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Issue #42: Hypercritic's Blue Period 💙

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
As you may know, January 17 will be Blue Monday.
What is known as the most depressing Monday of the year will be an opportunity for us to explore one of the colors that inspire us the most. 🎨
We’ll see how blue has been interpreted by artists from different historical eras, inspired characters, and plots in our favorite stories. And music, of course!🎶
All of this, on the pages of 🖊️

The color blue in Art
➡️ Explore Woman Ironing | Inside Out sadness
➡️ Explore Skyspace-1 | An experience of sensory awareness
➡️ Explore Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? | Gauguin’s pictorial testament
Blue notes in music
➡️ Play At Newport 1960 is a blues fresco impossible to resist
➡️ Play J.J. Cale's Naturally is a classic of the blues-rock genre
➡️ Play Blues for The Red Sun | Where Psychedelia meets the Desert
Different kinds of blue characters
➡️ Watch I Know This Much is True | A centrifuge of sadness
➡️ Watch Betty Blue | A commentary on women depiction in the media
➡️ Play What Remains of Edith Finch
➡️ Read The Ultimate Infidelity | Gozzano’s farewell to sadness
➡️ Watch Benjamin Grosvenor's Rhapsody In Blue
For Blue Monday and other times. If your day is blue, remember that mixing yellow it’ll become green! 💚
We hope you enjoyed our brief exhibition on the color Blue, a universal symbol of melancholia that can gather a full range of nuances and emotions.
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