Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi

Sayaka Maruyama 4

Sayaka Maruyama 4

Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi

Julia Hetta

Julia Hetta

“Bye-bye love, as in songs. All alone now. It was so sad. Why did such things have to disintegrate like that? Why did longing and desire, and friendliness and goodwill too, have to shatter into pieces? Why did they have to be so thoroughfully over? I could make myself cry even more by repeating the key word: love, alone, sad, over. I did it on purpose.” ~ Margaret Atwood, Moral Disorder: and Other Stories (2006) / Photo: Slave of Love by Katia Chausheva

“Bye-bye love, as in songs. All alone now. It was so sad. Why did such things have to disintegrate like that? Why did longing and desire, and friendliness and goodwill too, have to shatter into pieces? Why did they have to be so thoroughfully over? I could make myself cry even more by repeating the key word: love, alone, sad, over. I did it on purpose.” ~ Margaret Atwood, Moral Disorder: and Other Stories (2006) / Photo: Slave of Love by Katia Chausheva

backstage at giorgio armani spring summer 2011

backstage at giorgio armani spring summer 2011

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"What do we remember, and why, and how does what we do not remember play out in our daily choices, if at all? These are the questions which therapists deal with every day. The strange fact is that we do not do "crazy" things. We do "logical" things, based on the emotional premises we are serving at the time, many of which are unconscious." – James Hollis, Ph.D.

"What do we remember, and why, and how does what we do not remember play out in our daily choices, if at all? These are the questions which therapists deal with every day. The strange fact is that we do not do "crazy" things. We do "logical" things, based on the emotional premises we are serving at the time, many of which are unconscious." – James Hollis, Ph.D.

Nudes JI 01, 2000 / Thomas Ruff

Nudes JI 01, 2000 / Thomas Ruff

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