regardintemporel:

Kansuke Yamamoto - Walk Melancholy , 1949
From Map of Labyrinth

regardintemporel:

Kansuke Yamamoto - Walk Melancholy , 1949

From Map of Labyrinth




From The Boudoir Bible by Betony Vernon




Circeo Blu I and II by Camille Vivier

From Veronesi Rose, 2012

These girls? Their curves sketch infinity; their hollows end in, wisps of flesh, dark at times; their eyes pierce the image when they reach you. Waxy bodies drawing the image towards a less synthetic century. Artificial?

Bodies are framed, embedded and enclosed in a photograph. Caught in between limited spaces: in the depths of a boulder, on a rocky edge, on the top of a shelf. Impossible to escape. Bodies and curios end their way here: still lives aiming at anthropomorphic shapes. In a haze of orange, green, yellow or blue—everything surfaces and evokes the colors of ancient masters.

Another fact: these images are noisy. Noise, a misguiding word that silences light, and nourishes black and white for a richer silver print. These selfish pictures, pose, freeze out of a storyline. But they take everything they can from the present: urban oddities, the wanderings of a contempary eye, and fragments of a no longer ostentatious luxury. These images, they steal everything: remnants of forgotten French films, some Garrel, some Rivette—but there is no Amour Fou, only an imposed distance. Are they found images?
They don’t care about their times, because they curl up—in the city, in wilderness, in a studio or in a forsaken interior. They become a new kind of daguerreotype. It takes us the past to progress.
Light as feathers, round as breasts, these images are voluptuous, straightforward, they swallow everything. A sentence by Henry Michaux fits them well: “In the warm mist of a young girl’s breath I found a place…”.

— Fabrice Paineau on Vivier’s work




frenchtwist:

No. 6 from Collage IX Series by Jorge de la Garza

frenchtwist:

No. 6 from Collage IX Series by Jorge de la Garza



yama-bato:

Gjon Mili
How To Sleep
With forearm tensed, model shows relaxed way of dropping hand
Location:New York, NY, US
Date taken:1943
link

yama-bato:

Gjon Mili

How To Sleep

With forearm tensed, model shows relaxed way of dropping hand

Location:New York, NY, US

Date taken:1943

link




thedoppelganger, efedra:

Juul Kraijer, 2013

thedoppelgangerefedra:

Juul Kraijer, 2013




Untitled by Jochen Lempert, 2009
(via sol-psych)

Untitled by Jochen Lempert, 2009

(via sol-psych)




dusdin, shewearsbluevelvet:

me by Dusdin Condren

dusdinshewearsbluevelvet:

me by Dusdin Condren




Lilia et mon ombre, Toscane by Philippe Pache, 2008

Lilia et mon ombre, Toscane by Philippe Pache, 2008




Erin Frost, 2013

Re/semblance, Kaleidoscope No 1
Re/semblance, Eye No 1
Re/semblance, Curtain No 2
Re/semblance, Sewn No 2
Re/semblance, Honey No 4
Re/semblance, Kaleidoscope No 2

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regardintemporel:

Arno Rafael Minkkinen

regardintemporel:

Arno Rafael Minkkinen




Lolo Schattenhand by Karin Székessy, 2010
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Lolo Schattenhand by Karin Székessy, 2010

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frenchtwist:

The Girlie Werewolf Project: Between the Wolf and the Dog by Jazmina Cininas, 2000-2004

1. Waving to Meret
2. Survival Hint No. 7 (Watch out for sympathetic wounds)
3. Survival Hint No. 5 (The tail gives away the secret)

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Juergen Teller for i-D Magazine, Romania, 1990

Juergen Teller for i-D Magazine, Romania, 1990




From the series In the Window by Hisako Sakurai

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