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TI I MAD FOR: KENZO : HERE NOW X GREGG ARAKI

Kenzo FW 15 presents 'Here Now', a movie by Gregg Araki.Kenzo FW 15 presents 'Here Now', a movie by Gregg Araki.

TI is here for narrativity in fashion. And even more so for Kenzo's fab new collar with the iconic Gregg Araki

Current Viewing: Love: Directed by Gaspar Noe

Love has been selected to be screened at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.Love has been selected to be screened at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

LOVE occurs beyond GOOD and EVIL.

Current Viewing : Pasolini : por Abel Ferrara : con Willem Dafoe.

This lush, reverent drama charts the director’s final 24 hours,This lush, reverent drama charts the director’s final 24 hours,

“To scandalise is a right, to be scandalised

Current Viewing : Edward Owens: Private Imaginings and Narrative Facts

"It is always extraordinary to be gifted.” - Charles Boultenhouse"It is always extraordinary to be gifted.” - Charles Boultenhouse

Interesting rediscovery via http://www.lightindustry.org !

In the mid 1960s, Edward Owens was an African-American teenager attending the Art Institute of Chicago when Gregory Markopoulos arrived to found the school’s film program. Owens, who was then studying painting and sculpture, had already been making 8mm movies for a few years; impressed by the maturity of his work, Markopoulos encouraged him to move to New York. Owens arrived in Manhattan in 1966 with Markopoulos, who quickly ushered him into the world of the city’s cultured demimonde, introducing him to figures like Andy Warhol, Gerard Malanga, Marie Menken, Gregory Battcock, and filmmaker-poet Charles Boultenhouse. Soon, Owens became romantically involved with Boultenhouse, and moved into the West Village apartment where Boultenhouse already lived with his lover of many decades, the legendary critic Parker Tyler, who accepted the arrangement.

A Parable

This Faust echoes great philosophers and writers of existentialism, such as  Kierkegaard and Nietzsche.This Faust echoes great philosophers and writers of existentialism, such as Kierkegaard and Nietzsche.

She focused her unflinching gaze and began telling me a story.

Moth Seraphim Dance

Deleted scene from "The Caveman's Valentine."Deleted scene from "The Caveman's Valentine."

Scenes reflecting an internal struggle to find balance in the world are visualized by cutting

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