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‘This thrilling pop rollercoaster shows how prescient Andy was. This is the Warhol we need in 2020’ (The Guardian) Ok, we can’t go there right now, BUT WE CAN SHOP THE FEEL ONLINE 😀
Mean Streets the exhibition in EYE Amsterdam. Film director Martin Scorsese has been fascinated by film from a very early age. The exhibition of personal background material of his work, his original ideas, sketches and edits together with … Continue reading
Just browsing my images with Bridge. Polaroids from New York City, from when the towers were still up. It’s an album I made after a holiday with a friend. We went out for shopping and sight seeing, she was hoping … Continue reading
” In the fake news era, a time when obvious lies can sway elections, it seems odd to think that the truth might actually be the most powerful weapon. But it was threatening enough in inter-war Germany to get August … Continue reading
I am half way my life – considering I feel 88 is the limit, I am orienting the second half already – and I always felt you should never stop learning. Apparently this a a belief at the heart of Japanese culture … Continue reading
This picture is taken in Amsterdam, over a hundred years ago. It shows the Paleis voor Volksvlijt (Palace for Industry) the work of Samuel Sarphati – a local doctor involved in politics, particularly as a project developer in city planning – who came back … Continue reading
IF in the neighborhood and IF wanting to go out in the storm, you could visit the PARKLIGHT project in the Frankendael park in Amsterdam Oost-Watergraafsmeer. Sixteen light artists have contributed to an exciting walk through the park, and this neon sign is … Continue reading