red-lipstick:

James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903, USA) - The Violet Note, 1886 Chalk, Pastels on Cardboard

red-lipstick:

James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903, USA) - The Violet Note, 1886 Chalk, Pastels on Cardboard

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(Fonte: birlybir)

(Reblogado de quase-virusardente)

When someone tells me they’re “not political”

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Claude Monet » Water Lilies 

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hijababeyonce:

Israel taking censorship to an entirely new level. 

The journalist Khalid Hamed and a paramedic by the name of Fuad Jaber were both directly targeted and killed by Israeli troops. 

The world may not know the truth yet, but we do. Thank you, Khalid. 

(Reblogado de hijababeyonce)
He may love you. He probably does. He probably thinks about you all the time. But that isn’t what matters. What matters is what he’s doing about it, and what he’s doing about it is nothing. And if he’s doing nothing, you most certainly shouldn’t do anything. You need someone who goes out of their way to make it obvious that they want you in their life.
this is really important (via dirtyberd)

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maihudson:

Pina Bausch, Tanzteather Wuppertal, 1973.
"It began with controversy; in 1973 Pina Bausch was appointed director of dance for the Wuppertal theatres and the form she developed in those early years, a mixture of dance and theatre, was wholly unfamiliar. In her performances the players did not merely dance; they spoke, sang - and sometimes they cried or laughed too. But this strange new work succeeded in establishing itself. […] Dance theatre evolved into a unique genre, inspiring choreographers throughout the world and influencing theatre and classical ballet too.” +

maihudson:

Pina Bausch, Tanzteather Wuppertal, 1973.

"It began with controversy; in 1973 Pina Bausch was appointed director of dance for the Wuppertal theatres and the form she developed in those early years, a mixture of dance and theatre, was wholly unfamiliar. In her performances the players did not merely dance; they spoke, sang - and sometimes they cried or laughed too. But this strange new work succeeded in establishing itself. […] Dance theatre evolved into a unique genre, inspiring choreographers throughout the world and influencing theatre and classical ballet too.” +

(Reblogado de maihudson)
red-lipstick:

Unknown Artist

red-lipstick:

Unknown Artist

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