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Richard Serra
2—2—1. to Dicky and Tina, 1969
Corten steel
(from das kunstwerk 4 x Plastiken, E 20009 F, zeitschrift für bildende kunst, 1 XXXI 1978, februar)

ocn:

Richard Serra

2—2—1. to Dicky and Tina, 1969

Corten steel

(from das kunstwerk 4 x Plastiken, E 20009 F, zeitschrift für bildende kunst, 1 XXXI 1978, februar)

(via 3984282232)

ivonnabuenrostro:

mina brooch 
ivonnabuenrostro:

i love you box
mpdrolet:

Self-portrait, November 18, 1985
Allen Ginsberg

mpdrolet:

Self-portrait, November 18, 1985

Allen Ginsberg

(via braindrizzle)

lifeonmars70s:

Catherine Deneuve in Repulsion (1965) dir. Roman Polanski

lifeonmars70s:

Catherine Deneuve in Repulsion (1965) dir. Roman Polanski

(via funeral)

naverroja:

el calendario

naverroja:

el calendario

aleskot:

People sometimes don’t realize that Crash — Ballard’s book and Cronenberg’s film adaptation both — is first and foremost a love story. It’s a story of sharing yourself at your strongest, weakest, most depraved, most enlightened. It’s about tearing down the walls. 

Crash is about acceptance and saying good bye to borders and limitations. What is that if not love? 

Crash is about transforming self-destructive impulses by embracing them in their entirety. What is that if not love? 

As my friend said, Ballard’s work is often about psychopathic love flooding and destroying the world to create a new, more alien one. That of course connects with Ballard’s early life experience of seeing the mushroom cloud above Hiroshima. The beautiful and the horrifying often come hand in hand - separating them leads to incompleteness. 

Fuck love that binds. Fuck it until it doesn’t bind you anymore. We’re all connected and we’re all in love. And I am not even on e. This is just life experience. 

This is a little of why ‘Crash’ is my favorite film, and perhaps still also my favorite book. 

aleskot:

People sometimes don’t realize that Crash — Ballard’s book and Cronenberg’s film adaptation both — is first and foremost a love story. It’s a story of sharing yourself at your strongest, weakest, most depraved, most enlightened. It’s about tearing down the walls. 

Crash is about acceptance and saying good bye to borders and limitations. What is that if not love? 

Crash is about transforming self-destructive impulses by embracing them in their entirety. What is that if not love? 

As my friend said, Ballard’s work is often about psychopathic love flooding and destroying the world to create a new, more alien one. That of course connects with Ballard’s early life experience of seeing the mushroom cloud above Hiroshima. The beautiful and the horrifying often come hand in hand - separating them leads to incompleteness. 

Fuck love that binds. Fuck it until it doesn’t bind you anymore. We’re all connected and we’re all in love. And I am not even on e. This is just life experience. 

This is a little of why ‘Crash’ is my favorite film, and perhaps still also my favorite book. 

silfarione:

Young couple cuddling as they sit down in a hole in the sand while others lie around behind them on a hot Independence Day at the beach. Photo by Ralph Crane, 1949.

silfarione:

Young couple cuddling as they sit down in a hole in the sand while others lie around behind them on a hot Independence Day at the beach. Photo by Ralph Crane, 1949.

art-documents:

Jorge Macchi: Light and Weight 10 JUN - 28 JUL 2012 Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich

art-documents:

Jorge Macchi: Light and Weight
10 JUN - 28 JUL 2012
Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich

art-documents:

Ana Mendieta

art-documents:

Ana Mendieta

fliegender:

Raymond Pettibon, No Title (This brightness causes…), 2010. Via

fliegender:

Raymond Pettibon, No Title (This brightness causes…), 2010. Via

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