lovevoltaireusapart:

The dialectical method of presentation in Volume 1 of Marx’s Capital, Chapters 1–6. David Harvey.

lovevoltaireusapart:

The dialectical method of presentation in Volume 1 of Marx’s Capital, Chapters 1–6. David Harvey.

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isqineeha:

Top: Epiphany (2008)
Bottom: Lamentation (2007)

Arab Iranian Artist SAMIRA ABBASSY

@9 months ago with 35 notes

nothing but Silvio Rodriguez y la esperanza no solicitada 

@12 months ago
#quiero morirrrrrr 
fleurdulys:

Nocturne in Black and Gold: the Falling Rocket - James Abbott McNeill Whistler
1875

fleurdulys:

Nocturne in Black and Gold: the Falling Rocket - James Abbott McNeill Whistler

1875

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thirdorgan:

[ B ] Jean-Michel Basquiat - ENOB (1985) (via Cea.)
Jean-Michel Basquiat / ENOB (1985)

thirdorgan:

[ B ] Jean-Michel Basquiat - ENOB (1985) (via Cea.)

Jean-Michel Basquiat / ENOB (1985)

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Don Nace

Don Nace

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dolly-rotten:

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Lijie Ong I am the child I never had (2013)

so so much

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necroluste:

Daisuke Ichiba

necroluste:

Daisuke Ichiba

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@1 year ago with 2605 notes
roycevomit:

this is really good!

roycevomit:

this is really good!

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@9 months ago with 13881 notes
baeddelvomit:

unbuiltroads:

Michael Williams, Shrimp, 70×54 inches, airbrush, colored pencil, and oil on canvas, 2011

The textures in this are great!

baeddelvomit:

unbuiltroads:

Michael Williams, Shrimp, 70×54 inches, airbrush, colored pencil, and oil on canvas, 2011

The textures in this are great!

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@1 year ago with 30753 notes
#gpoy 

"

If we are to properly understand women’s oppression in the West today, objectification and sexual performance must be understood as work. The sexual sell is real labour, propping up a socially mandated measure of erotic capital. From the working hours devoted to the purchase and strategic applicaiton of clothes and hair and beauty products, to the actual labor of dieting and exercise, to the creation and maintenance of sexual persona, self-objectification is work, first and foremost. Female sexuality, which every day becomes increasingly synonymous with objectification, is work. And it is impossible to talk about sexuality as work without talking about sex work itself. (17)

[…]

The marginalisation of the labouring bodies of sex workers is an extreme form of the labouring bodies of all women. (18)

[…]

Sex work is an economic question, not a moral one: in a world where shame and sexual violence are still hard currency, the normalisation of the sex industry is a symptom not of social degeneration, but of the economic exploitation of women on an unprecedented scale, in a feminised labour market where all working women are expected to commodify their sexuality to some extent. The violence done to the bodies of sex workers and the moral marginalisation of prostituted women impacts all women, everywhere.

The ubiquity of female sex work as fact and as social narrative affects women who are not sex workers, because under late capitalism, all female sexuality is work (20).

"

Laurie Penny, Meat Market: Female Flesh Under Capitalism (2010). (via workandentropy)

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nataliakoptseva:

Armand Guillaumin

nataliakoptseva:

Armand Guillaumin

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@1 year ago with 315 notes
uneimagevautmillemots:

Pierre Gassmann, Hommage à Man Ray, Mains à la cigarette, ca. 1940

uneimagevautmillemots:

Pierre Gassmann, Hommage à Man Ray, Mains à la cigarette, ca. 1940

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