SOME IMAGES OF IT, INSIDE AND OUT


“Looks like some form of me near the eye of the storm.“ Dorothea Lasky

[Note: Sometimes this first image gets removed from the site on which it was originally posted. If it’s still here you’ll see it’s truly striking, with a towering twister in the background and an attractive  young woman, her hair slightly blown, standing on a dirt road in the foreground. The caption is quoted from Dorothea Lasky’s own site.]

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“Also, this is what the poem is about.” Dorothea Lasky

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………………………………….Balthus, Le passage du Commerce Saint-André (1952-54)

1952-54


………………………………………………………………………Balthus, La Chambre (1952-54)

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Balthus, autoproclamé “Roi des Chats,” s’est laissé attraper comme une souris
par le felin.” Photographed in 1999 by his wife, Martine Franck, in the presence
of his great friend, Henri Cartier-Bresson.


CLICK HERE to read “Pop Goes The Weasel,” the original article discussing “Tornado.”

CLICK HERE to return to “Top Seeds Upset in West,” the more recent article that cited the same images.