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I started to sort my extensive library and I was so happy to find my old poetry books. A poem is like a small gift to us from the poet. I forgot how much I enjoyed poetry until I have rediscovered those marvelous books. It is a quick read, but a great poem stays with you, it is transformational. Enjoy these three little gems that I have lovingly rediscovered.

132 unique tulip-shaped “pots” support the marvelous flower-like Little Island that floats above the water of the Hudson River. This concrete structure is more than just another NYC park, it’s an interesting discussion of using construction to build nature over nature. It’s an impeccable example and visual conversation of rapidly changing contemporary society.

Koenig Galerie in Berlin had recently showed marvelous exhibition of Chiharu Shiota’s installation. Her inspiration often emerges from a personal experience or emotion which she expands into universal human concerns. She has redefined the concept of memory and explores sensation of a ‘presence in the absence’ with her intricate thread installations with various objects woven into its mesmerizing web.