Adolf Böhm

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jean arp

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“What are the steps to being beautiful?”

What are the steps to being beautiful?”

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Bill Brandt

British, born Germany, 1904-1983
Bombed Regency Staircase, Upper Brook Street, Mayfair, c. 1942
Gelatin silver print 9 x 7⅝ in. (22.8 x 19.4 cm)
Museum of Modern Art New York, New York, USA
© 2014 Estate of Bill Brandt

Bill Brandt

British, born Germany, 1904-1983

Bombed Regency Staircase, Upper Brook Street, Mayfair, c. 1942

Gelatin silver print
9 x 7⅝ in. (22.8 x 19.4 cm)

Museum of Modern Art
New York, New York, USA

© 2014 Estate of Bill Brandt

(via art-history)

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you

you

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midnight

midnight

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saint laurent

saint laurent

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//right here

//right here

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Silla de varilla de hierro aire Tejido de mimbre por Clara Porset. Exhiben en la ciudad de Nueva York en el Museo de Arte Moderno para el Concurso Internacional de Diseño de muebles de bajo coste. 1950
Foto. Lola Álvarez Bravo
Iron and woven wicker chair by Clara Porset.  This chair was exhibition at the Museum of Modern art in New York City for the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design. 1950

Silla de varilla de hierro aire Tejido de mimbre por Clara Porset. Exhiben en la ciudad de Nueva York en el Museo de Arte Moderno para el Concurso Internacional de Diseño de muebles de bajo coste. 1950

Foto. Lola Álvarez Bravo

Iron and woven wicker chair by Clara Porset.  This chair was exhibition at the Museum of Modern art in New York City for the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design. 1950

(Source: unavidamoderna, via postpatternism)

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gerhard richter

gerhard richter

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"

We waste about one third of all the food produced in the world. Bees are dying, monocultures are dominating agriculture, knowledge gets lost, many people eat alone and don’t know how to cook any more. Kids don’t see food growing any more. Our supply of phosphates - an essential ingredient for artificial fertilisers - is running out and without it we might not be able to feed the growing world population. Chicken in intensive farms get more antibiotics than needy children in developing countries. Oceans are damaged, fresh water supplies are getting short, oil is running out.

Fortunately we also see a big group of young people getting into action and trying to find different ways to change the food chain and to change our perception to food. I could even say that there might be a food revolution coming up. And we need one.

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Bernard Plossu
Untitled c. 1975

Bernard Plossu

Untitled
c. 1975

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2011 nodes in a tree graph. by Erwin Keustermans on Flickr.
Every year has at least one link to another one.

2011 nodes in a tree graph. by Erwin Keustermans on Flickr.

Every year has at least one link to another one.

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