"It’s funny that it’s so plain that it’s love that makes the world go round…so plain. It’s snowing (big flakes) and I love you." from Murdoch's letters tricube cento
“…he (Rodchenko) rejected the complacency of what he termed the “belly-button perspective” of traditional images, be they paintings or photographs. Around 1925, influenced by the Bauhaus photographer Moholy-Nagy, Rodchenko began shooting photographs from odd and unorthodox angles in order to disrupt the viewer’s expectations and force a new perception of reality.”
— from Jamey Gambrell’s essay on the early twentieth-century Russain avant-garde photographers and film-makers
A good read, great pictures.
“go together like a horse and carriage.”
Marcel Proust said that “les beaux livres sont écrits dans une sorte de langue étrangère”—“beautiful books are always written in a sort of foreign language.”
Scratch out “sort of” and see what happens.