This is the second of a three-part series on the great Modernist architect Antoni Gaudi, published in the November 2019 ISSUE arts magazine. Part 2 focuses on his Parc Güell. Click here for a link to the story. To see a digital version of the pages, click on the image below. For more images, see … Continue reading A Walk in Gaudi’s Park
‘Mapa Wiya’ at Menil
This is a review of the exhibition "Mapa Wiya (Your Map’s Not Needed): Australian Aboriginal Art from the Fondation Opale," at the Menil Collection in Houston, published in the November 2019 ISSUE arts magazine. Click here for a link to the story. To see a digital version of the pages, click on the image below.
Bits of Barca
My recent visit to Barcelona was truly a bucket list experience. I have written extensively about museums visited and enjoyed, but there were many other things that are worthy of comment. Here are a few final thoughts and pictures. The Arc de Triomf de Barcelona was built by Josep Vilaseca i Casnovas in 1888 for … Continue reading Bits of Barca
Fundació Miró perfect repository for 20th-century master
BARCELONA — Perched high on the hills overlooking the Catalan capital in northeast Spain, the Fundació Joan Miró offers breathtaking views both outside and in. The museum, created by Miró himself with works from his private collection, opened in June 1975 with the mission to establish a center for international scholarship about the artist and contemporary … Continue reading Fundació Miró perfect repository for 20th-century master