"These are the days after. Everything now is measured by after."

Don DeLillo, Falling Man (via likeafieldmouse)

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heathkillen:

Jose Vial Historical Archives

heathkillen:

Jose Vial Historical Archives

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sloppy:

It’s All About LoveSergey Neamoscou

sloppy:

It’s All About Love
Sergey Neamoscou

(Source: visionate)

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nevver:

Back to work

nevver:

Back to work

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nevver:

MY EUROPEAN TRIP: Photographs from the Car, Joel Meyerowitz

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likeafieldmouse:

Titus Kaphar - I Still Don’t Know How It Ended Like This, But It Began When One Of The Older Women Called Her Blackness Into Question (2007)

likeafieldmouse:

Titus Kaphar - I Still Don’t Know How It Ended Like This, But It Began When One Of The Older Women Called Her Blackness Into Question (2007)

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nevver:

Thanks

nevver:

Thanks

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Mino Ceretti - Figura Probabile (Self-portrait) (2006)

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Mino Ceretti - Figura Probabile (Self-portrait) (2006)

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Tatsuo Miyajima - Life (Bodies Without Organs) (2012)

"Miyajima, one of Japan’s foremost artists, has been producing conceptual pieces that are at heart technological: the numbers 1–9, twitching or flashing on interconnected LED counters, are the lexicon that he employs to speak on subjects as vast as time, holocaust and eternity.

‘0’ never appears in his work, for that number represents finality, or death, and his art – in accord with the key Buddhist tenets that are vital to it – is about life’s continuum of change.” 

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