Unconcerned but not indifferent

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An accidental stroll through the cemetery on our way to the friends’ apartment. It wasn’t easy locating specific graves, boy was I glad we found them in the end.

Photos of people admiring (Eggleston) photos

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It was a jour férié this past Tuesday (Armistice Day) so we spent a few hours at Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Two Saturdays

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This long grey winter coat

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It’s probably been a year since I’ve looked for you. I’m surprised I even found you.

Pre-opening weekend at Fondation Louis Vuitton

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Thanks to a tip-off from Lilian, we secured free tickets to the pre-opening weekend. Thoroughly enjoyed Taryn Simon’s exhibition and appreciated anecdotes (sometimes painfully honest) from the people who had toiled on the construction of the spectacular building.

The Frank Gehry-designed building itself generated most of the buzz long before the museum was scheduled to open and I think it most appropriate that this commission pays tribute to the nameless men and women who had helped make the building a reality. A must-see even for contemporary art skeptics.

Fondation Louis Vuitton
8, avenue Mahatma Gandhi, Bois du Boulogne, 75116 Paris, France

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