Thursday, May 01, 2008


Museum pieces

‘I would go to museums but I wouldn’t see anything. Perhaps it was because of a period of temporary blindness in which I could take in nothing, perhaps because everything about museums seems to me cold and calculating, the very space between the paintings, the color of the walls, blank and inoffensive, but suggesting nothing of art, nor of life...’

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