Tag Archives: The Tate Modern

The Ups and Downs of Civil Rights

The Tate Modern is one of my favorite museums, and no trip to London would be complete without a visit. Two of the paintings that have stuck with me were by Marlene Dumas, a South African by birth. Catching my … Continue reading

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And the Wheels Turn

As the seasons wheel, London turns too. In one short week I have gone from lying in the grass to wearing fleece. Walking over the Millennium Bridge yesterday to see the Edvard Munch Exhibit at the Tate Modern, I noted … Continue reading

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Baquari’s Wife

Last night was one of those sleepless nights when you talk to yourself and everything you say is absolutely brilliant and your clarity of vision could solve world hunger, bring economic stability to Greece, and make peaceĀ in the Middle East. … Continue reading

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