The art of San Cristóbal de las Casas

It's been hard for me to sit down and go through all my photos from Mexico, write about what I visited, seen, explored and experienced. There is still so much content I want to continue to share. But let's just say coming back from this trip wasn't a treat. I just enjoy travelling probably a … Continue reading The art of San Cristóbal de las Casas

RAA Dali & Duchamp Exhibition Review

I’ve got this obsession for Dali and its works since I can remember. I guess it all started when one day I was lazily browsing this bookshop many many years ago - I was probably 8 or 9 - and saw this hard cover, coffee table book type, with his photograph in the cover: a … Continue reading RAA Dali & Duchamp Exhibition Review

Lights, at Tate Britain

When everything goes wrong, one needs to find a way of crawling back from darkness before all light runs out. Before falling into madness, or surely just give up on life, on believing. I tend to say sometimes the devil comes back. These little demons inside our heads... who doesn't have them? Who are the … Continue reading Lights, at Tate Britain

The Art of Florence – the details

Florence is where all the big masters were at some point, creating some of the most disrupting pieces that would mark an Era and change the paradigms of a world once emerged in darkness. For me, stepping on the grounds where the great master had once been was surreal. As I mentioned on my previous … Continue reading The Art of Florence – the details

Reality as our very own Illusion

Going to a Kusama's exhibition is an experience in which many are eager to participate in, and I wasn't an exception. More than experience the mirrored rooms, it also means queuing for hours to get a few seconds inside these famous rooms. I waited for one hour and half. I starved a bit because stupidly … Continue reading Reality as our very own Illusion