November 26, 2017. We follow the Nakahechi Imperial Route from Takijiri-Oji to Chikatsuyu-oji. This is the first of two days following the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail, a UNESCO world heritage site.
Henro Postscript: Teshima Art Island
November 22, 2017. From Takamatsu to Teshima Island to Naoshima Island. Takamatsu, last night and this morning. Llobet and Pons. No one wins-multibasket Christian Boltanski. Les Archives du Coeur CD of my heart beat. Rei Naito and Ryue Nishizawa. Teshima Art Museum. Tadanori Yokomineji and Yuko Nakayama. Teshima Yokoo House.
Hiroshima: The Oleander Blooms
We are here, in Hiroshima, because of a solitary speck of time in the history of our world. It was 8:15 on the morning of Monday, August 6, 1945. The Little Boy atomic bomb exploded. 70,000 died immediately. Within three hours, a firestorm cloud would rage overhead, with an estimated energy 1000 times more than... Continue Reading →