Agnès Varda, Self-portrait at Venice, 1960.
Alison Rossiter, Acme Kruxo, exact expiration date unknown, ca. 1940s, processed in 2010
Untitled (two necklines)
2 gelatin silver prints and 11 engraved plastic plaques
Lorna Simpson, Desired,1996, photogravure.
Lorna Simpson, In love and tried to stay out of trouble, 1996, photogravure.
Ilse Bing - Self-Portrait with Leica (via New Yorker)
"No one has lived in some of these homes for 25 years and they are decaying. When we did the searches on some of them the water authorities said they had no records of any water being used."
Inside ‘Billionare’s Row’ / photo by Graeme Robertson
Almost 20 million people live in the Cairo metropolitan area, and housing is tight, even in the suburbs. In a neighborhood known as al-Arafa, residents have moved into a necropolis dating back to 600 A.D. In this City of the Dead, there is limited electricity and sanitation, and the deceased take up residency among the living.
Full story and a short video here.
Julia Hetta for Stockholm S/S/A/W