Posts Tagged ‘ Marx ’

Aphorisms II — Caesura

Eugène Atget, Jardin du Luxembourg, 1930. Duncan Miller Gallery

As Marx writes, “It is a matter of confession, no more. To have its sins forgiven mankind has only to declare them to be what they really are.”

Source: Aphorisms II — Caesura

In Praise of Meaningless Work | The New Republic

In Praise of Meaningless Work | The New Republic.

The Creepy New Wave of the Internet by Sue Halpern | The New York Review of Books

Penelope Umbrico/Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles

 

A detail of Penelope Umbrico’s Sunset Portraits from 11,827,282 Flickr Sunsets on 1/7/13, 2013. For the project, Umbrico searched the website Flickr for scenes of sunsets in which the sun, not the subject, predominated. The installation, consisting of two thousand 4 x 6 C-prints, explores the idea that ‘the individual assertion of “being here” is ultimately read as a lack of individuality when faced with so many assertions that are more or less all the same.’ A collection of her work, Penelope Umbrico (photographs), was published in 2011 by Aperture.

The Creepy New Wave of the Internet by Sue Halpern | The New York Review of Books.

Reading “Capital”: Introduction |3 quarks daily

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Reading “Capital”: Introduction |3 quarks daily

The Occupy Wall Street image that marks the end of the global consensus | Jonathan Jones | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

 

 

The Occupy Wall Street image that marks the end of the global consensus | Jonathan Jones | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk.