“…the well-being of an art collection.”


March 3, 2021 by petrujviljoen

“Why is it a terrible battle scene like Picasso’s Guernica can be beautiful, while a painting of two unicorns kissing in a flower garden can look like crap. Does anybody really know why they like anything?” Quote of the day from the book: Diary – a Novel” I’m currently re-reading by Chuck Palahniuk. And while […]

“…the well-being of an art collection.”

5 thoughts on ““…the well-being of an art collection.”

  1. ShiraDest says:

    For me, the Guernica is more haunting than beautiful, recalling all of the horror of the Guerra Civil, I see Franco and Rodolpho Suarez when I see that painting (ok, actually, I see scenes from episide 4 of El Ministerio del Tiempo, but who’s counting…)

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