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Edward Rogers and Thomas Sutcliffe

introducing constructional art (1970)

Edward Rogers and Thomas Sutcliffe

introducing constructional art (1970)

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House in Detroit’s Heidelberg Project.

House in Detroit’s Heidelberg Project.

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“My today and each of my yesterdays, my rises and falls, are so diverse that I sometimes feel as if I had lived not one, but several existences, each one different from the others.”

Stefan Zweig, from The World of Yesterday

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Louis Valtat

Flowers

Louis Valtat

Flowers

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Iowa Hills, Washington County Oregon
Ray Atkeson © 1968

Iowa Hills, Washington County Oregon

Ray Atkeson © 1968

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“(…) the sound of a barrel organ rising from the deepest golden vein of the day; two or three bars of a chorus, played on a distant piano over and over again, melting in the sun on the white pavement, lost in the fire of high noon.”

— Bruno Schulz from The Street of Crocodiles

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“Though we see the same world, we see it through different eyes.”

Three Guineas, Virginia Woolf

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Lemons and limes.

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