Everywhere is a long walk from here. Photo: Anna Gawlak

people, nature

PHILADELPHIA — What’s the best way to engage a person in caring for someone different from him/herself? Is it better to take the wide approach and hope that something sticks, or to find a single, common experience and extrapolate from there? Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements is a two-city (Philly and Chicago), multiformat curatorial platform that takes up these questions, combining historical research, contemporary art, and community organizing. Building...

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etteette: So happy to announce that Gang Bang Bong issue 3 is now available online !!!  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We had the most excellent launch at the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival late last year and I’m glad to say we still have a few left to ship worldwide! This third issue is a much smaller edition than our past ones. We have only printed 150 of this special comic anthology and there is only a little over 50 copies left !!!  Each issue contains an amazing anim...

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April 7, 2012 JONAS GERARD
May 20, 2015 Sacha Vega

Martha Rosler joins director Adam D. Weinberg for the annual Walter Annenberg lecture on December 13. Rosler works in video, photography, text, installation, and performance. Her practice focuses on the public sphere, exploring issues related to everyday life, the media, architecture and the built environment, and war and the national security climate. Tickets at whitney.org.  [Martha Rosler (b. 1943), First Lady (Pat Nixon), 1969–72 (printed 1990) from the series House Beautiful: Bringing the W...

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#martha_rosler, #human_interest, #human_interest_portraits_from_the_whitneys_collection, #annenberg_lecture, #video, #photography, #american_art, #text, #installation

January 6, 2017

life: This iconic image ran in the November 1, 1968 issue of LIFE magazine in an article about winners in the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City. The headline and caption read: “A stubborn protest jars the Games—Amid Gold Medals, Raised Black Fists—Black gloves and bowed heads of Tommie Smith and John Carlos ignited controversy.” (John Dominis—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #Olympics #LIFElegends #TBT

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July 23, 2013 Kristie Muller
May 5, 2012 FRED BORCHERDT
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August 2, 2013 Hans Memling
June 22, 2013 YOGISHA

PHOTO: Joseph Eid—AFP/Getty ImagesSee the Ancient Syrian City of Palmyra That Was Just Captured by ISISThe Syrian town of Palmyra is home to Roman ruins, which experts fear ISIS could destroy

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#isis, #syria, #palmyra, #roman_ruins, #cultural_destruction

thug-sensitive:lagos | beautiful fearless Joseph photographed by @nadineijewere styled by me for @stellamccartney Casting @dafeoboro, assisted by @stephen.tayo

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desimonewayland: Hand Shaped Pendant, Olmec, 1500/0300 - Blue-green translucent jade The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

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October 20, 2012 Alan Hunter

red-lipstick: Maike Freess (1965, Leipzig, Germany) - Methods Of Alignment 2, 2012    Mixed Media: Crayons, Ink, Paper Cut-Outs on Black Paper

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July 21, 2013 Scott McFadyen
January 10, 2015 by jennileem
October 12, 2017 Tamotsu Teshima
May 7, 2016 Father time.
August 30, 2013 Rasmus Ohlson

Michael Anastassiades(via Michael Anastassiades: Floating Forest Series — Thisispaper — What we save, saves us.)

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January 16, 2012 Bryan Schutmaat
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November 6, 2011 LOUIS RISOLI
February 12, 2015 by bobbyscheidemann
October 1, 2012 Tracey Emin