Irving Penn: Cigarettes No.82 (1972)
please tell me when fred sinkus arrives to drop off his book, his whiskey-twinged musings of the last twenty years. i won’t let him walk away from me. i need to hear it from fred sinkus.
August Sander: The right eye of my daughter (1928)
pink — try
cloud nothings — i’m not part of me
map of hearts, up is north, down is south, left is west, right is east. map of hearts, drawn on the scrounged glass inside the oven door. they don’t make ovens like they used. there’s no true crime in the ovens anymore. there’s no true crime scenes. there is a map of hearts smudged in the grease on the inside of the door and nobody writes notes about that.
This is for a book project called The Where, The What and The How: 75 Artists Illustrate the Wondrous Mysteries of the Universe that will be out next year sometime. I will post more details about it as it gets closer, but it looks like it’s going to be a good one.