All is full of love.


Basim Magdy

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Jake Wood-Evans - As Rome Falls, Flowers Grow (2012)


Saudi Arabia (from “Camo Chronicles” series), 2012 by Lien Truong

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Maskull Laserre




Stephen Shaheen





Ji Yeo is an Brooklyn and Seoul based artist who pursued her master’s degree in photography at Rhode Island school of design, as a president’s scholarship and henry wolf scholarship awardee. She graduated at the seoul National University in visual communication design and achieved certification program at the international center of photography in New York. Ji believes beauty is integral to human nature, and people find beauty in the most difficult circumstances, during emotional chaos and disorder, within social taboos and the breaking of such taboos and even in the face of death. Her current works focus on ideas of “beauty” in contemporary culture, specifically in how women in our culture come to define and enforce an ideal of beauty on themselves. She discuss this cultural phenomena through three photographic, performance, and time-based projects.

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Helen Frankenhaler - installation view at Turner Contemporary

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Eudes De Santana

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Alyson Shotz

Taiwanese American artist James Jean. Interesting comment on ‘the reclined nude.’

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Christopher Wool

Often, in an immigrant family, it’s a very big departure for a child to say: I want to be an artist, not a doctor, not a lawyer, or an engineer. The father, here, tells his daughter what so many immigrant parents tell their children: Art is not the safest route in life. We didn’t sacrifice all this for you to take up a precarious profession.He tries to comfort her, at the same time, by insisting that being an immigrant makes her an artist already. And this is a fascinating notion: that re-creating yourself this way, re-creating your entire life is a form of reinvention on par with the greatest works of literature. This brings art into the realm of what ordinary people do to in order to survive. It takes away the notion that art is too lofty for the masses, and puts it in the day-to-day. I’ve never seen anyone connect being an artist and an immigrant so explicitly, and for me it was a revelation.

Edwidge Danticat, All Immigrants are Artists. (via sirilaf)

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Man Ray - Opus, 1971

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Jenn Mann

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Nam June Paik

TV Cello, 2003.

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