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Mean Streets the exhibition in EYE Amsterdam. Film director Martin Scorsese has been fascinated by film from a very early age. The exhibition of personal background material of his work, his original ideas, sketches and edits together with … Continue reading
A beautifully carved case, containing a prayer nut, a nutshel containing a miniature roll of paper with the 10 commandments on it. A time capsule. It makes me wonder. The image is from the public library of the Rijksmuseum, where … Continue reading
Random remnants on the beach of Sicily, August 2016. An apparently random composition, but created by nature’s force. I love the piece of pizza in it.
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
You need two identical images to do this. It’s an image I kept on my desktop, not sure where I found it. I love it. Something I would like to try, with the magazines I keep, as part of my … Continue reading
Today I was going to visit the David Bowie is experience, the famous exhibition curated by the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Experience and not just exhibition, because it’s multimedia everything, thanks to Sennheiser sponsorship. You cannot do the show without the … Continue reading
The lay-out of objects above is one from Wallpaper magazine, the world’s number one global design destination, championing the best in architecture, interiors, fashion, art and contemporary design. It shows how a group of random objects can be displayed as a coherent … Continue reading