Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Visit to the MoMa

Right now, ongoing until March next year, the MoMA is exhibiting items from its collection from the sixties, when conceptual art was all the rage. It’s a fascinating exhibition, thought-provoking and humorous as conceptual art can be. I can’t help … Continue reading

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Summer in Kyoto

Kyoto nestles in a valley, and the same valley that inscribes a verdant arc of mountain ranges (named according to their respective orientations in the east, north and west: Higashiyama, Kitayama and Nishiyama) about the city also makes it famously … Continue reading

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