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October 04 2013

Tadeusz_Wielecki : « Beethoven est un produit de masse ! »

#Tadeusz_Wielecki : « Beethoven est un produit de masse ! »

Marcin Zralek

Il orchestre depuis 15 ans l’un des plus prestigieux festival des #Musiques contemporaines en Europe et le trouve toujours aussi « addictif ». Le #compositeur Tadeusz Wielecki a presque l’âge de l’#Automne_de_Varsovie qu’il dirige -la soixantaine ou presque. #portrait d’un partisan radical de la (...)

#Portraits #Pologne #directeur_de_festival #musique

August 06 2013

No comment ! L'image dit tout... Je salue le courage du Courrier !

No comment ! L’image dit tout...
Je salue le courage du Courrier !

#ITALIE. Silvio #Berlusconi salue 1500 de ses partisans, rassemblés dimanche devant sa résidence romaine.
Ils sont venus soutenir l’ ancien premier ministre, condamné à un an de prison pour fraude fiscale. M. Berlusconi a promis « de continuer à se battre », mais a exclu un retrait de son parti de la coalition gouvernementale gauche-droite, mise en péril par le jugement.
M. Berlusconi semble espérer un compromis lui permettant d ’être candidat aux prochaines législatives.
En cas d échec, il pourrait déclencher une crise politique et provoquer des élections anticipées en octobre.

#portrait #photo #photographie #photojournalisme

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May 07 2012

Die Lochkartenstanzerin

Woman operating the card puncher, ca. 1950

This is a card puncher, an integral part of the tabulation system used by the United States Census Bureau to compile the thousands of facts gathered by the Bureau. Holes are punched in the card according to a prearranged code transferring the facts from the census questionaire into statistics.

(Gefunden bei U.S. National Archives | via Scanzen)

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April 19 2012

April 17 2012

Ein Korb voll Licht

Flor Garduño: “‘Canasta de luz, Guatemala” | Die Wikipedia über die mexikanische Fotokünstlerin Flor Garduño (* 1957).

(Gefunden bei Couleur)

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April 03 2012


March 30 2012

March 18 2012

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1930: (left to right, back row) Paul Eluard, Jean Arp, Yves Tanguy, Rene Crevel ; (front row) Tristan Tzara, Andre Breton, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, Man Ray
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December 28 2011

Art review: 'The Renaissance Portrait from Donatello to Bellini' -

NorthJersey.comArt review: 'The Renaissance Portrait from Donatello to Bellini'NorthJersey.comMetropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave. at 82nd Street; 212-535-7710 or metmuseum. org. Through March 18.

//oAnth - original source:

June 29 2011

Huxley in Öl

Vanessa Bell: Aldous Huxley (1931)

Vanessa Bell (1879-1961) war eine englische Malerin und Innenarchitektin. Sie gehörte der Bloomsbury Group an. | Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) war ein britischer Schriftsteller, der in die Vereinigten Staaten auswanderte. Er entstammt väterlicherseits der Familie Huxley, die mehrere Wissenschaftler hervorbrachte, und mütterlicherseits der britischen Intellektuellenfamilie Arnold.

(Gefunden bei i12bent)

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RTFM: Hallo LulzSec, mal Bakunin lesen

Michail Alexandrowitsch Bakunin (1814–1876) war ein russischer Revolutionär und Anarchist. Er gilt als einer der einflussreichsten Denker der anarchistischen Bewegung und als deren erster Organisator.


(Gefunden bei i12bent)

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June 08 2011

0515 4077


Henri Cartier-Bresson. Roland Barthes, 1963

“From the Desk of Roland Barthes” by Ben Kafka:
In this essay, the author examines a brief account by the historian Jacques Le Goff of Roland Barthes’s years as an administrator in the Sixth Section of the École Pratique des Hautes Études (which eventually became the EHESS). This account provides an opportunity for a more sustained reflection on writing, paperwork, and the problem of the materiality of communication. The author argues that some recent scholarship in book history, media studies, and related fields has neglected the unconscious dimensions of communication.

(via proustitute)


// oAnth




The editors had invited him to take part in a forum on how writers were taking to the portable tape recorder: did he ever dictate to the machine? He answers with a firm no:


I love to write, and not speak, and when I write it’s by hand, not on a typewriter. Several factors contribute to this choice. First there is a refusal: my body refuses to speak out loud to . . . nobody. Unless I’m certain that another body is listening to me, my voice gets stuck, I can’t get it out. If, in a conversation, I notice that that somebody isn’t listening to me, I stop speaking, and it is simply beyond my power to leave a message on an answering machine (I don’t think I’m alone in this). Voices are made to reach out to the other; to speak alone, with a tape recorder, strikes me as terribly frustrating. My voice is literally cut off (castrated). There is nothing to be done, it is impossible for me to be on the receiving end of my own voice, which is the only thing the tape recorder has to offer me. My writing, meanwhile, is immediately destined for everybody. Its slow pace protects me: I have the time to dangle the wrong word from the tip of my pen, the word that “spontaneity” never ceases to generate. There is a great distance between my head and my hand and I take advantage of it in order to avoid saying the first thing that comes to me. Finally, and this is probably the real reason, the challenge of tracing words on paper has a truly sculptural jouissance [une véritable jouissance plastique]. If my voice brings me pleasure, that is only out of narcissism. Writing comes from my muscles. I abandon [jouis] myself to a kind of manual labor. I combine two “arts”: the textual and the graphic.

Here, we might say, is the reductio ad minimum at its most minimalist. And yet isn’t something missing here?


May 13 2011


May 11 2011

May 09 2011

6766 66bf


Gas up the Merc, pack the bags and crank the radio cuz we’re going on a road trip…

I’m going to say it’s a Saab 96 Wagon.

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April 22 2011


April 17 2011


1892 portrait of August Strindberg by Edvard Munch in collection of Moderna Museet, Stockholm; (uncertain of original source for jpeg)

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