Lisbon features an impressive collection of azulejos. Here’s a walking route for all those who want to go tile spotting and see some exceptional contemporary creations.
With cities, it’s like with relationships. You see it for the first time, you like it, you want to know more about it. The spark bursts, and you move in, you start to get along, you get accustomed to new habits. Eventually, you wear each other out, and you move on.
If you graph the numbers of any system, patterns emerge.
Opposites may attract in infinite ways. Symmetry, though, can only be achieved in 17 ways. And this exact number was proved by Mr. Evgraf Fedorov in 1891.
To understand is to transform what is.
Every once in a while, a train leaves to a place where lost memories are remembered.
Lightopia is a special space, conceived in the shape of a traveling exhibition, that tells the story of modern light design. The Light Colors Carlos Cruz-Diez (1923-2019), kinetic-optic artist and theorist of color, created an installation as a walk inside shades, as there are several light sources, each of them changing its color, each of themContinue reading “Lisbon. Lightopia”