I wish to approach truth as 
close as is possible, and therefore I abstract everything until I arrive at the fundamental quality of objects.

Piet Mondrian

Dianne Arbus                                                       
Masters of Photography


Everybody has that thing: they need to look like one way but they come out looking another way (...) We’ve been given these particularities and not content with that we’re given, We create a whole other set (...) There’s a point between what you want people to know about you and what you can’t help people knowing about you (...) If you get really close with reality, it becomes fantastic! (...) What you intend never comes out like you’ve intended (...) It’s impossible to get out of your skin into somebody else’s. And this is what all this is a little bit about: That somebody else’s tragedy is not the same as your own.

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