darksilenceinsuburbia:

Adam Magyar. Squares.

Photo-manipulated series of squares that don’t exist.

Website

writersnoonereads:

Marc Lowenthal of Wakefield Press writes about a new publication from Atlas Press: Princess Sappho/Léon Genonceaux’s The Tutu (1891), “the strangest novel of the nineteenth century.”

writersnoonereads:

Marc Lowenthal of Wakefield Press writes about a new publication from Atlas Press: Princess Sappho/Léon Genonceaux’s The Tutu (1891), “the strangest novel of the nineteenth century.”

iheartmyart:

Bee Flowers, from the Flow series, Head #3, 40 x 52 cm, crystacal, acrylic, 2013

iheartmyart:

Bee Flowers, from the Flow series, Head #3, 40 x 52 cm, crystacal, acrylic, 2013

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Travis Louie.

Solo Show at Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles, opening November 2013.

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invisiblestories:

Mary Ruefle, “Impresario”

invisiblestories:

Mary Ruefle, “Impresario”

artchipel:

Isabelle Menin | Facebook | on Tumblr - So long 02
[Curator’s Monday with Bhakta’s Weblog]
i12bent:

Jack Kerouac - d. Oct. 21, 1969…
Above - 1st ed. of Doctor Sax - Faust Part Three, Grove Press soft-cover version, 1959. The book was published simultaneously by Barney Rosset’s Evergreen Books and Grove Press, in three different versions: A cloth-bound edition, the E-160 soft-cover seen above - and “A specially bound and signed edition of 26 copies, lettered A through Z and 4 copies, hors commerce, numbered 1 through 4.”
Kerouac on at least one occasion inscribed the novel with the following description: This is the final Baroque version of the Faust Legend, mixed with some New England Gothicism
The novel closes with this incredulous benediction: “I’ll be damned, the universe disposes of its own evil!” Doctor Sax only deals in glee now…
— Sleep well, dear Jack, safe in Heaven, dead…

i12bent:

Jack Kerouac - d. Oct. 21, 1969…

Above - 1st ed. of Doctor Sax - Faust Part Three, Grove Press soft-cover version, 1959. The book was published simultaneously by Barney Rosset’s Evergreen Books and Grove Press, in three different versions: A cloth-bound edition, the E-160 soft-cover seen above - and “A specially bound and signed edition of 26 copies, lettered A through Z and 4 copies, hors commerce, numbered 1 through 4.”

Kerouac on at least one occasion inscribed the novel with the following description: This is the final Baroque version of the Faust Legend, mixed with some New England Gothicism

The novel closes with this incredulous benediction: “I’ll be damned, the universe disposes of its own evil!” Doctor Sax only deals in glee now…

— Sleep well, dear Jack, safe in Heaven, dead…

iheartmyart:

Nicole Eisenman, Commerce Feeds Creativity, 2004, oil on canvas, 51 x 39 1/2 in., Hort Family Collection
Exhibition Nicole Eisenman at 2013 Carnegie International, October 5, 2013 – March 16, 2014

iheartmyart:

Nicole Eisenman, Commerce Feeds Creativity, 2004, oil on canvas, 51 x 39 1/2 in., Hort Family Collection

Exhibition Nicole Eisenman at 2013 Carnegie International, October 5, 2013 – March 16, 2014

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sandra Hoyn. From the Import - Export series.

Human trafficking and sexual slavery in Cambodia.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Autcards. A micro-enterprise sells small prints of art made by artists with autism.

Justin Canha - holyday card “Let Heaven and Nature Sing”

Candy Cane - candy waters holyday card

Noah Erenberg - Peace Greeting Card

Autcards website