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@MOMA: Looking beyond from the Lautrec’s eyes

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) is someone I would like to call as a ‘trans’ artist. A prefix ‘trans-’ is a Latin noun meaning ‘across’, ‘beyond’ and ‘on the opposite side’ that represents quite well who Lautrec is through his artworks displayed at MOMA. 902 more words

Arts And Culture

vintage Avon soap tin

Great vintage find by UnaontheSIDEBOARD (6.25 GBP) http://ift.tt/1PP4q5n

Albi

Deep in the heart of the Pyrenee mountains, where the vermillion clay of the Tarn river bleeds from its banks into its waters, red brick dwellings echo the river’s hue, swelling on either side of the water to form the city of Albi.   217 more words

Spain 2015

The Art of Burlesque

  

It’s funny that whatever my current interest is at the time, the universe gathers related facts and supporting material from the cosmos and sends it my way. 319 more words

Burlesque

Absinthe, Part 2:  Absinthe's impact

A little over 100 years ago, the after-work crowd in Paris would fill the cafés along the boulevard and drink greenish, milky cocktail known in colloquial parlance as La Fée Verte–“the green fairy.” It was notably the most popular adult beverage of the age. 607 more words

Writing