vivipiuomeno:

zoom117, 1985 - Dominique Auerbacher ph

vivipiuomeno:

zoom117, 1985 - Dominique Auerbacher ph

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artemisdreaming:

Above: Adam and Eve, 1917–18 detail, Gustav Klimt

.

Ode to Clothes

.

Every morning you wait,

clothes, over a chair,

to fill yourself with

my vanity, my love,

my hope, my body.

Barely

risen from sleep,

I relinquish the water,

enter your sleeves,

my legs look for

the hollows of your legs,

and so embraced

by your indefatigable faithfulness

I rise, to tread the grass,

enter poetry,

consider through the windows,

the things,

the men, the women,

the deeds and the fights

go on forming me,

go on making me face things

working my hands,

opening my eyes,

using my mouth,

and so,

clothes,

I too go forming you,

extending your elbows,

snapping your threads,

and so your life expands

in the image of my life.

In the wind

you billow and snap

as if you were my soul,

at bad times

you cling

to my bones,

vacant, for the night,

darkness, sleep

populate with their phantoms

your wings and mine.

I wonder

if one day

a bullet

from the enemy

will leave you stained with my blood

and then

you will die with me

or one day

not quite

so dramatic

but simple,

you will fall ill,

clothes,

with me,

grow old

with me, with my body

and joined

we will enter

the earth.

Because of this

each day

I greet you

with reverence and then

you embrace me and I forget you,

because we are one

and we will go on

facing the wind, in the night,

the streets or the fight,

a single body,

one day, one day, some day, still

.

Pablo Neruda

Good morning J. 

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bodhisattva-belladonna:

River Phoenix (23/08/1970 - 31/10/1993)

haizuhl:

Indie // boho 🌴🌴
slutevrrr:

"Bodyscapes"Jean-Paul Bourdier

slutevrrr:

"Bodyscapes"
Jean-Paul Bourdier

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pizzzatime:

artnet: Celebrating Yayoi Kusama - "My art originates from hallucinations only I can see. I translate the hallucinations and obsessional images that plague me into sculptures and paintings." - Yayoi Kusama - A famously provocative avant-garde artist, Yayoi Kusama is best known for her works featuring psychedelic imagery that evoke themes of psychology, feminism, obsession, sex, and intense self-reflection. - After representing Japan at the Venice Biennale in 1993, Kusama’s work received newly heightened recognition from the international art world and in 2008, Kusama became the best-selling living female artist, with works breaking record prices at auction. - Today marks her 85th Birthday

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schoelzelh:

March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
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March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
schoelzelh:

March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
schoelzelh:

March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
schoelzelh:

March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
schoelzelh:

March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination

schoelzelh:

March 21, International Day Of Elimination Of Racial Discrimination

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mrxdupontneuf:

© nobuyoshi araki (b.1940-) // tokyo nouvelle, 1995 (via siriah)


lightnessandbeauty:

June 53 © Andre de Dienes
vvaterblogged:

Femme II (Nadia au menton) - Henri Matisse

vvaterblogged:

Femme II (Nadia au menton) - Henri Matisse

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