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Johnny Cash was many different things to many different people! On a personal level, I always felt that he was the voice for the underdog and was never willing to bow down to authority. On February 24, 1969, he performed at San Quentin and the prisoners loved every second of

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Cathrine Ertmann tells the story of the morgue with her photo series “About Dying.” This cold, clinical place where our rapidly decomposing corpses will lay like dead meat on a marble slab is where most of us will pass through on our journey into the earth. Ertmann, a Danish photographer,

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Anita Corbin has based her photography career on women. In 1980, she began a portrait series called Visible Girls, where she photographed double portraits of young women involved in various UK subcultures – rockabillies, mods, rude girls, skinheads, punks, rastas and women’s lib activists. The portraits capture a very special

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Butoh is a Japanese avant garde dance form that draws from Kabuki and Noh and other traditional art forms, imagined in post-WWII Japan by Hijikata Tatsumi and Ohno Kazuo. In a country ravaged by fire and steeped in radiation, this dance embraced the distress the nation was feeling and gave

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Why do I like the INTERNET K-Hole so much? Because it reminds me so much of growing up in the 70’s and 80’s. When I look at many of these photos, I just think about how me and my homies gave our parents hell with the absurd stuff we used

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It’s hard for me to imagine, in the age of instant information, what it would be like to see one of Felice Beato’s photographs in 1850s and 60s. The images he captured in the Mediterranean, Japan, China (where he was the first photographer, ever), India, Burma and the Crimea would

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