Arts and enterteinment

Reclaiming our cities

12 July, 2020 · Architecture

Both the "new normal" summer in Europe and the winter of confinement in South America may be a good time to take back the places we live in a very different way.

Christo

1 June, 2020 · Plastic Arts

His absolute emptiness, his use of monstrous scales as a way of attracting capital, his pecuniary greed - only comparable in impudence to Dalí - his total, absolute and voluntary renunciation of signifying the slightest contribution to those who contemplate his works, is in itself a faithful, hyper-realistic even, portrait of the spirit of the ruling classes of his time. Classes of which he was a part from his birth. That is why Christo is a paradox. It's not art, no. But its essence is so sterile and dead that it represents like few others the anti-human, anti-historical character of the system in our times. Bunting or tarp cover included.

What is to be done?

3 March, 2020 · Literature

What did a social democrat of Lenin's generation mean by a proletarian who became a "professional revolutionary". For answering we have to revisit the original "What Is to Be Done"... by Chernishevsky