Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida
Gerald Nicosia’s Memory Babe: A Critical Biography of Jack Kerouac
The best fifteen minutes of commentary I’ve ever seen.
people in ferguson are being brutally attacked by police, meanwhile white people are pouring ice water on themselves
New favourite tumblr.
It’s a nudist colony. Like the entire island. With shops and cafés and hotels and gorgeous beaches and a mayor. It’s also got a nature reserve with amazing naked hikes. It’s a paradise where everyone is kind and friendly and fun. A place where all inhibitions are shed and no one judges anyone. It’s my favourite place on Earth and just my second time there. I will live there someday with my wrinkly ass and drooping balls.
Bart Wells Institute by Luke Gottelier & Francis Upritchard2009 • åbäke • bart wells institute • brian griffiths • dan fox • daria martin • david thorpe • dent-de-leone • francis upritchard • goshka macuga • hardcover • harry pye • luke gottelier • mark aerial waller • martin herbert • matt bryans • phillip allen • sally o’reilly • sam basu • simon bill
Published by Dent-De-Leone (2009)
148 Pages, 17 x 25 cm, Hardcover, Edition of 1,000
A history of the artist-run gallery Bart Wells Institute which ran in London from 2001-2003. Edited by Luke Gottelier and Francis Upritchard, the book is illustrated throughout with artwork by artists such as Goshka Macuga, Brian Griffiths, Simon Bill, David Thorpe, Matt Bryans, Daria Martin and Phillip Allen and with writing by Dan Fox, Martin Herbert, Harry Pye, Mark Aerial Waller, Sally O’Reilly, åbäke and Sam Basu.