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Coming in from the Neptune archive

What I like is how cold that poor lady looks.

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First Malevich, now this

I’m hoping to pick up some sort of blog award soon for willful avant gardery. Trezza and I caught this on television earlier on. Simon Cowell said they were one thousand percent through to the next round. Cheryl said that … Continue reading

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Outside the Bauhaus Archive, Berlin.

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Juxtapositions

There are a great many baby elephants in Norwich at the moment. One by one on the website link there, they don’t look anything like as good as they do on location. I might take the camera out later. Meanwhile … Continue reading

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Another pair

The more I think about it the more I like it. The motif of repetition is obvious, but Eisenman’s repetition makes every repeat slightly different, whereas the architectural motifs from which it derives make each one the same. This is … Continue reading

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A couple of images from Berlin

Turkish fans celebrate the late, great victory over the Czech Republic A shot across the top of the Peter Eisenman-designed Holocaust memorial by the Brandenburg Gate. A woman we were speaking to in a bar described it as, ‘Perfect: Modernist, … Continue reading

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