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Nikolai Ilyin - Cover for Issue 11 of ‘The Construction of Moscow’, 1931
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RT is such a farce.
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Vladimir and Georgy Stenberg - Structure in Space, 1919
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Young worker at a Soviet Jewish colony, 1930’s.
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*Steals surplus value from the working class* it’s consensual because *threatens you with unemployment and homelessness* you chose to earn a wage. *owns empty houses and doesn’t allow people in* Silly communists *thousands each day starve due to lack of basic needs because of their privatization* its all about voluntary decisions *makes money off of capital gains and not labor*
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A pantomime horse from the Royal Flying Corps Kite and Balloon Section Concert Party production of ‘Cinderella’, takes time out to meet local troops at Bapaume/2 Jan 1918
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Captive Pleasures 2010 Oil on canvas 86 1/2 x 69 3/4 in 219.7 x 177.2 cm
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Jean Arp / Hans Arp (French-German / Alsatian , 1886-1966), Moondancer, 1930. Watercolor.
the streams buck like rams in a tent.
whips crack and from the hills come the crookedly combed
shadows of the shepherds.
black eggs and fools’ bells fall from the trees.
thunder drums and kettledrums beat upon the ears of the
wings brush against flowers.
fountains spring up in the eyes of the wild boar.
Hans / Jean Arp, Dada poetry line: line from Arp’s poem ‘Der Vogel Selbdritt’, Hans Arp; first published in 1920; “Gesammelte Gedichte I”, p. 41 (transl. Herbert Read); in “Jours effeuillés: Poèmes, essaies, souvenirs,”, Gallimard, Paris 1966, p. 288 (Famous Artists Quotes)
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