Text 30 Sep 5 notes THE IMAGE: CBGB IN NEW YORK DURING THE 70s

afirstclassriot:

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Taking a visual trip to 70s New York at CBGB, a mythical nightclub opened in 1973 in the East Village. Initially intended as the home for Country, Blue Grass and Blues bands (hence the venue’s initials), it soon became famed for being the starting point for the careers of such punk-rock and new wave acts as the Ramones, Talking Heads, Television or Blondie.

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Photo 27 Sep 864 notes buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

Anselm Kiefer - Starfall, 1995

buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

Anselm Kiefer - Starfall, 1995

Quote 27 Sep 66,043 notes
The mouth should have three gatekeepers. Is it true? Is it kind? And is it necessary?
— Arab Proverb (via escaping-art)
Photo 27 Sep 159 notes ian-curtiswishlist:

26 October 1979: Electric Ballroom, London

ian-curtiswishlist:

26 October 1979: Electric Ballroom, London

Photo 27 Sep 30 notes ian-curtiswishlist:

Recorded at The Factory, Manchester September 28 1979.
Duration: 20 mins. Sound quality: 9/9. Download here.
Twenty Four Hours (soundcheck, fades out)
Atmosphere (fades in)
Wilderness
Shadowplay
Insight
Colony
Twenty Four Hours (fades out, incomplete)

ian-curtiswishlist:

Recorded at The Factory, Manchester September 28 1979.

Duration: 20 mins. Sound quality: 9/9. Download here.

  1. Twenty Four Hours (soundcheck, fades out)
  2. Atmosphere (fades in)
  3. Wilderness
  4. Shadowplay
  5. Insight
  6. Colony
  7. Twenty Four Hours (fades out, incomplete)
Quote 27 Sep 9 notes
Do I dare
Disturb the universe?
— 

"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" I. 45 (1917) by T.S. Eliot via The Yale Book of Quotations

An important question to ponder for the weekend, from the literary giant, T.S. Eliot, in honor of his birthday.

Do you dare?

(via yalepress)
Photo 27 Sep 216 notes themaninthegreenshirt:

"After one look at this planet any visitor from outer space would say, I WANT TO SEE THE MANAGER.” William S, Burroughs

themaninthegreenshirt:

"After one look at this planet any visitor from outer space would say, I WANT TO SEE THE MANAGER.” William S, Burroughs

Photo 27 Sep 31 notes deyoungmuseum:

"An artist is a spokesman for a society at any given point in history." - Keith Haring (1982. Polaroid courtesy of the Keith Haring Foundation)
Keith Haring: The Political Line starts November 8th.
deyoungmuseum.org/haring

deyoungmuseum:

"An artist is a spokesman for a society at any given point in history." - Keith Haring (1982. Polaroid courtesy of the Keith Haring Foundation)

Keith Haring: The Political Line starts November 8th.

deyoungmuseum.org/haring

Photo 27 Sep 1,608 notes

(Source: otfilms)

Photo 27 Sep 51 notes asianartmuseum:

Who was Bernice Bing? Activist, artist, lesbian, Asian American and more. Spend an afternoon getting to know this Bay Area icon through the documentary film The Worlds of Bernice Bing this Sunday, September 28. After the screening, join award-winning director Madeleine Lim for a Q&A sesh as well as a panel discussion with locals Tina Takemoto, Kim Anno, Thao Nguyen and Malik Seneferu.
Click here for more info.Share this event on FacebookThank you Asian American Women Artists Association,Asia Society and Center for Asian American Media

asianartmuseum:

Who was Bernice Bing? Activist, artist, lesbian, Asian American and more. Spend an afternoon getting to know this Bay Area icon through the documentary film The Worlds of Bernice Bing this Sunday, September 28. 

After the screening, join award-winning director Madeleine Lim for a Q&A sesh as well as a panel discussion with locals Tina Takemoto, Kim Anno, Thao Nguyen and Malik Seneferu.

Click here for more info.
Share this event on Facebook

Thank you Asian American Women Artists Association,
Asia Society and Center for Asian American Media

Photo 27 Sep 146 notes sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Tim McFarlane
Black Boned Angel, 2014, acrylic on panel, 30 x 24 inches

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

Tim McFarlane

Black Boned Angel, 2014, acrylic on panel, 30 x 24 inches

via SFMOMA.
Text 27 Sep 56 notes

utnereader:

Peeling Back the Label

The global food system is profoundly flawed—there’s enough food being produced yet one in eight are undernourished; food and beverage companies pollute water sources and have unfair labor practices; costs related to diabetes amount to $245 billion dollars annually in the U.S. and rates are only expected to rise. To bring awareness to some of these problems, Oxfam developed the Behind the Brands campaign. 

Photo 27 Sep 216 notes theparisreview:

“Reading a collection of letters from the beginning straight through to the end is one step up from reading the phone book.”
This week’s staff picks, including Samuel Beckett’s letters, death row dinner, and Bard without Leon Botstein.

theparisreview:

“Reading a collection of letters from the beginning straight through to the end is one step up from reading the phone book.”

This week’s staff picks, including Samuel Beckett’s letters, death row dinner, and Bard without Leon Botstein.

Photo 27 Sep 3,715 notes girl-cult-ure:

Aya, 16, in her basement bedroom, looks for an outfit to wear to schoolSan Francisco, California 

girl-cult-ure:

Aya, 16, in her basement bedroom, looks for an outfit to wear to school
San Francisco, California 

Photo 27 Sep 115 notes

(Source: earsinyrheadphones)


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