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53.6% of albertobaracchini's followers are female and 46.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 6.00%. The average number of likes per post is 54257 and the average number of comments is 37.
Albertobaracchini loves posting about Art, Modeling, Photography.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ALBERTOBARACCHINI
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- Beauty & Fashion 82.54 %
- Business & Careers 64.41 %
- Fitness & Yoga 51.05 %
After quite a bit of time spent away from #instagram in order to regenerate, it’s really amazing to open up my wall and seeing this super #cool #HoneyBirdette & #HBHellRaiser post 👏🏻🙌🤩👍🔝 it looks like the perfect and #kinky match to my last feed 😂🔝🔞🔥 You people at @HoneyBirdette should be so proud... ahem I meant ashamed of yourself 😂👏🏻🔝🙌
When a crowd of mixed class citizens surrounded and took the Bastille, on July 14, 1789, it was the first true populist uprising in France. Historians have debated women role in the French Revolution and their long-term impact on French women. Women had no political rights in pre-Revolutionary France; they were considered "passive" citizens, forced to rely on men to determine what was best for them. That changed dramatically in theory as there seemingly were great advances in feminism. The women demanded equality to men printing pamphlets and forming women's clubs like the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women. However, the #Jacobin element in power abolished all the women's clubs in October 1793 and arrested their leaders. The movement was crushed. This decision depended on traditional male supremacy, and on #marieantoinette 's bad reputation for feminine interference in state affairs. A decade later the Napoleonic Code confirmed and perpetuated women's second-class status. The highly influential #Encyclopédie in the 1750s set the tone of the #Enlightenment, and its ideas exerted influence on post Revolution France. In many public articles, #LouisdeJaucourt criticized traditional roles for women, arguing that "it would be difficult to demonstrate that the husband's rule comes from nature, in as much as this principle is contrary to natural human equality.” One of greatest influences foreshadowing the revolutionary and republican transformations in women's roles was #jeanjacquesrousseau educational treatise Emile( 1762). More recently @crazyhorseparis_official under the creative direction of @chantalthomass and @andreedeiss staged the amazing #rosedeversailles act to ironically and glamorously tell the story of change in women attire and attitude: change which #CrazyhorseParis contributed in great measure to propel. 🔝🤩👍🇫🇷 @deborah_gloria_lettieri 📸 by @albertobaracchini Following pix: Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun Portrait of Marie Antoinette, Queen of France circa 1788 New Orleans Museum of Art) Eugene Delacroix. Liberty Leading the People, 1830. A detail. Louvre Museum. Attribution CC BY-SA 4.0 #14juillet #fetenationale #bastilleday #bastille
“They say she is too much to handle, but when the moon pulls the tide and the wolves howl her name, blessed are the ones who have been taken by her wild.” ― Nicole Lyons — @nicolelyonspoetry 🙏 (thanks for your amazing art) 🙏 I am still not quite sure about posting on this day. According to the way I was brought up, there’s absolutely no difference in value, importance, self-determination, freedom of action, freedom of speech, or freedom of expression between women and men. And this means there’s absolutely no need to have an international women’s day. That said, in reality there’s still a lot of room for improvement in women’s noesis. In simpler terms, the psychological result of perception, learning and reasoning still has to develop to a much more mature state. From century-old gender-oriented culture, based on apparent body strength and look, to a much less discriminatory and deeper understanding of real women power and ability. This process also happens in nature and it is called ontogenesis: a pure biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex level. I do hope that natural growth aided by cultural maturation will expedite the process. #IWD2019 #InternationalWomensDay #BalanceforBetter #lottomarzo #pinko vintage #mimosa jacket #nicolelyonspoetry #StrongWomen #8march #albertobaracchini #danielazeqohairmakeup #fashion #photography
The holiday called Christmas is an amalgam of many winter holidays from different cultures. The word celebrates the birth of Jesus, although the date is not recorded in the Bible, and people at that time did not place particular importance on birth dates. Astronomers established the comet that beckoned the Magi was visible to the naked eye on June 17th of 2BC. Only later, in 4th Century, Pope Julius set December 25th as an attempt to Christianise midwinter pagan holidays such as Solstice and Saturnalia. For pagan cultures the time that precedes the Solstice in winter was a period of passage between the old and the new year, among the sun that is dying and the new one that is going to rise again. The Church transformed this period with the liturgy of the Advent, that consists of four Sundays which represent the mythical 4.000 years of hindrance after the original Fall. For Roman Church the character of the Advent is double. Of penitence, as shown by the purple paramentas, by the prohibition of flowers on the altar, organ music, and by the ban of "Gloria in excelsis" and "Te Deum”. Of joy as the intense desire of the arrival of the Messiah or the Rising Sun is expressed by the many Halleluja. Before Winter Solstice, Romans celebrated the Saturnalias, a festival in honor of the god Saturn, up to the the eve of the Natalis Solis (Christmas of the Sun) the day in which it is visible in the sky the return of the sun, from the South to the North. The Saturnalias were the most festive recurrence of the year: there was a suspension of the order when the slaves were temporarily free, people exchanged gifts for good luck and also elected a festivity King, Saturnalicius princeps. Then, around the 4th century Pope Julius tried to cancel those celebrations but the tradition was so strong even amongst Christians that they were condensed in one day and transferred to the New Year's eve, the night in which there are no rules. (continues) #leconderotisme #leçonderotisme #jeanpierrelang #juliettegréco #paroxysmederotisme e #salvatordali #salvadordali #crazyhorseparis #feucrazyhorseparis #louboutinworld #crazyhorseparis_official #albertobaracchini #deborahlettieri #gloriadiparma
"From women’s eyes this doctrine I derive: They sparkle still the right Promethean fire; They are the books, the arts, the academies, That show, contain and nourish all the world.” - William Shakespeare - 'Love's Labour's Lost' (1595) act 4, sc. 3, I 🧠📕 More and more each day we find ourselves entangled inside our smartphone digital screen. They call it CPA: Continuous Partial Attention. That means that we are all paying simultaneous attention to a number of sources of incoming information, but at a very superficial level. Smartphone and Social Networks take us somewhere else from where we are and to someone else from who we are with; so we lose sense of time, place and priority. We end up being nowhere alone. Scientists say that 84% of human communication is unspoken. This is called Semiotics: the study of signs and symbols. In particular, Linguistic and Cultural semiotics investigates sign systems and modes of representation humans use to convey feelings, thoughts, ideas, and ideologies as they communicate. Symbols are better observed in art, literature, anthropology, sociology, and mass media. Semiotic analysis looks for cultural and psychological patterns that underlie language, art, and other expressions. In ancient Greece, Prodicus, then Plato and Aristotle recognized the instrumental nature of the linguistic sign. Then Augustine of Hippo elaborated the role of signs in human learning. Roger Bacon in his De Signis (1267), described the relationship between a sign, its object of reference, and the human interpreter. Then F. de Saussure explained how all elements of language are part of a larger system of language, called semiology. Peirce studied logical reasoning, different categories of signs and the manner by which humans extract meaning from them. Umberto Eco in his A Theory of Semiotics jokingly suggests that semiotics is a discipline for "studying everything which can be used in order to lie" 1976. So let’s take the time to look in the eyes of the person we are talking with. There are many more words that those we actually dare to say. 👁Music 🎶 #thedrunkenboat by #wordsoundpool by #freemusicarchive creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.
"All great and precious things are lonely." John Steinbeck -East of Eden There was a time in my life when I was not happy when I was alone. It took me many years and quite a bit of sadness to realize that one’s happiness shall not depend on anybody else. On the contrary, solitude is the real cradle of creative work. Today in Paris everybody, myself included, is super busy mingling with perfect strangers, pretending to love all sorts of weird or awkward looking piece of clothing presented on the catwalk by the giant designer name brands. Don’t get me wrong: there really are some amazing creations and cool not mainstream ideas. But there are also some items who make you wonder why anyone on earth would ever wanna wear them. I guess journalists, bloggers and VIPs don’t want to feel alone, blowing the whistle. So they pretend: yet everyone’s is alone as well. Alone in the crowd. So today’s post goes against the flow. No fancy runways, no congregated multitude of iPhone witnessing fashion fans. Today post features only one person. A creative. A dancer. She doesn’t WEAR fashion; she MAKES fashion come alive through her body, her movement, her class, her attitude, her elegance. In a way the creativity required to invent and execute dance, spreads out allowing fashion to transcend fabrics and stitching, and become living and breathing matter. If you wondered why nowadays dancers are more and more called upon as fashion testimonials, it’s because they spend a lot of time alone. Rehearsing. Repeating. Looking deeply in their own souls. Finding new energy and courage and passion and willpower. They accept to represent the concept of art, and to be seen in all their vulnerability, and loneliness and fragility. They are not only amazing #humans and #women: they become #muses. 🙏@petraconti @marieagnesgillot @deborah_gloria_lettieri @mistyonpointe @isabellaboylston @marachok @dusty_button @alealeworld @iana_salenko @melhamrick @katieboren1 @ruby.tear @skylarbrandt @misakuranaga @remy_dancer @kyliesheaxo @dorotheegilbert @federica_capra (who sooner or later will start posting some great stuff 😂) @__melissahamilton and all the countless others who I have no space to mention.
SIRENS 🧜🏻♀️ “Dive deeper, my Siren, and sing, All I crave is feeling you within.” ― Talismanist Giebra, Talismanist: Fragments of the Ancient Fire. Philosophy of Fragmentism Series. 🧜🏻♀️ Is desire really dangerous? Is passion a misdeed to be avoided at all costs? To the contrary of what old teachers told their students in the past, #Ulysses #sirens are the perfect example of improvement by ambition. 💪🧗🏻♂️ Ulysses knows the stakes but his hunger for knowledge is so burly, that he invents a way to escape death and to accomplish his mission. Once again intelligence and #creativity seem to be the keys to human progress. 🧠🔝🚀💫🌍🥊📕 A special thank to my dazzlingly beautiful #muse #deborahlettieri also known as #gloriadiparma for playing #siren while being conscious of her own allure and for abstaining from capsizing any passing vessels. 💂🏻♀️🤩😱😂🚢🛳⛵️🌊💃🏻 #crazyhorseparis #crazyhorseparis_official #albertobaracchini #fashion #bikini #thisisitaly #shooting #beach #amalficoast #summertimesadness Thanks also to #grandhoteltritonepraiano for their super location and great hospitality 🙏🔝👍👌 Music 🎶 #waves by #mrprobz cover by #soundcloud creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
“THE FLESH COVERS THE BONE AND THEY PUT A MIND IN THERE AND SOMETIMES A SOUL, AND THE WOMEN BREAK VASES AGAINST THE WALLS AND THE MEN DRINK TOO MUCH AND NOBODY FINDS THE ONE BUT KEEP LOOKING CRAWLING IN AND OUT OF BEDS. FLESH COVERS THE BONE AND THE FLESH SEARCHES FOR MORE THAN FLESH. THERE'S NO CHANCE AT ALL: WE ARE ALL TRAPPED BY A SINGULAR FATE. NOBODY EVER FINDS THE ONE. THE CITY DUMPS FILL THE JUNKYARDS FILL THE MADHOUSES FILL THE HOSPITALS FILL THE GRAVEYARDS FILL NOTHING ELSE FILLS.” - ALONE WITH EVERYBODY ELSE - CHARLES BUKOWSKI 📝 - It’s almost impossible to spend time at #chelseahotel in #newyorkcity and not get carried away thinking about the #poems #charlesbukowski wrote while in town. Here is my humble tribute to the #loneliness he so well describes. A special thanks to #tomobedlam for his interpretation 🎤and to #freemusicarchive for the open license archive: a real treasure chest 🎼🎯🏆 #poetry #writing #writerscommunity #writersofinstagram #poetsociety #typewriter #emotions #fellings #editorial #fashionphotoshoot #thought #creative #poetryisnotdead #poetryislife #art #spilledink
"As you set out for Ithaka hope the voyage is a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery. Laistrygonians and Cyclops, angry Poseidon—don’t be afraid of them: you’ll never find things like that on your way as long as you keep your thoughts raised high, as long as a rare excitement stirs your spirit and your body. Laistrygonians and Cyclops, wild Poseidon—you won’t encounter them unless you bring them along inside your soul, unless your soul sets them up in front of you. Hope the voyage is a long one. May there be many a summer morning when, with what pleasure, what joy, you come into harbors seen for the first time; may you stop at Phoenician trading stations to buy fine things, mother of pearl and coral, amber and ebony, sensual perfume of every kind— as many sensual perfumes as you can; and may you visit many Egyptian cities to gather stores of knowledge from their scholars. Keep Ithaka always in your mind. Arriving there is what you are destined for. But do not hurry the journey at all. Better if it lasts for years, so you are old by the time you reach the island, wealthy with all you have gained on the way, not expecting Ithaka to make you rich. Ithaka gave you the marvelous journey. Without her you would not have set out. She has nothing left to give you now. And if you find her poor, Ithaka won’t have fooled you. Wise as you will have become,so full of experience, you will have understood by then what these Ithakas mean.” Constantino Kavafis - Ithaka 📙📯 The reason I love collaborating with artists is exactly the very same element that makes working with them so difficult.📌 They have, more or less consciously, fully grasped that in order to convey a deep meaning, to pass a message that is universally comprehensible, they need to dig deep into their own arcane profoundness. 🔍 And to do that, they must accept to become very exposed, absolutely vulnerable. ❣️ In simpler words they need to accept uncertainty, risks, emotional exposure. But that process, that inner voyage, is a daring and long one. 🙏 Keep reading in the comments... 🙌🏻 #deborahlettieri #albertobaracchini #gloriadiparma #crazyhorseparis #tommassinivirtualfamily
“We checked ourselves in the mirror before we left. We were flushed and a little rumpled, but in a good way. We looked vibrant, wild, happy. The hair and the clothes and the makeup made me feel like someone new, but the happy is what made me unrecognizable.” @allielarkinwrites -Why Can't I Be You -. ✒️📚📌📖 Girl meets guy. Girl falls in love. Guy, immature, betrays her. Girl seeks vengeance.Everybody sad. Guy realizes he loves her too. Girl and guy get back together. Everybody happy. They live happily ever after. In reality women relationships are much more complex that that. Female friendship has been the bedrock of women’s life since the beginning of time. Recent studies found out that women are able to share a sense of intimacy that only comes from the bond of deep friendship. This need to partake their experiences has been a source of strength and comfort upon which they build their daily lives. Women learn from each other, take care of each other, count on each other, in a way that is not yet possible for men according to century-old gender related imprinting. “Friendships between women are special. They shape who we are and who we are yet to be. They soothe our tumultuous inner world, fill the emotional gaps in our marriages (or partnerships), and help us remember who we really are.” –Gale Berkowitz– Here is my small tribute to real women friendship @deborah_gloria_lettieri and @ennygmatic share much more that their artistic careers and love for dance on @crazyhorseparis_official stage 💂🏻♀️💂🏻♀️💃🏻👯♀️: they know they can count on each other, always 🎩🙌🏻🔝👍❤️#allielarkin #womenpower #friendship #femalefriendship #feelingblessed #champagnetaste #crazyhorseparis #crazyhorseparis #forevercrazy #muse #albertobaracchini #gloriadiparma #deborahlettieri lensed by yours truly @albertobaracchini #galeberkowitz #parisianglamour #paris #tommassinivirtualfamily
“Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.” William Shakespeare - Macbeth - Act 1, Scene 4, Page 3 🌟 In just a few minutes, the magic will happen again. An Artist, in this case @deborah_gloria_lettieri , will be the link between what is human and what is beyond human grasp. In Ancient Greece, Calliope, Clio, Erato, Terpsichore, Urania, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia and Thalia were called Muses: sort of perfect imperfections, damned souls who sacrificed their divine flawlessness to explain Heavens to mankind. Nowadays the Muses of Neo-Feminism have much more down to earth names: like @emrata @madonna #astrosamantha @nicolelyonspoetry @bebe_vio @emilysears @elisabettafranchi #aldamerini They are not ashamed of showing their beautiful bodies, or singing their desires, flying to space, designing dreams, telling their stories. Women power is finally reaching the point where they stop being concerned with what their are supposed to be, supposed to look like, supposed to feel according to century-old gender-oriented education, and be whatever they want to be! 🔥💥🌟💃🏻💂♂️🧠💋💄💪👠🎓👑😍❤️🌟🍾 #crazyhorseparis @crazyhorseparis_official @teatronuovo_milano @louboutinworld #dddance #tv8it #foxlifeit #albertobaracchini #deborahlettieri #gloriadiparma #forevercrazy #tommassinivirtualfamily
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