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Café Mouffe: Miss Tic & The Ethics of Love

One consequence of succumbing to the flu and avoiding the office this week has been letting my febrile mind go wherever it wanted. I’ve wandered from Wall Street to the House of Dior, and unexpectedly, I returned like a prodigal … Continue reading

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Imaging Paris: Miss Tic’s Wanton Acts

Paris street art by Miss Tic graces a wall near Rue Mouffetard. [Photo by La_Caille] Miss Tic’s graffiti poem reads, “Les actes gratuits ont-ils un prix?” Ms. Modigliani translates this literally as,”Do gratuitous acts have a price?” The pun seems … Continue reading

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Imaging Paris: La poésie est un sport de l’extrême

[Photo by gadl] Art is everywhere in Paris. You don’t have to stand in line or pay 10 euros to enter the museum. As the flaneur knows, the museum is the street. You pay with your attention. This image represents … Continue reading

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