Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Walking on Tomorrow's Street

Last weekend with a group of friends, we went to New York City for Traditional Persian Music: (Shahram Nazeri’s Concert). But because the student thickets were SOLD OUT we decided not to go. Then we wanted to have Persian Lunch at Kabul Café (it is an Afghani restaurant but it also serves Persian food) it was CLOSED for some reason. So we went to a Thai restaurant instead it wasn’t bad, but hay our aim was to eat Persian food. And then we went to Guggenheim Museum for RUSSIA Exhibition and because it was too CROWDED and some ECONOMICAL problems we decided not to go there either.

So actually what we did at the weekend was mostly walking in streets of New York City, which is a pleasant thing to do when you are with your friends.
And as far as I’m concerned I will go to Guggenheim for RUSSIA Exhibition some day during the week when it is not as crowded as it is in the weekends.
Now here are 2 works by Yuri Pimenov from the RUSSIA Exhibition
One is New Moscow 1939, and the other is A Wedding on Tomorrow’s Street 1962 which I think is matching the weekend that I spent in New York City.



4 comments:

walking club said...

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Cheers

walking club said...

Hi, As part of a case study for a potential employer, I need to contact people who are interested in walking & hiking and who routinely search the internet for hiking related information. The focus is on keyword ('walking club' for example) selection. I've found people via walking club but would like to talk to more. Have you any ideas how to contact more people?
Cheers

walking club said...

Hi, As part of a case study for a potential employer, I need to contact people who are interested in walking & hiking and who routinely search the internet for hiking related information. The focus is on keyword ('walking club' for example) selection. I've found people via walking club but would like to talk to more. Have you any ideas how to contact more people?
Cheers

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