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Crusader Money Hideaway

When Mimmo Vestita remodeled his garage in Grottaglie, Italy, he discovered the floor of a Roman villa and with a little more probing he found a Byzantine crypt under his driveway.

Wild Byzantine Ceiling in Underground Crypt

Located in a field, to the side of a two-lane road, the Cripta del Crocefisso building looks as if it might be a farmer’s old stone storage shed, but once inside the ancient underground structure that's been carved out of rock, you will be truly amazed by the frescoes and unusual ceiling paintings.

Dressed Alike Artists

Funny meeting of artists who unbeknowingly were wearing the same clothes.

at the VENICE BIENNALE & LIVING IN EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

A quick tour of Arsanale exhibit of amazing African artists- El Anatsui and Michael Armitage-- Venice Biennale, 2019

VISIT A FINE ART PRINT SHOP IN ITALY

Visit master artisan printmaker Giancarlo Busato in his laboratory in Vicenza, Italy.

MAMBO Genève

At Walead Beshy retrospective at MAMCO Geneva with Christine Palamidessi, Cindy Whittingham and Nazir Sunderji.

DAY 21 of 21 DAY EXPERIENCE OF WOMAN IN ABAYA

I want inner peace. I want love. I wanted the experience of being a woman in Abaya; I choose to do it for 21 days. I wore the garment as an artistic experience. I am an artist. Here's what i found out....

DAY 20 of 21 DAY EXPERIENCE OF WOMAN IN ABAYA

Abaya can be a fashion garment and some women have 30 or more abayas in their closet. Wafaa explained that women like to show off their new clothes, no matter where they live. But in Saudi Arabia, when you go out of the house, it’s not realistic to think you will have opportunity to show off your new jeans and a blouse--but you can show off your new abaya.

Day 19 of 21 Day Experience of Woman in Abaya

I spent the afternoon in Ivy Leagued Harvard Square--mostly in the Harvard College quadrangle--hoping I might get smarter by osmosis, just by strolling among the elite, the gifted, and the buildings that house extraordinary collections of books, and visiting the Out of Town Newsstand.

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