Larry Forte
bofransson:

The Garden, 1878
Gustave Caillebotte

bofransson:

The Garden, 1878

Gustave Caillebotte

Larry Forte
Malissa Ryder
blastedheath:

Arcangelo Ianelli (Brazilian, b. 1922), Untitled, 1981. Oil on canvas, 99 x 80 cm.

blastedheath:

Arcangelo Ianelli (Brazilian, b. 1922), Untitled, 1981. Oil on canvas, 99 x 80 cm.

lf9:

Larry on etsy

Larry on etsy

Check out my small painting on plywood. Etsy

julianunes:

justlukejohnson:

This is a Maleficent magnificent cover.

Reblogging for excellent caption

ckck:

New York’s legendary Roseland Ballroom closed for good yesterday, and will apparently be demolished to make way for yet more luxury apartments.
Pictured: The old Roseland Ballroom circa 1940, located at Broadway & 51st Street. They moved to their current location, a block away, in 1956.
Photograph by Weegee.

ckck:

New York’s legendary Roseland Ballroom closed for good yesterday, and will apparently be demolished to make way for yet more luxury apartments.

Pictured: The old Roseland Ballroom circa 1940, located at Broadway & 51st Street. They moved to their current location, a block away, in 1956.

Photograph by Weegee.

georgiamuseum:

The MFA 2014 thesis candidates exhibition installation in progress.

georgiamuseum:

The MFA 2014 thesis candidates exhibition installation in progress.

georgiamuseum:

Tristan Perich’s installation “Machine Drawing” at the beginning of the third week.

georgiamuseum:

Tristan Perich’s installation “Machine Drawing” at the beginning of the third week.

larry forte on bandcamp

Malissa Ryder

Malissa Ryder

Larry Forte

Larry Forte

humansofnewyork:

"I’m giving a presentation tomorrow on the experience of African American males growing up in America.""What’s the thesis?""Hundreds of interviews have been conducted, and we’ve found that not only do most African American males fail to acknowledge institutional racism, they mainly tend to blame themselves for their failures. They say things like they didn’t work hard enough, or made too many mistakes. They don’t understand that they weren’t afforded the same opportunities."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m giving a presentation tomorrow on the experience of African American males growing up in America."
"What’s the thesis?"
"Hundreds of interviews have been conducted, and we’ve found that not only do most African American males fail to acknowledge institutional racism, they mainly tend to blame themselves for their failures. They say things like they didn’t work hard enough, or made too many mistakes. They don’t understand that they weren’t afforded the same opportunities."