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Elizabeth Peyton’s ‘Democrats Are More Beautiful’

Elizabeth Peyton’s ‘Democrats Are More Beautiful’

itwonlast:

Jack Nicholson insisted on wearing his own Margaret Howell corduroy jacket for his role in 1980’s The Shining, prompting an order for 11 duplicates from Stanley Kubrick. 

itwonlast:

Jack Nicholson insisted on wearing his own Margaret Howell corduroy jacket for his role in 1980’s The Shining, prompting an order for 11 duplicates from Stanley Kubrick. 


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awesomeandcmyk:

Ilya Repin: Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16th, 1581. Oil on canvas, 1885.

awesomeandcmyk:

Ilya Repin: Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16th, 1581. Oil on canvas, 1885.


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Jarek Puczel, Olsztyn, Poland, Lovers

Jarek Puczel, Olsztyn, Poland, Lovers

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"You and me, what does that mean?
Always, what does that mean?
Forever, what does that mean?
It means we’ll manage
I’ll master your language and in the meantime i’ll create my own
By my own"

~ Tricky - Christiansands

"I sometimes sit out on our terrace at sunset and look out over a vast green lawn to the lake in the distance, and beyond the lake to the reassuring mountains, and in this mood think of nothing but enjoy their magnificent serenity."

~ Charlie Chaplin
itwonlast:

For Richter-Modell (interconti) (1987), a dig at Gerhard Richter whose work he had a conflicted relationship with, Martin Kippenberger purchased one of Richter’s small Grau (gray) paintings, added a frame, screwed legs onto it and turned it into a coffee table. Kippenberger not only turned the Richter into a table, but also transformed it into a “Kippenberger”: purchasing the painting at a Richter market price, he then sold the work transformed into a sculpture at a Kippenberger market price, which was considerably lower.

itwonlast:

For Richter-Modell (interconti) (1987), a dig at Gerhard Richter whose work he had a conflicted relationship with, Martin Kippenberger purchased one of Richter’s small Grau (gray) paintings, added a frame, screwed legs onto it and turned it into a coffee table. Kippenberger not only turned the Richter into a table, but also transformed it into a “Kippenberger”: purchasing the painting at a Richter market price, he then sold the work transformed into a sculpture at a Kippenberger market price, which was considerably lower.


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