Posts Tagged: Milestone

Sechs

2,191 days of biographical marginalia (yes, I remembered the leap year…)

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Sechs

2,191 days of biographical marginalia (yes, I remembered the leap year…)

Dress-down Friday: Stephen Tennant

“I just go on looking at them in a dream of bliss…”

Dress-down Friday: Stephen Tennant

“I just go on looking at them in a dream of bliss…”

IV

One thousand, four hundred and sixty-one days later…

IV

One thousand, four hundred and sixty-one days later…

A Harry Smith Seance

Communing with (or at least capturing) the spirit of the American Magus.

A Harry Smith Seance

Communing with (or at least capturing) the spirit of the American Magus.

Claude Cahun in Chicago

All of this got me to thinking why exactly Claude Cahun should now be so present in the moment. And it struck me that she, like Maya Deren, has finally found her imperfect medium.

Claude Cahun in Chicago

All of this got me to thinking why exactly Claude Cahun should now be so present in the moment. And it struck me that she, like Maya Deren, has finally found her imperfect medium.

Strange Flowers guide to Berlin: part 4

Else was shocked when management barred her entry one day, on the grounds that she didn’t consume enough. “Is a poet who consumes a lot even a poet?” she fumed. And so as the First World War approached, Café des Westens fell out of favour with the avant-garde.

Strange Flowers guide to Berlin: part 4

Else was shocked when management barred her entry one day, on the grounds that she didn’t consume enough. “Is a poet who consumes a lot even a poet?” she fumed. And so as the First World War approached, Café des Westens fell out of favour with the avant-garde.

CC

Female. Lesbian. Jewish. Inspired by a Surrealism which regarded women as little more than exotic furniture. A life and career whose second act played out on an island in the English Channel…It’s fair to say Claude Cahun knew a thing or two about margins.

CC

Female. Lesbian. Jewish. Inspired by a Surrealism which regarded women as little more than exotic furniture. A life and career whose second act played out on an island in the English Channel…It’s fair to say Claude Cahun knew a thing or two about margins.

100!

You’re the lucky 100th person to read this blog! No…wait, that’s not right. You’re reading blog post #100!

100!

You’re the lucky 100th person to read this blog! No…wait, that’s not right. You’re reading blog post #100!