Now UNforgotten – Bellrave

T. S. Eliot: “Art never improves. . . . The mind of Europe . . . is a mind which changes, and this change is a development which abandons nothing en route, which does not superannuate either Shakespeare, or Homer, or the rock drawing of the Magdalenian draughtsmen.” (“Tradition and The Individual Talent,” The Sacred Wood 1921)

Pablo Picasso, upon emerging, in 1040, from the newly discovered Lascaux Caves: “We [moderns] have discovered nothing.”

**BELLRAVE**

‘Cave of Wonders’

(bellrave@reverbnation.com)

Werner Herzog
Cave of Forgotten Dreams
(2010)

Chauvet Cave: The Art of Earliest Times
Jean Clottes
University of Utah Press
(2003)

Meredith Monk
“Cave Song”
Book of Days (1988)

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