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Alwin Nikolais 1964 piece Sanctum
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zeroing:

Floris Neusüss
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Brassai (Gyula Halasz) - Picasso with His Sculpture, “The Speaker”
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Frantisek Dostal - Portrait of Josef Sudek
wired:


It was as if everything—the backyard scrapes, Spillane and Rand, Daredevil and Batman, the heartbreak of writing for Hollywood—was distilled. In Miller’s world, unlikely protagonists rise up against sinister forces and stare evil in the face. Loyalty is a virtue, but lovers rarely make for permanent allies, and old faces can signal danger. The hero, alone, is defined by excruciating physical tests, and his code allows for vengeance. Sometimes he survives.

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Consuelo Kanaga - Mark Rothko with Cigarette (at the Ice House, NY)