The list of books and films of October

Last month I was very busy with many things ,so I didn’t have time to read a lot ,but I read those which is more relaxing The list of books I’ve read: 1. Thé brief history of humankind This is one of the best history book I read this year ,the writer is very young but his thoughts are quite deep,the topics almost concerned about … Continue reading The list of books and films of October

Lust and Decapitation: A Brief History of Salome

I prefer artists who don’t belong to any genre, Morandi, Giacometti, San Yu. Gustave Moreau is also considered one of them Gustave Moreau likes to paint the enchantress. The word enchantress was born in the French word “Femme Fatale”, which is used to describe a woman who is beautiful and charming ,but will bring disaster to men. Salome is one of the most famous. Salome … Continue reading Lust and Decapitation: A Brief History of Salome

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

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