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Yvonne Kleinveld, Two Jugs, 1985

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Yvonne Kleinveld, Two Jugs, 1985

— 3 months ago with 113 notes
emitor:

I want them everywhere in my house.

emitor:

I want them everywhere in my house.

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— 5 months ago with 168 notes
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Yayoi Kusama in her New York studio in 1960.
Yayoi Kusama, a major retrospective of the Japanese artist’s work, will be on view at the Whitney July 12-September 30, 2012. Kusama’s “infinity mirror room” Fireflies on the Water is on view now in the Whitney’s lobby gallery.
Photograph via W Magazine, courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Victoria Miro Gallery, London/Gagosian Gallery, New York/Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.

whitneymuseum:

Yayoi Kusama in her New York studio in 1960.

Yayoi Kusama, a major retrospective of the Japanese artist’s work, will be on view at the Whitney July 12-September 30, 2012. Kusama’s “infinity mirror room” Fireflies on the Water is on view now in the Whitney’s lobby gallery.

Photograph via W Magazine, courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Victoria Miro Gallery, London/Gagosian Gallery, New York/Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.

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— 5 months ago with 15214 notes
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In honor of #readwomen2014 – an effort to equalize the gender imbalance in our collective reading habits – here are 14 fantastic, timeless reads by women:
Annie Dillard on presence over productivity
Joan Didion on self-respect
Susan Sontag on photography as aesthetic consumerism and a form of modern violence
Virginia Woolf on the creative benefits of keeping a diary
Helen Keller on optimism
Alexandra Horowitz on the blinders of attention
Anaïs Nin on why emotional excess is essential to creativity
Hannah Arendt on how bureaucracy fuels violence
Jennifer Finney Boylan on what it’s like to be a transgender parent
Anissa Ramirez on saving science education
Jeanette Winterson on adoption and how we use storytelling to save ourselves
Dani Shapiro on the pleasures and perils of the creative life
Virginia Woolf on how to read a book
Susan Sontag on literature and freedom


Artwork above by Joanna Walsh

explore-blog:

In honor of #readwomen2014 – an effort to equalize the gender imbalance in our collective reading habits – here are 14 fantastic, timeless reads by women:

Artwork above by Joanna Walsh

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— 6 months ago with 4369 notes

Cumulus Consonance Study 1 by Scott Naismith

Cumulus Consonance Study 1 by Scott Naismith

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— 6 months ago with 129421 notes
Didn’t notice the faded post-Katrina X code on the house we stayed at until we were about to leave. Search-and-rescue groups marked each building they entered with spray painted codes indicating who conducted the search, when it was searched, and the number of live or dead bodies found on the premises.

Didn’t notice the faded post-Katrina X code on the house we stayed at until we were about to leave. Search-and-rescue groups marked each building they entered with spray painted codes indicating who conducted the search, when it was searched, and the number of live or dead bodies found on the premises.

— 7 months ago with 1 note
at Lafayette Cemetery No. 1

at Lafayette Cemetery No. 1

— 7 months ago