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Tag Archives: Charles de Gaulle
The Gods in art. Andre Malraux sought the key to humankind’s fate by a philosphical study of all the world’s art. In The Metamorphosis of the Gods, he pursued a daring venture of the intellect…. (see link at end)… The … Continue reading
The Monarchist movement, the romantic movement, the spiritualist movement, the liberation movement, the communist movement; Joan of Arc has passed through all of them wit the ease and aplomb that one would expect of a light stepping, free-floating saint. From … Continue reading
Cargo cults. In times of stress look to the prophets of an earthly paradise… A question naturally arises in any examination of millenarian movements: why do they inevitably take a religious form instead of simple military or political resistance? The … Continue reading
A beginning of a three part series on as aspect of design history that’s completely ignored.It was the beginning of the end as we know it… Art Chantry (firstname.lastname@example.org): part 1: Detournement (the beginning of the end) The French practice … Continue reading
In France, it is even possible to remain a writer without writing, as Rimbaud did, living in the consciousness of his contemporaries after his premature creative death, or Valery during his seventeen year silence. So passionately does France hold literature … Continue reading