Friday Heirloom 2020

Friday Heirloom 113: The Milk of Life (Sanity in the Age of Coronavirus) ENGLISH/ITALIANO

How does it feel to be on your own, with no direction home, like a complete unknown, like a rolling stone? (Bob Dylan) If anyone had told me that I'd have spent the start of the spring in my room I'd never have believed it. And yet, only a couple of months into 2020 and we've seen fires devastating Australia, a World… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 113: The Milk of Life (Sanity in the Age of Coronavirus) ENGLISH/ITALIANO

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 103: Exhibition “Le Modèle Noir” at Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Check out the Highlights of May here What a wonderful world...  Main hall of the Musée d'Orsay Entering Musée d'Orsay, one can't help but notice the big flat screens at the end of the corridor, which display the names of prominent and contemporary black art figures in Paris. Yes, you feel something is moving, finally and… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 103: Exhibition “Le Modèle Noir” at Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 102: Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

Check out the Highlights of May here Three words: Fondation Louis Vuitton. One feeling: glamour. The stunning building by architect Frank Geary A few weeks ago, as I was thinking about something special to post for the 100th Heirloom, I decided to re-visit beautiful Fondation Louis Vuitton and its surrounding garden. From the first floor (exhibition:… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 102: Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 100: Ode to LAW (Life, Art & Wine)

Check out the Highlights of May here I'm 100 — and counting.         Who doesn't want to live forever?  Self-love is walking past Parisian waters, A Macaron in your hand Thinking it should be bigger But it's actually like sand. Yayoi Kusama knows it...'s all you need for your feed. Gerard Richter & I...'m… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 100: Ode to LAW (Life, Art & Wine)