lonequixote:

Portrait of Ambroise Vollard ~ Pablo Picasso

lonequixote:

Portrait of Ambroise Vollard Pablo Picasso

by tumblr.lonequixote.com

Art and Anger. Marcio. Gelatin silver contact prints 4 x 5. 2014 

Art and Anger. Ruth (at Sally’s). Silver gelatin contact print from 4 x 5 negative. 2014. 

Art and Anger. Ruth (at Sally’s). Silver gelatin contact print from 4 x 5 negative. 2014. 

Abraham Bosse. L’homme fourré de malice. Etching. c 1634-1650. British Museum. 1868,0808.3280. 

Abraham Bosse. L’homme fourré de malice. Etching. c 1634-1650. British Museum. 1868,0808.3280. 

Art and Anger (collaboration with Marcio). Untitled. Photo collage and 4x5 contact print. 2014. 
Death and Homoeroticism 

Art and Anger (collaboration with Marcio). Untitled. Photo collage and 4x5 contact print. 2014. 

Death and Homoeroticism 

Art and Anger. Untitled. 4 x 5’s. Gelatin Silver Contact Prints. 2014. 

Rene Magritte. Philosopher’s Lamp. Oil on Canvas. Private Collection. 1936.

Rene Magritte. Philosopher’s Lamp. Oil on Canvas. Private Collection. 1936.


St. Louis Blues (1929) by Lost_Shangri_La_Horizon

Dudley Murphy, W.C. Handy, Bessie Smith. St. Louis Blues. 1929. 

Duke Ellington, Fred Waller, Milton Hockey, Fred Rath. Symphony in Black: A Rhapsody of Negro Life. 1935. 

Parmigianino. Priapus and Lotis. Pen and brown ink. 1518-1540. British Museum. T,11.48. 

Parmigianino. Priapus and Lotis. Pen and brown ink. 1518-1540. British Museum. T,11.48. 

Me. 

Me. 

by photokidsphotos

On why I buck it: Buck, BUCK, FUCK gender. I wear glitter in my beard. It’s about POWER. ME ME. I will take it have the power.

I was raped. My bodily autonomy was taken from my body, and shoved back in, and out, and in and out, until he made me/I CAME.  It’s about POWER. I had no power. Where did my power go? I’ve LOST my power. Power, power, where did you go?

Well let me tell you why I wear the glitter and my silks and satins. Let me tell you about my pink turtleneck and plastic earrings. LET ME TELL YOU:

My mother does NOT like my statements or my clothes. Shes Says that wearing non-normative clothing is a shallow political statement.  BUT But but her reaction is Visceral.  

On the street they take my power. They try. By grabbing grabbing taunting me. But they cannot. When I own my gender. When I take it in my control. I have the power. Power Power Power Power Power Power Power Power Power Power Power Power

spectralflesh:

Hadrian and Antinous.

spectralflesh:

Hadrian and Antinous.

"The demonstration, the latest in a string of controversies involving homosexuals at Yale, underscored the growing role of gay students as the school’s most militant minority group." New York Times, 1989

"The demonstration, the latest in a string of controversies involving homosexuals at Yale, underscored the growing role of gay students as the school’s most militant minority group." New York Times, 1989

phassa:

Signorelli, Luca - The Damned

phassa:

Signorelli, Luca - The Damned

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