Artemis and Aether

Ocean Rain
Ryan McGinley; 2011
Dec 9

Ocean Rain

Ryan McGinley; 2011

Dylan
Ryan McGinley; 2010
Dec 9

Dylan

Ryan McGinley; 2010

Ginny Grayson - Untitled (2011) - Ink and gesso on paper
Dec 2

Ginny Grayson - Untitled (2011) - Ink and gesso on paper

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

(21-2013)
Harding Meyer; 2012
Nov 21

(21-2013)

Harding Meyer; 2012

(via hardingmeyer)

Untitled (Hot Springs)
Ryan McGinley; 2005
Sep 22

Untitled (Hot Springs)

Ryan McGinley; 2005

Untitled (Nudes, Van, Horse)
Ryan McGinley; 2005
Sep 22

Untitled (Nudes, Van, Horse)

Ryan McGinley; 2005

Untitled (Spitting Apples)
Ryan McGinley; 2005
Sep 22

Untitled (Spitting Apples)

Ryan McGinley; 2005

OWLS
Rona Yefman; 1998
Sep 22

OWLS

Rona Yefman; 1998

Sighting Noon
Justin Kirchoff; 2009
Sep 22

Sighting Noon


Justin Kirchoff; 2009

Peacock and Cobra
James Prosek; 2013
Sep 22

Peacock and Cobra

James Prosek; 2013

"You may charge me with murder—or want of sense— (We are all of us weak at times): But the slightest approach to a false pretense Was never among my crimes!"

- Lewis Carroll; excerpt from The Hunting of the Snark

(Source: delacouronne)

Jun 24

"This is a Paragraph The story continues after this. It’s not the end. The paragraph stops suddenly, and from its vantage point, there is a deep valley and emptiness beyond. Questions are asked, but not answered. Darkness. Naturally, the characters are scared. They don’t know what’s beyond this or if they’ll survive. This is a part of the story, of course, but the characters don’t understand this. All they know is the paragraph, which is the now. They forgot that before this one, there were other paragraphs where they breached the gap and arrived safely on the other side. From the point of view of the character, every sudden stop or failure in every story feels like it could be the end. But it’s a story, so of course it feels that way. Without the unexpected, it would be boring. But there is only one ending in a story. Very likely, this is not it. It’s probably just a paragraph– and all you need is a new vantage point."

- Julien Smith

(Source: delacouronne)

Jun 18
Women’s House (Sunglasses), Veronica

Sanja Ivekovic; 2004
Jun 17

Women’s House (Sunglasses), Veronica

Sanja Ivekovic; 2004

Women’s House (Sunglasses), Mercedes

Sanja Ivekovic; 2004
Jun 17

Women’s House (Sunglasses), Mercedes

Sanja Ivekovic; 2004

What Is Memory?
Duane Michals; 1944
Jun 3

What Is Memory?

Duane Michals; 1944