Untitled (Couple with cats) by Duane Michals
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Untitled (Couple with cats) by Duane Michals

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mapetitemelancolie, les-sources-du-nil:

Duane Michals
For Harper’s Bazaar, September 1963

mapetitemelancolieles-sources-du-nil:

Duane Michals

For Harper’s Bazaar, September 1963




La femme à peur de la porte (The Woman is Frightened by the Door) by Duane Michals, 1966

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regardintemporel:

Duane Michals - Sans Titre, 1989

regardintemporel:

Duane Michals - Sans Titre, 1989




Man Undressing by Duane Michals, 1990
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Man Undressing by Duane Michals, 1990

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Take One and See Mt. Fujiyama by Duane Michals, 1976
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Take One and See Mt. Fujiyama by Duane Michals, 1976

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kirgiakos:



firsttimeuser: elinka:



René Magritte by Duane Michals, 1965

kirgiakos:

firsttimeuserelinka:

René Magritte by Duane Michals, 1965




The Pleasures of the Glove by Duane Michals, 1974
More from the same series here

The enigmatic encounter of ‘The pleasures of the glove’ follows the lead character as he fantasises about a pair of gloves on the hands of a mannequin in a shopfront window. The perverse pleasure of desiring the gloves but not acquiring them leads him on a surreal adventure of first imagining his own glove as a queer furry tunnel that swallows his hand to the fantasy of stroking the naked body of a woman he sees on the bus with her own glove. The text adds to the uncanny narrative of the tale in which the glove, as a fetish item, recalls André Breton’s bronze glove in ‘Nadja’ which, like the stiletto, posits woman as sexualised.

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The Pleasures of the Glove by Duane Michals, 1974

More from the same series here

The enigmatic encounter of ‘The pleasures of the glove’ follows the lead character as he fantasises about a pair of gloves on the hands of a mannequin in a shopfront window. The perverse pleasure of desiring the gloves but not acquiring them leads him on a surreal adventure of first imagining his own glove as a queer furry tunnel that swallows his hand to the fantasy of stroking the naked body of a woman he sees on the bus with her own glove. The text adds to the uncanny narrative of the tale in which the glove, as a fetish item, recalls André Breton’s bronze glove in ‘Nadja’ which, like the stiletto, posits woman as sexualised.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Duane Michals for Avenue June/July 1980
Clothes by Ralph Luren, Issey Miyake, Ted Lapidus and Giorgio Armani
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A Midsummer Night’s DreamDuane Michals for Avenue June/July 1980

Clothes by Ralph Luren, Issey Miyake, Ted Lapidus and Giorgio Armani

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Three Views of Truffaut by Duane Michals, 1981
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Three Views of Truffaut by Duane Michals, 1981

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frenchtwist:

For Balthus by Duane Michals, 1969

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A Woman Dreaming in the City by Duane Michals, 1968
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A Woman Dreaming in the City by Duane Michals, 1968

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Dennis Hopper & Cat by Duane Michals

Dennis Hopper & Cat by Duane Michals




frenchtwist:

The Pleasures of the Glove by Duane Michals, 1974

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svellelguindilla:

Duane Michals, Things are queer, 1973