Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966)

Romy Schneider by Robert Lebeck.
Vtáčkovia, siroty a blázni (Birds, Orphans and Fools), 1969. dr. Juraj Jakubisko.

θάμυρις: Titan, photographed 12 times by Cassini, 3rd February 2014.
Contrast reduced a tiny bit to better show the “horns” of the crescent (right), where sunlight is seen shining through - rather than reflected off - Titan’s atmosphere. With the right geometry, this effect can extend to forming a complete ring around Titan.
Image credit: NASA/JPL/SSI. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.

Leonor Fini and Leonora Carrington, 1952 - by Denise Colomb 

Maria Callas - Bellini - Norma (Romani) - Casta Diva (Act I) 1949

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Vija Celmins
From China, 1982
Graphite on acrylic ground on paper, 53.3 cm x 53.3 cm

Math pattern found in nature also found in music. Daniel Levitin has found, hidden within nearly 2,000 pieces of classical music, a mathematical pattern that not only holds constant over 400 years of musical history, but also corresponds to fluctuations in everything from the human heartbeat to traffic flow on busy highways. - Cape Breton Post

Heard this on NPR this morning. 

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Faye Dunaway touches up her make-up during the filming of Chinatown’s violent climax, 1974

Yoko Ono, Cut Piece (1964)
"Traditionally, the artist’s ego is in the artist’s work. In other words, the artist must give the artist’s ego to the audience. I had always wanted to produce work without ego in it. I was thinking of this motif more and more, and the result of this was Cut Piece. Instead of giving the audience what the artist chooses to give, the artist gives what the audience chooses to take. That is to say, you cut and take whatever part you want; that was my feeling about its purpose."

Riff Cohen - Rotza Prahim.

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From the album Symphonies of the Planets, Volume 2. by NASA Voyager Recordings, 1992. There are 5 volumes total.

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