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Parc Montsouris

With the lockdown (one more time!), we are once again forced to stay home. At best one can travel in a 1 km radius around one’s block of flats. 1 km is exactly where it would take you if you walked from my place, a bit further south, in Montsouris. A funny name which would sound a bit like “Mousehill”. I definitely prefer Primrose Hill for that matter. Well, anyway, we are not allowed to travel, be it to London […]

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Adios Bahamas

Adios Bahamas – Street Art Paris 2020 The mural was painted as a tribute to Nepal, a budding 29-year-old Paris rapper who died at the end of 2019.  “He was about to release his first album, which will be released posthumously at the beginning of January 2020”  

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Chana Orloff’s open air exhibition

Just before lockdown no.2 (and 3 and 4 etc.), we were lucky enough to visit Chana Orloff’s exhibition. It took place right outside her workshop, Villa Seurat, in the fourteenth district of Paris. I was able to get inside and take pictures of the workshop, now turned into a museum. Orloff was a Franco-Israeli artist, a native of Russia, who arrived in Paris in the 1920s and stayed there until her death (part from the war-period during which she fled […]

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