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~ There Is A Light That Never Goes Out - The Smiths

dirtyanddarling:

feelinglikeacriminal:

The Smiths || There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

And if a double-decker bus, crashes into us,
To die by your side is such a heavenly way to die.


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ginevrashay:

Silvermine Arts Center
New Canaan, CT
August 3 - September 14, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 2, 5-7pm

Curated by Ginevra Shay, Independant Curator and Program Manager, The Contemporary, Baltimore MD

Contemporary Cross Section presents a sample of the vibrant and challenging work being produced in Baltimore, MD. A wealth of media and methodologies are present, ranging from ceramics, painting, and photography, to new media, LED light works, and commercially fabricated carpet paintings. The abundance of materials and methods underscores the absence of any homogenized style or school to be found within the Baltimore arts. This fruitful proliferation is one of the key components of Baltimore’s art scene.

Space is another crucial factor for these artists. Not only the ample working space afforded by the city’s post-industrial landscape, but the space for aesthetic and conceptual mobility. Driven by artist-run spaces and DIY mentality, artists in Baltimore are freed from many of the constraints common to the more established art centers. This high degree of flexibility coupled with rigorous conceptual discourse are underlying factors that unify the artists in “Baltimore, Contemporary Cross Section.” 

Seth Adelsberger 
Daniel Conrad 
Molly Colleen O’Connell 
Alex Ebstein 
Lisa Dillin 
Andrew Laumann 
Hermonie Only
D’Metrius Rice 
Ryan Syrell 
Kyle Tata
David Ubias
Wickerham & Lomax (FKA Duox)

http://www.silvermineart.org/exhibition/baltimore-contemporary-cross-section

So excited to see this show once I get back, looks like a killer show.

ginevrashay:

Silvermine Arts Center
New Canaan, CT
August 3 - September 14, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 2, 5-7pm
Curated by Ginevra Shay, Independant Curator and Program Manager, The Contemporary, Baltimore MD
Contemporary Cross Section presents a sample of the vibrant and challenging work being produced in Baltimore, MD. A wealth of media and methodologies are present, ranging from ceramics, painting, and photography, to new media, LED light works, and commercially fabricated carpet paintings. The abundance of materials and methods underscores the absence of any homogenized style or school to be found within the Baltimore arts. This fruitful proliferation is one of the key components of Baltimore’s art scene.
Space is another crucial factor for these artists. Not only the ample working space afforded by the city’s post-industrial landscape, but the space for aesthetic and conceptual mobility. Driven by artist-run spaces and DIY mentality, artists in Baltimore are freed from many of the constraints common to the more established art centers. This high degree of flexibility coupled with rigorous conceptual discourse are underlying factors that unify the artists in “Baltimore, Contemporary Cross Section.” 
Seth Adelsberger 
Daniel Conrad 
Molly Colleen O’Connell 
Alex Ebstein 
Lisa Dillin 
Andrew Laumann 
Hermonie Only
D’Metrius Rice 
Ryan Syrell 
Kyle Tata
David Ubias
Wickerham & Lomax (FKA Duox)

So excited to see this show once I get back, looks like a killer show.


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~ duet - frankie cosmos

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cloistered as fuck

~ Promise - Alex G

dreamslow:

"Promise" by Alex G

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summer time sadness

michaelbussell:

Untitled III, 2014

dr00ling all over my friends is what I do best, Michael Bussell continues to amaze. beautiful. 

michaelbussell:

Untitled III, 2014

dr00ling all over my friends is what I do best, Michael Bussell continues to amaze. beautiful. 


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reality vs the situation

~ When I'm With You - Best Coast

beachriots:

Best Coast - When I’m With You


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