180 days ,6 countries and 20 museums

In the past days, not too short, from France to Russia ,from Germany to Switzerland, from Iceland to Iran,I had the privilege of visiting nearly 20 museums, which collected wonderful humans works from ancient times to the present. Every century, even thousands of years to the present, the story and history after the millennium, every museum is a city. As Orhan Pamuk, who wrote The … Continue reading 180 days ,6 countries and 20 museums

The ultimate in violence and beauty

Let’s talk about fascist aesthetics today. Fascist aesthetics is not used to beautify fascism, just as violent aesthetics is not used to beautify violence. Fascist aesthetics was born in the 1930s. Because of the fascist dictatorship, a large number of literary and artistic works with distinctive political characteristics were born. This name is because Mussolini said this: “The so-called fascism is first of all a … Continue reading The ultimate in violence and beauty

The list of the books and films of September

The list of the books I’ve read 1.Poor Charlie’s Almanack A very long book, many people told that this book is very difficult to read, but I think it is a really one ,it has many golden sentence, but there are some investment-related comparisons in the book. The book that inspired me the most is the lollapalooza effect proposed by Charlie Munger and the importance … Continue reading The list of the books and films of September

Art Nouveau:The Grand Budapest Hotel

I want to write “The Grand Budapest Hotel” today. Good movies, like good books, are more interesting and interesting while repeating and revisiting ,feelings  come again and again is also the most vivid examination of yourself. When I watched the “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, I found that the image of the villain was designed with Schiller characteristics. Schiller’s work also appeared in the movie. The … Continue reading Art Nouveau:The Grand Budapest Hotel

Yoshitomo Nara:Do not grow up

I still remember seeing the original work of Nara in the Mori Art Museum, as if from the painting Burisheng, a calming force. In addition to misinterpreting Yoshitomo Nara as a female artist, I actually heard many people say “Nara’s beautiful little girl, little girl”, but in fact,Yoshitomo Nara believes that this doll is genderless and neutral. The little doll under his hand is a … Continue reading Yoshitomo Nara:Do not grow up