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Kubrick (La Cinémathèque française)


Thanks to Maïté, I got to see the Kubrick exhibit at La Cinémathèque française this evening with a tour guide. It was really cool. I realized that I had seen all of his films from Dr Strangelove to Eyes Wide Shut … Continue reading

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Van Dongen and Manet


But before I forget, here’s a song I keep forgetting to add to my post about Elvis: Mojo Nixon’s Elvis is Everywhere. Whew, now that I got that off my chest, on to our daily post. I did a typical … Continue reading

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Mondrian / De Stijl / Arman at the Beaubourg


This week I took advantage of being momentarily kidless to hit a few expos at the Centre Pompidou. There are currently two major temporary exhibits: an Arman retrospective and a joint Mondrian / De Stijl expo. The Arman exhibit was … Continue reading

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Turner at the Grand Palais


Once again, I have been VERY amiss about “regular” blogging. Here’s a quick one to get me back on track. During my paternity leave, I took about 90min to go through the Turner & the Masters exhibit at the Grand … Continue reading

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Century of Jazz at Quai Branly


A quick review of the “Un siecle du jazz” exposition at Musée quai Branly in Paris (ending 28 june 2009): A little disappointing to be honest this expo. It was really detailed on the origins of Jazz in the early … Continue reading

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Renaissance Faces at the National Gallery in London


This weekend I visited the latest exhibit at the National Gallery in London “Renaissance Faces” with my wife. We enjoyed it but it was a little less spectacular than previous exhibits we saw there (in the past few years, the … Continue reading

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