Three theatre directors, an author and a visual artist speak of love and intimacy in our current pandemic, and how the arts can maintain connection when we physically can’t.
When we think of love and art, it is works like Rene Magritte’s The lovers (1928) and Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE sculpture of 1967 that spring to mind, along with classics like Romeo and Juliet (1597) and Gabriel García Márquez’s novel from 1985, Love in the Time of Cholera (particularly apt in our pandemic times).
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