Angel Orensanz Foundation goes into the Armory Show in NYC!

We also talk about the opening of “The Norfolk Film Series”  the past February the 20th here at the Angel Orensanz Foundation and the experience lived with the two directors of the great documentary “Good Fortune” awarded with an Emmy in year 2011.

Moreover, in this #16 report, we will take you through a discovery of the secrets of the photographer Cindy Sherman in “Conversations with the photographer”, a compendium of different conversations maintained with the photographer throughout her career.

On the other hand Al Orensanz is discovering us The Crystal Cathedral built in The Orange County and doing a review over the crisis in the american religious architecture.

So get ready and enjoy the reading here

See you again on newsletter #17!


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