Nikolaos Fengaras

Nikolaos Fengaras

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People always expect more of you when you have Mae West lips...(The Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, a very rare weirdly nosed monkey from China that they didn't "discover" until the 1990s. It's diet consists of lichen which takes 10-15 years to recover which means they have to wander over a very large range)

Botox gone wrong.The Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, a very rare weirdly nosed monkey from China that they didn't "discover" until the It's diet consists of lichen which takes years to recover which means they have to wander over a very large range

Charlotte Caron makes double exposed, animalistic paintings/photographs. A lot of her pieces are portraits, and I think it's interesting to see how our literal image and the images with which we identify ourselves merge. If I tie an animal (like a hawk) in with who I am, would I recognize myself better in the mirror if my face was a hawk's instead? What is the connection between idealized and physical identity?

French artist Charlotte Caron makes very interesting paintings. For the works, a combination of photography and painting, she paints animal heads looking like some sort of masks over the faces of photo-portraits that she takes herself.

ca. 1860’s, tintype portrait of a woman smiling coyly from behind a handkerchief, S. Shattuc

LOVE THIS PICTURE ca. [tintype portrait of a woman smiling coyly from behind a handkerchief], S. Shattuck via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Photography Collections Coy is an understatement.

There is something so captivating and wonderful about the elderly couple - he with his wild white locks, she with her almost pensive expression - that instantly makes one fall in love with this stellar 1850s daguerreotype.

There is something so captivating and wonderful about the elderly couple - he with his wild white locks, she with her almost pensive expression - that instantly makes one fall in love with this stellar daguerreotype.