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Oct 12, 2014
Oct 12, 2014
workingonmydaycheese:

Now this is an oath of silence I could do. #millennialmonk
Oct 11, 2014 / 1 note

workingonmydaycheese:

Now this is an oath of silence I could do. #millennialmonk

Oct 11, 2014 / 252,530 notes

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scanwiches:

Homemade: Elvis Sandwich
Aug 16, 2014 / 173 notes

scanwiches:

Homemade: Elvis Sandwich

paddyjohnson:

Homer Simpson Backing into A Jackson Pollock
Jun 26, 2014 / 93 notes
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Jun 25, 2014 / 8 notes

permanentrecordpdx:

Yuji Agematsu @ Yale Union, PDX

waytoomuchportland:

Corner of SE Burnside and Grand
Jun 16, 2014 / 43 notes

waytoomuchportland:

Corner of SE Burnside and Grand

boyirl:

Luis Camnitzer | This is a Mirror You are a Written Sentence
Jun 16, 2014 / 13,527 notes

boyirl:

Luis Camnitzer | This is a Mirror You are a Written Sentence

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streetartsf:

Mission RIP.
Clove.
Cypress Alley @ 24th Street in San Francisco, Ca
Jun 16, 2014 / 65 notes

streetartsf:

Mission RIP.

Clove.

Cypress Alley @ 24th Street in San Francisco, Ca

Jun 16, 2014 / 54 notes

melanieflood:

manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Jo Ann Callis.

If you know the work of Jeff Wall or Gregory Crewdson or Marilyn Minter, you should know Callis, whose work anticipated theirs. Starting in the early 1970s Callis has constructed both black-and-white and color photographs that consider, sex, sexuality, pleasure and more pleasure.

Aperture has just published “Other Rooms,” a new book of Callis’ investigations of the nude body and sexuality, mostly from the mid-1970s. Amazon offers it for $54. And on Tuesday, June 17th, Callis and Lesley A. Martin will discuss the project at Aperture on West 27th Street in New York. Their conversation starts at 6:30pm.

Callis is one of the most important photographers of her generation. In two thousand nine the J. Paul Getty Museum presented a retrospective of her work titled "Woman Twirling." Callises are in the permanent collection of museums such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. 

At top is Callis’ Nude Facing Wall (1976-77). Below it is Man with Lines (1976-77). These two pictures are on back-to-back pages in Callis’ new Aperture book. Callis and host Tyler Green discuss these pictures on this week’s show, especially as pictures not of bondage precisely, but of restraint.

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

Wish I was in New York for this- thankfully there will be a podcast thanks to Modern Art Notes.

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