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rifles:

Marijke van Warmerdam — Handstand, (1992), 1:40 min

rifles:

Marijke van Warmerdam — Handstand, (1992), 1:40 min

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theparisreview:

“A point in chaos: Once established the grey point leaps into the realm of order.”
Paul Klee notebooks.

theparisreview:

“A point in chaos: Once established the grey point leaps into the realm of order.”

Paul Klee notebooks.

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quentindebriey:

laura ponte at home.madrid march 2012

quentindebriey:

laura ponte at home.madrid march 2012

skte:

Kiki de Montparnasse by Man Ray. c. 1928.
"Her companion for most of the 1920s was Man Ray, who made hundreds of portraits of her. She is the subject of some of his best-known images, including the notable surrealist image Le violon d’Ingres." source.

skte:

Kiki de Montparnasse by Man Ray. c. 1928.

"Her companion for most of the 1920s was Man Ray, who made hundreds of portraits of her. She is the subject of some of his best-known images, including the notable surrealist image Le violon d’Ingres." source.

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Someday, somewhere - anywhere, unfailingly, you’ll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.
— Pablo Neruda (via quotes-shape-us)
pink-variegated:

Christy Turlington by Brigitte Lacombe x David Hockney, Picture of a Hollywood Swimming Pool Collage

pink-variegated:

Christy Turlington by Brigitte Lacombe x David Hockney, Picture of a Hollywood Swimming Pool Collage

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ph. Sarina Meuleman

ph. Sarina Meuleman

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what advice do you have for artists who are feeling creatively stagnant/uninspired? asked by Anonymous

gentle-insomnia:

I think when you can’t work, you have to force yrself to work. Like, maybe take a little break for a few days but don’t sit around waiting for some great / revolutionary idea to hit you. I’m a firm believer that inspiration comes while you work, not while you wait. So make a lot of shitty work, make a lot of boring work, all that matters is that you’re making a lot. It about the process and the act, not so much the outcome. Think of the end product as something secondary, your process and struggling and trialling and failing are what improve yr art. 

atdirmaq:

Picasso for 2014 (Marketing Proposition for Sotheby’s), 2014

atdirmaq:

Picasso for 2014 (Marketing Proposition for Sotheby’s), 2014

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outerinnerspace:

Francoise Sagan

outerinnerspace:

Francoise Sagan

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straysense:

are crying selfies a thing yet

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sinemasanati:

Marisa Mell & Michelangelo Antonioni

sinemasanati:

Marisa Mell & Michelangelo Antonioni

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