30 July 2011
30 July 2011
Maya Deren, At Land (1944)
Heeeeeeres Johnny. Love this portrait. So glad he stuck around through all the painful missed exposures till this one finally worked. :)
Portrait of Ezra Pound by his onetime paramour Sheri Martinelli on an envelop sent from William Carlos Williams to Pound, postmarked November 9, 1956.
Orson Welles photographed by Walter Carone. 1950.
Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests » Dennis Hopper
To anyone who has ever told me William Shatner was unattractive…
“If you always do what interests you, at least one person is pleased.”
The Importance of Keeping a Journal: Anaïs Nin
“This diary is my kief, hashish, and opium pipe. This is my drug and my vice. Instead of writing a novel, I lie back with this book and a pen, and dream, and indulge in refractions and defractions… I must relive my life in the dream. The dream is my only life. I see in the echoes and reverberations, the transfigurations which alone keep wonder pure. Otherwise all magic is lost. Otherwise life shows its deformities and the homeliness becomes rust… All matter must be fused this way through the lens of my vice or the rust of living would slow down my rhythm to a sob.”
~From The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Volume 1.
“The diary taught me that it is in the moments of emotional crisis that human beings reveal themselves most accurately. I learned to choose the heightened moments because they are the moments of revelation.”
~From Nin’s essay On Writing, 1947.
Alice and John Coltrane
I love this picture.
Publicity Photo, 1966