The Blue Condominium in Exarchia, the famous building of the pioneer of Modernism in Greece K. Panagiotakou, is the main topic of the article, along of course with the reactions that were expressed, by all those who the intense Blue color of the project, seemed to bother them a little bit more than fiercely.
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Herbarium Without Plants?
Somehow, yes – herbarium without plants. Because in this the unity of site, the plant world kindly gives its place to the creative delirium of the parallel and side-by-side other worlds. But it discards the responsibility for the subsequent monologues. Discards the responsibility for the consequential interviews. Discards the responsibility for the future tributes. And kindly dedicates ‘This Land Is Nobody’s Land’ to all its fellow beings of plant and non-plant interdependencies with it, worlds.
With the well-founded belief that there are people around us who have something to say about any aspect of social life, in this section of the, their views, opinions and works are hosted through their own words.
Through the electronic streets of the Fragments section parade stray art works, which have an indelible value, opus so means the proverb that in simple words says ‘all that glitters is not gold’.
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During this incomprehensible period, we are accompanied by the “Eleonora” poem of the great Greek surrealist artist Nikos Engonopoulos, which is included in its poetic collection, that bears the timely surreal title “Do Not Distract the Driver”. … And what can we do if “The Driver is Asleep”?
One of the pioneers of botanical science, the important French in origin Pierre Magnol (1638 – 1715), will be the protagonist of the two following tributes on his life and work, which, as with some of his caliber, both the one and the other are inseparably intertwined.
The study of Kyriakoulis Panagiotakos and Nikolaos Mitsakis for the new Church of Our Lady of Tinos – a study which completed in 1931 – and all the events that followed, are the main themes of the second article of the series, which is dedicated to the first of them, the important Greek Modernist architect of Interwar.
Yambo Ouologuem, originally from Mali, West Africa, was one of the most important writers of the 20th century, although he was wrote only 3 books and a few poems in the French language. While his poetry has not been collected, here’s a representative one, entitled ‘When Black Men’s Teeth Speak Out’.
With the ‘Air-Conditioned Nightmare’ begins yet another fruitful writing period for Henry Miller, having just returned to the US from Europe in 1939 and World War II. Here is given an excerpt from this work, together with the autobiographical documentary ‘The Henry Miller Odyssey’ directed by Robert Snyder.
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