[A note from Cecilia: This is a very late review as the Biennale is closing in November. I went in May but have been very busy working on a book. I am resuming my postings here and will do so as often as I can. There are many things I want to write about: shows and artists from Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, and lots of other places, not to mention new experiments in neurobiology that may explain artistic expressions and creativity] Read More »
Posts Categorized: Travel
A haunting picture – remembering a comrade (Photo credit:Linda Davidson/THE WASHINGTON POST)
There are in reality three Vietnam Veterans Memorials. The third one is not Read More »
Reviewing the Venice Biennale, with its large number of artists in the main show alone (136 in 2015; 156 in 2013) is a difficult task. Add to it Read More »
A recipe for success for a travel guide!
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L’Homme qui marche (The Walking Man, Auguste Rodin, 1907, Bronze)
It was not certain if Robert Mapplethorpe consciously Read More »
San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (1638-1641, also called San Carlino) by Francesco Borromini
Where in the world, in which city…can you find on the same street, Read More »
Cité de la Musique plaza on a Friday morning
Have you ever heard the Read More »
La Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France (1950)
Einstein understands le Corbusier.
As one turns from Read More »