ARTS & LITERATURE

An Artisan of Beauty and Truth

Etel Adnan in conversation with David Hornsby and Jane Clark

“What we call love is a relationship that never ends; it is like a wave that keeps bringing you back to it, so we are like surfers who run after the perfect experience.”

A Thing of Beauty…

Graham Falvey visits the Chauvet Caves in Southern France.

“The fundamental fact is that with these paintings, we created/discovered art. At the heart of their mystery lies a spiritual quest for understanding…”

A Thing of Beauty…

Barbara Vellacott contemplates the indescribability of beauty in Dante’s Paradiso.

“Beauty is a divine vibration which sings in poet, poem, reader and listener. But its essence is nevertheless indescribable.”

Three Transitions

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.”

A Thing of Beauty…

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater

“The circumference of architecture is changing with astonishing rapidity but its center remains unchanged – the human heart.”

A Thing of Beauty…

JAMES TURRELL’S BERLIN INSTALLATION
“Here the invitation is to something less cosmic, more personal”

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NICOLA SIMPSON ON DOM SYLVESTER HOUÉDARD
“How do we hear the inaudible sound of dust falling?”

A Thing of Beauty…

CHAGALL’S PEACE WINDOW
Unity is not achievable when it is conceived as merely bringing together a collection of parts. It requires a more comprehensive vision.”

The Field of Light

BRUCE MUNRO’S NEW WORK
“I saw in my mind a landscape of illuminated stems that, like a dormant seed in a dry desert, quietly wait until darkness falls.”

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