CLERT

AcronymDefinition
CLERTCentre for Law Ethics and Risk in Telemedicine (UK)
CLERTClandestine Lab Emergency Response Team
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Carine Clert said "Youth Economic Inclusion Project in Tunisia will target disadvantaged youth in the Center West, North West, the South, Sfax and the marginalized governorate of Greater Tunis, Manouba.
On a shelf behind him is a photo of Yves Klein and Lucio Fontana, photographed in Paris at Galerie Iris Clert in 1961 (the year before Klein's early death).
In other cases (Robert Rauschenberg's telegram work This Is a Portrait of Iris Clert if I Say So, 1961, for example), the certificate is slyly deployed to interrogate or deflate the very language of the bureaucratic claim as it applies to the authorship or ownership of aesthetic work.
To supplement modest French fellowships, I found employment in the progressive galleries of the day, first at the Galerie Iris Clert on rue des Beaux-Arts.
The show that Mr Olgiati saw presented the monochromes of both Yves Klein's Le Vide (The Void), an exhibition of essentially nothingness at the Galerie Iris Clert in Paris in 1958, and the response to it, Le Plein (The Full), by Klein's old friend Arman, who filled the same gallery to the brim with rubbish in 1960.
18, 2011 (TAP) - Increasing the world Bank contribution to boost Tunisia's development was the focus of the meeting held here on Thursday by Education Minister Taieb Baccouche, Carine Clert, WB Official in charge of human development and Hafedh Zaafrane, WB consultant .
Though Kusama is one of only two female artists in the show (reasonably, since the original groupings were almost exclusively male), Robinson sensitizes her viewers to issues of gender by underscoring the collaborative role played by dealers such as Iris Clert, Marrha Jackson, and Anita Reuben.
In Colette Allendy's gallery in Paris in 1957, Klein offered a room with absolutely nothing in it except himself, a dry-run for the retrospectively named exhibition "The Void' that took place at Iris Clert's gallery the next year.
IN 1958, YVES KLEIN scandalized the Parisian public by presenting nothing but a whitewashed room with a lone, empty vitrine at Galerie Iris Clert. The exhibition, known as "Le Vide" (The Void), was marked by the momentousness of its opening.
There is also film foofage of the sensational exhibition at Galerie Clert, Paris, in 1958 which contained nofhing but a white room.