Peter Lindbergh “The Bohemian Couture” for VOGUE Italia Sept 1988 
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Peter Lindbergh “The Bohemian Couture” for VOGUE Italia Sept 1988 

Peter Lindbergh “The Bohemian Couture” for VOGUE Italia Sept 1988 
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Peter Lindbergh “The Bohemian Couture” for VOGUE Italia Sept 1988 

IE by Erik Ohrstrom  more at http://bit.ly/1pxfjyg
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IE by Erik Ohrstrom

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Richard Long, A Line the Length of a Straight Walk from the Bottom to the Top of Silbury Hill, 1970
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Richard Long, A Line the Length of a Straight Walk from the Bottom to the Top of Silbury Hill, 1970

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Hermés by Martin Margiela photographed by Mario Testino for V #10, Spring 2001
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Hermés by Martin Margiela photographed by Mario Testino for V #10, Spring 2001

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Rick Owens FAUN SS15 ©leparadox
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Rick Owens FAUN SS15 ©leparadox

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Elle France - October 1989
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Elle France - October 1989

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At the beginning of the performance Joseph Beuys locked the gallery doors from the inside, leaving the gallery-goers outside. They could observe the scene within only through the windows. With his head entirely coated in honey and gold leaf, he began to explain pictures to a dead hare. Whispering to the dead animal on his arm in an apparent dialog, he processed through the exhibit from artwork to artwork. Occasionally he would stop and return to the center of the gallery, where he stepped over a dead fir tree that lay on the floor. After three hours the public was let into the room. Beuys sat upon a stool in the entrance area with the hare on his arm and his back to the onlookers.
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thebonafidebonafide:

At the beginning of the performance Joseph Beuys locked the gallery doors from the inside, leaving the gallery-goers outside. They could observe the scene within only through the windows. With his head entirely coated in honey and gold leaf, he began to explain pictures to a dead hare. Whispering to the dead animal on his arm in an apparent dialog, he processed through the exhibit from artwork to artwork. Occasionally he would stop and return to the center of the gallery, where he stepped over a dead fir tree that lay on the floor. After three hours the public was let into the room. Beuys sat upon a stool in the entrance area with the hare on his arm and his back to the onlookers.

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Yohji Yamamoto Homme SS15 ©leparadox
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Yohji Yamamoto Homme SS15 ©leparadox

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Jean McEwan - We Are Alive Again
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Jean McEwan - We Are Alive Again

Berlinde De Bruyckere - Marthe (2008)
Marthe shows a body in duality, disgusting but still half-human, a hand found in its twig-like limbs reminiscent of Ovidian-style transformation; it too, despite its lifelike physicality, is sexless, headless, inert, a re-imagined object. “It is not because you never see a head that it looks like it has been cut off. It is, rather, that I no longer think the presence of a head is necessary. The figure as a whole is a mental state. The presence or absence of a head is irrelevant.”
(Saatchi Gallery)
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Berlinde De Bruyckere - Marthe (2008)

Marthe shows a body in duality, disgusting but still half-human, a hand found in its twig-like limbs reminiscent of Ovidian-style transformation; it too, despite its lifelike physicality, is sexless, headless, inert, a re-imagined object. “It is not because you never see a head that it looks like it has been cut off. It is, rather, that I no longer think the presence of a head is necessary. The figure as a whole is a mental state. The presence or absence of a head is irrelevant.”

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Guinevere van Seenus & Maggie Rizzer in Yohji Yamamoto - Perfect Icons by Luigi & Iango for Vogue Japan September 2014
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Guinevere van Seenus & Maggie Rizzer in Yohji Yamamoto - Perfect Icons by Luigi & Iango for Vogue Japan September 2014

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