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- modern greek sculpture
- visual poetry
- kisses on film
- meditative cabins
A R T
"Borrowing from the clean, vivid clarity of modernist painting and underpinned by the city’s distinctive pastel colour palette, Byrne’s photos transform banal, everyday scenes into captivating, pristine dreamscapes."
Aniela Sobieski is intrigued by “the human impulse to self-decorate,” a fascination that permeates every aspect of her portraiture.
P H O T O G R A P H Y
Fred den Ouden. Kissing goodbye, 1967 .
A R C H I T E C T U R E
W O R D S
“I wanted to be something else. Myself, but better. Wild, and not-yet, A burn, maybe as it is occurring.”
— Cynthia Cruz, from “Fragment (Friday, July 8),” published in Bomb Magazine
"Cinema is a mirror to observe others and then observe oneself again. “What we want is to see ourselves in others, and this movie is a door to my life and to say a little about who I am. Not that I am exactly like the character, but my worldview is there."
— Lila Aviles
I’m Patricia and have a full-time job but curate this newsletter in my free time as a labor of love.
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