(Source: generalquarters, via runningoutofturbo)

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conelradstation:

MORE.

John Coltrane in Jazz (dir. Ken Burns, 2000)

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Drake – How About Now (66 plays)

(Source: bellusverus, via bellusverus)

gaws:

Shrigley 

gaws:

Shrigley 

"

8. IF YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE THEN IT’S EASY TO MAKE ART. MOST PEOPLE ARE REALLY CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR IMAGE. ARTISTS HAVE ALLOWED THEMSELVES TO BE BOXED IN BY SAYING “YES” ALL THE TIME BECAUSE THEY WANT TO BE SEEN, AND THEY SHOULD BE SAYING “NO.” I DO MY STREET ART MAINLY TO KEEP ROOTED IN THAT “WHO I AM.” BECAUSE THE ONLY THING THAT’S REALLY GOING ON IS IN THE STREET; THAT’S WHERE SOMETHING IS REALLY HAPPENING. IT ISN’T HAPPENING IN THESE GALLERIES.


9. DOING THINGS IN THE STREET IS MORE POWERFUL THAN ART I THINK. BECAUSE ART HAS GOTTEN SO….I DON’T KNOW WHAT THE FUCK ART IS ABOUT NOW. IT DOESN’T DO ANYTHING. LIKE MALCOLM X SAID, IT’S LIKE NOVOCAINE. IT USED TO WAKE YOU UP BUT NOW IT PUTS YOU TO SLEEP. I THINK THAT ART NOW IS PUTTING PEOPLE TO SLEEP. THERE’S SO MUCH OF IT AROUND IN THIS TOWN THAT IT DOESN’T MEAN ANYTHING. THAT’S WHY THE ARTIST HAS TO BE VERY CAREFUL WHAT HE SHOWS AND WHEN HE SHOWS NOW. BECAUSE THE PEOPLE AREN’T REALLY LOOKING AT ART, THEY’RE LOOKING AT EACH OTHER AND EACH OTHER’S CLOTHES AND EACH OTHER’S HAIRCUTS.

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DAVID HAMMONS 1986 (via tigerway)

cc ejanefoto

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[swoon] ~visionary~

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(via jesuisperdu)

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O’Reilly vs. Stewart: The ugly truth about that white privilege debate

jesuisperdu:

We’re not going to convince O’Reilly and his demographic. We have to out-organize, out-vote and out-live them.”

(Source: imnotwordy)

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(Source: imnotwordy)

yimmyayo:

Christopher Wool

yimmyayo:

Christopher Wool

theclassyissue:

Ellen Claesson 

theclassyissue:

Ellen Claesson 

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