3 weeks ago
Capricorn is a god star sign of EARTH.
Capricorn is family oriented, and loves traditions. They also enjoy music and quality craftmanship. They have good self-control, and are very responsible.
They are something of a know-it-all, unforviging, condescending and they hate almost everything at some point. .
Capricorn can be very serious by nature. They are highly independant god and they enjoy making solid, and realistic plans. Like most earth elements they are highly stubborn but Capricorn is capable of learning from their mistakes. .
Unfortunately due to Capricorns rather restrictive nature they can come off as rather cold, distant and unforgiving. Once you break down their walls, Capricorn will stay loyal for life. .
Capricorn as a star god of earth is confident, analytical, practical, responsible, caring, realistic, and neat. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Say hello to Capricorn they are the last of the 12 zodiac star sign gods, that is being designed for background lore inside of Crezure (The webcomic). The color image is the most recent design, and the pen and ink version is from 2015. You will be seeing more zodiac signs coming your way soon! .
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3 weeks ago
Nada que festejar. 63 femicidios y 11 trans travesticidios en lo que va del 2020 en Argentina.La masculinidad CIS hetero hegemónica mata hombres y mujeres. Según el Informe 2019 de la Corte Suprema sobre Homicidios Dolosos el año anterior fueron asesinadas 143 personas en la ciudad de Buenos Aires: el 85 por ciento eran hombres. El mismo informe demuestra que el 91,8 por ciento de los crímenes con autores identificados son cometidos por varones.
“Quizás tendríamos que pensar las responsabilidades de la cultura cuando construimos una masculinidad violenta como único modo de expresar la masculinidad" Diana Maffía.
Hoy nos vamos todes a la calle.
Nothing to celebrate. 63 femicide and 11 trav-transvesticide occurred during 2020 in Argentina.
CIS hetero hegemonic masculinity kills men and women. According to the 2019 Report of the Supreme Court on Painful Homicides the previous year 143 people were killed in the city of Buenos Aires: 85 percent were men. The same report shows that 91.8 percent of crimes with identified authors are committed by men. "Maybe we should think about the responsibilities of culture when we build violent masculinity as the only way to express masculinity" Diana Maffía
Today we all go to the streets.
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3 weeks ago
Happy international women’s day 💗
3 weeks ago
Speaking of the beauty in boldness. What does beauty mean to you? It’s such a relative concept, in both life and art. I love boldness in art, the same way I admire boldness in life choices. And there’s really no one whose works embody that spirit better than Jenny Saville.
So I’m saving the most intense post for the last. Coincidentally, this year’s theme of the International Women’s Day is about boldness. I’ve always loved how Saville took the risk in challenging the traditional notion of beauty and the stereotype of eroticism in female body. She created some of the most brutally honest portraits I’ve ever seen. Like Freud before her, they’re very fleshy.
She once said during an interview, “there is a thing about beauty. Beauty is always associated with the male fantasy of what the female body is. I don’t think there is anything wrong with beauty. It’s just what women think is beautiful can be different. And there can be a beauty in individualism. If there is a wart or a scar, this can be beautiful, in a sense, when you paint it. It’s part of your identity, individual things are seeping out, leaking out.”
It got me thinking of why I was drawn to her works, which I saw for the first time at Tate Britain in 2018. ‘Reverse’ (2002-03) was one of the pieces shown in the last room and frankly, I think it deserved its own space. Mind you, it’s intense and may not be pleasant to look at. You want to look away, yet you can’t take your eyes off it and you’re just getting more and more drawn to it. To the gaze. To the facial expression. To the wounded flesh. So bold, so beautiful, so brilliant. It was unforgettable and I adore it to death.
Saville sees beauty in imperfections and flawed bodies. She shows us that beauty is so much more than the visible, something hugely relevant in today’s world which can be unforgiving. And I think her boldness every step of the way is the most beautiful thing of all.
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1 month ago
Speaking of representation. How many female artists can you actually name without checking Wikipedia? And how many of these are actually not from either the UK, the wider Europe or the United States? I struggled to name many.
It’s International Women’s Day on Sunday, 8th March, and I thought what I’d discuss a female artist each day till then, especially those whose works have moved and inspired me all these years. I’ll alternate between contemporary and modern artists, some more well-known than others.
First up is Christine Ay Tjoe, a contemporary Indonesian artist whose works I have loved for several years. Being an Indonesian myself, I was really proud and beyond excited when I discovered that her works would be exhibited by White Cube Bermondsey in 2016, so I went to check them out without hesitation. I’ve always liked how her abstract works are centred around exploration of human conditions and contemplation of spirituality. The obvious and the hidden. The good and the evil. As expected, I was blown away by her emotionally-charged paintings.
‘Greed and Greed 1’ (2016) is one of the pieces I really, really liked at the time, and I still do to this day. It’s part of the series she did to explore the inner evil in the human being, often characterised by greed. I love her dramatic layering of colours, especially the use of vibrant colours. I like how she didn’t try to use up the entire canvas as this brings out a feeling of emptiness and spaciousness, which further emphasises the messages from the gestural lines. I was really moved.
All of that, to me, showcases what a goddamn brilliant artist Ay Tjoe is. Not because of her gender or her ethnicity although it made me ask myself a question. Does it really matter? I guess it does, because when you have an artist this impressive, it’s really quite a waste for her works not to be appreciated more widely by the worldwide audience.
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