You’ll never understand it all.

Photo credits: @yesnodunno.

Dalí The Freudian Champion

What is art, really?

Xu Zhen’s Eternity-Buddha in Nirvana, the Dying Gaul, Farnese Hercules, Night, Day, Sartyr and Bacchante, Funerary Genius, Achilles, Persian Soldier Fighting, Dancing Faun, Crouching Aphrodite, Narcissus Lying, Othryades the Spartan Dying, the Fall of Icarus, A River, Milo of Croton. Photo by yesnodunno taken at the National Gallery of Victoria.

It’s a nightmare, but you can make things easier for yourself.

Photo: Glenn Carstens-Peters/Unsplash

For Beatrice

Pay attention.

Daniel Arsham, Hidden Figures (1 of 4), 2020 (left), Nicolas Régnier, Hero and Leander, oil on canvas, 155.3 × 209.5 cm, c. 1625–1626 (right). Photo by yesnodunno.

A start of a series.

Photo by Marius Gerome on Unsplash

We can’t run from technology. Perhaps it’s time to embrace it.

Photo by Grant Ritchie on Unsplash, The British Museum.

The Proliferation of Galleries and Museums

Ushering in a new poetic of art presentation.

Donato Barcaglia’s Love is blind (Amore Accieca), 1875, 168.6 × 70.0 × 58.0 cm (sculpture), with Fallen Fruit (David Allen Burns & Austin Young)’s Natural History, 2020 (fabric wall coverings). Photo by author.

It still tells time.

Photo by Marissa Lewis on Unsplash

Does Price Really Matter?

Every day the deficit grows, you spend more than you own.

Photo by Giorgio Trovato on Unsplash


Not Tristram Shandy.

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