The Fyodor Dostoevsky Theater of Dramatic Art, a surreal masterpiece by Vladimir Somov, designed to echo the primitive religious architecture of Veliky Novgorod, is surrounded by a spacious esplanade made up of modular motifs that repeat those of the construction itself. The column, which balanced the ensemble, was razed in 2008 because of its use by would-be suicides.
Aaron Rose spent three summers in the early nineteen-sixties photographing the beaches of Coney Island. Shooting inconspicuously with a 35-mm. Leica, Rose caught his subjects unawares, and, in the process, captured the sweaty languor of New York City’s most iconic summer attraction. The exhibition titled In A World of Their Own, is now showing at the Museum of the City of New York. All images by Aaron Rose, courtesy The Museum of the City of New York.
Remembering Jim Morrison, who died 43 years ago on this day!
Ten Years After – 1967
The Petch Phin Thong Band -- Soul Lam Plearn
Track from the album The Sound of Siam, amazing collection of the Jazz and Molam music from Thailand 1964 – 1975
Them-The Story of Them