8 blistering works by Hodgkin +Visions Of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin
“In Indian painting I have found much that for me could be found nowhere else, but I cannot tell you what – I can only metaphorically wave my arms at the pictures – and say look!” – Howard Hodgkin(directly above/below other works to discover while visiting the museum including – tile relief displays and a work from an Iranian 1550-1559 Folio ‘a Fal Nameh’ . The ground floor of the museum showcases treasures from the permanent collection of the Aga Khan Museum. ) The outdoor grounds of the museum also look promising when the plantings are unveiled and begin to bloom.
Stop by the cafe for fresh, delicate baklava before you leave this slice of paradise.
When Don Harron created Charlie Farquharson, he created a character who, it seemed, was always around (at least as long as I can remember) giving us the straight goods on just about everything. We need the likes of Charlie around these parts. I read today that Don Harron has passed, age 90. Charlie’s alter ego Mr. Harron did a few things on his own too – even hosted Morningside for 5 years, but it is Charlie I think he will be remembered for most.
Here’s a short sample of Charlie on Canadian politics (from YouTube)