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Bjork--She's Cool

“One day I found a big book buried deep in the ground. I opened it, but all the pages were blank. Then, to my surprise, it started writing itself.” So goes the first line of Bjork’s music video for “ 1,435 more words


Portrait of a Gypsy: Pierre Gonnord at Hasted Kraeutler

Pierre Gonnord’s “The Dream Goes Over Time” currently on view at Hasted Kraeutler succeeds in uniquely capturing individuals whose lifestyles run counter to the rest of contemporary society. 625 more words


A Review of the "Dramatic Works in Water" by Tomohide Ikeya as seen on Juxtapoz.com (nsfw)


I have never viewed any of Tomohide Ikeya’s work; my first encounter was filled with intrigue. Overall, I appreciated the darkness of the pieces, the fluid movement and the lighting was very key. 249 more words


Art Room: Painting in Time @ The Tetley, Leeds

Recently opened at the Tetley in Leeds, Painting in Time is a collection of works by different artists which push the boundaries of paint away from the static and towards including changing, interactive objects. 472 more words


#ImNoAngel. I’m a #RembrandtGirl.

Since last week’s post on the #DropThePlus campaign, Lane Bryant, an American Lingerie label, has launched the #ImNoAngel Campaign. An apparent response to the “Angels” of Victoria’s Secret, the campaign is seemingly trying to counteract the fairly unrealistic body type perpetuated by Victoria’s Secret. 736 more words