Bilbao is a perfect place to visit: it has Guggenheim, amazing food and wine and charming running paths. The Guggenheim collection is shaping up to be pretty great, I was super impressed by their Anselm Kiefer collection as well as ‘The Matter of Time’ by Richard Serra. They also have one of Louise Bourgeois’ spidersContinue reading “Bilbao”
I’m currently visiting Santa Barbara for KITP Program: Machine Learning for Quantum Many-Body Physics. If you ever get an opportunity to go for one of the Kavli Institute programs, definitely definitely go. I will write more on science part later, for now just a few pictures of sunrises and sunsets I took while running.
Saas-Fee is a wonderful car-free Swiss village with the proximity to a glacier and several 4000 peaks. I just took a short holiday there and here is a few pictures. If you are ever going to hike there I can especially recommend going to Spielboden and Langflüh, from where you have excellent view of theContinue reading “Saas-Fee”
I’m trying not to love New York in that kitschy soapy hollywood way, because yes, it totally has all it’s glamour, but also cockroaches on the subway and Trump buildings everywhere. Then again, Guggenheim is the cosiest and most comforting place in the universe, MET Opera has the best productions in the world and allContinue reading “Back to New York”
…not that phone photos can fully capture it.. I’ll be back with photos from the next hike:)
Most amazing orchestra: I just had a wonderful opportunity to hear Berlin Philharmonic playing Verdi’s Requiem conducted by Riccardo Chailly. It was a supremely powerful performance. Requiem is just one of those intense pieces that are absolutely best enjoyed live and I am forever grateful that I had a chance to hear it in such a greatContinue reading “Reasons to love Berlin”