fmtownsmarty:

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ianrlewandowski:

MILE HIGH CLUB now available here !

angela and i will also be having a launch for the zine at call box lounge in brooklyn this thursday the 23rd! details on that here

ianlewandowski.com/milehigh.php

!

enginkid88modern:

CHARLES BURCHFIELD (1893-1967) - GLOWERING TREES AT TWILIGHT

enginkid88modern:

CHARLES BURCHFIELD (1893-1967) - GLOWERING TREES AT TWILIGHT

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enginkid88modern:

CHARLES BURCHFIELD (1893-1967) - THE SONG OF THE KATYDIDS ON AN AUGUST MORNING

enginkid88modern:

CHARLES BURCHFIELD (1893-1967) - THE SONG OF THE KATYDIDS ON AN AUGUST MORNING

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alongtimealone:

edouard vuillard

alongtimealone:

edouard vuillard

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contemporary-art-blog:

John Currin, Odalisque

contemporary-art-blog:

John Currin, Odalisque

199714424:

At the end of his life Pasolini mourned the fact that “the progressive struggle for democratization of expression and for sexual liberation has been brutally suspended and canceled out by the decision of consumerist power to grant a tolerance as vast as it is false.” In his observation of the postmodern scene Pasolini’s comment recalls Marcuse and the early admonition of Dialectic of Enlightenment that “the triumph of advertising in the culture industry is that consumers feel compelled to buy and use its products even though they see through them.” Indeed, the scapegoating of the Other and the attendant false consciousness leaning finally toward despair, abrogation of the political, and self-annihilation occurs with the “inoculation” by dominant culture through capital admitting the critical faculties of the current audience, by revealing the worthlessness of its artifacts, by admitting numerous small acts of evil that the larger evil may remain unexamined.
—Christopher Sharrett, The Horror Film in Neoconservative Culture

199714424:

At the end of his life Pasolini mourned the fact that “the progressive struggle for democratization of expression and for sexual liberation has been brutally suspended and canceled out by the decision of consumerist power to grant a tolerance as vast as it is false.” In his observation of the postmodern scene Pasolini’s comment recalls Marcuse and the early admonition of Dialectic of Enlightenment that “the triumph of advertising in the culture industry is that consumers feel compelled to buy and use its products even though they see through them.” Indeed, the scapegoating of the Other and the attendant false consciousness leaning finally toward despair, abrogation of the political, and self-annihilation occurs with the “inoculation” by dominant culture through capital admitting the critical faculties of the current audience, by revealing the worthlessness of its artifacts, by admitting numerous small acts of evil that the larger evil may remain unexamined.

—Christopher Sharrett, The Horror Film in Neoconservative Culture

a147g:

Wilhelm Lehmbruck

a147g:

Wilhelm Lehmbruck

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ericwiley:

alongtimealone:

olivier roualt

dang

ericwiley:

alongtimealone:

olivier roualt

dang

cathygjohn:

Le Luxe and Le Luxe II, Matisse

cathygjohn:

Le Luxe and Le Luxe II, Matisse

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