Valeria Aresti &
Valeria Aresti brings
New Yorks' art to Madrid
Fahrenheit: neither hot nor cold,
Fahrenheit is a temperature scale based on the one proposed by the Polish physicist of the same name in 1724. Fahrenheit 451 is also a 1953 novel by Ray Bradbury, in which he describes a New York society where reading books is outlawed. Books are seen as dangerous, because they make people think, analyse and question their life and the world around them, thus stopping them from being happy.
451°F is equivalent to 232.8°C:
‘the temperature at which book paper catches fire and burns’, according to the novel
In Menorca she shared her free time with us at our hotel and we showed her our island.
She immersed herself in the local and artistic culture and enjoyed the beaches and the sea, as well as the gastronomy and local flavours, as she explored the island inside out, from Ciutadella to Maó.
As always, sharing is an important link between Cristine Bedfor and her friends.
Valeria, keep on guiding us! And together we will continue on this journey of discovery.
We look forward to your upcoming Craig Taylor.
exhibition and will see you on 9 February so we can keep learning from you.
Restez en contact et recevez les dernières nouvelles,
recettes et conseils santé de Cristine Bedford.
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