Monthly Archives: April 2012

Weekly Wrap-Up for April 27th, 2012

(Demonstration with Mme. Alberti’s flying contraption, via BPLBoston) the fates x slow dancing x hyperconscious x see all the people

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A Ghastly Education

(Louise Vernet, wife of the artist, on her deathbed) “Inspired intellect must endure all kinds of ghastly education.” -Paul Delaroche  ♥

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Weekly Wrap-Up for April 20th, 2012

(Paul Newman was an adonis.) out of the car x under the influence x communion x sit & be x shady  

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The Ultimate Beauty

(The Snow) “The most beautiful things I believe in this world is what is irreproducible, accidentally born, and disorder that cannot be understood by the theory. I believe the nature is the ultimate beauty in this world. The sunlight, soft breeze, … Continue reading

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Above The Blue-Black Fjord

I was walking along the road with two friends. The Sun was setting – The Sky turned a bloody red And I felt a whiff of Melancholy – I stood Still, deathly tired – over the blue-black Fjord and City … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for April 13th, 2012

(Bicycle Accident, Nicola Kuperus) wake up call x seven vermeer corners x defined by light x to see or not to see

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Interest in The Small Things

“Well Jack I was glad to learn how you felt about your summer’s work & your coming school year. The secret of success is concentrating interest in life, interest in sports and good times, interest in your studies, interest in … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for April 6th, 2012

(The Abduction of Psyche, Pierre Paul Prud’hon) intertwined intimacy x a thousand blended notes x passage x still light

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The Exquisite Corpse Will Drink The New Wine

(Nude, by Yves Tanguy, Joan Miró, Max Morise, and Man Ray) “Surrealist poets in 1920’s Paris created their own variation of 19th century parlor games in order to explore a central tenant of Surrealism, a belief in the power of the … Continue reading

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Awareness

(Untitled Film Still #58, Cindy Sherman) “Every time you have to come up with a new body of work for a new show, you’re aware that people are just ready to rip you apart, they’re just waiting for you to … Continue reading

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