Monthly Archives: September 2010

Don’t Forget

A few Summers ago I spent three months cycling across a dozen European countries. Bosnia has the most spectacularly rugged countryside which is spotted with deserted villages and ruined mosques and churches with trees growing in them. The above photograph … Continue reading

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Artist’s Impression

I recently came across these two paintings in an Auckland charity shop. They are around a metre across and very precisely painted. They now hang on my wall and I have spent quite a while thinking about them. About who … Continue reading

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The Park

It is a wonderful thing when an artist finds or invents the perfect medium for telling their story. In the 1970s Kohei Yoshiyuki wanted to document the phenomenon of people meeting in Tokyo’s parks after dark for anonymous sex and, … Continue reading

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