PRAY FOR THE NELSONS
“Pray for the Nelsons in Ghana”
Karen, Baby Doll Karen, Jean, Harold, Kevin
The Nelsons in Ghana
1) Pray for the Nelsons who are in Ghana.
2) Go to Ghana and pray for the Nelsons.
Japanese Ama pearl diver, ~1950’s.
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He says if you’re critical, you’re already out of the game,” David Zwirner explains in the New York mag article, articulating Koons’s philosophy. This strikes me as a particularly One Percent kind of sentiment, a token of a world grown so unequal that a certain class of people is almost completely out of touch with the values of real humans. For most of us, after all, critical thought is important, because for most of us life is a struggle. —
Reflecting on Jeff Koons’s Hollow Triumph in Chelsea | Blouin Artinfo (via photographsonthebrain)
JMC: There’s the narrative that people like Koons and Zwirner have built, and it’s about time to develop a counter-narrative. If bring critical isn’t part of Koons’ game (how could it?) then that’s not a game we want to play or be part of. The art-business world has so far got away with defining the rules of how art is being discussed, and it’s time to break up that game.(via conscientious)
Tilda Swinton photographed by Tim Walker
Olafur Eliasson, Polar current, 2012 Volcanoes and shelters, 2013 neugerriemschneider, Berlin; and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York Photo: Jens Ziehe
Women in Love. French postcard, 1930, photo by the Ostra Studio
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