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BOOK ITINERARIES: Leonardo’s Library

Leonardo’s Library: The World of a Renaissance Reader… an exhibit of rare books and manuscripts from Stanford’s special collections… related to Leonardo’s life and work… a window on the world of the Renaissance reader in general, and Leonardo in particular… … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO: BEYOND THE WARP AND WEFT

A beautiful exhibit in a beautiful space with a beautiful story… there is beauty in our world… to be repeated… BEYOND THE WARP AND WEFT: THE ENDURING LEGACY OF BAUHAUS PHOTO GALLERY

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9. NORMANDY: Constellations

Today is the constellation day… the convoluted reason we are continuing our itinerary to Varengeville-sur-Mer… starting from Miro’s Constellations… surprised by the constellation of artists in Varengeville-sur-Mer… BRAQUE, MIRÓ, CALDER, NELSON… at the Musée des Beaux-Arts… under the spell of … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO: Bouquets to Art 35

This flower exhibit is such a playful and fragrant treat… one of the highlights had native flowers… and musical notes… other a dog… and Ben-Day dots… chairs and squares… sandwiches and oranges… waterfalls… a rainbow… a steamship… Claude, the white … Continue reading

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René Magritte: The Fifth Season

A delightfully whimsical exhibit for the whole family… with a digital twist at the end… to be enjoyed again… … followed by a musical lunch in the Gardens with Highest Ani… ending with a first time… the robotic CafeX… a … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO: Cult of the Machine

We finally made it to the Cult of the Machine… at the de Young… on the last day… extremely interesting and relevant for today’s world… with learning lessons… pondering questions… parallels between now and then… intersection of art and technology… … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO: A Klimt Day

KLIMT & RODIN: An Artistic Encounter | Digital Story

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CITINERARY: Teotihuacan

0. Who gave the city its present name? This sunken plaza, large enough to hold most of the city’s inhabitants, was centered on the Temple of the Feathered Serpent. It was discovered in 2003 by Mexican archaeologists underneath the Feathered Serpent … Continue reading

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Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

Ancient mysteries, recent discoveries, historic exhibit at deYoung Digital Story

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SAN FRANCISCO: Matisse/Diebenkorn

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