Monthly Archives: June 2013

Snowdrops’ garden. 2 years together!

home.happybirthdaysnowdropOn the 29th June 2011 I decided to open the SNOWDROPS’ GARDEN BLOG. It’s birthday time! Continue reading

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Culture updates slipping away

culture-slippingSo many news on culture just slip away.

Has anybody heard about Yoram Kaniuk latest works?

Or about the latest book by Patty Smith, the punk poet queen?

Do you have time for a tea with a friend? Continue reading


Art can be everywhere in the cities

art.everywhereArt can be everywhere in the city. Here I found two interesting examples in Europe.
Check their website and decide wether to go to Naples or Amsterdam this summer. Continue reading


Grids and Gardens by Jennifer Bartlett

jennifer.bartlettJennifer Bartlett, one of the most successful artists in the 1970s, is having her first American museum retrospective: GRIDS AND GARDENS. Check the slideshow on the NYT Arts.


To all those who love Amy Winehouse

amy.winehouseTo all those who love Amy Winehouse. As an exhibition opens about her family life, Amy Winehouse’s brother Alex talks in his first major interview about the girl who became a superstar – and reveals what he thinks really killed her. Now a foundation dedicated to AMy’s memory carries on important social projects.


Festivals for who and what?

londondesignfestival.2008Urban exhibitionism. What’s the point of architecture and design festivals? Oliver Wainwright writed about it on the Guardian. Read his article, and possibly join the debate. Continue reading


Maps that remind us about music

Musicday.mapsHand-drawn maps. Maps that remind us about music through the rhythim of their textures. Check this wonderful gallery (source:the Guardian)