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Wolfgang Tillmans, speaking at LACMA in 2011.
I got him to sign my copy of Neu Welt a couple of months ago. He was really, really proud of the design.
CMW, cooking up something good at the kitchen table.
Leonard Knight and his life’s work, 2010.
let’s crash this party for the lord
Advice from 2009: Don’t read this book in a parked SUV with no A/C at a truck stop in West Texas in the middle of the night because you can’t sleep and don’t want to pay for another dumb hotel room.
Read it during the day with a gentle cup of ice cold in East Texas, and try to feel safe and separate from all the nightmares that plague poor Malcolm.
Crash graduation and feel all the feelings for free.
One step after the next, step after step, a familiar place takes form, accompanied by the sound of footfalls. While my body and soul are so steeped in the everyday that I might drown, still I somehow manage to earn a living, have tea or a drink with friends, experience new meetings and partings with an indeterminate array of individuals, all colored with feelings of happiness or sadness or anger. — Shigeo Gocho
I’m reading Setting Sun: Writings by Japanese Photographers for school. Sentences translated from Japanese to English always read like poetry, in a bad way and a good way, full of unexpected pauses and diction. How much irony is in that second line?
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Spring feels so fragile and tenuous.