Habilitame el canelón de ricota, papito.
Probably my favorite photo of Margaret Thatcher, featured here getting ambushed by Katherine Hamnett at a 1984 Downing Street reception for fashion designers. Hamnet smuggled one of her infamous slogan shirts into the event, putting it on once inside, the shirt read ‘58% don’t want Pershing’ in reference to the Prime Minister’s decision to allow U.S. Pershing Missiles to be stationed in Britain despite the majority of the British public being opposed. When she saw the shirt,Thatcher uttered a shriek of horror.
Jeezus I remember this. Thank you J.
I want this kitchen (sans trash bin).
DRUGSTORE BEETLE (Sitodrepa Paniceum) was organized by David Horvitz.
Jenny Holzer, Untitled (Selection), from Survival Series, 1983-1985/Aluminum plaque with black paint, numbered 4/10 (there were no recorded artist’s proofs)