April 6, 2013
cavetocanvas:

Helen Levitt, Brooklyn, 1982

cavetocanvas:

Helen Levitt, Brooklyn, 1982

March 31, 2013
wandrlust:

Hergiswil, 1982 — Arnold Odermatt

wandrlust:

Hergiswil, 1982 — Arnold Odermatt

March 27, 2013

likeafieldmouse:

Andrei Tarkovsky - Instant Light (1979-82)

From a series of 60 Polaroid photographs taken in Tarkovsky’s native Russia and in Italy, where he spent time in political exile.

“Tarkovsky often reflected on the way time flies and wanted to stop it… The melancholy of seeing things for the last time is the highly mysterious and poetic essence that these images leave with us. It is as though Andrei wanted to transmit his own enjoyment quickly to others. And they feel like a fond farewell.

March 12, 2013
pubertad:

Nick Knight, Skinhead (detail), 1982

pubertad:

Nick Knight, Skinhead (detail), 1982

March 9, 2013
Untitled (Warrior) By Jean-Michel Basquiat, Circa 1982

Untitled (Warrior) By Jean-Michel Basquiat, Circa 1982

February 26, 2013
f-featherbrain:

Michele De Lucchi, Lido Sofa, 1982

f-featherbrain:

Michele De Lucchi, Lido Sofa, 1982

February 23, 2013

zubaeda:

West Beirut, Lebanon, 1982

Windows at the Gaza Hospital were filled with sandbags to protect patients from Israeli bombardments.

© Alex Webb

(Source: oumelghoula)

February 23, 2013
Sabra and Shatila documents revealed: Ariel Sharon feared indictment for genocide over Israel’s role | Middle East Monitor
February 22, 2013
After observing a moratorium of 30 years, Israel released on Thursday records and minutes of secret meetings held on the 1982 Sabra and Shatila massacre. The documents show that the Minister of Defence at that time, Ariel Sharon, feared indictment for the crime of genocide if Israeli officials’ recognized prior knowledge of the massacre in the Palestinian refugee camps, Sabra and Shatila, in Lebanon.
Sharon initially refused to resign from his post in accord with the recommendation of the Kahan Commission of Inquiry into the massacre. He warned that according to his interpretation of the 1950 statute on genocide all the ministers of government at the time could be considered accomplices to the massacre.
At a cabinet meeting, convened on February 10, 1983, Sharon outlined his response to the Commission’s report saying;
"We all urged this, we all enabled it, by asking them (the Phalangist Christian militias) to enter the camps. We were present, we lit up the area and we evacuated casualties. It is common knowledge that we were in the area to keep the opposition away, and we did not isolate it from other areas. We kept forces in the area to ensure the mission was carried out, and in case they ran into trouble and needed help getting out."
The cabinet ultimately adopted the Kahan commission’s report against Sharon’s recommendation, and he was sacked from his position as minister of defence.
Copyright © 2013 Middle East Monitor.

Sabra and Shatila documents revealed: Ariel Sharon feared indictment for genocide over Israel’s role | Middle East Monitor

February 22, 2013

After observing a moratorium of 30 years, Israel released on Thursday records and minutes of secret meetings held on the 1982 Sabra and Shatila massacre. The documents show that the Minister of Defence at that time, Ariel Sharon, feared indictment for the crime of genocide if Israeli officials’ recognized prior knowledge of the massacre in the Palestinian refugee camps, Sabra and Shatila, in Lebanon.

Sharon initially refused to resign from his post in accord with the recommendation of the Kahan Commission of Inquiry into the massacre. He warned that according to his interpretation of the 1950 statute on genocide all the ministers of government at the time could be considered accomplices to the massacre.

At a cabinet meeting, convened on February 10, 1983, Sharon outlined his response to the Commission’s report saying;

"We all urged this, we all enabled it, by asking them (the Phalangist Christian militias) to enter the camps. We were present, we lit up the area and we evacuated casualties. It is common knowledge that we were in the area to keep the opposition away, and we did not isolate it from other areas. We kept forces in the area to ensure the mission was carried out, and in case they ran into trouble and needed help getting out."

The cabinet ultimately adopted the Kahan commission’s report against Sharon’s recommendation, and he was sacked from his position as minister of defence.

Copyright © 2013 Middle East Monitor.

February 10, 2013
Personal Cuts By Sanja Iveković, 1982

Personal Cuts By Sanja Iveković, 1982

October 1, 2011
tetradugenica:

maliciousglamour:

Photographer: Helmut Newton, 1982
(via hfwg)

tetradugenica:

maliciousglamour:

Photographer: Helmut Newton, 1982

(via hfwg)