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One step further for the anti museum

The anti museum needed a new logo and this is why. As I am thinking about my new project I have begun to redesign this blog. This is only step one, but soon I will install a new template for antimuseum.com. It will cease to be a blog and will be promoted to a website. The blog will still be visible on the website and I will continue to update it regularly. I will even post more and more content […]

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A Glimpse of Hope

On December 29 I caught a glimpse of hope while walking along the shore in Normandy. Not sure that it will last for very much longer.

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Big Jump Into The Unknown

Here we are. 2021. Like a big jump into the unknown. Who knows what’s on the other side of the bridge?

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Wrapping up 2020

Goodbye 2020 2020 has been a hell of a ride. Let us say we were in December 2019 and you would stand in front of me and tell me that a bugger has bought fish or armadillo (or pangolin for that matter) from a market in Wuhan, China (the existence of which I was completely unaware at the time), then that the whole world will go on vacation one country at a time, that people will drop like flies in […]

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Versailles Milestones or Guard Stones

Milestones or Guard Stones in Versailles At first, I thought these milestones might have been installed for dogs to relieve themselves. Which they undoubtedly seem to be doing, with their masters’ blessing, I’m sure. On second thought I realised they might not be milestones at all but protective stones to avoid the pillars (there is a flat upstairs) to be damaged by horse-drawn or man-drawn carts. Many of such stones can be seen in mediaeval cities like Provins, a formerly […]

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Age of self

This is the age of selfie

There’s people doing frightfully well, there’s others on the shelf, this is the age of Selfie. This is the age of selfie I’m perfectly aware of Robert Wyatt’s political bias, and I must admit that I don’t share his views. Yet, this song from the early 1980s has been on my mind ever since and I can’t help thinking of this song whenever I see a selfie being made. I thought it would be slightly ironic too, to make a […]

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Escherian Stairwell and the Penrose stair

Here is a representation of an Escherian stairwell in the South of Paris. Escherian Stairwell and the Penrose Stair It’s one of the staircases along the “petite ceinture” (literally small belt). The belt is the former orbital railway line that the French Railways decided to close in the 1930s. Those of you familiar with Agatha Christie’s Mystery of the Blue Train know about that line. The Blue Train was circling on it around the City. Christie clearly described this in […]

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The eyes of the tiger

Petite Ceinture – 14th district – November 2020

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Street Art

Street Art

Butte aux Cailles – Paris 13th district – November 2020

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Covidized shopping

Outside a Patisserie in the 13th district of Paris – November 2020

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