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21st February 2014

arpeggia:

Ikko Narahara - Hibiya, from the series “Tokyo in the ’50s”, 1959 | More

arpeggia:

Ikko Narahara - Hibiya, from the series “Tokyo in the ’50s”, 1959 | More

19th February 2014

Shomei Tomatsu, Card Game, Zushi, Kanagawa, 1964 (via hotparade)

Shomei Tomatsu, Card Game, Zushi, Kanagawa, 1964 
(via hotparade)

veryraresecrete:

Julia Holter, “Maxim’s I” from Loud City Song (Domino, 2013)

18th February 2014

"La guerra, la vera guerra, dice Klaus, è questa: non l’odio che getta le persone l’una contro l’altra, ma soltanto la distanza che separa le persone che si amano."

Pier Vittorio Tondelli, “Ragazzi a Natale” da L’Abbandono. Racconti degli anni Ottanta, 1993

"Some people don’t even realize they’re bitter. If you don’t know whether you are or not, here’s a quick quiz you can give yourself. If you ever wake up in the morning and the first thing you say is “Oh fuck, not again,” you might be a little bitter."

Mark Maron, Attempting Normal, 2013

Eikoh Hosoe

Eikoh Hosoe

14th February 2014

Richard Mosse: The Enclave at Venice Art Biennale 2013

Throughout 2012, Richard Mosse and his collaborators Trevor Tweeten and Ben Frost travelled in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, infiltrating armed rebel groups in a war zone plagued by frequent ambushes, massacres and systematic sexual violence. The resulting installation, The Enclave, is the culmination of Mosse’s attempt to rethink war photography. It is a search for more adequate strategies to represent a forgotten African tragedy in which, according to the international rescue committee, at least 5.4 million people have died of war-related causes in Eastern Congo since 1998. 

(Source: designboom.com)

8th February 2014

America in colour, 1939-1943
Vintage colour photographs really must be my favourite thing.

7th February 2014

Richard Sandler, The shadow men, 1989Rush hour at the Main Concourse of Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan

Richard Sandler, The shadow men, 1989
Rush hour at the Main Concourse of Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan

Lou Reed, from Rimes/Rhymes, 2012

Lou Reed, from Rimes/Rhymes, 2012

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