art-library:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Flower of Life II.

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streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna
streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna
Location : Downtown Los Angeles
Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette
Good times shooting with Yumna

streetetiquette:

Photographer ; Yumna

Location : Downtown Los Angeles

Subject : Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette

Good times shooting with Yumna

isqineeha:

Self Portrait (1977) - Palestinian Artist SAMIRA BADRAN
isqineeha:

Self Portrait (1977) - Palestinian Artist SAMIRA BADRAN

isqineeha:

Self Portrait (1977) - Palestinian Artist SAMIRA BADRAN

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isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.
isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.
isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.
isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.
isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.
isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.
isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.
With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.
Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.
An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.

isqineeha:

Nation Estate (2012) - Palestinian Artist LARISSA SANSOUR

The Nation Estate project consists of a 9-minute sci-fi short film and a photo series offering a clinically dystopian, yet humorous approach to the deadlock in the Middle East.

With its glossy mixture of computer generated imagery, live actors and an arabesque electronica soundtrack, the Nation Estate film explores a veritcal solution to Palestinian statehood. Palestinians have their state in the form of a single skyscraper: the Nation Estate. One colossal high-rise houses the entire Palestinian population - now finally living the high life.

Each city has its own floor: Jerusalem on the 13th floor, Ramallah on the 14th, Sansour’s native Bethlehem on the 21st and so on. Intercity trips previously marred by checkpoints are now made by elevator. Aiming for a sense of belonging, the lobby of each floor reenacts iconic squares and landmarks. - LS

This was the series in which images from it where banned and withdrawn for being considered “too pro-palestinian" by French fashion giants Lacoste during the Lacoste Elysée Prize.

An excerpt from the video can be viewed here.

(via nolandwithoutstones)

huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone
"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 


huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone
"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 


huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone
"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 


huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone
"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 


huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone
"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 


huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone
"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 

huffingtonpost:

Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone

"I think the act of carrying something that is normally found in our bedroom out into the light is supposed to mirror the way I’ve talked to the media and talked to different news channels, etc," Emma continues in the full video which you can watch here. 

(via materialworld)

mujeresartistas:

#MujeresArtistas: Gertrude Käsebier - Allegory of Marriage (1915).

fyeahwomenartists:

Sophia Flood
Primordial, 2013
Acrylic, gouache, and collage on canvas on panel