That’s the name of this interesting exhibition at Sven-Harry’s Museum in Stockholm. The famous film director Hoyte van Hoytema had been given the difficult task of choosing 199 photographs from some three thousand pictures of the Hasselblad foundation’s collection. The result was astonishing.
Despite Scandinavians winning 2019 Boccus d’Or’s – the gastronomic “Olympic games” – best prizes, tourists don’t come to Scandinavia for that reason. One third of France’s tourists visit instead this country for its food. The French encourage that trend by organizing a yearly international gastronomic festival: Goût de France. It starts on 21 March 2019 and takes place all over the world. I attended their media conference in Paris.
One of Paris most frequented museums, shows this winter 2019 a gigantic retrospective in specific style as well as timeframe: cubism (1907- 1917).
The Gothenburg Opera presented an original dance performance called Skid at the Chaillot theatre. Despite a cold winter evening and a gigantic hall, it was fully booked.
This artistically unique exhibition at Quai Branly in Paris is called: ”Parting the air”.