design-is-fine:

Walter Dexel. Hand-out for exhibition Lovis Corinth, 1926. Hand-out for exhibition Baalbeck, 1925. Made by Kunstverein Jena. Germany

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how-we-used-to-live:

Stills from ‘How We Used to Live’ - the new London BFI archive film from Paul Kelly & Saint Etienne @bobpetesarah

Eve Babitz: Muse and Writer

Eve Babitz: Muse and Writer

Lili Anolik on the stranger-than-fiction life of Eve Babitz, “an irresistible hybrid of boho intellectual and L.A. party girl”, for Vanity Fair:

Eve Babitz’s claims to fame rest, in large measure, on her claims on the famous. She’s the goddaughter, of course, of one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. Then there’s that photograph of the chess match with Marcel Duchamp, Eve…

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Jasper Johns: Regrets

At the Financial Times, Julie L. Belcove talks to 83-year-old painter Jasper Johns about ‘Regrets’, a new series of paintings to be exhibited at MOMA next month:

Jasper Johns: Regrets

At the Financial Times, Julie L. Belcove talks to 83-year-old painter Jasper Johns about ‘Regrets’, a new series of paintings to be exhibited at MOMA next month:

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hollyhocksandtulips:

Model Capucine, 1951 Photo by Frank Capa

hollyhocksandtulips:

Model Capucine, 1951
Photo by Frank Capa

Tate Shots: William Eggleston

"William Eggleston never takes multiple shots of the same image, just the right picture at just the right moment."

In Thrall to Machines: Italian Futurism, 1909–1944

The New York Times reviews Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe, a new exhibition at the Guggenheim:

In Thrall to Machines: Italian Futurism, 1909–1944

The New York Times reviews Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe, a new exhibition at the Guggenheim:

Ad for design firm Calkins and Holden, 1956 (via newhousebooks)

Ad for design firm Calkins and Holden, 1956 (via newhousebooks)