Monthly Archives: February 2010

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Friday’s art – Joaquin Torres-Garcia’s “Locomotive With Constructive House” at the Newark Art Museum (still need a host for Slow Art Day there!). Look at this for a few minutes today, Friday, February 19, 2010. (hint: click on the thumbnail to see… Continue reading

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Thursday’s art – Roy de Maistre’s "Colour Sketch"

Thursday’s art – Roy de Maistre’s “Colour Sketch” at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra. Look at this for a few minutes today, Thursday, February 18, 2010. (hint: click on the thumbnail to see the larger version)If you are in Australia,… Continue reading

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Wednesday’s art – Monika Del Bosque’s "Trying to Connect"

Wednesday’s art – Monika Del Bosque’s “Trying to Connect” – take a gaze.Look at this for a few minutes today, Wednesday, February 17, 2010. (hint: click on the thumbnail to see the larger version) If you are in the LA area, then signup for Slow Ar… Continue reading

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Xenophon is my newspaper

“Literature is news that stays news” – Ezra Pound Xenophon has been my ‘newspaper’ for the last couple of months. I hope your reading so far has been great. As you know our next conference call is on Monday Feb 22. I am sending out individual requ… Continue reading

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Tuesday’s art: Picasso at MoMA

Tuesday’s art – Picasso’s “Les Demoiselles de Avignon” at MoMA in New York.Look at this for a few minutes today, Tuesday, February 16, 2010. (hint: click on the thumbnail to see the larger version)If you are in the New York area, then signup for S… Continue reading

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Happy 201st birthday, Charles Darwin

Happy 201st birthday, Charles Darwin.About a year ago, the Reading Odyssey started a Facebook group to celebrate Darwin and his great book, “On the Origin of Species.”In that year, we have accomplished many things with our global volunteer communi… Continue reading

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Daily Slow Art: Lee Krasner at the Tate Modern

Friday’s Slow Art object – Lee Krasner’s “Gothic Landscape” at the Tate Modern in London.Look at this for a few minutes today, Friday, February 12, 2010. (hint: click on the thumbnail to see the larger version)If you are in the London area, then p… Continue reading

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