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daddy: visionary times of memory

How do you deal with negative recurring themes through your life that end up instilling a deep pessimism? As a woman about choosing a spouse who holds the same detested personality traits as a disliked father.Take Sylvia Plath:” Trying to … Continue reading

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a tangible mansion in the imagination: knock before entering

Architecture has long had deep roots in the imagination. Creating fantastical structures, magnificent dwellings, and phantom cities , painters have always been drawn to erecting a dream architecture of the improbable and often psychologically revealing¬† buildings. Certainly, architecture and psychoanalysis … Continue reading

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AUTHENTICITY AND AESTHETICS

Snobbery has its own aesthetics. If a work of art seems identical to the naked eye, why should an original Picasso end up in the living room, a reproduction on the stairway and a forgery in the recycle bin? In … Continue reading

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IMPRESSIONS ABANDONING TO THE LIGHT

In the countryside of northern France he made a garden. And there, Claude Monet, as he grew old and his eyesight failed him, perceived and painted sunlight and water, trees and flowers, as no one ever had before. He literally … Continue reading

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