Art Exhibition,  English

What is Love?


Love is, waking up late on the weekend.

Love is, frosty, autumn mornings, breath fogging the air.

Love is, smelling the cut grass on a hot summer’s day.

Love is, feeling the steam rise off the ground after a tropical rain storm.

Love is, laughter.

Love is, fine wine and good music.

Love is, watching the stars come out.

Love is, a book and a fireplace on a winter’s night.

Love is, a dark cinema and opening credits.

Love is, art that speaks to your soul.

Love is, emotion and tears, smiles, and the ridding of fears.

Love is, a plane ticket in one hand and a passport in the other.

Love is, the open road.

Love is, the anchor of home.

Love is, knowledge and faith.

Love is, hand in hand.

Love, is walking, head held high.

Love is, looking into a mirror and liking who you see.

Love is, loving self, loving others, loving life.

Love is.

Paris by night.

What do you love? How do you love? What is love to you? These are all questions that the Mori Art Museum attempts to examine in its current exhibit All You Need Is LOVE. If you ever thought about what love means for you, either within art, or without, come check out this Tokyo exhibition, which is running until the 1st September 2013!
Is Love all that you need? Perhaps, but having a copy of Jp. A . Calosse’s
Love couldn’t hurt either!

-Fiona Torsch

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