gutaigroup:

Circle, Takesada Matsutani, 2006

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toseethesummersky:

Margarete (1981) by Anselm Kiefer (Saatchi collection)

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more at saatchi

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toseethesummersky:

William H. Gass being painted by Philip Guston at Yaddo, before giving a reading of “Why Windows Are Important To Me,” from The Tunnel, 1969

Photograph: Digital Gateway Image Collections

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vopmagazine:

「抵抗即是人生。」- 北井一夫

Photograhps (c) Kitai Kazuo

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revoltintaiwan:

Riot police use water cannons during a clash with student protesters outside the Executive Yuan, a branch of government in charge of administrative affairs for all of Taiwan on March 24, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Clashes erupted between protesters and police after Taiwan’s president refused to scrap a contentious trade agreement with China and denounced the “illegal” occupation of parliament by students opposed to its ratification.

(Photo by Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

(Source: shihlun)

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shihlun:

Students Occupying the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan, 2014.

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revoltintaiwan:

Students Occupying the Executive Yuan of Taiwan, 2014.

 (Photo by Lam Yik Fei / Getty Images)

(Source: shihlun)

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revoltintaiwan:

Peaceful protester attacked by ruthless riot police while occupying the government Cabinet offices in Taipei, Taiwan, Monday, March 24, 2014.

(Source: shihlun)

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revoltintaiwan:

Students protesters barricade the stairs that lead to the legislature hall of parliament.

Clashes erupted between protesters and police after Taiwan’s president refused to scrap a contentious trade agreement with China and denounced the ‘illegal’ occupation of parliament by students opposed to its ratification.

(Photo by Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

(Source: shihlun)

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revoltintaiwan:

A protester refuses to leave the street despite being hit by police water cannon near the Cabinet compound in Taipei, Taiwan, 24 March 2014.

Students’ scuffle with police left 137 people injured. The students’ protest against a controversial trade pact with China escalated on 23 March after President Ma Ying-jeou rejected students’ demands, resulting in the students - who had occupied the parliament for five days - to occupy the Cabinet compound. On 18 March, hundreds of students occupied Taiwan parliament to protest what they say is the ruling party’s forcing the passage of the Taiwan-China trade pact, saying it endangers Taiwan’s security and hurts Taiwan’s economy. They vowed to occupy the parliament until the parliament agrees to review the pact clause by clause. EFE/EPA/DAVID CHANG

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revoltintaiwan:

Students Occupying the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan.

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revoltintaiwan:

Taiwanese students protesting against a China Taiwan trade pact are sprayed with water cannons while occupying the government Cabinet offices in Taipei, Taiwan, Monday, March 24, 2014.

photo by 杭大鵬

(Source: shihlun)

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shihlun:

ソウル・フラワー・ユニオン(SOUL FLOWER UNION)

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fotojournalismus:

An Afghan boy stands on a street next to dogs in Kabul on February 22, 2014. (Nicolas Asfouri/AFP)

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