‘Kissing for us wasn’t – as it had been during our first encounters – just something exciting to which we abandoned ourselves in order to know each other and to experiment with our bodies, to express the reciprocal attraction that we felt, rather it was by then a gesture that we did for our pleasure, for the pleasure that it gave us in and of itself…. For the first time in our lives we understood that in every kiss, other than our wet mouths and our tongues, something else was happening: our memories.’
The Museum of Innocence, Orhan Pamuk (loose paraphrase from the Italian version)
Let yourself be caught up in the love story of Kemal and Füsun, On February 14th visit the exhibit Love, Museums and Inspiration. Orhan Pamuk’s The Museum of Innocence in Milan with two tickets for the price of one.