Dreams From Tartarus
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Dreams From Tartarus
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caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner
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man-and-camera:

stars amongst the storm ➾ Luke Gram
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wistfullycountry:

Sweet Cream Biscuits w/Plum Jam | Hummingbird High
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antithalamus:

Devendra Banhart & Ana Kras
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gthegentleman:

Ford
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nycartscene:

Opens April 11:“Submerged Motherlands” Swoon Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NYCBrooklyn-based artist Swoon creates a site-specific installation in Brooklyn Museum’s rotunda gallery, transforming it into a fantastic landscape centering on a monumental sculptural tree with a constructed environment at its base, including sculpted boats and rafts, figurative prints and drawings, and cut paper foliage. Often inspired by contemporary and historical events, Swoon engages with climate change in the installation as a response to the catastrophic Hurricane Sandy that struck the Atlantic Coast in 2012, and Doggerland, a landmass that once connected Great Britain and Europe and that was destroyed by a tsunami 8,000 years ago. photos from Swoon’s instagram.com/swoonhq
nycartscene:

Opens April 11:“Submerged Motherlands” Swoon Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NYCBrooklyn-based artist Swoon creates a site-specific installation in Brooklyn Museum’s rotunda gallery, transforming it into a fantastic landscape centering on a monumental sculptural tree with a constructed environment at its base, including sculpted boats and rafts, figurative prints and drawings, and cut paper foliage. Often inspired by contemporary and historical events, Swoon engages with climate change in the installation as a response to the catastrophic Hurricane Sandy that struck the Atlantic Coast in 2012, and Doggerland, a landmass that once connected Great Britain and Europe and that was destroyed by a tsunami 8,000 years ago. photos from Swoon’s instagram.com/swoonhq
nycartscene:

Opens April 11:“Submerged Motherlands” Swoon Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NYCBrooklyn-based artist Swoon creates a site-specific installation in Brooklyn Museum’s rotunda gallery, transforming it into a fantastic landscape centering on a monumental sculptural tree with a constructed environment at its base, including sculpted boats and rafts, figurative prints and drawings, and cut paper foliage. Often inspired by contemporary and historical events, Swoon engages with climate change in the installation as a response to the catastrophic Hurricane Sandy that struck the Atlantic Coast in 2012, and Doggerland, a landmass that once connected Great Britain and Europe and that was destroyed by a tsunami 8,000 years ago. photos from Swoon’s instagram.com/swoonhq
nycartscene:

Opens April 11:“Submerged Motherlands” Swoon Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NYCBrooklyn-based artist Swoon creates a site-specific installation in Brooklyn Museum’s rotunda gallery, transforming it into a fantastic landscape centering on a monumental sculptural tree with a constructed environment at its base, including sculpted boats and rafts, figurative prints and drawings, and cut paper foliage. Often inspired by contemporary and historical events, Swoon engages with climate change in the installation as a response to the catastrophic Hurricane Sandy that struck the Atlantic Coast in 2012, and Doggerland, a landmass that once connected Great Britain and Europe and that was destroyed by a tsunami 8,000 years ago. photos from Swoon’s instagram.com/swoonhq
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kateoplis:

"She was an absolute.”
Happy 99th, Billie.
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urgetocreate:

call-me-mogo:
Nigel Van Wieck, “Q Train”, from the Working Girl series, pastel on paper, 1990. Nigel Van Wieck is an American artist who lives and works in New York. (mistakenly attributed to Edward Hopper)