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Cornelia Parker
Cold Dark Matter, An Exploded View. 1991, garden shed and contents, blown up for the artist by the British Army

Cornelia Parker

Cold Dark Matter, An Exploded View. 1991, garden shed and contents, blown up for the artist by the British Army

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Sam Taylor-Wood
Self-portrait in a Single-breasted Suit with Hare. 2001, C-type colour print

Sam Taylor-Wood

Self-portrait in a Single-breasted Suit with Hare. 2001, C-type colour print

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Anonymous said: What is normcore

railroadsoftware:

normcore is a dog wearing a sweater and you’re eating a cliff bar looking at it and you’re sitting in a lawn chair

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Wolfgang Tillmans
Chaos Cup, 1997. From If One Thing Matters Everything Matters, Installation Room 2 1995-1997, 2003. Photograph, chromogenic print, on paper.

Wolfgang Tillmans

Chaos Cup, 1997. From If One Thing Matters Everything Matters, Installation Room 2 1995-1997, 2003. Photograph, chromogenic print, on paper.

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I may have just finished writing about Ellen Page’s adorableness for my zine. 

I may have just finished writing about Ellen Page’s adorableness for my zine. 

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theartistsmanifesto:

Sexual ambiguity in Romaine Brooks’ Peter- The Young English Girl, 1923, oil on canvas. 

theartistsmanifesto:

Sexual ambiguity in Romaine Brooks’ Peter- The Young English Girl, 1923, oil on canvas. 

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Another poster that I just screenprinted, for a PICA/Cinema Project event.

Another poster that I just screenprinted, for a PICA/Cinema Project event.

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Bernhard and Hilla Becher
Coal Bunkers. 1974, photograph on board.

Bernhard and Hilla Becher

Coal Bunkers. 1974, photograph on board.

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"'One of those paintings that would not die'
its warring image
once conceived
would not leave
the leaded ground
no matter how many times
he hounded it
into oblivion
Painting over it did no good
It kept on coming through
the wood and canvas
and as it came it cried at him
a terrible bedtime song
wherein each bed a grave
mined with unearthly alarmclocks
hollered horribly
for lovers and sleepers"

Lawrence Ferlinghetti

From A Coney Island of the Mind