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rhetthammersmithhorror:

Wrestling Women vs. The Aztec Mummy . ‘64 . imdb

rhetthammersmithhorror:

Wrestling Women vs. The Aztec Mummy . ‘64 . imdb

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ihearttheodorelaurence:

Zoe Saldana: Sci-Fi Queen!

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monsieurlabette:

Oil Sketch by Julian Hsiung.

monsieurlabette:

Oil Sketch by Julian Hsiung.

(Source: malebeautyinart)

Conan O’Brien’s “Orange is the New Black” cold opening (x)

(Source: jasonnywithnochance, via chadleymacguff)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou. Untitled (Vodou Series), 2011.

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou’s photographs of the people of Porto-Novo, Benin (formerly Republic of Dahomey) are drawn from street life, his friends, family and studio customers. Benin is all about colour – Porto Novo is like a visual assault.In Leonce’s impressive portraits, wild combinations of locally designed Dutch imported textiles create extreme gradations between background, foreground, person and clothing. Leonce is part of a generation experiencing rapid change and his photographs capture the energy and unfettered zest for life of a people caught between tradition and progress. 

 

 

Via

(via blackcontemporaryart)

gainesgridwork:

All Things Grids: In addition to the work of Charles Gaines, this blog will highlight the work of artists who incorporate the grid. United by the theme of a “grid aesthetic”, the works featured represent a cross section of movements, generations and materials, and demonstrate the varied use of the grid in modern and contemporary art.
Ellen Gallagher, They Could Still Serve, 2001
"Gallagher has simultaneously adopted the grid and reversed its rigorous use by a former generation of Minimalist and Conceptualist artists: her patches of blue lined paper form a grid pattern, but it is liquefied, disassembled, blurred, and dematerialized with watercolor. Among the papers’ blue lines are small marks, a repeated stereotyped sign of race drawn from minstrelsy: wide eyes peering out at the viewer. These signs are paradoxically at once free floating and mapped in her grid structures. They Could Still Serve takes its title from an etching in Francisco de Goya’s series The Disasters of War (1810–20), a caustic meditation on the brutality and futility of human warfare.”
source: http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?object_id=80578

gainesgridwork:

All Things Grids: In addition to the work of Charles Gaines, this blog will highlight the work of artists who incorporate the grid. United by the theme of a “grid aesthetic”, the works featured represent a cross section of movements, generations and materials, and demonstrate the varied use of the grid in modern and contemporary art.

Ellen Gallagher, They Could Still Serve, 2001

"Gallagher has simultaneously adopted the grid and reversed its rigorous use by a former generation of Minimalist and Conceptualist artists: her patches of blue lined paper form a grid pattern, but it is liquefied, disassembled, blurred, and dematerialized with watercolor. Among the papers’ blue lines are small marks, a repeated stereotyped sign of race drawn from minstrelsy: wide eyes peering out at the viewer. These signs are paradoxically at once free floating and mapped in her grid structures. They Could Still Serve takes its title from an etching in Francisco de Goya’s series The Disasters of War (1810–20), a caustic meditation on the brutality and futility of human warfare.”

source: http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?object_id=80578

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blacklovepublic:

there is love in teaching the youth

blacklovepublic:

there is love in teaching the youth

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rhetthammersmithhorror:

Wrestling Women vs. The Aztec Mummy . ‘64 . imdb

rhetthammersmithhorror:

Wrestling Women vs. The Aztec Mummy . ‘64 . imdb

(via mudwerks)

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vintage-old-hollywood:

dorothy dandridge

vintage-old-hollywood:

dorothy dandridge

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ihearttheodorelaurence:

Zoe Saldana: Sci-Fi Queen!

(via chadleymacguff)

monsieurlabette:

Oil Sketch by Julian Hsiung.

monsieurlabette:

Oil Sketch by Julian Hsiung.

(Source: malebeautyinart)

Conan O’Brien’s “Orange is the New Black” cold opening (x)

(Source: jasonnywithnochance, via chadleymacguff)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou. Untitled (Vodou Series), 2011.

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou’s photographs of the people of Porto-Novo, Benin (formerly Republic of Dahomey) are drawn from street life, his friends, family and studio customers. Benin is all about colour – Porto Novo is like a visual assault.In Leonce’s impressive portraits, wild combinations of locally designed Dutch imported textiles create extreme gradations between background, foreground, person and clothing. Leonce is part of a generation experiencing rapid change and his photographs capture the energy and unfettered zest for life of a people caught between tradition and progress. 

 

 

Via

(via blackcontemporaryart)

gainesgridwork:

All Things Grids: In addition to the work of Charles Gaines, this blog will highlight the work of artists who incorporate the grid. United by the theme of a “grid aesthetic”, the works featured represent a cross section of movements, generations and materials, and demonstrate the varied use of the grid in modern and contemporary art.
Ellen Gallagher, They Could Still Serve, 2001
"Gallagher has simultaneously adopted the grid and reversed its rigorous use by a former generation of Minimalist and Conceptualist artists: her patches of blue lined paper form a grid pattern, but it is liquefied, disassembled, blurred, and dematerialized with watercolor. Among the papers’ blue lines are small marks, a repeated stereotyped sign of race drawn from minstrelsy: wide eyes peering out at the viewer. These signs are paradoxically at once free floating and mapped in her grid structures. They Could Still Serve takes its title from an etching in Francisco de Goya’s series The Disasters of War (1810–20), a caustic meditation on the brutality and futility of human warfare.”
source: http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?object_id=80578

gainesgridwork:

All Things Grids: In addition to the work of Charles Gaines, this blog will highlight the work of artists who incorporate the grid. United by the theme of a “grid aesthetic”, the works featured represent a cross section of movements, generations and materials, and demonstrate the varied use of the grid in modern and contemporary art.

Ellen Gallagher, They Could Still Serve, 2001

"Gallagher has simultaneously adopted the grid and reversed its rigorous use by a former generation of Minimalist and Conceptualist artists: her patches of blue lined paper form a grid pattern, but it is liquefied, disassembled, blurred, and dematerialized with watercolor. Among the papers’ blue lines are small marks, a repeated stereotyped sign of race drawn from minstrelsy: wide eyes peering out at the viewer. These signs are paradoxically at once free floating and mapped in her grid structures. They Could Still Serve takes its title from an etching in Francisco de Goya’s series The Disasters of War (1810–20), a caustic meditation on the brutality and futility of human warfare.”

source: http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?object_id=80578

(via blackcontemporaryart)

blackcontemporaryart:

MICKALENE THOMASLeft Behind, 2010(via lehmannmaupin)

blackcontemporaryart:

MICKALENE THOMAS
Left Behind, 2010
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blacklovepublic:

there is love in teaching the youth

blacklovepublic:

there is love in teaching the youth

(Source: afro-art-chick, via peopleofthediaspora)

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