Philosophy with Onbester

&ldquo;<strong>Alexander Calder</strong> wanted to be clear and unfussy, to get straight to the point. At the same time, he liked to linger over life&rsquo;s oddities and obscurities&rdquo;

“Alexander Calder wanted to be clear and unfussy, to get straight to the point. At the same time, he liked to linger over life’s oddities and obscurities”Continue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:&ldquo;<strong>Alexander Calder</strong> wanted to be clear and unfussy, to get straight to the point. At the same time, he liked to linger over life&rsquo;s oddities and obscurities&rdquo; Read more [...]
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