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Nadezda Fava | Doodling near Molveno lake, Summer 2014.
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sovushka-seraya:

Alla Sizova
1970s
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rasputinmaxim:

"Mental Health and Me" http://rararasputin2014.wordpress.com/2014/08/31/mental-health-and-me/

Art - “The Company of Wolves” by Sidsel Sorensen
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andreii-tarkovsky:

by Mark Neil Balson
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"Kafka is a ‘writer of absence’, describing a world that remains religious in its structure but in which the central place belonging to God is empty."
— S. Zizek, Less than nothing (via kafkaesque-world)
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bienenkiste:

Carmen Kass by Yelena Yemchuk for Vogue Nippon October 2005
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b-undt:

clynester:

A perfect weekend getaway cabin.

罪人 + 情人
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130186:

Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2014
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heidisaman:

"A long time ago there was a retrospective of Ozu in Paris in the summer. And I took my mother with me one night to see Late Spring. And I remember my mother was terribly moved. And she started telling me all these things about her father. It was not a secret at all, the role of her father, and I knew my grandfather well enough. And my mother is not a film critic and she had never seen an Ozu movie, and to see her so deeply touched by a film with subtitles made me think more of this belief in narration and ellipses, than in things like, for instance, the low angle…the way ellipses work in a very private story, it creates a past. In an Ozu film, you are instantly invited into a story, and you are also invited into the past of the character. They have a past. It’s not just a movie with a beginning and an end.”
— Claire Denis on Yasujiro Ozu’s Late Spring 
Still from Late Spring (1949, dir. Yasujiro Ozu). You can read a mini-post I wrote about this film here.
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from-beneath-you-it-devours:

La Collectionneuse, Eric Rohmer
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"To make the ancients speak, we must feed them with our own blood."
— Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff 
(via tromos)
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Poppy (2010), Ellsworth Kelly
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bienenkiste:

Saskia de Brauw by Annemarieke van Drimmelen
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