The myth of the Amazonian woman has been treated well by time. Originating as the recurrent Greek mythos of women warriors from the geographically unassigned land of Amazonia, towards the 16th century the myth received a rejuvenating shot of popularity. …
Nearly twenty years after the Zapatistas rose up crying “¡Ya basta!” A photo essay that asks how much (or how little) has changed.
"The brushstrokes are somewhat cruel and yet so purely existential that although Bacon exposes cruelty, all I feel is my heartbeat breathing new life into every vein."
"What a mistake it was, and the kind of the Jewish tradition: an almost (almost) inconsequential misstep."