One of the less talked-about aspects of visiting art fairs these days, with all of their mass information and overwhelming quality, is the shifting of experiences that the intensity of art causes. I have to say that after spending the day at Art Basel and at Design Miami, surrounded by wealth of art and design, I still found the show 'One War: Peter Marino' of which opening at the Bass Museum of Art I visited last night breathtakingly fresh and totally enjoyable. In fact, it makes you feel exactly how you want to feel when you step your foot into an art museum. While the exhibition, which is curated by cultural agitator and curator Jérôme Sans, seeks to explore the architect’s multifaceted relationship with art, its achievement has reached far beyond this goal. This jeweled show provides answers to questions I have had for years about the intriguing Peter Marino regarding the layers of his taste, thinking, and his intellectual aesthetics. As that pioneer of cross-disciplinary practice in architecture, Peter Marino's owns major works of art which he installed in a dramatic and unexpected way that is no different than what he has been doing for four decades of stunning and global career in many of his works that juxtapose architecture with art, fashion, and interior. Bravo.