lessons on postmodernism

In south on 09/08/2014 at 2:58 pm



Beauty in the European sense has always had a premeditated quality to it. We’ve always had an aesthetic intention and a long-range plan. Thats what enabled Western man to spend decades building a Gothic cathedral; or a Renaissance piazza. The beauty of New York rests on a different base, it’s unintentional.

Unintentional beauty, beauty by mistake.

the unbearable lightness of being


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