Suddenly, the asphalt feels softer under the wheels, the road seems much better, and the annoying lombadas have disappeared (“speed bumps” in Brazilian Portuguese). Suddenly, there are no more half-built, half-derelict houses, no more chaotic city plans and anarchic urban design, no more posters for fortune tellers or Evangelical churches, no more kids running everywhere. 1,390 more words
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You are the curator. What would be your ideal project or exhibition, how would you “frame” your exhibition critically and why? Who would you include in your exhibition or project, and where would it be located?
James Lee Byars & Cildo Meireles At the White Cube Bermoneys (South Gallery)
The title of the ideal exhibition I would curate would be called… 805 more words