“Chuck Klosterman has walked into the darkness.”
Coming July 9 . . . I WEAR THE BLACK HAT by Chuck Klosterman
Hummina Hummina, thank ya lucky stars! He’s at it again :)
“The narrative of Mexico as our impoverished and drug cartel–ridden neighbor dominates most news coverage in America, but that’s only one part of a large and diverse country. Photographer Daniela Rossell brings us tales of the polar opposite segment of Mexican society with her seriesRicas y Famosas, which depicts the children of Mexico’s most privileged class of society.” via Alyssa Coppelman
She was featured in sfmomas Mexican photography exhibit!
Sometimes she seemed like a woman without skin. She felt everything so intensely, had so little capacity to filter out pain that everyday events often seemed unbearable to her. Paradoxically it is also that skinlessness which makes a poet. One must have the gift of language, of course, but even a great gift is useless without the other curse: the eyes that see so sharply they often want to close. Her eyes were astoundingly blue and astoundingly sharp. Nothing escaped her. She saw everything, and since most of what there is to see in the world is painful, she often lived in pain.
MY BOO <3 (in my dreams that is)