Monthly Archives: May 2016

Papercut Lab

London has hidden gems and the Wellcome Collection is one of such. It is not that hidden actually, as it stands right in front of Euston Station and welcomes hundreds of visitors every day, but it is definitely not one of the mainstream cultural institutions tourists would queue for. I love going there. It is part […]

The art of Angling

Few months ago I was invited to take part in a beautiful exhibition in Jaggedart, a small but great gallery in Marylebone, London that specializes in works on paper and book art. The exhibition, On the same page focused on Artist’s Books and Alterations: In a time when words and images seem to evaporate into the ether, this […]

Pulp Sections

Some days ago I have been lucky and quick enough to get a ticket to Morbid Anatomy Salon, an event organized by Wellcome Collection and Morbid Anatomy, a blog and museum in New York devoted to the exploration of art and medicine, death and culture.   Open Platform I was particularly intrigued by the anatomical Venus: an […]