Gerhard Richter's Atlas

communedesign:

Gerhard Richter’s Atlas is a collection of photographs, newspaper cuttings and sketches that the artist has been assembling since the mid 1960s. A few years in, Richter started to arrange the materials on loose sheets of paper. "In the beginning I tried to accommodate everything there that was…

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Can’t wait to head west with this gal!

Can’t wait to head west with this gal!

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"Every moment happens twice: inside and outside, and they are two different histories."
Zadie Smith, from White Teeth (via hiddenshores)

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seaofevenings:

p. 409. “Clipperton plays tennis with the Glock 17 held steadily to his left temple.”
Brickjest.

CLIPPERTON

seaofevenings:

p. 409. “Clipperton plays tennis with the Glock 17 held steadily to his left temple.”

Brickjest.

CLIPPERTON

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"It takes so much courage to love, doesn’t it? Maybe it’s always been difficult, but in this age and in this culture‚ capitalism doesn’t want love, it wants us to buy and eat a culture that spends its money on defense systems—where so many of our communities are lonely and false, shattered and dangerous, and children’s hearts broken very early. Remember when the Surgeon General said the most pressing medical problem in American culture was addiction? Is addiction thwarted love giving up the hope of human connection? The fierce, real, clear energy of actual love, intentional defenselessness, the “unromantic daily love” of changing a grown man’s diapers, or moving someone’s car on street cleaning day so she can sleep‚ this daily love keeps many of us alive. To act in this world, without irony or condescension … seems to me an act of great courage. The long journey from the head to the heart."

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Nude Club @ Downtown Books and News

nudeclubzine:

Hey Asheville! NUDE CLUB is now available at Downtown Books and News. Please go check us out!

Go get a NUDE CLUB

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Working on a project about my grandparents.
West Palm Beach, FL, late 70’s

Working on a project about my grandparents.

West Palm Beach, FL, late 70’s

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"

Bedeviled, human, your plight, in waking, is to choose from the words

that even now sleep on your tongue, and to know that tangled among them and terribly new is the sentence that could change your life.

"
— Marie Howe, The Meadow, via beingblog. (via annelibby)

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The Summer Ends

rabbit-light:

The summer ends, and it is time
To face another way. Our theme
Reversed, we harvest the last row
To store against the cold, undo
The garden that will be undone.
We grieve under the weakened sun
To see all earth’s green fountains dried,
And fallen all the works of light.
You do not speak, and I…

(Source: writersalmanac.publicradio.org)

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Grandma, West Palm Beach Florida

Grandma, West Palm Beach Florida

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Scans from Grandmas house.

Scans from Grandmas house.

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breesdiverseuniverse:

"Nowhere Near"
Yo La Tengo

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"If you are wondering how I am,
I am fine.
If you are wondering what I am doing,
I am missing you
in the aisles of the supermarket
where we decide which tea
is best and which salad
is best and
look it’s this one right here
because this salad
has rice in it
and we both will enjoy
eating that."
— Sarah Jean Alexander (via Hobart)

(Source: biglucks, via blog-illuminatigirlgang)

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rayjohnsonestate:

Today I mailed a banana to Bill deKooning.

rayjohnsonestate:

Today I mailed a banana to Bill deKooning.

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" And certainties are the things that most harden the human soul. Certainties trap our souls, they leave us without the desire to try different things, without access to newness. To make mistakes is to be free, to open the gamut of possibilities. When we give up certainties we liberate our being so that it may reinvent itself"

- Cao Guimarães

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