“Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” ― Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own 

“Chère imagination, ce que j’aime surtout en toi, c’est que tu ne pardonnes pas.” – André Breton (Manifeste du Surréalisme)

Book – The Age of Earthquakes

Few weeks ago, while browsing around in my favourite East London bookshop, Artwords, I came across The Age of Earthquakes. Despite the not so aesthetic cover, I was attracted by the mention “A Guide to the Extreme Present”. Sometimes I wonder if the generations before us also thought that everything and everyone in our societies…

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5 Art School Undergraduate & Graduate Shows to Attend in London

There is always this thrilling feeling when you enter an art school, the excitement that you are going to witness something special. Maybe cross the path of the next David Hockney, or meet the creative minds behind our future generation of artists. Of course not everything is good or special, but sometimes in the middle of this…

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Art Guide : Brussels in April

Bruxelles ma belle. For me Brussels is synonym of gentleness, simplicity, and peace. People loves laughing about Belgians, about our supposed accent, our questionable expressions, or our kindness often taken as a weakness. Our lack of pretension and vanity must be disturbing for others who didn’t grow up here. Brussels it’s a spirit, a place where…

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