¿Y Las Meninas Qué Hacen? is a collaborative plattform for art, criticism and propaganda

whitneymuseum:

A look at the third floor of the 2014 Biennial, curated by Stuart Comer.

On the move…

artnet:

Alvar Aalto Beehive Pendant Lamp is a Scandinavian Design Classic. Aalto (1898-1976) was one of the greatest names in modern architecture and Scandinavian design and a pivotal figure in the international modernist movement. From light fixtures and furniture to modern architecture, his design was minimal yet sophisticated while offering a timeless quality. The brilliant Beehive pendant lamp is a flawless modernist design icon.
An elegant classic that would be an excellent addition for any design-lover’s home, this ceiling lamp is coming up at auction at Bukowskis Helsinki. 

Great design. Love it.

artnet:

Alvar Aalto Beehive Pendant Lamp is a Scandinavian Design Classic. Aalto (1898-1976) was one of the greatest names in modern architecture and Scandinavian design and a pivotal figure in the international modernist movement. From light fixtures and furniture to modern architecture, his design was minimal yet sophisticated while offering a timeless quality. The brilliant Beehive pendant lamp is a flawless modernist design icon.

An elegant classic that would be an excellent addition for any design-lover’s home, this ceiling lamp is coming up at auction at Bukowskis Helsinki

Great design. Love it.

juergenteller:

POP Magazine spring/summer 2014 cover.

Pussy Riot seen by Jurgen Teller

juergenteller:

POP Magazine spring/summer 2014 cover.

Pussy Riot seen by Jurgen Teller

flashofgod:

Ed van der Elsken, Amsterdam, 1956.

A wonderful photographer.

flashofgod:

Ed van der Elsken, Amsterdam, 1956.

A wonderful photographer.

secondworldwarineurope:

A starving child lying in the streets of the Warsaw Ghetto.  Photograph taken by Heinz Joest, a Wehrmacht sergeant on September 19, 1941, the photographer’s 43rd birthday, which he spent taking photographs in the ghetto.  This activity was generally forbidden.  (source)

Nationalism is a terrible disease :(

secondworldwarineurope:

A starving child lying in the streets of the Warsaw Ghetto.  Photograph taken by Heinz Joest, a Wehrmacht sergeant on September 19, 1941, the photographer’s 43rd birthday, which he spent taking photographs in the ghetto.  This activity was generally forbidden.  (source)

Nationalism is a terrible disease :(

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a-day-in-the-life-of-johnny:

Child receiving a new pair of shoes, during World War II

No so far way…

a-day-in-the-life-of-johnny:

Child receiving a new pair of shoes, during World War II

No so far way…

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heleiss:

Photographs from Building Images by Isabelle Wenzel 

http://www.isabelle-wenzel.com/

heleiss:

Photographs from Building Images by Isabelle Wenzel 

http://www.isabelle-wenzel.com/

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try2try:

The world looked so beautiful after PINA . thank you Wim Wender 

http://www.pina-film.de/en/

"The"Bind"series expresses my inner-self:a grown-up who has left the world introduced by her parents and other adults. Acquiring my own thinking and being,"Bind"shows a woman who has to deal with her female sexuality. In this work series, I bound myself with pigskin, which had been soaked in my blood as a symbol of womanhood."

Bind, 2001, RYOKO SUZUKI
Materials : chromogenic print

Compulsion , Alex Prager
2012

Compulsion , Alex Prager

2012

oracionessucias:

Sanne Sannes
The often-nude women he photographed seem to be caught in intimate situations and moods, varying from ecstatic to flagrantly orgasmic. The photos suggest heavy necking and petting sessions The intimacy of the photos is enhanced by the use of soft-focus and underexposure, often stemming from Sannes’ habit of using a hand-held camera and existing light. Sannes also seems to be extremely close to the women. An entire body is seldom seen; only body parts are visible rising up from the darkness of the background

oracionessucias:

Sanne Sannes

The often-nude women he photographed seem to be caught in intimate situations and moods, varying from ecstatic to flagrantly orgasmic. The photos suggest heavy necking and petting sessions The intimacy of the photos is enhanced by the use of soft-focus and underexposure, often stemming from Sannes’ habit of using a hand-held camera and existing light. Sannes also seems to be extremely close to the women. An entire body is seldom seen; only body parts are visible rising up from the darkness of the background

birikforever:

Sanne Sannes - Lovers, c. 1963

zanthi:

“You have the freedom to be yourself, your true self, here and now, and nothing can stand in your way” ― Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

Photography by Lissy Elle.