The art of Pascal Martin Taiju makes Taormina even more magical

Take one of the most beautiful hotels in the world, nestled in a magical natural landscape where the largest volcano in Europe is reflected in the Mediterranean Sea. Then turn it into an open-air museum with the work of one of today’s greatest artists. Result Coloring the worlda project designed by Martina Pascal Taillou in … Read more

Louise Bourgeois: the woman who carried his penis under her arm

In the early 1980s, Robert Mapplethorpe takes a menacing photograph of Louise Bourgeois, in which the latter looks into the camera with a smile that Mona Lisa would envy and a face full of wrinkles like a turtle. A sweet old woman, outwardly harmless, dressed in fur made of black feathers. Except that under her … Read more

Pratinho in Fortaleza goes from the corner to the restaurants without losing the majesty of the palate of Ceará – Verso

With baião, vatapá and farofa. With rice, salad and cream of chicken. The combination doesn’t matter: if you have a saucer, there are happy people. Then, when June arrives, there is no talk. Although the delight does not lose its preference throughout the year, it is also during the festivities of São João that demand … Read more

Louise Bourgeois: the woman who carried his penis under her arm

In the early 1980s, Robert Mapplethorpe takes a menacing photograph of Louise Bourgeois, in which the latter looks into the camera with a smile that Mona Lisa would envy and a face full of wrinkles like a turtle. A sweet old woman, outwardly harmless, dressed in fur made of black feathers. Except that under her … Read more

Sophie Calle, True Stories | double zero

Today our beloved cat Baguette turns fifteen. She is sick, she has lost weight; eats only protein broths; dies. To move forward in the development of mourning, Katerina and I cultivated graveyard fantasies for some time. Wrap it in linen. Place the body in the Moët Chandon box. Bury her at the foot of the … Read more

An artist who devours women

Being, having a body sometimes seems to be all we know about ourselves and about life; perhaps even the only thing that we can present as irrefutable proof of our existence. We carry this incontrovertible fact from birth to death in rotating roles as protagonist, minor character, or insignificant extra; but although it seems to … Read more