Crank up your nostalgia 

turecepcja:

Jenny Saville - Gagosian Gallery

The Mothers, 2011
Oil on canvas

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likeafieldmouse:

Carl Andre - Cedar Piece (1959)

The dominate narrative of the Muslim woman in the Western discourse from about the eighteenth century to the present basically states,often in quite sophisticated ways,that the Muslim woman is innately oppressed;it produces Muslim women who affirm this statement by being either submissive nonentities or rebellious renegades-rebellious against their own Islamic world,and conforming to Western gender roles.Their oppression is often figured as sexual submission or rebellion. It is produced mainly in ways that are pleasurable from a heterosexual male perspective,and that rationalize and justify Western interests in the material domination of the Islamic World

— Western Representations of the Muslim Woman From Termagant to Odalisque [p177] (via timirsho)

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Poster child of pop consumption #mileybuns

Susan Holmes and Tyra Banks wearing Oldham clothes in NYC 1993

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blackfashion:

Riley Montana
i-D Magazine - S/S 2014
Photographer - Daniel Jackson

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pet-grief:

blue hill - edit by ellie  
Georgia O’Keeffe

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raveneuse:

Yue Minjun, Idol Series No. 008, 1996.

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Ben Allen for Optology Magazine #3, ph. Harry Carr

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