Paris is an endless source of inspiration for street artists. The walls of the 20th arrondissement are canvases for many artists and we have an opportunity to observe various street art creations which replace one another by simply taking a … Continue reading
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Recently we went to see the exhibition “Mapplethorpe – Rodin” featuring the works of two artists. Body, movement, detail are some of the common subjects for both. I found more life and passion in Rodin’s sculptures than in Mapplethorpe’s photographs. … Continue reading
We read to get information, to learn, to relax, to change ideas and just to spend some time on our own. When we are in a public place reading helps us to escape from the crowd and takes us to … Continue reading
To have one’s head in the clouds it’s an idiom and if you look it up the dictionary you’ll find several definitions: 1) to be daydreaming and not paying attention to what is happening or being said; 2) to be … Continue reading
It was on a grey rainy day, just like today, that we discovered the café librairie “Le Cochon Bleu”. We weren’t lucky because it was cold and wet during the most part of our stay in Lectoure, a small town … Continue reading
V&A Museum of childhood in East London has a great collection of childhood-related objects dating from 1600 up to present day. We went there on our last day in London, I thought Gaby might enjoy it more than sitting … Continue reading
Henri Cartier-Bresson said that the beauty of a photo is in its geometry, beeing a master of composition himself his works are excellent examples of it. The exhibition in Centre Pompidou is a retrospective that comprises more than 500 photographs, … Continue reading
London is full of surprises!
It’s been a while that I haven’t updated my self portraits. Here are some I feel like sharing)