Graham Falvey visits the Chauvet Caves in Southern France.
“The fundamental fact is that with these paintings, we created/discovered art. We can try to explain them in modern academic terms, but at the heart of their mystery lies a spiritual quest for understanding…”
Barbara Vellacott contemplates the indescribability of beauty in Dante’s Paradiso.
“Let us say that beauty is a divine vibration which sings in poet, poem, reader and listener. But its essence is nevertheless indescribable.”
Richard Twinch on Cultural Change
“The past is not just a heap of outmoded algorithms, but a valuable resource to be archaeologically unpicked and valued.”
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater
“The circumference of architecture is changing with astonishing rapidity but its center remains unchanged – the human heart.”
JAMES TURRELL’S BERLIN INSTALLATION
“Here the invitation is to something less cosmic, more personal”
NICOLA SIMPSON ON DOM SYLVESTER HOUÉDARD
“How do we hear the inaudible sound of dust falling?”