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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Broken Faces Series by TAKAHIRO KIMURA

“If I hold up the emotion of human being, which is so complicated and elusive, as theme of my work, the work will be unable to catch up with the emotion and the work will be undistinguished. Therefore, in a state of selfless, I command not feeling but solely my aesthetic sense and attempt to create my work. And then if you feel some complicated emotions of human beings are expressed out of my work [faces], it might be projections of what you have inside. The broken faces might be mirrors to reflect your emotions.” (cit. T.K.)

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Bolshoi’s The Nutcracker

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John Galliano Fall 2009

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Marjolein Caljouw

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Marjolein Caljouw

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anachoretique:

The Executioner’s Mask (iron mask), European, 17th-18th century.Artist: UnknownThe Executioner’s Mask is probably part of a scold’s bridle, this iron mask was exhibited in the 19th century alongside the block and axe in the Tower of London and described as an executioner’s mask.© The Board of Trustees of the Armouries

anachoretique:

The Executioner’s Mask (iron mask), European, 17th-18th century.
Artist: Unknown
The Executioner’s Mask is probably part of a scold’s bridle, this iron mask was exhibited in the 19th century alongside the block and axe in the Tower of London and described as an executioner’s mask.

© The Board of Trustees of the Armouries

Etiquetas: #Philip Govedare