A fantastic photo ot twins. Sources are unclear if the photographer was/is Diane Arbus (1923-1971) or Chadwick Tyler. I think that it is more in Arbus’ style, but who can be sure.
NEW YORK, NY – CIRCA 1968: Diane Arbus poses for a portrait in the Automat at Sixth Avenue between 41st & 42nd Street in New York, New York circa 1968. (Photo by Roz Kelly/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) Diane Arbus (1923–1971) was one of the most original and influential photographers of the twentieth century. Noted for photographs of marginalized people—dwarfs, giants, transgender people, nudists, circus performers —and others whose normality was perceived by the general populace as ugly or surreal. She took her own life.
Diane Arbus. Self portrait. Pregnant.
Photo by Josef Breitenbach (1896–1984): Dr Riegler, J Greno, Munich, 1933. Breitenbach was Jewish and had to flee towards the end to Paris, where he lived for 6 years before fiinding his way to America. : Dr Riegler, J Greno, and Joseph were best friends and took many photos together.
J.Greno and Josef. 1933
More Reigler and J.Greno. Intimate!
The amazing Frida Kahlo, 1907–1954, Mexican artist and one of Mexico’s icons even today. Strong as nails.
Dali and Frida.
Her short life was filled with great physical suffering and incredible creativity.
Where to begin? Pick a book, any book, and start at the beginning….“I had found my religion: nothing seemed more important to me than a book. I saw the library as a temple.” — Jean-Paul Sartre
Book Shop Bordeaux France Photo: Dieter Krehbiel
Before the internet, creativity could only be found in a metal box like this.
David Seymour : Françoise Sagan, St. Tropez, France, 195
LIV TYLER Ellen von Unwerth
Cigar, whiskey, and thou…who the fuck needs Shakespeare?
Wine, woman, where is the bread?
Paris, I love the city and the people!
Bordeaux. I know this place. Photo: Dieter Krehbiel
Captivating. All you need to know to understand Shakespeare!
A photographer in her underwear.
Kids may seem more vulnerable than adults, but they are amazingly resilient. And they come with batteries that never seem to discharge completely….
Legs. Pretty face. Black and White.
Relationships should never begin with a question that has such a simple answer!
I have this strange effect on women. by Marc Rivière From ‘Up & Down, Paris 1999.
Richard Feynman. In English, please!