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Simple Harvestby LOVEDARTRUG	/ 2’ x 3’$28.00

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Groceries and meditation… by lovedart featuring a black white geometric rugGnostic Dark Inversionsociety6.com

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There is here no measuring with time, no year matters, and ten years are nothing. Being an artist means, not reckoning and counting, but ripening like the tree that does not force its sap and stands confident in the storms of spring without fear that after them may come no summer. It does come. But it comes only to the patient, who are there as though eternity lay before them, so unconcernedly still and wide. I learn it daily, learn it with pain to which I am grateful: patience is everything!

Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet, trans. M. D. Herter Norton

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Screen shots of @huntercanning in Matthew Connor’s short film of How Is July Already Over.
Lapin Agile is a famous Montmartre cabaret, at 22 Rue des Saules, 18th arrondissement of Paris, France.
It was originally called “Cabaret des Assassins”. Tradition relates that the cabaret received this name because a band of assassins broke in and killed the owner’s son. The cabaret was more than twenty years old when, in 1875, the artist Andre Gill painted the sign that was to suggest its permanent name. It was a picture of a rabbit jumping out of a saucepan, and residents began calling their neighborhood night-club “Le Lapin à Gill,” meaning “Gill’s rabbit.”
Over time, the name had evolved into “Cabaret Au Lapin Agile,” or the Nimble Rabbit Cabaret. At the turn of the twentieth century, the Lapin Agile was a favorite spot for struggling artists and writers, including Picasso,Modigliani, Apollinaire, and Utrillo.

Lapin Agile is a famous Montmartre cabaret, at 22 Rue des Saules, 18th arrondissement of ParisFrance.

It was originally called “Cabaret des Assassins”. Tradition relates that the cabaret received this name because a band of assassins broke in and killed the owner’s son. The cabaret was more than twenty years old when, in 1875, the artist Andre Gill painted the sign that was to suggest its permanent name. It was a picture of a rabbit jumping out of a saucepan, and residents began calling their neighborhood night-club “Le Lapin à Gill,” meaning “Gill’s rabbit.”

Over time, the name had evolved into “Cabaret Au Lapin Agile,” or the Nimble Rabbit Cabaret. At the turn of the twentieth century, the Lapin Agile was a favorite spot for struggling artists and writers, including Picasso,ModiglianiApollinaire, and Utrillo.

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All Seeing by LOVEDARTDUVET COVER	/ QUEEN: 88” X 88”$99.00
Jason Langer
From “After Hours”, 1997

Jason Langer

From “After Hours”, 1997

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