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Music at Emory

Last night I saw the young Vega String Quartet perform Beethoven’s String Quartet in E Minor, op. 59, No. 2 – or the Razumovsky quartet – at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts on the Emory campus. This was an … Continue reading

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Françoise Gilot and my moving company

An interesting coincidence; one of my moving estimates turned up the French artist, Françoise Gilot. Who also happened to be married to Picasso and whose book that has sold over a million copies, “Life with Picasso”, I read in 1989. … Continue reading

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Richard Serra

I saw the Richard Serra retrospective ‘Sculpture: Forty Years’ last summer at MoMA. Walking through and around his pieces really affected me and although it’s now a year later, I’m again infatuated with the idea of space and large works … Continue reading

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