Frog Eyes | "Caravan Breakers They Prey on the Weak and the Old"

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I have a second blog where I post my writing and poetry in general and some other stuff and it is here.

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likeafieldmouse:

Roger Ballen- Shadow Land (1983-2011)

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Gordon Lameyer - Sylvia Plath, 1950s

Gordon Lameyer - Sylvia Plath, 1950s

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Chelsea High School Dance, 1950s
Chelsea, Michigan
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1950sunlimited:

Chelsea High School Dance, 1950s

Chelsea, Michigan

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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Jamie Tobin
Tumblr: jamietobinillustration.tumblr.com
 Swimming pool.

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Jamie Tobin

Tumblr: jamietobinillustration.tumblr.com

 Swimming pool.

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magictransistor:

Diego Rivera. Day of the Dead. 1924.

magictransistor:

Diego Rivera. Day of the Dead. 1924.

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kundst:

Lucebert, 1952  
Lucebert (Bert Swaanswijk, 1924 – 1994), was a Dutch painter and poet, member of  avant-garde movement CoBrA. Famous sentence "Alles van waarde is weerloos" (“All things of value are defenceless”)

All things of value are defenseless.

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Lucebert, 1952  

Lucebert (Bert Swaanswijk, 1924 – 1994), was a Dutch painter and poet, member of  avant-garde movement CoBrA. Famous sentence "Alles van waarde is weerloos" (“All things of value are defenceless”)

All things of value are defenseless.

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kafkasapartment:

The ZYX 24 takes off, Rouzat. September 1910. Jacques Henri Lartigue. Gelatin silver print from original negative.

kafkasapartment:

The ZYX 24 takes off, Rouzat. September 1910. Jacques Henri Lartigue. Gelatin silver print from original negative.

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artphotocollector:

"What you want to be is a poet…To voice the real and at the same time create an image that is a world in itself, with its own coherence, its autonomy and sovereignty; an image that thinks." —Luc Delahaye 

On view at the Nailya Alexander Gallery is the first New York solo exhibition for the Russian photojournalist, Sergey Maximishin. The show accompanies a thoughtful new book Siberia: In the Eyes of Russian Photographers featuring work from over 50 photographers spanning the past 130 years.

Siberia is evocative of sub-zero temperatures, prisons, isolation, and intriguing for all we don’t know about this vast region. Maximishin’s work captivates the attention because it is remarkably insightful and well composed. We see a Siberia revealed in the quotidian details of people going about their business and contained in their worlds. 

Whether this type of work transcends “Photojournalism” to become “Fine Art” (and selling in a gallery on 57th Street) is a disputation that will always be around. Maximishin is a talented, award winning, dyed-in-the-wool photojournalist. Whether his work needs the blessings of the market, curators, and influencers, seems beside the point. —Lane Nevares  

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blastedheath:

David Hockney (British, b. 1937), Man with wings and rocks, 1963. Oil on canvas, 24 x 24 in.

blastedheath:

David Hockney (British, b. 1937), Man with wings and rocks, 1963. Oil on canvas, 24 x 24 in.

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