Just Look At You



    Dave Hickey →


    I am interested in works in which something happens when you look at them. And also I am interested in works that have either the simplicity or the complexity to change their meanings. Good art, to survive, must change its meaning. If we still had to think about a Pollock the way he thought about…

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    "We are very cruelly trapped between what we would like to be and what we actually are. And we cannot possibly become what we would like to be until we are willing to ask ourselves just why the lives we lead on this continent are mainly so empty, so tame, and so ugly."
    James Baldwin (via moscow)

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    A little something anyone can do to help folks survive in the winter.

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    An Interview with Ben Marcus by Astri von Arbin Ahlander →


    How, then, has your work process changed since you had children?

    I feel more disciplined now. I better understand what free time is. If I have work time, I am not going to go online, and I am not going to do a single thing that is going to distract from writing because I have, say, two hours…

    — 4 months ago with 3 notes

Ay, que tenia que marcar en la otra! que noooo….

Oh, yes


    Ay, que tenia que marcar en la otra! que noooo….

    Oh, yes

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    Nov. 26, 1970: Some things never change. The Bullwinkle balloon floated gracefully above Times Square in the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as several hundred thousand New Yorkers lined the route below.  Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

    (via oldnewyork)

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    Naked cat jumps up and stands like a person - AnimalsBeingDicks.com

    Look at me, I’m a person, beep boop bop, taxes, black friday, football touchdown!

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    "We have the idea in America that a book should have likeable characters and make us feel good by the end. This is a new and idiotic idea and erases 2,500 years of literary culture. Tragedy is about exposing our badness, laying it bare."
    David Vann (via mttbll)

    (Source: publishersweekly.com, via mttbll)

    — 5 months ago with 230 notes