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by remkohde71

James Turrell’s latest light work is nothing less than a visual and spacial metamorphosis of the iconic spiral of the

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Bestsellers in Polyglot New York paint 50 different shades of writing.

Posted in Fiction, USA

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Min-Sik Choi is the godfather of the Korean actors guild. He established himself as a cult hero with his role

Posted in Korea, Movie Reviews

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French philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville formulated an opinion of America that Americans still strongly believe in today, the myth of

Posted in USA

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This Land is a weekly column by Dan Barry for the New York Times with in-depth stories about American towns

Posted in USA

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In his project 100×100 Michael Wolf photographed 100 rooms in Hong Kong’s oldest public housing estate.

Posted in China

Die Kaczynskis rechnen mit den Resten des Kommunismus in Polen ab
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Since the Kazynski twins took power in Poland a new post-communist reveille has awakened the Catholic conservatives in Poland’s moral

Posted in Poland

by George Induashvili

Fear No.1 One day I will understand that straight lines are necessary, but optimism will quiet me and I will

Posted in Georgia, Poetry

by Luis Benitez

Afar, the large polite world of language here, the wide serenity of things in the ocean’s bottom where it lives

Posted in Argentina, Poetry

by Serafin Roldan-Santiago

Edward T. Hall, anthropologist and author of The Hidden Dimension (1966), first coined the term, “proxemics” in the early 1960s.

Posted in Op-Ed, USA