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CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY (April 16, 2016)
COLETTE SAINT YVES (April 22, 2014)
CLARENCE JOHN LAUGHLIN (March 12, 2014)
KRIST MORT (December 17, 2013)
TOMMY NEASE (August 27, 2013)
ELLEN ROGERS (August 7, 2013)
ALEXANDER BINDER (February 17, 2010)
RIK GARRETT (rikgarrett.tumblr.com)

Affaires courantes :


'Adrian' by JEREMY COHEN©

KARL FRIEDRICH THIELE 'The entrance of the queen of the night' (1819)

KARL FRIEDRICH THIELE ‘The entrance of the queen of the night’ (1819)


'Adrian' by JEREMY COHEN©

© Jeremy Cohen


VLADIMIR SKODA 'Untitled' (1988)

VLADIMIR SKODA ‘Untitled’ (1988)


HASHED OUT

HASHED OUT 'Cosmic Pessimism' 12" à venir sur L'Oeil du Tigre (ODT-030)

HASHED OUT 'Cosmic Pessimism' (2016)

HASHED OUT ‘Cosmic Pessimism’ 12″ à venir sur L’Oeil du Tigre (ODT-030). Cover photo JEREMY F. COHEN (jeremyfcohen.com). Model ADRIAN ZGEB.
Artwork & layout by HASHED OUT avec l’aimable collaboration de l’Abbatiale de la LITURGIE APOCRYPHE.


HASHED OUT 'Cosmic Pessimism' (2016)

HASHED OUT 'Cosmic shirt'

HASHED OUT par Martin Blondeau
photo MARTIN BLONDEAU





SOMBRE & AMER, Arbor, été MMXVI




SOMBRE & AMER, 'Arbor' été MMXVI

Nouvelle saveur pour SOMBRE & AMER à venir cet été


SOMBRE & AMER, Arbor, été MMXVI

Artax

AnarCHIE

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY


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KRIST MORT (December 17, 2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Beautiful Corpse' (2012-2013)

MIA-JANE HARRIS 'Everyone can have that resurrection'

MIA-JANE HARRIS
London & Kent, UK.


‘My art delves into the curious, fascinatingly odd and morbidly beautiful. The idea of intriguing the viewers and pulling them in to my world with strange objects and morbid curios to manipulate peoples’ emotions on the subject of mortality – life, death & resurrection. My artwork challenges the inevitability of our disappearance after death by preventing decay and rescuing ‘junk’. I give a second life, an artistic resurrection, to deceased animals and second hand objects with the hope that in return this second chance I give them will help me live on through these creations when I am gone.’


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The Dead (2010) de JACK BURMAN (September 13, 2011)
At the Hour of Our Death by photographer SARAH SUDHOFF (October 29, 2010)

Basilica di Diponto (2016) by EDOARDO TRESOLDI

Basilica di Diponto (2016) by EDOARDO TRESOLDI

Basilica di Diponto (2016) by EDOARDO TRESOLDI

Basilica di Diponto (2016) by EDOARDO TRESOLDI

Basilica di Diponto (2016) by EDOARDO TRESOLDI

Basilica di Diponto (2016) by EDOARDO TRESOLDI

“The work of EDOARDO TRESOLDI appears as a majestic architecture sculpture able to tell the volumes of existing early Christian Church and at the same time able to vivify, updating it, the relationship between the ancient and the contemporary. A work that, breaking up the secular controversy of the arts primacy, summarizes two complementary languages ​​into a single, breathtaking scenery.” – Simone Pallotta, Curator


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Luminarie De Cagna: A Cathedral Made from 55,000 LED Lights (January 31, 2012)

Liturgie Apocryphe

"The production of nervous force is directly connected with the diet of an individual, and its refining depends on the very purity of this diet, allied to appropriate breathing exercises.

The diet most calculated to act effectively on the nervous force is that which contains the least quantity of animal matter; therefore the Pythagorean diet, in this connection, is the most suitable.

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The main object was to avoid introducing into the organism what Descartes called 'animal spirits'. Thus, all animals that had to serve for the nourishment of the priests were slaughtered according to special rites, they were not murdered, as is the case nowadays".