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Joaquin Mir y Trinxet (Spain 1873-1940)Miravet (n.d.)oil on canvas 70 x 110.5 cm


Liza Feurtado
"Honey Girl"
Acrylic on canvas.

Gaston La Touche (1854-1913), Pardon in Brittany, 1896, French. Oil on canvas. 100.5 × 110.5 cm
Gaston La Touche was born at Saint Cloud, near Paris. As a boy he took drawing lessons, which were discontinued when his family moved to Normandy during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. This was the extent of his formal training in art. When he returned to Paris he opened a studio and spent many evenings at the Café de la Nouvelle-Athènes talking with other painters, such as Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas, who were willing to share their knowledge and experience with him. La Touche asked Manet to take him on as a student, but Manet declined, saying he had nothing to teach him other than to paint what he saw.. (excerpt from JAMA)

Naomi Campbell, Tyra Banks, Beverly Peele.

i’m so excited for halloween like it’s my favourite thing about fall tbh

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Match Point Mini 033, Stephanie Ho

Nicoletta Branco

Responding to the systematic rape and murder of thousands of women in brutal acts of ‘ethnic cleansing’ during the Bosnian War, Jenny Holzerproduced the powerful Lustmord during 1993 and 1994.
The project is complex and thought-provoking, not least because its texts, images and objects call to observers’ own bodies, insisting that they participate in the work rather than stand outside it. Lustmord thus redefines the conventional relationship between desire and the gaze, which locates the encounter between subject and object as a unidirectional function of lack. 

Anthony Cudahy -

Arthur Cohen, Bridges, 1981