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Three Rooms at Chichu

We stand on ceremony here. Young women robed in white by Taishi Nobukuni direct the rituals—this way please, take a seat, form a queue. Cameras reluctantly stowed, we follow directions, wait our turn, and wish we’d worn nicer socks.

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History Holding up the Sky

History buffs and architecture aficionado probably know that Walter Burly Griffin and Eric Nicholls designed several groundbreaking incinerators for Sydney during the interwar years. Not me though, I was unaware of these buildings before I received an invitation to John Young’s exhibition, Modernity’s End: Half the Sky – Two Australians in China. As such, I was in for a real surprise when I visited the exhibition at Willoughby Incinerator on Sydney’s Lower North Shore.

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Musik Maestro

Holidays can be full of surprises. On my first visit to Kulturforum in Berlin, Kunstgewerbemuseum was closed, and Neue Nationalgalerie between exhibitions, but my luck changed at the end of the day.

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