Wim Wenders and Yohji Yamamoto, A Notebook on Cities and Clothes, 1989 via 382525225
Ulay and Marina Abramovic via arteperformativa:
REST ENERGY (WITH ULAY), 1980
4 MIN. 10 SEC.
ROSE ‘80, DUBLIN
Together we hold a taut bow
and a poised arrow.
The weight of our bodies
puts tension on the bow.
The arrow is pointed at
Small microphones are attached
to both our hearts recording the
increasing number of heartbeats.
Spanish Gloves from the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Constantin Brancusi - Lizica Codreanu studies in costumes designed by Brancusi, Paris, 1924
Listen, the Snow is Falling. Yoko Ono.
Illustration by Marie Abrams Lawson for chapter III, Poisonous Leaves, from Leaves Their Place in Life and Legend by Vernon Quinn (1937)
Bas Jan Ader, In Search of the Miraculous (1975)
Patti Smith photographed by Judy Linn via superblackmarket
Rineke Djikstra: soldier
Lou Reed, David Bowie and Iggy Pop — the Dorchester, London, July 16, 1972
Mick Rock: I was determined to get that shot. I remember pulling all three of them together but they were all happy to do it. “The Terrible Trio” or “the Unholy Trinity,” as I dubbed them! David was going off to the States, and Lou and Iggy were there because they were his pals. Ziggy Stardust had just been released, and Raw Power and Transformer had not yet been released, so it was definitely a moment in time. As well as influencing music, David, Lou, and Iggy had a huge cultural reverberation.