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Il bidet di Van Gogh

Questa sera, orario aperitivo, a Palazzo Reale per vedere Van Gogh “L’uomo e la terra”, spiluccando l’opera e il sacrificio fisico-psicologico del pittore olandese all’eternità dell’arte, circondato da transeunti e imbiancati nasi rifatti e Rolex “lei non sa chi sono io”, una domanda ha fatto capolino tra i miei pensieri un po’ ristretti: alla fine, questa sacra arte non si è ridotta ad essere poco più di un bellissimo e catartico bidet del nostro essere banalmente profani?

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CHINA, HONG KONG : A woman displays the word democracy on her leg at a pro-democracy rally near the central government offices in Hong Kong on October 5, 2014. Fresh clashes broke out at Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests on October 5, with riot police using batons and pepper spray to fight back demonstrators, as student leaders reopened the door to talks with the government. AFP PHOTO / ALEX OGLE

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CHINA, HONG KONG : A woman displays the word democracy on her leg at a pro-democracy rally near the central government offices in Hong Kong on October 5, 2014. Fresh clashes broke out at Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests on October 5, with riot police using batons and pepper spray to fight back demonstrators, as student leaders reopened the door to talks with the government. AFP PHOTO / ALEX OGLE

The Aletsch Glacier (German: Aletschgletscher) or Great Aletsch Glacier (German: Grosser Aletschgletscher) is the largest glacier in the Alps. It has a length of about 23 km (14 mi) and covers more than 120 square kilometres (46 sq mi) in the eastern Bernese Alps in the Swiss canton of Valais. The Aletsch Glacier is composed of three smaller glaciers converging at Concordia, where its thickness is estimated to be near 1 km (3,300 ft). It then continues towards the Rhone valley before giving birth to the Massa River.

Discovered at Aletsch Glacier, Bettmeralp, Switzerland. See more at Trover

The Aletsch Glacier (German: Aletschgletscher) or Great Aletsch Glacier (German: Grosser Aletschgletscher) is the largest glacier in the Alps. It has a length of about 23 km (14 mi) and covers more than 120 square kilometres (46 sq mi) in the eastern Bernese Alps in the Swiss canton of Valais. The Aletsch Glacier is composed of three smaller glaciers converging at Concordia, where its thickness is estimated to be near 1 km (3,300 ft). It then continues towards the Rhone valley before giving birth to the Massa River.

Discovered at Aletsch Glacier, Bettmeralp, Switzerland. See more at Trover