Through the Looking-Glass
Through the Looking-Glass
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Cath Hermans
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Alexandra Nimurad.
By coincidence or by pain.
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Gerhard Richter
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Fleurs Carnivore, Lyndie Dourthe
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emotioncaptured:

Sakura by Sayaka Maruyama
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bienenkiste:

Ph. Sayaka Maruyama
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orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
orientallyyours:

Hu Lie 胡力
From Photography in China: “In Backward-Backward, Hu Li (born in 1955) displays with monumentality characters that are wearing splendid costumes of traditional Chinese theatre and standing in atypical surroundings. These marvellous diptyches - composed of inhospitable landscapes - on the one hand celebrate one of the archetypes of ‘traditional China’; while on the other complain about the progressive erasure of this very heritage.”
Source: Photography of China 
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Martha Macha, E14s
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Wide Awake
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Projection photography by Davina Wilby.
 

Projection photography by Davina Wilby.
 

Projection photography by Davina Wilby.
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"If we wait until we’re ready, we’ll be waiting for the rest of our lives."
Lemony Snicket (via misspantaletas)
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Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”
 

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”
 

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”
 

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”
 

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”
 

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”
 

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)
“Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”