Sunday, October 19, 2014
jenmann:

"wallflower" - 60"x90" - oil on canvas - Jen Mann
for my show “Q&A” november 20 in toronto at NSC
www.jenmann.com

jenmann:

"wallflower" - 60"x90" - oil on canvas - Jen Mann

for my show “Q&A” november 20 in toronto at NSC

www.jenmann.com

magictransistor:

Hannah Höch. Collage. 1920s-1930s.

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Saturday, October 18, 2014
moviesludge:

life at last! salutations from the other side

moviesludge:

life at last! salutations from the other side

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
salesonfilm:

French poster for The Haunting (Robert Wise, 1963); designed by Roger Soubie

salesonfilm:

French poster for The Haunting (Robert Wise, 1963); designed by Roger Soubie

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
dwnsy:

Frida Kahlo (1907.07.06-1954.07.13)

dwnsy:

Frida Kahlo (1907.07.06-1954.07.13)

Sunday, October 12, 2014

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feministlibrary:

becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Anni Albers

Born in 1899, German-American artist and designer Anni Albers is best known as one of the most important textile designers of the 20th century. Trained in the legendary Bauhaus where women were only able to study in a few disciplines, Albers took up the innovative weaving techniques that she would become known for. After marrying abstract artist and fellow Bauhaus student Josef Albers in 1925, the two stayed on at the school as teachers. After the Nazis shutdown the school in 1933, the Albers fled to America where they moved to North Caroline to teach at Black Mountain College. In 1949, Anni Albers became the first weaver to be featured in a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) in New York. 

To learn more about Anni Albers, check out the following resources:

Feminist Library 

hereyoudealwithit:

Intertitle from The Cat and the Canary (1927)

hereyoudealwithit:

Intertitle from The Cat and the Canary (1927)

silentintertitles:

From The Cat and the Canary (1927)

silentintertitles:

From The Cat and the Canary (1927)

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Saturday, October 11, 2014

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Sunday, October 5, 2014

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moviemezzanine:

OVERVIEW: David Fincher
by Movie Mezzanine Staff
Even now, 10 features into his career, David Fincher’s status in the cinematic firmament is still very much up in the air, with each new film of his offering yet another opportunity to take stock and either confirm or revise one’s impressions of this distinctive filmmaker. Great new auteur or merely a supreme visual stylist? Or somewhere in between? Whatever position one takes on his worth as an artist, one thing is for sure: Fincher has come a long way since the early days of his career, when he was known simply as yet another television-commercial and music-video wunderkind (along with, say, Spike Jonze, Mark Pellington, Michel Gondry, and others) taking some bold stabs at feature-film directing. As he is still alive and kicking, any retrospective of the sort on which we are about to embark is inherently a work in progress. Nevertheless, on the eve of the release of his latest feature,Gone Girl, it’s worth cutting through the hype and taking clear-eyed stock of his body of work up to this point, through all of its technically precise, thematically grim, and blackly satirical thickets.
Click here for our full overview of the filmography of David Fincher

Hey check it, I made this illustration about David Fincher characters and then cool people wrote about his films underneath it.

moviemezzanine:

OVERVIEW: David Fincher

by Movie Mezzanine Staff

Even now, 10 features into his career, David Fincher’s status in the cinematic firmament is still very much up in the air, with each new film of his offering yet another opportunity to take stock and either confirm or revise one’s impressions of this distinctive filmmaker. Great new auteur or merely a supreme visual stylist? Or somewhere in between? Whatever position one takes on his worth as an artist, one thing is for sure: Fincher has come a long way since the early days of his career, when he was known simply as yet another television-commercial and music-video wunderkind (along with, say, Spike Jonze, Mark Pellington, Michel Gondry, and others) taking some bold stabs at feature-film directing. As he is still alive and kicking, any retrospective of the sort on which we are about to embark is inherently a work in progress. Nevertheless, on the eve of the release of his latest feature,Gone Girl, it’s worth cutting through the hype and taking clear-eyed stock of his body of work up to this point, through all of its technically precise, thematically grim, and blackly satirical thickets.

Click here for our full overview of the filmography of David Fincher

Hey check it, I made this illustration about David Fincher characters and then cool people wrote about his films underneath it.