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Introduced as a brash manual for the novice drug dealer, Matthew Cooke’s documentary “How to Make Money Selling Drugs” is a condemnation of the war against drugs”. (The New York Times)

Discovering Agnes Martin

"If you live by perception, as all artists must, then you sometimes have to wait a long time for your mind to tell you the next step to take. … When you’re with other people, your mind isn’t your own."

"I don’t believe in influence. I think that in order to be an artist, you have to move. When you stop moving, then you’re no longer an artist. And if you move from somebody else’s position, you simply cannot know the next step. I think that everyone is on his own line. I think that after you’ve made one step, the next step reveals itself. I believe that you were born on this line. I don’t say that the actual footsteps were marked before you get to them, and I don’t say that change isn’t possible in your course. But I do believe we unfold out of ourselves, and we do what we are born to do sooner or later, anyway.”


Agnes Martin’s interview for John Gruen | ARTnews in 1976.

Stars by Agnes Martin (1963)

Stars by Agnes Martin (1963)

Fantastic work by Antoine Puisais.
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Untitled (The Greek 1) ,
2014,
acrylic, screen-printing, filler, spray paint on engraved panel,
97 x 130 cm

Fantastic work by Antoine Puisais.

antoinepuisais:

Untitled (The Greek 1) ,
2014,
acrylic, screen-printing, filler, spray paint on engraved panel,
97 x 130 cm

Paintings by Johnny Abrahams.

BOLIVIANAS
27 January 2010
Chulumani, Bolivia
A worker rests on a mound of coca leaves in central Bolivia, the president’s power base. President Morales stresses that the plant is intrinsic to local culture, not just the raw material for cocaine. Bolivia is home to some 36 indigenous groups, who, although a majority in the population, have suffered marginalization and discrimination since colonial times. The country’s president, Evo Morales, the first indigenous Bolivian to hold that office, is leader of the Movement towards Socialism party, whose long-held goal has been the integration of indigenous communities into national life. President Morales enjoys considerable popularity. In 2009, he was elected for a second term in office with 64 percent of the vote.
Photo by Pietro Paolini

BOLIVIANAS

27 January 2010

Chulumani, Bolivia

A worker rests on a mound of coca leaves in central Bolivia, the president’s power base. President Morales stresses that the plant is intrinsic to local culture, not just the raw material for cocaine. Bolivia is home to some 36 indigenous groups, who, although a majority in the population, have suffered marginalization and discrimination since colonial times. The country’s president, Evo Morales, the first indigenous Bolivian to hold that office, is leader of the Movement towards Socialism party, whose long-held goal has been the integration of indigenous communities into national life. President Morales enjoys considerable popularity. In 2009, he was elected for a second term in office with 64 percent of the vote.

Photo by Pietro Paolini

If everything in my material world is in order, I will be able to get through it. My inner world is related to my outer world. If my house is a wreck, I’m a wreck. If I am together, that’s together. That’s a kind of balance.
Tom Ford
I’m so getting this carpet!

I’m so getting this carpet!

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Breaking Bad

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Couple restores abandoned French Chateau, starts a blog

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Madonna - I’m Addicted (MDNA-2012)

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