vogue:

From the Archives: Coats in Vogue
Photographed by Craig McDean, Vogue, October 2012
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vogue:

From the Archives: Coats in Vogue

Photographed by Craig McDean, Vogue, October 2012

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[Lindsay] Lohan plays Taylor as a cross between a scheming gold digger and Lucy Ricardo

Nathan Rabin watched Liz & Dick so you can read all about it without ever needing to see it.

theavc:

[Lindsay] Lohan plays Taylor as a cross between a scheming gold digger and Lucy Ricardo

Nathan Rabin watched Liz & Dick so you can read all about it without ever needing to see it.

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VOGUE- Online Fashion Week Countdown Begins

VOGUE- Online Fashion Week Countdown Begins

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Lady Mary Charteris and Robbie Furze’s wedding, with ring-bearer Alfie.Photographed by Rachel Chandler, Vogue, December 2012
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Lady Mary Charteris and Robbie Furze’s wedding, with ring-bearer Alfie.

Photographed by Rachel Chandler, Vogue, December 2012

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architectural-review:

Cotton Harvesting House
India Textile Factory/Temple

architectural-review:

Cotton Harvesting House

India Textile Factory/Temple

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continues thru Dec 15: “White Paintings” Richard PrinceSkarstedt Gallery, 20 E. 79th St., NYC (near Madison Ave) Prince’s White Paintings are raw and energetic in comparison to his more straightforward “re-photographs” of the 1970s and the Monochromatic Jokes of the 1980s. In the White Paintings, handwritten and printed jokes mingle with gestural marks, silkscreened imagery, and graphic fragments all strewn across a white-pigmented backdrop. Prince’s hand is present in these works with their painterly white texture, spirited whorls, and handwritten jokes. In this series, he uses appropriation in a different fashion as he evokes the work of the great American painters of the 1950s such as Cy Twombly and Robert Rauschenberg.

nycartscene:

continues thru Dec 15:

White Paintings
 Richard Prince

Skarstedt Gallery, 20 E. 79th St., NYC (near Madison Ave)

Prince’s White Paintings are raw and energetic in comparison to his more straightforward “re-photographs” of the 1970s and the Monochromatic Jokes of the 1980s. In the White Paintings, handwritten and printed jokes mingle with gestural marks, silkscreened imagery, and graphic fragments all strewn across a white-pigmented backdrop. Prince’s hand is present in these works with their painterly white texture, spirited whorls, and handwritten jokes. In this series, he uses appropriation in a different fashion as he evokes the work of the great American painters of the 1950s such as Cy Twombly and Robert Rauschenberg.

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