ALTER43



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I participate in Tumblr on two levels, as a blogger and as an artist. As a member of the blog community, I am the curator and publisher of my own eclectic archive of photography, art, quotes, video and music. As an artist, Tumblr has become the first venue for the exhibition of my own digital images from the groups "Particles and Waves" and "Extrusion Maps." I appreciate the free exchange with other members and the sharing of my collection, as well as the exhibition of my own work within such an easy to use, non-commercial environment.

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artqueer:

Grant Wood (American, 1891-1942): Sultry Night, 1939. Lithograph on wove paper. Edition of 100.
“In 1937, (Wood) produced for sale by mail a lithograph, Sultry Night, that showed a handsome, full frontal nude man beside an outdoor bathtub pouring a bucket of water in a slow cascade over his head. Declaring the work to be an example of pornography, the censors at the U.S. Postal Service barred its publisher from distributing it or featuring the image in its catalogues (although not banning the many female nudes the publisher carried).” - Doug Ireland

artqueer:

Grant Wood (American, 1891-1942): Sultry Night, 1939. Lithograph on wove paper. Edition of 100.

“In 1937, (Wood) produced for sale by mail a lithograph, Sultry Night, that showed a handsome, full frontal nude man beside an outdoor bathtub pouring a bucket of water in a slow cascade over his head. Declaring the work to be an example of pornography, the censors at the U.S. Postal Service barred its publisher from distributing it or featuring the image in its catalogues (although not banning the many female nudes the publisher carried).” - Doug Ireland

(Source: blastedheath)


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