phenomenxl:

Untitled | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

phenomenxl:

Untitled | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

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flyartproductions:

Boy with a juicy basket of fruit
Boy with a basket of fruit (c. 1593), Caravaggio / Juicy, The Notorious B.I.G.

flyartproductions:

Boy with a juicy basket of fruit

Boy with a basket of fruit (c. 1593), Caravaggio / Juicy, The Notorious B.I.G.

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memexicanisimos:

Mariachis inventaros los pantalones ajustados.
Shinitoz http://ift.tt/1x3g3dW

memexicanisimos:

Mariachis inventaros los pantalones ajustados.
Shinitoz http://ift.tt/1x3g3dW

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nycartscene:

thru Sept 7:“Object Matter” Robert HeineckenThe Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 St., NYCThis is the first retrospective of the work of Robert Heinecken since his death in 2006, gathering over 150 works from throughout the artist’s remarkable career, many of them never seen before in New York—including the largest display to date of his altered magazines, which were the backbone of his art. Heinecken described himself as a “para-photographer” because his work stood “beside” or “beyond” traditional notions of the medium. He extended photographic processes and materials into lithography, collage, photo-based painting and sculpture, and installation. Drawing on the countless pictures in magazines, books, pornography, television, and even consumer items such as TV dinners, Heinecken used found images to explore the manufacture of daily life by mass media and the relationship between the original and the copy, both in art and in our culture at large. Thriving on contradictions, friction, and disparity, his examination of American attitudes toward gender, sex, and violence was often humorous and always provocative. 

nycartscene:

thru Sept 7:

Object Matter
 Robert Heinecken

The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 St., NYC

This is the first retrospective of the work of Robert Heinecken since his death in 2006, gathering over 150 works from throughout the artist’s remarkable career, many of them never seen before in New York—including the largest display to date of his altered magazines, which were the backbone of his art. Heinecken described himself as a “para-photographer” because his work stood “beside” or “beyond” traditional notions of the medium. He extended photographic processes and materials into lithography, collage, photo-based painting and sculpture, and installation. Drawing on the countless pictures in magazines, books, pornography, television, and even consumer items such as TV dinners, Heinecken used found images to explore the manufacture of daily life by mass media and the relationship between the original and the copy, both in art and in our culture at large. Thriving on contradictions, friction, and disparity, his examination of American attitudes toward gender, sex, and violence was often humorous and always provocative. 

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lordemusic:

also how have i had this tumblr since literally 2011 and not had a better theme someone needs to get me out of this hole with a very simple solution aSAP

Oh Lorde! 👑☺️

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lordemusic:

mortten:

lettuce umbrella


shit thought this was lettuce for so long just now ella go to bed

lordemusic:

mortten:

lettuce umbrella

shit thought this was lettuce for so long just now ella go to bed

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Bette Davis in Madame Sin (1972)

Bette Davis in Madame Sin (1972)

The Doors - The Unknown Soldier - Music Film (February, 1968)

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