Category Archives: Culture

April Newsletter: On Authenticity. In Films and Real Life

It’s refreshing to read someone say what he thinks without restraint. It’s a joy to read a great artist. Woody Allen’s Apropos of Nothing is hilarious and irreverent, full of amusing quips and snide remarks, like his best scripts. It’s been a long time since I enjoyed an autobiography so thoroughly. A lot has to do with his brilliant writing and self-deprecating humour, of course, but most of all with his honesty and authenticity. Read More

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Wonderlands

Robert Ingpen’s drawings truly belong in the books he helps reimagine or creates, forever weaving the texts into children’s imagination and lives, for for those of us who are fortunate enough, who get away into adulthood without losing our childhood sides for good, into our lives, too. Read More

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March Newsletter: Un Monde

Left: Photographic print available on shop.classiq.me   Photos: Classiq Journal     “ During the early stages of the Syrian war more than one million Syrians fled to Lebanon, a country with a population of only around five million people. … Read More

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February Newsletter: On Cultural Contentment and C’mon C’mon

The February newsletter: On cultural contentment and C’mon C’mon. Read More

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January Newsletter: On Rebelliousness to Last a Lifetime

  Photos: Classiq Journal     ”Because I still forget that I’ve aged. My head and my heart still seem to play this cruel trick on me, deceiving me with the illusion of youth as I greet the world every … Read More

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