Marina Abramovic - Impoderabilia (1977)

Justin James Reed20,000 Words (Don’t Die), 2010

Spring–Summer 1999, Olivier TheyskensOctober 1998, Paris

Paris Collection Individuals, 1998–––1999––– Nakako Hayashi, Little More

Servie Janssen, Performance at  Galeria BWA, Lublin, (1981)
 “We felt the unity of the most positive energy”

Aurore de La Morinerie
Favorite drawing of the day.









Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue (1928) by Piet Mondrian (born 7 March 1872; died 1 February, 1944); in the collection of the  Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany.
'Mondrian did not consider his paintings and their guiding principles merely to be articulations of a personal expression or style.  Rather, he saw them as neutral and “objective” and hence as available—indeed, “recommended”—to all practitioners in the visual arts.  He was one of the first avant-garde artists to speculate about the obsolescence of easel painting and, in this sense, he adduced a Hegelian linkage between artistic autonomy and the end of art.  The casualty within his theory is the value of “personal expression,” one that usually is positively associated with the avant-garde.  Although this notion of self-expression may be historically understood as the egalitarian offspring of the older, more elitist, notion of genius, it remains a mandate for the artist to follow his private vision and forge an individual style.  For the utopian ambitions of Mondrian, however, this “subjectivity” works against the “objective historical fact” of the discovery and articulation of artistic universals.  Personal expression, then, unless at the service of these universals, is viewed as decadent or arbitrary.’

—from Art and Concept: A Philosophical Study, by Lucian Krukowsky (1987)

Tim Burton: "He was so desperately in love with Winona, that when they broke up, he wouldn’t admit it was over for the longest time."

I watched you sleeping quietly in my bed You don’t know this now but there’s some things that need to be said And it’s all that I can hear, It’s more than I can bare
What if I fall and hurt myself? Would you know how to fix me
What if I went and lost myself? Would you know where to find me
If I forgot who I am, Would you please remind me, oh?
Cause without you things go hazy

blushingcheekymonkey: jeffrey steele - homage to frank kupka (1960)

Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2012

Robert Mapplethorpe

by Negativ Nein.

shes got more game than me

Robert Mapplethorpe