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Tag Archives: New York
That time of year. Feels like Spring, new beginnings. But now somehow different, we’re Between Boxing Day and Christmas Eve 2017. I wrote about it before, Something’s Coming, February 13 2015.
Portia Munson’s work on show at Frieze London this year, is a mega display of everything pink. A warm bath to some, an itchy spot for others, but definitely once created for a female audience. According to Artsy it’s one of the … Continue reading
New York, concert, Adele, audience, eye, phone, film, music, atmosphere, post, Facebook, worldwide, screenshot, Amsterdam, share, witness. Watch the film till the end 😀
Last week my son (10) brought this home: a selfmade winter landscape, the way we know and like it this time of year, nice and cold with frosty blues and whites. But! unfortunately we havent’ seen much of winter yet, some … Continue reading
Stacey Baker documents the various styles and shapes of women’s legs in New York City. On Instagram she says: “I started taking pictures of women’s legs about four months ago. Like a lot of people who live in New York, I … Continue reading
Still in Paris. A lot to register and read. Above: Ideal Bookshelf 505, fashion, by Jane Mount. One from the fascinating series of 600+ compositions of book spines. Pure anthropology. Above: Ideal Bookshelf 101, Robert Verdi. And, when in New … Continue reading
In the post Stages of Daily Life the last picture shows a painting on the wall behind the desk, which reminded me of a once favourite painter: Christopher Wool. I can’t pin this one down to him, but it looks like … Continue reading
Why do we love it so much looking into other people’s houses? I for one, find it inspiring to see the furniture and objects combined on show. What are they, how are they placed and what choices were made. What … Continue reading