If you want to see something differently, then read the writings of Tintin Törncrantz. In this age of jabbering hysteria and the sound bite you will be calmed, then entranced and often amused by his subtle linking of numerous strands of history and art, to create a fascination with something that previously seemed to hold little interest. You will find none of the art catalogue jargon here, only the erudition and skills of the essayist who knows what we need to know about everything from a chair to a photograph of a brutalist shopping centre. His writing has a quality […]
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