasaray #yenimalatyaspor #kasmpaa #beikta #Trabzonspor #akhisarbelediyespor #medipolbaakehir #fenerbahe #gztepe #genlerbirlii #karabkspor #konyaspor #bursaspor #sivasspor #alanyaspor #osmanlspor #antalyaspor #kayserispor #gomis #burakylmaz #boutaib @galatasaray @fenerbahce @ibfk2014 @besiktas @konyaspor @bursaspor @ymskulubu @trabzonspor @akhisarspor @kasimpasask @sivassporsk @goztepe @genclerbirligisk1923 @kardemirkarabukspor @alanyaspor @osmanlisporfk2014 @kayserisporfk @antalyaspor

Meilleur buteur de Ligue

Meilleur buteur de Ligue 2 et international marocain l'attaquant Khalid Boutaib quitte Strasbourg et rejoint Malatyaspor promu en 1ere division turque Top scorer of Ligue 2 and international Moroccan striker Khalid Boutaib leaves Strasbourg and joined Malatyaspor promoted in the 1st Turkish division#infotransfert#transfertofficiel#boutaib#rcstrasbourg#yenimalatyaspor

An extract on #boutaib

The mission of the foundation is "to promote the understanding and appreciation of art, architecture, and other manifestations of visual culture, primarily of the modern and contemporary periods, and to collect, conserve, and study" modern and contemporary art. The Foundation seeks, in its constituent museums, to unite distinguished architecture and artworks. The foundation's first permanent museum, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, is housed in a modern spiral building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Guggenheim Bilbao was designed by Frank Gehry. Both of these innovative designs received wide press and critical attention. The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is housed in an 18th-century Italian palace, the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal. The permanent collection of the foundation is based primarily on nine private collections: Solomon R. Guggenheims collection of non-objective paintings; Karl Nierendorfs collection of German expressionism and early abstract expressionism; Katherine S. Dreier's gift of paintings and sculptures; Peggy Guggenheims collection, concentrating on abstraction and surrealism; Justin K. and Hilde Thannhausers collection of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modern masterpieces; part of Hilla von Rebay's collection; Giuseppe Panza di Biumo's holdings of American minimalist, post-minimalist, environmental and conceptual art of the 1960s and 1970s; a collection of photographs and mixed media from the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation; and the Bohen Foundation's collection of film, video, photography and new media. The foundation's collections have expanded greatly through eight decades and include every major movement of 20th- and 21st-century art. Its directors and curators have attempted to form a single collection that is not encyclopedic, but rather based on their unique visions. The collection has grown in scope to include new media and performance art, and the foundation has entered into collaborations with YouTube and BMW.

Thomas M. Messer succeeded Sweeney as director of the museum (but not the foundation) in 1961 and stayed for 27 years, the longest tenure of any of the city's major arts institutions' directors. When Messer took over, the museum's ability to present art at all was still in doubt due to the challenges presented by continuous spiral ramp gallery that is both tilted and has curved walls. Almost immediately, in 1962, he took a risk putting on a large exhibition that combined the Guggenheim's paintings with sculptures on loan from the Hirshhorn Museum. Three-dimensional sculpture, in particular, raised "the problem of installing such a show in a museum bearing so close a resemblance to the circular geography of hell", where any vertical object appears tilted in a "drunken lurch" because the slope of the floor and the curvature of the walls could combine to produce vexing optical illusions. It turned out that the combination could work well in the Guggenheim's space, but, Messer recalled that at the time, "I was scared. I half felt that this would be my last exhibition." Messer had the foresight to prepare by staging a smaller sculpture exhibition the previous year, in which he discovered how to compensate for the space's weird geometry by constructing special plinths at a particular angle, so the pieces were not at a true vertical yet appeared to be so. In the earlier sculpture show, this trick proved impossible for one piece, an Alexander Calder mobile whose wire inevitably hung at a true plumb vertical, "suggesting hallucination" in the disorienting context of the tilted floor. The next year, Messer acquired a private collection from art dealer Justin K. Thannhauser for the foundations permanent collection. These 73 works include Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and French modern masterpieces, including important works by Paul Gauguin, douard Manet, Camille Pissarro, Vincent van Gogh and 32 works by Pablo Picasso.