Bande à part / Ask Archive About Elsewhere
Glenn Gould, 1956 (photo by Jock Carroll)
Whatever causes night in our souls may leave stars.

Victor Hugo  
Subway. Buenos Aires (by Daniel Merle)
“In transit. I saw them. Just two kids in love. I got my 135 mm and made one shot”
I live by tangible experience and not by logical explanation.

Georges Bataille, L’Expérience intérieure  
Henri Matisse by Henri Cartier-Bresson
And then we never spoke again.

my 6 word story  
Jeanne Moreau, 1958

Dear you,


Gertrude Stein, from a
letter to Ernest Hemingway dated March 1922   
Nobuyoshi Araki, Scan from Yoko: The Works of Nobuyoshi Araki - 3, 1996.
"After the loss of his wife Yoko in 1990, taking photographs of the sky became a habitual practice for Araki. To the artist, the sky is a mirror reflecting his emotional state, and the ever-changing faces of the sky are a metaphor for the simple passing of the days- a similitude of life itself." kate-jam-and-diamonds:

backstage, by Nina Mouritzen
You take the things you love
and tear them apart,
or you pin them down with your body
and pretend they’re yours.

Richard Siken, from “A Primer for Small Weird Loves”  
Gerhard Richter Wolken
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