Günter Brus, 1965. Strolling through the centre of Vienna in Austria the day after his first public action, ‘Self-Painting/Self-Mutilation’ in 1965. Painted entirely in white with a black strip over his face and body, Brus was almost immediately arrested by the police for being potentially disturbing to the public (as noted by Tracey Warr and Amelia Jones in The Artist’s Body)
Вместо простого человечка по всему центру вот такие светофоры.🚦В этом городе любовь! Ну не прелесть ли? ☺️
(между человечками там сердечко, если вдруг на фото не очень понятно вышло)
(at Vienna, Austria)
For the remaining weeks of winter Sirius dominates the evening sky. Being the brightest of all stars in our night sky, it rises around nightfall this time of the year. The image, shot on January 22, 2016, shows Sirius rising above the Leeberg tumulus, a 2500 years old ancient burial mound at the endpoint of the Grossmugl Star Walk.
The Grossmugl Star Walk is located in Austria, Europe, only half an hour’s drive from Vienna. The star walk installation is a self-guided 1.5km long astronomical edutainment trail aimed at the general public. Its goal is to raise awareness for the beauty of the night sky and the importance of dark sky protection. Find out more about the Grossmugl Star Walk at http://project-nightflight.net/grossmugl_star_walk.html
The image was shot one day before full moon on a very cold and crisp winter’s night. The near full moon illuminated the frozen farmland surrounding the tumulus and gave the sky a distinct bluish hue.
Back to the series of souvenirs from our guests. 👍🌹 Thank you so much to all of them for their attention. ☺🗼
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And there will come a time, you’ll see, with no more tears.
And love will not break your heart, but dismiss your fears.
Get over your hill and see what you find there
With grace in your heart and flowers in your hair.
(at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna)