A woolly hatted sperm-head takes 70% of her fee . . .
I had too much of everything and Everything was using me up.
Emmet Gowin’s 1971 portrait of his wife, Edith, peeing in a barn seems to repel clichés—about love and intimacy, artist and muse, public and private—as an amulet repels evil spirits. >More about The most intimate photograph< © Rivenrod 2017
“Before you know kindness as the deepest thing inside, you must know sorrow as the other deepest thing.” From the poem Kindness. Perhaps we must travel through this period of anxiety, fear, hatred and anger before we can emerge stronger and kinder people. Or, must we also learn the cleansing properties of hatred, pure hatred, […]
Extraordinary, evocative paintings by Spanish master Dino Valls