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littleplasticthings:

Sallie Gardner at a Gallop, 1878

littleplasticthings:

Sallie Gardner at a Gallop, 1878

(via slipback)

hellothatsval:

The most lovely pic. 

hellothatsval:

The most lovely pic. 

(via slipback)

weirdnessisgood:

Harmony Korine and Larry Clark 

weirdnessisgood:

Harmony Korine and Larry Clark 

a-bittersweet-life:

There is no limit of what can be shown. I would say that there is a limit of taste, but the limit of taste is a very individual one, of course. I personally think that you should not show, you should not lie with images or manipulate for that matter. This is my personal limit of what can be shown. I think you should make visible the dramatic tricks that you use. But this is an aesthetic problem. Besides this, I think that there is nothing which can not be shown. The question is rather: How do I show this or that?
Michael Haneke

a-bittersweet-life:

There is no limit of what can be shown. I would say that there is a limit of taste, but the limit of taste is a very individual one, of course. I personally think that you should not show, you should not lie with images or manipulate for that matter. This is my personal limit of what can be shown. I think you should make visible the dramatic tricks that you use. But this is an aesthetic problem. Besides this, I think that there is nothing which can not be shown. The question is rather: How do I show this or that?

Michael Haneke

(via japanesecupofcoffee)

littleplasticthings:

Sallie Gardner at a Gallop, 1878

littleplasticthings:

Sallie Gardner at a Gallop, 1878

(via slipback)

hellothatsval:

The most lovely pic. 

hellothatsval:

The most lovely pic. 

(via slipback)

weirdnessisgood:

Harmony Korine and Larry Clark 

weirdnessisgood:

Harmony Korine and Larry Clark 

a-bittersweet-life:

There is no limit of what can be shown. I would say that there is a limit of taste, but the limit of taste is a very individual one, of course. I personally think that you should not show, you should not lie with images or manipulate for that matter. This is my personal limit of what can be shown. I think you should make visible the dramatic tricks that you use. But this is an aesthetic problem. Besides this, I think that there is nothing which can not be shown. The question is rather: How do I show this or that?
Michael Haneke

a-bittersweet-life:

There is no limit of what can be shown. I would say that there is a limit of taste, but the limit of taste is a very individual one, of course. I personally think that you should not show, you should not lie with images or manipulate for that matter. This is my personal limit of what can be shown. I think you should make visible the dramatic tricks that you use. But this is an aesthetic problem. Besides this, I think that there is nothing which can not be shown. The question is rather: How do I show this or that?

Michael Haneke

(via japanesecupofcoffee)

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