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a feature-length project inspired by Rilke's Fifth Duino Elegy

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Mummenschanz...#mummenschanz by williamcult

Two Works by Romeo Castellucci - Grants & Grantees - The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage

Two Works by Romeo Castellucci - GRANT

FringeArts presents the Philadelphia premieres of the second and third works in a trilogy by world-renowned experimental theater artist Romeo Castellucci at its 2013 and 2014 festivals.

The Abyss by Pietro Canonica, my favorite sculpture

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The Abyss by Pietro Canonica, my favorite sculpture

"We were dysfunctional, the therapist diagnosed; a deliberately destructive labyrinth of erotic power play, this push and pull. But soon we learned even our dysfunction was a function of love, that the mystery of turning madness into true love was nothing more than surrender, that we may rise above our terrors and encumberences, carried on the shoulders of an ideal greater than our best and worst selves. And that's how we've made it; that's how we make it." ~♧dammy o'

"We were dysfunctional, the therapist diagnosed; a deliberately destructive labyrinth of erotic power play, this push and pull. But soon we learned even our dysfunction was a function of love, that the mystery of turning madness into true love was nothing more than surrender, that we may rise above our terrors and encumberences, carried on the shoulders of an ideal greater than our best and worst selves. And that's how we've made it; that's how we make it." ~♧dammy o'

“We all wear masks and the time comes when we cannot remove them without removing our own skin.” ― André Berthiaume

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Image shared by Tori Holle. Find images and videos about photography, black and white and eyes on We Heart It - the app to get lost in what you love.

Boris Eifman: Rodin. Foto: Servicio de prensa

3 Factors To Consider Before Enrolling In Class - The Last Dancer

Finding the right class can be daunting, but it's not impossible. Among the sea of leotards and dance moms, there are options out there for grown-up who want the chance to dance without breaking the bank (or their back). While there's always a little bit of risk...

Le Murmure du Coquelicot  Extrait du spectacle Le Murmure du Coquelicot, de la compagnie les 7 doigts de la main.   Artistes : Suzanne Soler  Danica Gagnon-Plamondon   © Les 7 doigts de la main

Home Pole Dancing Classes - 6 Hours of 100 Pole Dancing Videos Lessons With One-on-One Coaching

Learn How To Pole Dance From Home With Amber's Pole Dancing Course. Why Pay More For Pricy Pole Dance Schools?

Como foram muitas imagens encontradas, resolvi separar o post em duas partes. E aqui está a parte 2 com mais imagens antigas encontradas na internet que vão te dar calafrios.

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Como foram muitas imagens encontradas, separei em duas partes com mais imagens antigas encontradas na internet que vão te dar calafrios.

Arno Breker working on his "Dionysos" sculpture in 1936. Unlike much of the other art on this list, the Nazis adored German sculptor Arno Breker. With his idealized masculine forms, he was a highly favored artist for public art commissioned by the Nazis. However, post World War II about 90% of that art was destroyed by the Allies.

10 of the Most Infamous Art Destructions of World War II

While the recent news of Cornelius Gurlitt’s cache of 1,400 Nazi-connected paintings is an astounding recovery of works long missing, the extent of irreparable cultural damage during World War II remains a gaping void of loss.

Anselm Kiefer, Lilith, 1996

Lilith, 1996 by Anselm Kiefer

Lilith, 1996 by Anselm Kiefer. Artwork Type: Painting;

Hiroshi Nonami, 2004

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Hiroshi Nonami, 2004