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Albert Camus, Journaux de voyage

Albert Camus, Journaux de voyage

Saul Leiter, Canopy, ca. 1957
© Saul Leiter Courtesy: Saul Leiter, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Saul Leiter, Canopy, ca. 1957

© Saul Leiter Courtesy: Saul Leiter, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Art on pizza boxes, from NYC to around the globe.
(via)

Art on pizza boxes, from NYC to around the globe.

(via)

Glam! The Performance of Style

Tate Liverpool: Exhibition



8 February  – 12 May 2013
Glam! The Performance of Style
Tate Liverpool: Exhibition
8 February 12 May 2013

Untitled by Jerry N. Uelsmann, 1934
Uelsmann revived the technique of combination printing pioneered by such Victorian art photographers as Oscar Gustave Rejlander and Henry Peach Robinson in the early 1960s, when darkroom manipulation was denigrated by many proponents of straight photography as a flagrant violation of photographic purity. His pictures, which he creates in a darkroom equipped with seven enlargers, are filled with mind-bending paradoxes, oblique symbolism, and bizarre contrasts of scale.
part of Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, thru January 27, 2013

Untitled by Jerry N. Uelsmann, 1934

Uelsmann revived the technique of combination printing pioneered by such Victorian art photographers as Oscar Gustave Rejlander and Henry Peach Robinson in the early 1960s, when darkroom manipulation was denigrated by many proponents of straight photography as a flagrant violation of photographic purity. His pictures, which he creates in a darkroom equipped with seven enlargers, are filled with mind-bending paradoxes, oblique symbolism, and bizarre contrasts of scale.

part of Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, thru January 27, 2013

Here’s Looking At You, Kid

laphamsquarterly:

Wine comes in at the mouth

And love comes in at the eye; 

That’s all we shall know for truth

Before we grow old and die. I lift the glass to my mouth,

I look at you, and I sigh.

Albert Camus, Journaux de voyage

Albert Camus, Journaux de voyage

Saul Leiter, Canopy, ca. 1957
© Saul Leiter Courtesy: Saul Leiter, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Saul Leiter, Canopy, ca. 1957

© Saul Leiter Courtesy: Saul Leiter, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

I _ NY

I _ NY

Art on pizza boxes, from NYC to around the globe.
(via)

Art on pizza boxes, from NYC to around the globe.

(via)

Glam! The Performance of Style

Tate Liverpool: Exhibition



8 February  – 12 May 2013
Glam! The Performance of Style
Tate Liverpool: Exhibition
8 February 12 May 2013

tamburina:


Ellen von Unwerth

tamburina:

Ellen von Unwerth

Untitled by Jerry N. Uelsmann, 1934
Uelsmann revived the technique of combination printing pioneered by such Victorian art photographers as Oscar Gustave Rejlander and Henry Peach Robinson in the early 1960s, when darkroom manipulation was denigrated by many proponents of straight photography as a flagrant violation of photographic purity. His pictures, which he creates in a darkroom equipped with seven enlargers, are filled with mind-bending paradoxes, oblique symbolism, and bizarre contrasts of scale.
part of Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, thru January 27, 2013

Untitled by Jerry N. Uelsmann, 1934

Uelsmann revived the technique of combination printing pioneered by such Victorian art photographers as Oscar Gustave Rejlander and Henry Peach Robinson in the early 1960s, when darkroom manipulation was denigrated by many proponents of straight photography as a flagrant violation of photographic purity. His pictures, which he creates in a darkroom equipped with seven enlargers, are filled with mind-bending paradoxes, oblique symbolism, and bizarre contrasts of scale.

part of Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, thru January 27, 2013

Here’s Looking At You, Kid

laphamsquarterly:

Wine comes in at the mouth

And love comes in at the eye; 

That’s all we shall know for truth

Before we grow old and die. I lift the glass to my mouth,

I look at you, and I sigh.

hollyhocksandtulips:

L’Officiel, 1950

hollyhocksandtulips:

L’Officiel, 1950

(via retrogirly)

Here’s Looking At You, Kid

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heureux hasard -- "fortunate chance", a translation of serendipity in French

serendipity -- the effect by which one accidentally stumbles upon something fortunate, especially while looking for something entirely unrelated.