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The painting are by Leone Schröder – the project by Bright Up – organized by the city of Amsterdam. Curious coincidence: During the lockdown because of the Corona virus people started to notice more birds, their singing. From the Washington … Continue reading
After I stumbled upon the title – a clipping from an article in the VPRO tv-guide on the classic Casablanca, Rick’s Cafe Americain in particular – this series of photographs in my archive caught my eye. We are looking into … Continue reading
Moses, there he is again! I am reading Two Bothers by (my) literary hero Ben Elton. Above a picture I took from a page that struck me. Everyone is looking for Moses resonated the story I was told when … Continue reading
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Images by Nina Westervelt for The New York Times for an article on Pole Dancing Without Nudity, a report by Siobhan Burke. “It’s a great way for me to de-stress, add some creativity, and all those types of things,” … Continue reading
PS | 04122018 Out now, a bible on PINK by Valerie Steele, published by Thames & Hudson Pink has been in the cards for some time now and here we are: Pink, the coffee table book. “Today, with the advent of … Continue reading
” In the fake news era, a time when obvious lies can sway elections, it seems odd to think that the truth might actually be the most powerful weapon. But it was threatening enough in inter-war Germany to get August … Continue reading
This month I visited Maison & Objet in Paris. Planned but some of it, serendipitous. I was confronted with the work of Anne Sophie Gruwez. And instantly felt a connection. The joy RADIATING like a force of nature, I studied one after … Continue reading
Artist: Thievery Corporation Lead artist: Racquel Jones Album: The Temple of I & I Out: 2017 Genre: Dance Yesterday I saw the Black Power exhibition in the Tate Modern in London. It shows the art made by black artists in the revolution of the Sixties, … Continue reading