Now, just imagine this. We start our trip in Rome, on the very hill where Rome was founded. We will study the Greek heritage which made Rome such a powerful empire. Then, we will walk on the very same bridge where the Emperor Constantin had his dream to allow Christianity to be practised in the Roman Empire…and the Venice Biennale 2017 Continue reading The Venice Biennale 2017
If I have decided to expose this feud, it is because it reflects so much the good old healthy intellectual polemics of French Parisian Left Bank Discussion (which is fun) and… you might also learn a bit more on this important movement that was Surrealism. Continue reading Ah Surrealism!
“…what we find fascinating of this story is that at all age life offers opportunities to develop our individuality which is composed not of one, but many identities.” Continue reading Reinventing Ourselves
In 2016, I urge all the primary schools to teach the following art notion: “the integration of context”. The pupil’s own context, since it is the context that gives meaning. Continue reading Being a conscientious artist in 2016