W. B. K.

W. B. K.
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Lewis Hine
Lewis Pine: Three boys entering Hill Manufacturing Co., Lewiston, Maine, to go to work at 5:30 A.M. 1909 April.Lewis Hine: Six black workers in the Alexandria (Va.) Glass Factory."  1911 June.Lewis Hine: "William Parralla, 313 Second St., S.W., Washington, D.C., a 7 year old newsboy, standing on street with newspapers."  1912 April.Lewis Hine Myrtle Bagwell, one of the youngest spinners in Spartan Mills, Spartanburg, S.C., standing on porch steps. 1912 MayLewis Hine: Shrimp and Oyster Worker, Biloxi, Miss. 1911 Feb.Lewis Hine: Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in North Pormal Cotton Mill. Vt.", 1910.

28-03-2013 14:54
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Annette Messanger: My Vows 1988-1991 — at High Museum of Art, Atlanta.Chun Kwang Young: Otherworldly Paper SculpturesMonika Grzymala InstallationA Monika Grzymala InterventionBrainforest by Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger (2004)Sandy Skoglund: Radioactive Cats (1980)
Sandy Skoglund - The Cocktail PartySandy Skoglund - Revenge of the GoldfishNele Azevedo: Ice Sculptures of Melting MenDan Havel and Dean Ruck - InversionBanksy - Girl with BalloonsBansky - Untitled

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29-05-2012 17:43
Jimi Hendrix
Jimi Hendrix From: W. B. K.
04-01-2014 04:04
Mon ami Mamadou
Mon ami Mamadou From: W. B. K.
04-01-2014 03:54
Goya - The Dog
Goya - The Dog From: W. B. K. via Andrei Velicu
28-03-2013 23:08

David G. Wilson
I am so glad that I got to see this painting, the only surviving Rembrandt seascape, in 1985, before some... read more