October 1, 2014
luzfosca:

Fritz Henle, Cleaning woman in MOMA, 1950s
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luzfosca:

Fritz Henle, Cleaning woman in MOMA, 1950s

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(via bzanetti)

October 1, 2014
Fred Lonidier, Surveillance, MFA Exhibition, University of California, San Diego, 1972

Fred Lonidier, Surveillance, MFA Exhibition, University of California, San Diego, 1972

(Source: visarts.ucsd.edu)

October 1, 2014
Paul Thek, Ark, 1972 — documenta 5, Kassel

Paul Thek, Ark, 1972 — documenta 5, Kassel

September 30, 2014
Edgar Arceneaux, A Book and a Medal: Disentanglement Equals Homogenous Abstractions, 2014, Installation view

Edgar Arceneaux, A Book and a Medal: Disentanglement Equals Homogenous Abstractions, 2014, Installation view

September 30, 2014
KP Brehmer, Untitled, 1965 — offset print

KP Brehmer, Untitled, 1965 — offset print

(Source: macba.cat)

September 29, 2014
Salon d’Automne, 1905

Salon d’Automne, 1905

September 29, 2014
Kwiekulik, Siewierz: A Plate and Activities with Mercury, 1975/2011 

Kwiekulik, Siewierz: A Plate and Activities with Mercury, 1975/2011 

(Source: rastergallery.com)

September 28, 2014
"…we defend the necessity of utopia as the durable record of proletarian subjectivity — an image encompassing all promises made to it and all memories of its past. It is only in view of this image, utopia, that the proletariat is able to maintain a relationship with its impossibility as a class. It is of its own nothingness, ultimately, that value thinks when “thinking its own sublation” — as in, ‘We would be nothing without capital.’ Communism is the movement that makes this nothing into everything."

Night Workers, Notes on Marxist Art History [via Third Rail Quarterly]

September 28, 2014
Giovanni Michelucci, Stazione Santa Maria Novella, Florence 1933 — exhibition of designs

Giovanni Michelucci, Stazione Santa Maria Novella, Florence 1933 — exhibition of designs

September 28, 2014
Gustave Courbet, Pavilion of Exposition Courbet, Place d’Alma, Exposition Universelle, 1867

Gustave Courbet, Pavilion of Exposition Courbet, Place d’Alma, Exposition Universelle, 1867

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