By Gideon Lewis-Kraus
Bargains money owed of the author's pilgrimages to 3 holy websites looking for own course, describing the loads of miles trekked and the folks encountered alongside the way in which. Tallinn -- Berlin -- Camino -- Berlin/Shanghai -- Shikoku -- Shanghai/San Francisco -- Uman -- Kiev/Berlin
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David bicyclelocked the front door of the gallery. The only person inside in character as herself was an arts reporter in town, a friend of a friend whom we’d introduced to David at Bar Drei. He’d invited her to appear in the piece as herself, and she was ﬂattered. ” I said. She frowned. , the opening of David’s show, was in the courtyard outside, where we milled and drank the same free booze the fake people were real-drinking inside. Occasionally we looked in through the window to see what the fake attendees were up to.
She talked in big impressionistic clouds and then gesticulated in their vicinity to disperse them. She was in the middle of applying to grad school and was writing about art; she wrote about the new gallery shows each month for a magazine out of London. She was one of the very few critics around who said anything interesting about what she saw, though she could also be pretty opaque, about art and in general. She was American but most people thought she was French and she didn’t discourage that.
The visitors were always ready to go home after an amazing week. It was their vacation but it was our life, and it no longer seemed like what I’d wanted. At that time there was a song lyric that did not stop running through my mind. indd 43 11/7/11 9:11 AM Gideon Lewis-Krauss 1S R 1L ing. I wanted the innocent life I’d had in San Francisco but this time having had the experiences I’d had in Berlin. Even the spaces felt different to me. I no longer saw the aesthetic appeal of the postindustrial.
A sense of direction : pilgrimage for the restless and the hopeful by Gideon Lewis-Kraus