antirecords:

"My reality needs imagination like a bulb needs a socket. My imagination needs reality like a blind man needs a cane."  - Tom Waits

antirecords:

"My reality needs imagination like a bulb needs a socket. My imagination needs reality like a blind man needs a cane."  - Tom Waits

"I realize that I have begun to view the work itself as being either intentionally or unconsciously produced expressly to cater to the 1%. I go into a gallery now and—rightly or wrongly—immediately think, “inoffensive tchotchkes for billionaires and the museums they fund.” I can’t see the work or any ideas behind most of it anymore—if there even are any."

David Byrne

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Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer 

Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer 

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newyorker:

The Bronx-born photographer Lisa Leone began taking pictures of hip-hop artists she knew in her teens and twenties. Today, her work offers a look back at some of hip-hop’s biggest names when they were just getting their start.

Photographs by Lisa Leone

Autumn Amore Chicago, IL
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Autumn Amore 
Chicago, IL

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Zoe, Chicago, IL
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Zoe, 
Chicago, IL

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Arielle in vintage outerwear, Chicago, IL
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Arielle in vintage outerwear, 
Chicago, IL

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Madi, Chicago, IL
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Madi,
Chicago, IL

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artphotocollector:

"…once the needle goes in, it never comes out."—Larry Clark 

A lot has changed in American culture since the publication in 1971 of Larry Clark’s classic photobook, Tulsa. Today, these images, while still unsettling, have gone completely mainstream. In the world of 2014, one can see the entire series now on display, along with “Celebrating Smokey the Bear,” at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA. I’m sure Mr. Clark would be pleased.

For over 40 years Tulsa has been a touchstone for aspiring photographers and documentarians. It will stand the test of time because the depiction of the truth will always connect with each generation exploring photography and storytelling. Critical acclaim and analyses will come and go as fashions and ideas change, but Tulsa will continue to remind us that the human capacity for sharing self-destruction and excess never goes away. Each generation lives and learns its own lessons.—Lane Nevares

Joshua  Chicago, IL. www.donhorne.com

Joshua
Chicago, IL.
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Portrait of musician Jaik Willis.

Portrait of musician Jaik Willis.


PAPER MAGAZINE:What was it  that made you succeed when many other pioneers did not? 
JOHN WATERS: LSD?

PAPER MAGAZINE:What was it  that made you succeed when many other pioneers did not?

JOHN WATERS: LSD?

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Kelsey with Ray Ban’s, shot by Don Horne.

Kelsey with Ray Ban’s, shot by Don Horne.

Sophie, shot by Don Horne.

Sophie, shot by Don Horne.

shihlun:

Photographer Nobuyoshi Araki and filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, 1992.

shihlun:

Photographer Nobuyoshi Araki and filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, 1992.

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