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23quaiducommerce:

The Man Who Sleeps (Bernard Queysanne, 1974)

23quaiducommerce:

The Man Who Sleeps (Bernard Queysanne, 1974)

23quaiducommerce:

The Man Who Sleeps (Bernard Queysanne, 1974)

23quaiducommerce:

The Man Who Sleeps (Bernard Queysanne, 1974)

23quaiducommerce:

The Man Who Sleeps (Bernard Queysanne, 1974)

(via andreii-tarkovsky)

dappledwithshadow:

Calm Sea
Gustave Courbet - 1866

blowmeonelastkiss:

"don’t cry for me argentina" by madonna is #66 on german itunes rn

(via thomasalanwaits)

ravenoussouls:

"HOSTAGE OF YOURSELF"
© Ravenous Souls 2014 All Rights Reserved.

— Deleuze and Guattari, Anti-Oedipus, “Psychoanalysis and the Familialism: The Holy Family,” p. 116

(Source: feelingpolitical)

ilovecharts:

Famous Authors Who Hated Each Other’s Writing
via Kurt White

“Capitalism must therefore be grasped not only in its structures but also as a certain regime of desire; for the pleasure of a Foucauldian derivation, we would call it an epithumè [from the Greek epithumia, which means desire]. To speak of epithumè is another way of recalling that objective…

"[The] structure of inheritance and transmission is external and non-biological. It precedes us and will survive us. We are not born with it but in it. It is not genetic but acquired. It is in this sense that Stiegler calls the structure ‘epigenetic’: it exists outside and in addition to the…

admiralfellpromises:

i’m moving

godot-et-merault:

The Hangover (Suzanne Valadon), by Toulouse-Lautrec.
artnet:

Experts discovered a new painting by Pablo Picasso hidden beneath an existing 1901 work, with the help of infrared technology. The painting dates to the artist’s Blue Period (1900–04), when he was living in Paris and couldn’t afford to acquire new canvasses.
criterionfilms:

François Truffaut talking to Jean-Pierre Léaud on the set of Les quatre cents coups, late 1958 or early 1959
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