"Can it be a good thing, this darkness? / A kind of light that shows me things / I like to hide from in broad daylight"
Life and death seem separated by a thinner, more transparent space than usual, and no one knows what tomorrow may bring.
Many works of art with sacred themes have been painted under the inspiration of ISKCON-founder A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. These paintings were originally intended to illustrate books by Prabhupada, author of many original writings and translations, and were also meant to decorate temples and houses of devotees of Krishna. Now, these Prabhupada-inspired paintings have arrived at a new, unusual place: a shopping center in Brazil.