photo by Marianna Rothen
Marianna Rothen was born in Canada and lives in New York City.
She uses the esthetic qualities of cinema from the 60’s and 70’s to stage images of women in landscapes of emotional disquiet. She further animates her still photographs into moving narratives of her goddesses.
Her work has been exhibited in Paris, Sydney and New York. She currently has an exhibition at the Hendershot Gallery with Shannon Plumb.
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Adelaide Hanscom, 1900.
Lev Rudnev, “City of the Future”, 1927
Amazing how Lev Rudnev’s building in “City of the Future”, drawn in 1927, resembles present-day Toronto condo towers. Rudnev was a soviet practictioner of Stalinist architecture.
shout-out to 18 Brunswick
love a reckless embrace, if for a moment I feel refreshingly irrelevant.
Snowdrops from Double Dutch Series by Deborah Paauwe, 2002
Time’s Last Gift
illustration by Peter Tybus
In celebration of the greatest athletic achievement by a man on a psychedelic journey!
No Mas and artist James Blagden proudly present the animated tale of Dock Ellis’ legendary LSD no-hitter
Did I post this already? probably.