The film, co-directed by Kelly and Stanley Donen, was made in CinemaScope and Eastmancolor. Although well received critically at the time, it was not a commercial success, and is widely regarded as the last of the major MGM dance oriented musicals. In recent years it has been recognized as a seminal film because of the inventiveness of its dance routines.
It's Always Fair Weather is noted for its downbeat theme, which may have hurt it at the box office, and has been called a rare "cynical musical".
a boy smelling faintly of heather staring up at your window
the passion that enlightens and stills and cultivates, gone
while I sought your face to be familiar in the blueness
or to follow your sharp whistle around a corner into my light
that was love growing fainter each time you failed to appear
I spent my whole self searching love which I thought was you
it was mine so briefly and I never knew it, or you went
I thought it was outside disappearing but it is disappearing in my heart
like snow blown in a window to be gone from the world
I will always love you.
Featuring the work of 42 poets and artists, from Dylan Thomas to Frank O’Hara, and Helen Phillips to Willem de Kooning, the portfolio 21 Etchings and Poems, published in 1960, represents a noteworthy collaboration between the visual and literary arts. Each print closely integrates text and image, including a poem written in the hand of its author and imagery created through a wide range of innovative print techniques. Initiated by artist Peter Grippe, director of the renowned Atelier 17 print workshop, and the result of nearly ten years of effort, 21 Etchings and Poems is not only a landmark of mid-20th century American print publishing, but is unique in its inclusion of writers and artists from across the spectrum of 1950s cultural production.
Official music video for "The Man I Love" covered by Kate Bush. Written by George and Ira Gershwin. "The Man I Love" was recorded as part of an album by Larry Adler called "The Glory of Gershwin". The song was released as a single on 18th July 1994, and the video was directed by Kevin Godley.
Natural de Portalegre, Miguel Domingos começou a sua carreira como fotógrafo em Londres há 10 anos, depois de ter concluído um BA em fotografia na London College of Fashion. Em Nova Iorque, estagiou na Art Partner, agência que representa Mario Testino, Terry Richardson e Mert&Marcus. Em Paris, colaborou com a Premices Films nos bastidores dos desfiles durante a semana de moda (Vivienne Westwood, Lanvin, Elie Saab e Sonia Rykiel entre outros). Trabalhou com vários fotógrafos internacionais: Terry Richardson, Glen Luchford, Alasdair McLellan, Asa Tallgard, Horst Diekgerdes e Tom Munro em NY e Paris. Expôs o seu projecto pessoal Future Archive na Casa da Cultura da Comporta e como convidado na ModaLisboa em outubro 2016. Participou também em exposições coletivas no Centro Cultural de Cascais, Luckenpaint Berlin e na 080 Barcelona Fashion Week
Spring is like a perhaps hand (which comes carefully out of Nowhere)arranging a window,into which people look(while people stare arranging and changing placing carefully there a strange thing and a known thing here) and
changing everything carefully
spring is like a perhaps Hand in a window (carefully to and fro moving New and Old things,while people stare carefully moving a perhaps fraction of flower here placing an inch of air there) and
Joanna Piotrowska was born in 1985, lives and works between London and Warsaw. She studied Photography at the Royal College of Art in London and Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. Her photographic practice focuses on familial structures and their relationship to the wider systems—including politics, economics, social, and cultural life. She explores the past and the present, showing all the inequalities of power and psychological drama, and translating the gestures and everyday intimate behaviors into new scenarios - giving them an almost caricature-like quality. The artist uses her surroundings to show the anxiety and psychological tension of the domestic space - rather as a document of a performance than a documentary image. In 2014 she published her first monograph book "Frowst", published by MACK Books, London.
Laurie Anderson - White Lily / Home Of The Brave, 1986.
What Fassbinder film is it? The one-armed man comes into the flower shop and says: "What flower expresses 'days go by, and they just keep going by endlessly, endlessly pulling you into the future. Days go by endlessly, endlessly pulling you into the future?'