manhood:

Nicki Minaj x Édouard Manet

manhood:

Nicki Minaj x Édouard Manet

scavengedluxury:

Alter Friedhof (old cemetery). Freiburg, May 2014.
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scavengedluxury:

Alter Friedhof (old cemetery). Freiburg, May 2014.

allthingseurope:

St. Pancras railway station, London (by Maciek Lulko)

allthingseurope:

St. Pancras railway station, London (by Maciek Lulko)

photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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  • Focal Length
  • Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
  • 80
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photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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  • Exposure
  • Focal Length
  • Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
  • 80
  • f/2.8
  • 1/250th
  • 35mm
photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean
The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.
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  • Exposure
  • Focal Length
  • Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
  • 100
  • f/3.5
  • 1/100th
  • 55mm

photoencounters:

Chapelle Royal Saint Frambourg. Senlis, France. Photos by Amber Maitrejean

The royal chapel was founded in 993 by Queen Adelaïde of Aquitaine, the wife of Hugh Capet- the founder of the Capetian dynasty who was elected the first King of the Franks in Senlis in 987. Queen Adelaïde wished to show her gratitude to God after his election and also to house the relics of Saint Frambourg, a hermit from Auvergne who had lived in the 6th century. In 1177 Louis VII began the reconstruction and enlargement of the royal chapel. In 1973 the chapel was purchased by Georges Cziffra who undertook restoration of the chapel and opened it to the public to serve as a concert hall for young musicians.

discardingimages:

snailstag 'Hours of Joanna the Mad', Bruges 1486-1506.
BL, Add 18852, fol. 305v

discardingimages:

snailstag 

'Hours of Joanna the Mad', Bruges 1486-1506.

BL, Add 18852, fol. 305v

artstarosta:

Fyodor Reshetnikov. For peace! 1950
The State Tretyakov Gallery

Reshetnikov is just soviet realism’s Normal Rockwell.

artstarosta:

Fyodor Reshetnikov. For peace! 1950

The State Tretyakov Gallery

Reshetnikov is just soviet realism’s Normal Rockwell.

23silence:

Marie Bracquemond - Iris in the Vase, 1886

23silence:

Marie Bracquemond - Iris in the Vase, 1886

Es sei an Kants “Kritik der reinen Vernunft”, an Hegels “Phänomenologie des Geistes” erinnert. An solchen Zeichen erkennen wir, daß die Welt seit langer Zeit schon aus den Fugen und der Mensch in die Abirrung gegangen ist.

Heidegger, Parmenides.

heh. ol’ marty throwing shade

(via publicatiosui)

manueldmngz:

book cover design - Pragmatism: A Reader by Louis Menand, designer John Gall, typeface Trade Gothic [X]

manueldmngz:

book cover design - Pragmatism: A Reader by Louis Menand, designer John Gall, typeface Trade Gothic [X]

meginabox:

Literary theory is a form of performance art.

meginabox:

Literary theory is a form of performance art.

It is perhaps worthwhile, at this moment in which the mystique of the group is strongest, to pause for an evaluation of the spirit in which group action is here treated by Sartre, and beyond that, of the notion of revolution itself which is implicit in his descriptions and in his frequent recourse to the French Revolution as a paradigm of group behavior. In this, of course, he himself is representative of a larger current in contemporary French intellectual life which may be described as that of revolutionary nostalgia, governed by a value-charged myth of revolution itself. I use the word myth not in the negative sense of that which calls for demystification, but rather in the positive meaning it has come to have for American literary criticism as a kind of ordering of experience; for it seems to me that this notion of revolution can be best understood not so much in direct political and theoretical terms, but precisely in terms of time and of narration, in which are ultimately literary categories.

What if, in other words, revolution were to be understood not so much in terms of content as in terms of form? What if the power of revolutionary idea came fully as much from the new temporal reorganization of experience that it permits, as from any practical consequences that might flow from it as effects from a cause?

Fredric Jameson, Marxism and Form: Twentieth-Century Dialectical Theories of Literature, pg.258-9 (via bemusedbibliophile)