19 5 / 2014

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19 5 / 2014

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19 5 / 2014

lavalover77:

Another all nighter.. I should sleep.

lavalover77:

Another all nighter.. I should sleep.

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19 5 / 2014

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19 5 / 2014

veernyc:

“I think both men and women have characteristics of masculinity and femininity. What good is a man with power if he lacks sensitivity. What is a woman if she has intuition but without emotional strength? At the core of it all, I intentionally want to point out that the idea of “masculine” or “feminine” dressing has been created by historical social expectations, not from innate human characteristics.” - Ashley Owens // Full interview on the journal // #WHEREIVEER

veernyc:

I think both men and women have characteristics of masculinity and femininity. What good is a man with power if he lacks sensitivity. What is a woman if she has intuition but without emotional strength? At the core of it all, I intentionally want to point out that the idea of “masculine” or “feminine” dressing has been created by historical social expectations, not from innate human characteristics.” - Ashley Owens // Full interview on the journal // #WHEREIVEER

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25 3 / 2014

nervousfingers:

Courtney McCullough
Photo by Jay Ahn, Los Angeles

nervousfingers:

Courtney McCullough

Photo by Jay Ahn, Los Angeles

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15 3 / 2014

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15 3 / 2014

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Hans Kanters  Surrealist Art

“People ought to be able to get more out of it than I put into it, otherwise I have been doing something wrong. It is not just about the meaning, it is the emotion, humour and irony, tenderness and  frustration, even rage that I am trying to convey.”
There is no way to describe Kanters’ work in a couple of sentences. What you can say is that the bizarre, fascinating paintings with their dozens of details depict life in all its facets  of emotion, behaviour and social customs. And at an amazingly skilled technical level. As an autodidact, for decades Kanters has been doing things his own way without paying the least bit of attention to trends or fashion, he simply is who he is. After his erotic period in the 1970s, surrealism has been dominant in his work since the 1980s and his palette has become more direct, the colours less dense. In addition to his graphic work such as  lithographs and etchings, ever since 1994 he has also been making bronze statues.

Hans Kanters was born in Amsterdam in 1947, and has been making paintings since 1967, lithographs since 1986 and sculptures since 1994. An autodidact, he has lived and worked in the Netherlands, southern Spain, Formentera, and southern France. Ever since 1993, Ibiza has been his home

http://www.hanskanters.com/index.html

http://surrealistisch.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/hans-kanters.html

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