Miami Herald: Miami artist Maximo Caminero picked up, threw down, and thoroughly smashed a $1 million piece of work at the city’s gleaming new art museum on the bay.
Zhe said he did it to protest the type of artists showcased at Pérez Art Museum Miami. A security guard saw him hoist the…
tissues for the ice dancers
photography by getty images
In Kerala, three religions coexist peacefully: 55% Hindu, 25% Muslim, 20% Catholic. Cochin, within one of the 80 rehabilitation centers voluntary management present throughout the country, a patient prays on his bunk.
LenTextile was destroyed by the earthquake in 1988. Only the hostel, that once housed the workers, remained partially undamaged. About 20 women, former workers of the plant, still live here in misery
A former textile worker wanders somberly through the corridors of the hostel. The hostel, which used to accommodate workers at Gyumri’s LenTextile factory, was badly damaged in the earthquake in 1988. The plant now is long closed, but 20 or
so families, almost exclusively women, still live in the hostel without men or a wage-earner.
Annalisa Natali Murri
Bill Owens, from the series Suburbia, 1973
"My dad thinks it’s a good idea to take all the leaves off the tree and rake up the yard. I think he’s crazy."
The gallery is worth a look through. (via @Instagram)
Cameron Evans holds up a goose he shot on the last day of duck hunting season, Tangier Island, Virginia, January 2014.
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