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Galería Moriarty :: Chema Madoz

Galería Moriarty :: Chema Madoz

La poesía visual de Chema Madoz expuesta en La Pedrera

amospoe: “ “I love every bone in their heads.” – Eugene O’Neill (photo: chema madoz) ”

Follow the Dots | Black Out Poetry | C.B. Wentworth

Follow The Dots

- - - Black out poetry: c. 2015 Source: The Saint Intervenes by Leslie Charteris More Black Out Poetry

Benedict

"I think Sherlock's biggest fear is loss of control" - Benedict Cumberbatch.

“Where do we belong? We’re not normal Cassandra...you can see a ghost for goodness sake! I can see these things, these monsters. Can we live like this?”

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Kerouac's New York ... this makes me want to re-read Visions of Cody before we go.

Literary Tourism: Jack Kerouac’s New York

Joyce Johnson with Jack Kerouac at the Greenwich Village bar 'A Kettle of Fish'. Cover for her book "Minor Characters" - an account of her relationship with Kerouac and the role of women in the male-dominated beat movement.

Chema Madoz

Untitled by Spanish photographer Chema Madoz via Robert Klein Gallery

1965: Beat poet and counterculture leader Allen Ginsberg expounds on the flower power concept (the potency of flowers as a visual spectacle) while helping organize a November protest against the Vietnam War in Berkeley, California.

How Flower Power Worked

Beat poet and counterculture leader Allen Ginsberg expounds on the flower power concept (the potency of flowers as a visual spectacle) while helping organize a November protest against the Vietnam War in Berkeley, California.

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