Photo-Soup is a collaborative project that allows artists to disseminate their work & ideas without the necessity to fit mainstream curatorial agendas.

the truth about cultural appropriation

https://artreview.com/features/ar_december_2017_feature_cultural_appropriation_kenan_malik/ The idea of cultural appropriation has, in recent years, moved from being an abstruse academic and legal concept to a mainstream political issue. From Beyonce’s Bollywood outfits to Dana Schutz’s painting of Emmett Till, and from the recent controversy surrounding Sam Durant’s sculpture Scaffold (2012) to Omer Fast’s recreation of an old Chinatown storefront…

what matters most is how well you walk through the fire

https://markmanson.net/find-what-you-love The concept of life purpose has exploded in popularity in recent decades. We don’t just want to make money or build a secure career. We want to do something important. We want to be noticed. We want to be looked up to. Meaning is the new luxury. But like any other luxury, we idealize…

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are established artists really this bored? i mean really? seems like there is not much going on these days @MuseumModernArt #StephenShore pic.twitter.com/fhpUnXCyRo — Photo-Soup.ORG (@PhotoSoupORG) September 22, 2017

gas-o-maña

‪pónchalo wei ‘gas-o-maña’ 2017‬‪(animated GIF on mobile phone) salón erótico Quinta Teresa Cúcuta @AmarantaHank #alejandraomaña‬