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A life seen through portraits from a shooting gallery.

A life seen through portraits from a shooting gallery.

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Estonian swamp ladies!

Estonian swamp ladies!

Why haven’t I seen Viva Maria!?  The trailerstarts with Bardot manning a machine gun.  Plot details include: Irish terrorists, circus performers, accidentally inventing the striptease, socialists, organizing a revolution, tickle torture, a musical version of a revolution.
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Why haven’t I seen Viva Maria!The trailerstarts with Bardot manning a machine gun.  Plot details include: Irish terrorists, circus performers, accidentally inventing the striptease, socialists, organizing a revolution, tickle torture, a musical version of a revolution.

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The Pipilotti Rist show at the Luhring Augustine gallery sounds amazing. Peter Schjeldahl agrees.

The Pipilotti Rist show at the Luhring Augustine gallery sounds amazing. Peter Schjeldahl agrees.


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Since U Been Gone by Robyn
originally by Kelly Clarkson
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Wait. WHAT. Auto-Robyn reblog.

HOLY SHIT WHAT JUST HAPPENED.

Oh mah gah

 This is even better than the Kidz Bop version.

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Eleanor Antin’s “Portrait of the King” (1972). I like Inez van Lamsweerde’s playful cover of The Gentlewoman even more now that I understand the reference.  

Eleanor Antin’s “Portrait of the King” (1972). I like Inez van Lamsweerde’s playful cover of The Gentlewoman even more now that I understand the reference.  

The Gentlewoman: Beards!  Hot for Fall.

"On the cover, Inez van Lamsweerde wears a silk blouse with ruffle collar and black ribbon, and black wool trousers with a silk bow belt, both by Hannah McGibbon for Chloé."

And a beard.

The Gentlewoman: Beards!  Hot for Fall.

"On the cover, Inez van Lamsweerde wears a silk blouse with ruffle collar and black ribbon, and black wool trousers with a silk bow belt, both by Hannah McGibbon for Chloé."

And a beard.

Thelma Todd gets drunk with Buster Keaton in “Speak Easily” (1932). I want that dressing gown! Those sleeves!  

ABBA, performing Bang-a-Boomerang, 1975. I hope this is exactly what my fall looks like: wind, sweaters, scarves, strolls down city streets.  

3 years ago / 2 notes / ABBA, sweden,
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