First day of internship 😃 (at Dominik Mersch Gallery)

First day of internship 😃 (at Dominik Mersch Gallery)

Aina Beck F/W 2013 Lookbook, photographed by Dominik Tarabanski

Aina Beck F/W 2013 Lookbook, photographed by Dominik Tarabanski

Guy Sargent - Venice

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gallowhill:

Antony Gormley, sculptures from “Domains”, “Bodies in Space" and "Apart" at his studio, 2003

gallowhill:

Antony Gormley, sculptures from “Domains”, “Bodies in Space" and "Apart" at his studio, 2003

We stood there, looking at each other, saying nothing. But it was the kind of nothing that meant everything.

Jenny Han

douchamp:

Josef Albers — Structural Constellations, 1958.

douchamp:

Josef Albers — Structural Constellations, 1958.

Duane Michals - Carry Me Daddy, 1989 (top); My Father Could Walk in the Sky, 1989 (bottom)

Text in the photographs:

Carry Me Daddy, 1989

Carry me daddy, all the way home. 
I’ll lean on your shoulder, even after I’ve grown. 
And when me get there, tuck me in bed. 
I’ll still be your son, even after you’re dead. 
While I am dreaming, sing me a tune. 
A song of my birthright, the sun and the moon.

My Father Could Walk in the Sky, 1989

My father could walk in the sky.
He promised to teach me how.
But he left without saying goodbye.
I don’t cry.
I’m a grown up now.

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cavetocanvas:

Joseph Beuys, How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare, 1965
One of the artist’s most famous performances, Beuys covered his head first with honey, and then with fifty dollars worth of gold leaf. He cradles a dead hare in his arms, and strapped an iron plate to the bottom of his right shoe. Viewed from behind glass in the gallery, the audience could see Beuys walking from drawing to drawing, quietly whispering in the dead rabbit’s ear. As he walked around the room, the silence was pierced by intermittent sound of his footsteps; the loud crack of the iron on the floor, and the soundless whisper of the sole of shoe. (via)

cavetocanvas:

Joseph Beuys, How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare, 1965

One of the artist’s most famous performances, Beuys covered his head first with honey, and then with fifty dollars worth of gold leaf. He cradles a dead hare in his arms, and strapped an iron plate to the bottom of his right shoe. Viewed from behind glass in the gallery, the audience could see Beuys walking from drawing to drawing, quietly whispering in the dead rabbit’s ear. As he walked around the room, the silence was pierced by intermittent sound of his footsteps; the loud crack of the iron on the floor, and the soundless whisper of the sole of shoe. (via)

Kazuo Ohno photographed by Eikoh Hosoe, 1994-1996

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Sculptures by Reinoud Oudshoorn

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efedra:

56 Tree Poems, 1999 by Michael Snow

The arrowhead,
which I found beside the river,
was glittering and pointed.
I picked it up, and said,
“Now, it’s mine.”
I thought of showing it to friends.
I thought of putting it—such an imposing trinket—
in a little box, on my desk.
Halfway home, past the cut fields,
the old ghost
stood under the hickories.
“I would rather drink the wind,” he said,
“I would rather eat mud and die
than steal as you steal,
than lie as you lie.”

Mary Oliver, The Arrowhead

chadwys:

Corpsica 6 (2013, collage on paper)Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb/s6)

chadwys:

Corpsica 6 (2013, collage on paper)

Chad Wys (web/tumblr/fb/s6)