Illustration by Camille Josso for Paul Valéry’s Fragments du Narcisse
Via Au carrefour étrange

Illustration by Camille Josso for Paul Valéry’s Fragments du Narcisse

Via Au carrefour étrange




ateliertovar, iconophages:

Ana Mendieta, documentation of an untitled performance with flowers, ca. 1973 (Intermedia Studio, University of Iowa; detail). 35 mm black-and-white photo negative.

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Ana Mendieta, documentation of an untitled performance with flowers, ca. 1973 (Intermedia Studio, University of Iowa; detail). 35 mm black-and-white photo negative.




Marienerscheinungen in Kurhessen by Gunter Rambow, 1969




Shōtarō Akiyama 
(via gouldbookbinder)

Shōtarō Akiyama 

(via gouldbookbinder)




frenchtwist:

Renate by Günter Rössler, 1968Also
:
Renate by Günter Rössler, 1968

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Death in the Alley by Jaroslav Panuška, 1900

Death in the Alley by Jaroslav Panuška, 1900




Aneta Bartos for Zoo, Spring 2010
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Aneta Bartos for Zoo, Spring 2010

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les-sources-du-nil:

Man Ray
Untitled, circa 1927

les-sources-du-nil:

Man Ray

Untitled, circa 1927




From Garden of Sodom by Yasuhiro Yoshioka




regardintemporel:

Alberto Korda - Musa de Luz y Sombra, 1992

regardintemporel:

Alberto Korda - Musa de Luz y Sombra, 1992




Collage #143 by Karel Teige, 1940
Via calypsospots
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Collage #143 by Karel Teige, 1940

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grigiabot:

Hans Breder, Cuilapan

grigiabot:

Hans Breder, Cuilapan




From 15 photos for Henry Miller by Miroslav Stibor, 1968




gacougnol:

Vilem KrizUntitled (Mannequin) 1979

gacougnol:

Vilem Kriz
Untitled (Mannequin)
1979




From the series Greenhouse and Beyond by Linda Troeller
"I was getting to know myself and started bringing women subjects with antique clothes, objects and my camera to greenhouses. I wanted to work in this fecund, warm space where there was some protection and freshly tended growth. My personal fantasies seemed to spur on the other’s women’s unconscious sensibilities. They acted out archetypal situations, death wishes, phallic symbols, escape, and communion with nature. I gave one woman a cut off wedding dress at the waist. She responded by jumping up onto a plant shelf and lifted her naked leg and vagina over a giant prickly cactus."

From the series Greenhouse and Beyond by Linda Troeller

"I was getting to know myself and started bringing women subjects with antique clothes, objects and my camera to greenhouses. I wanted to work in this fecund, warm space where there was some protection and freshly tended growth. My personal fantasies seemed to spur on the other’s women’s unconscious sensibilities. They acted out archetypal situations, death wishes, phallic symbols, escape, and communion with nature. I gave one woman a cut off wedding dress at the waist. She responded by jumping up onto a plant shelf and lifted her naked leg and vagina over a giant prickly cactus."