YOU MIGHT FIND YOURSELF: ON SEEING THE 100%... →
jennilee: my favorite short story youmightfindyourself: by Haruki Murakami One beautiful April morning, on a narrow side street in Tokyo’s fashionable Harujuku neighborhood, I walked past the 100% perfect girl. Tell you the truth, she’s not that good-looking. She doesn’t stand out in any way. Her clothes are nothing special. The back of her hair is…
Rinko Kawauchi, Illuminance
one of my favorite books ever oneyearofbooks: Published 2011 by Xavier Barral for the French edition, bought at Yvon Lambert bookshop. I’ve been really slow on buying this one : hesitation between the French or American (Aperture) edition… Rinko’s work on sequencing and spread is amazing, as always.
whitneymuseum: “I’m not interested in ‘abstracting’ or taking things out or reducing painting to design, form, line, and color. I paint this way because I can keep putting more things in it–drama, anger, pain, love, a figure, a horse, my ideas about space. Through your eyes it again becomes an emotion or idea.” —Willem de Kooning, born today in 1904
I’ve noticed that women who observe things closely seem to make men uneasy.– Alberto Manguel, A Reading Diary (via alesthetique) ——- this could explain a lot.
Statue of Liberty Artist Residency →
hydeordie: Apparently it’s a real thing.
Wes Anderson’s Filmography Through Music →
Roni Horn, Bird
oneyearofbooks: Published 2008 by Steidl Another book suggested during the bird week.