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Tender is the night

Photograph: part of the ‘Nightshift’ series by Myriam Boulos

“No, you can’t use that one,” says Myriam Boulos with a smile. “It’s a picture I took in the toilets at university when I was 19.” 828 more words


SFMOMA in 3: Part 3

Recognizing that 3 posts about SFMOMA may have been overkill, I would be remiss if I didn’t share some observations on the functional space and the technology in addition to a couple of warnings that may save you from some awkward museum moments. 487 more words



Seasoned arts professionals who visited San Francisco last Thursday for a press preview of the magnificent new Museum of Modern Art also ambitiously popped over to the new Gagosian space, the Wattis Institute or Minnesota St Projects all in the same day. 793 more words


Road Trip: Isla Holbox

Tiny crescent moon bays undulate down the shoreline, like scalloped lace. The sand is fine and white, rivalling the feel of powdered sugar between my toes.

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A Hotel for the death in JAPAN.A Boon or Inapt to the society?

What comes to your mind when it says  A hotel for the death. Creepy? Scared? Stupid? Or you thinks its just a story?. Well, let me tell you, there are hotels even for the death in Japan. 383 more words

Films for Curious People

Hot Docs, the Canadian International Documentary Film Festival is here, and Terranova Matadora is part of the stellar lineup. From April 28th to May 8th, the best of the best in documentary filmmaking will be screened in Toronto, Canada. 122 more words


Why Are We Asking the Same Questions About Lemonade?

I promised myself I was not going to write about Lemonade, but here I am shaking my head.

Why is everyone asking the same questions about Lemonade?  446 more words