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Friday Pictures – Kehinde Wiley


After Pontormo’s “Two Men with a Passage from Cicero’s ‘On Friendship'” / from the series “Black Light”



After Sir Joshua Reynolds’ “Miss Susanna Gale” / from the series “Black Light”



The Virgin Martyr St. Cecilia / from the series “down”



Equestrian Portrait of the Count-Duke Olivares / from the series “Rumors of War”


Encourage Good Manners and Politeness; Bright Up Your Surroundings with Plants / from the series “China”



After Giovanni Bellini’s “St. Francis in the Desert” / from the series “Black Light”




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Tea With Chris: Paramount Leader

Tea With Chris is a roundup of recommended links, posted every Thursday. Here are a few of our favourite things from the Internet this week:

Chris: Aaliyah’s ghost, haunting Drake for making terrible self-aggrandizing music with her earthly remains.

Margaux: It might be helpful if Roseanne Barr was President of America. It might be helpful if Roseanne Barr was Paramount Leader of China. 

Our black hole is less *intense* than other black holes. But it is still more mysterious than we are.

This is what it sounds like in Arkansas when the sun goes down.

Speaking of the sun going down.

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