Until where it falls...
Un français perdu dans un monde d'images... Jusque là où l'on tombe...
29 ans, de Sarlat en passant par Bordeaux pour atterrir dans le Médoc ;-) , France
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Until where it falls...
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exercicedestyle:

mark fast
exercicedestyle:

mark fast
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asylum-art:

Minghao Dong
Minghao Dong (b.1983, China/France) Minghao Dong was born in Inner Mongolia, China. Graduated from University of Dalian in 2008, Minghao works predominantly in the medium of painting but also engravings and installations. Gerard Richter has been the greatest influence. This new series of paintings is a reflection of the artist pondering on the properties of human, life and death in a time characterized by impatience, fragments, nihility, and a duality of highly developed civilization and disorder.
asylum-art:

Minghao Dong
Minghao Dong (b.1983, China/France) Minghao Dong was born in Inner Mongolia, China. Graduated from University of Dalian in 2008, Minghao works predominantly in the medium of painting but also engravings and installations. Gerard Richter has been the greatest influence. This new series of paintings is a reflection of the artist pondering on the properties of human, life and death in a time characterized by impatience, fragments, nihility, and a duality of highly developed civilization and disorder.
asylum-art:

Minghao Dong
Minghao Dong (b.1983, China/France) Minghao Dong was born in Inner Mongolia, China. Graduated from University of Dalian in 2008, Minghao works predominantly in the medium of painting but also engravings and installations. Gerard Richter has been the greatest influence. This new series of paintings is a reflection of the artist pondering on the properties of human, life and death in a time characterized by impatience, fragments, nihility, and a duality of highly developed civilization and disorder.
asylum-art:

Minghao Dong
Minghao Dong (b.1983, China/France) Minghao Dong was born in Inner Mongolia, China. Graduated from University of Dalian in 2008, Minghao works predominantly in the medium of painting but also engravings and installations. Gerard Richter has been the greatest influence. This new series of paintings is a reflection of the artist pondering on the properties of human, life and death in a time characterized by impatience, fragments, nihility, and a duality of highly developed civilization and disorder.
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oh-sweet-death:

Elsa Martinelli Photographed by Angelo Frontoni
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formesdelabeaute:

Cristi by Joe Wehner
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iampaperskin:

An entire world destroyed
Collapse within her eyes. 
I am so excited to be be finally working on my second book project. Fine art photos of this unknown model in different settings, I plan to work this as a series if anyone is interested in investing some time in working with me. 
iampaperskin:

An entire world destroyed
Collapse within her eyes. 
I am so excited to be be finally working on my second book project. Fine art photos of this unknown model in different settings, I plan to work this as a series if anyone is interested in investing some time in working with me. 
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melisica:

(by Saesura)
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realityayslum:

Francesca Modotti 
Francesca’s Template
Self portrait, Berlin, 2010
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What’sgoingonbelow
I’m lucky enough to really love my body.
But I hate, hate, hate deeply the fact I’m biologically female. And especially, technically, the fact I have periods. Mine are the bad kind. The kind that makes you cry out in pain for hours with violent cramps, the kind with the long and severe PMS (actually, PMDD) that turns you into a depressed and angry wreck for days. And the blood loss……..
I feel we never talk about the blood loss. If we do, we are told that we are oversharing. We never talk or show the ugly part of that body of ours. It’s shameful, it’s taboo. so many cute and mild names we give to menstruations, in order to not name them bluntly ! Yet we have to undergo that taboo moment, 13 times a year, and just suffer in silence - cause it’s embarrassing y’know ?
And I am embarrassed too. I am the first one feeling disgusted and gross, I am the one that can hardly look at my own bloody thighs, because it strikes right in the taboo, right in my own inner turmoils and limits about how I feel about period, and maybe also about how we are supposed to behave about.
However. I’m neither good to behave, neither to not talk about anything. So here it is. What is going on, below.

What’sgoingonbelow
I’m lucky enough to really love my body.
But I hate, hate, hate deeply the fact I’m biologically female. And especially, technically, the fact I have periods. Mine are the bad kind. The kind that makes you cry out in pain for hours with violent cramps, the kind with the long and severe PMS (actually, PMDD) that turns you into a depressed and angry wreck for days. And the blood loss……..
I feel we never talk about the blood loss. If we do, we are told that we are oversharing. We never talk or show the ugly part of that body of ours. It’s shameful, it’s taboo. so many cute and mild names we give to menstruations, in order to not name them bluntly ! Yet we have to undergo that taboo moment, 13 times a year, and just suffer in silence - cause it’s embarrassing y’know ?
And I am embarrassed too. I am the first one feeling disgusted and gross, I am the one that can hardly look at my own bloody thighs, because it strikes right in the taboo, right in my own inner turmoils and limits about how I feel about period, and maybe also about how we are supposed to behave about.
However. I’m neither good to behave, neither to not talk about anything. So here it is. What is going on, below.
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grigiabot:

DAIDO MORIYAMA 
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grigiabot:

DAIDO MORIYAMA 
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grigiabot:

DAIDO MORIYAMA 
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exercicedestyle:

ivanalifan
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exercicedestyle:

Joanne Nam
exercicedestyle:

Joanne Nam