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Kiki Smith, photo by Lina Bertucci


Kiki Smith, photo by Lina Bertucci

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aubreylstallard:

Louise Bourgeois, Oedipus, 2003

aubreylstallard:

Louise Bourgeois, Oedipus, 2003

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theatlantic:

The Next Pussy Riot

If the Kremlin actually follows through with prosecuting Pyotr Pavlensky, then hold onto your hats—it promises to be one hell of a show. 
Pavlensky, of course, is the 29-year-old St. Petersburg artist who seized Russia’s attention on November 10 when he stripped naked on Red Square and nailed his scrotum to the cobblestones—an act of protest on the Police Day holiday against what he called a creeping police state. He dubbed the act “Nail.”
"I used a metaphor," Pavlensky told DozhdTV after being released from police custody the next day. “It was a metaphor for the political indifference that threatens to become irreversible.” 
Prosecutors have opened up a criminal case against Pavlensky for “hooliganism motivated by political, ideological, racial, ethnic, or religious hatred” and he has been summoned for an interrogation on November 21. He could face as many as seven years in prison. 
As Kevin Rothrock, editor of Global Voices’ RuNet Echo project, notes in a recent post, his case is based on the exact same article of the criminal code used to prosecute Pussy Riot members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina, and Yekaterina Samutsevich for their anti-Kremlin protest in Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral. 
Read more. [Image: Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters]

theatlantic:

The Next Pussy Riot

If the Kremlin actually follows through with prosecuting Pyotr Pavlensky, then hold onto your hats—it promises to be one hell of a show. 

Pavlensky, of course, is the 29-year-old St. Petersburg artist who seized Russia’s attention on November 10 when he stripped naked on Red Square and nailed his scrotum to the cobblestones—an act of protest on the Police Day holiday against what he called a creeping police state. He dubbed the act “Nail.”

"I used a metaphor," Pavlensky told DozhdTV after being released from police custody the next day. “It was a metaphor for the political indifference that threatens to become irreversible.” 

Prosecutors have opened up a criminal case against Pavlensky for “hooliganism motivated by political, ideological, racial, ethnic, or religious hatred” and he has been summoned for an interrogation on November 21. He could face as many as seven years in prison. 

As Kevin Rothrock, editor of Global Voices’ RuNet Echo project, notes in a recent post, his case is based on the exact same article of the criminal code used to prosecute Pussy Riot members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina, and Yekaterina Samutsevich for their anti-Kremlin protest in Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral.

Read more. [Image: Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters]

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fohk:

"Personality, I mean that’s what counts, right? That’s what keeps a relationship going through the years. Like heroin, I mean heroin’s got a great fucking personality"
Trainspotting (1996)Danny Boyle

fohk:

"Personality, I mean that’s what counts, right? That’s what keeps a relationship going through the years. Like heroin, I mean heroin’s got a great fucking personality"

Trainspotting (1996)
Danny Boyle

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Pablo Picasso. Dans L’Atelier I, 1963

Pablo Picasso. Dans L’Atelier I, 1963

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headunderwater:

Connan Mockasin - Forever Dolphin Love

Prior to reading this, I had no idea who Connan Mockasin was, now I’m hooked. I understand stand why it’s Marissa's #1 album. You'll want to take the full journey. Around 3:45 and on is my favorite, mainly for the bass part.

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pubertad:

Egon Schiele, Crouching Woman with Green Headscarf, 1914

pubertad:

Egon Schiele, Crouching Woman with Green Headscarf, 1914

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"It’s about moments in life that are great but don’t last. They don’t go on, but you always have the memory and they have an effect on you. That’s what I was thinking about."
Sofia Coppola on Lost In Translation (via funeral)

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astralsilence:

Patti Smith live in Copenhagen, Denmark on May  of 1976. Photo by Jorgen Angel.

astralsilence:

Patti Smith live in Copenhagen, Denmark on May  of 1976. Photo by Jorgen Angel.

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lehroi:

Vasantha Yogananthan
La Traversée, 2012.

lehroi:

Vasantha Yogananthan

La Traversée, 2012.

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