Gabriele Münter: Portrait of Marianne Werefkin
Nature is an artist.
Due to heavy snowstorms and violent gusts of wind, the water of Lake Balaton froze in unusual, artistic forms all around the strands.
Photo by György Varga
Brigitte Helm, as Maria in Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, 1925.
Watch this masterpiece.
L’ECOLE CAMPAIGN VIDEO / MONICA JABLONCZKY
BY KRISZTIÁN ÉDER
Directed by Krisztian Eder
Make-up: Richard Fazekas @ L’école
Hair: Balint Almassy @ Close using Davines
Model: Monika jablonczky @ Visage
Music by Erik Satie - Gnossiennes
The Surrealist Group in Paris. 1930
From left to right: Tristan Tzara, Paul Edouard, André Breton, Hans Arp, Salvador Dalí, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, René Crevel, Man Ray.
Max Ernst: The Blessed Virgin Chastises the Infant Jesus Before Three Witnesses: A.B., P.E. and the Artist (1926)
Lars Von Trier: Dogville
Extraordinary. It’s food for brain and soul.
”I think the point to the film is that evil can arise anywhere, as long as the situation is right.”
”I can’t deny that I am by heart a socialist, and therefore the American system as I see it would make a situation like this more probable, maybe push people more quickly to the wrong side. My primitive view is that if a system is partly built on the idea that you are the maker of your own happiness, then of course poor people are miserable in the sense that they failed completely. Whereas in other countries, you might look at that more as a failure of the society.”
Lars Von Trier
Marina Abramovic and Ulay: Breathing In/Breathing out
To create Breathing In/Breathing Out the two artists devised a piece in which they connected their mouths and took in each other’s exhaled breaths until they had used up all of the available oxygen. Seventeen minutes after the beginning of the performance they both fell to the floor unconscious, their lungs having filled with carbon dioxide. This personal piece explored the idea of an individual’s ability to absorb the life of another person, exchanging and destroying it. (Wikipedia)