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Anselm Kiefer: Remembering the Future

Anself Kiefer

TS Eliot once said that the meaning of a poem exists somewhere between the poem and the reader. The comment seemed apposite as I sat in the third room of the breathtaking Anself Kiefer retrospective at the Royal Academy surrounded by monumental artworks that spoke to me powerfully, but as for why – that I knew I would find more difficult to articulate. 4,110 more words


Slim Crescent

The moon becomes visible behind the branches of a chestnut tree in Frankfurt, Nov.24.


60 hours in Prague

So I’m just back from a weekend away to Prague. The home of the birth place of Kafka, the home of the largest castle in the world, the home of the John Lennon wall and the home of many controversial statues.. 448 more words


5 Places Worth Revisiting

Happy Monday everyone!

The post is coming late today because the new job has me sooo busy and exhausted! I worked all through yesterday evening so hence why I’ve been so absent from the blogosphere!  493 more words


Musical in Mississippi

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. 515 more words


Miranda Seymour Noble Endeavors: The Life of Two Countries, England and Germany in Many Stories. 4 November 2014

On 4 November OCLW welcomed Miranda Seymour, to discuss her latest book Noble Endeavours: The Life of Two Countries, England and Germany, in Many Stories… 732 more words

Life Writing

Color Photos Of The Hindenburg's Interior

This is something that I had not seen before. These 10 pictures show the passenger accommodations aboard the Hindenburg zeppelin.

See all 10 pics HERE.