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  1. aestheticgoddess:

    Black & Bloom by Paulette Tavormina

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  3. Should be studying for my statistics midterm that I have in 4 hours;

    Instead, on tumblr.

    Go Christina go.

  4. alfiusdebux:

Robert Maplethorpe, polaroids 1973
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Robert Maplethorpe, polaroids 1973
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    Robert Maplethorpe, polaroids 1973

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  5. nuriarribasm:

Egon Schiele
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Egon Schiele
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    Egon Schiele

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  6. nuriarribasm:

Egon Schiele
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Egon Schiele
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    nuriarribasm:

    Egon Schiele

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  8. Conflicted

    I’m eating like a total college student now and on the one hand that’s wonderful, but I do feel guilty, and I’m not sure how to address that guilt because it’s not like I NEED to eat the way I’ve been eating.


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Louise Bourgoise

Louise Bourgoise
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    Louise Bourgoise

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  12. colinquinn:

Helmut Newton for Vogue Paris, 1983 colinquinn:

Helmut Newton for Vogue Paris, 1983
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    Helmut Newton for Vogue Paris, 1983

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  13. Unpopular Opinion (Trigger Warning)

    There is a Facebook event that I was just invited to, called “Carrying That Weight Day of Action.” The event is inspired by fellow Columbia student Emma Sulkowicz’s performance art piece, “Carry That Weight,” wherein she will take her mattress everywhere with her and thus protest and highlight the fact that her rapist is still enrolled at our school. I’ve seen Emma around campus, and I’m very impressed with her boldness and bravery in her project. But then came the protest on campus, in which people began bringing their own mattresses outside to protest Columbia’s inaction. Now comes this Action Day, where people will be bringing around their mattresses or pillows to support victims of sexual assault. Here’s why I’m ok with Emma’s piece and not this: you, a supporter, can’t carry our weight. You have no idea how heavy that burden is. Your mattress means nothing because nothing happened on it. For me, your mattress is a symbol for what happened to me, and for that symbol to be everywhere on October 29th actually feels threatening. Campus, being enrolled in school, is enough of a reminder of what took place here for me. For you to act as though you can carry my weight by taking around your mattress for a day is borderline offensive.
    That’s not to say that I don’t think we should be having very important dialogues about sexual assault and the lack of acknowledgement and action on the part of the administration. Please, please let’s have those discussions. Please let’s all support the idea of a safe campus. When you throw a reminder of rape in my face, however, that no longer becomes a safe space for me.

  14. arsvitaest:

Édouard Boubat, Tournesols (Sunflowers), 1986
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Édouard Boubat, Tournesols (Sunflowers), 1986
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    Édouard Boubat, Tournesols (Sunflowers), 1986

    Thanks to salonduthe and varietas