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The Fortune Teller  by Robert Doisneau  Paris, 1951 using the French Marseille tarot deck

The Fortune Teller by Robert Doisneau Paris, 1951 using the French Marseille tarot deck

chamanka:  pantagruelic: ”Soul in Purgatory” church of Patrocina Maria Santisima, Oaxaca

chamanka: pantagruelic: ”Soul in Purgatory” church of Patrocina Maria Santisima, Oaxaca

“Little” Edie inside the kitchen at Grey Gardens

“Little” Edie inside the kitchen at Grey Gardens

Barbette began performing as an aerialist at around the age of 14 as one-half of a circus act called The Alfaretta Sisters. After a few years of circus work, Barbette went solo and adopted his exotic-sounding pseudonym. He performed in full drag, revealing himself as male only at the end of his act. (Seen here in 1926)

Barbette began performing as an aerialist at around the age of 14 as one-half of a circus act called The Alfaretta Sisters. After a few years of circus work, Barbette went solo and adopted his exotic-sounding pseudonym. He performed in full drag, revealing himself as male only at the end of his act. (Seen here in 1926)

Serge Lutens - Google Search

Serge Lutens - Google Search

Steven Arnold (1943–1994) was a California-based multi-media artist, spiritualist, gender bender and protegee of Salvador Dalí. His work consisted of drawings, paintings, rock and film poster art, makeup design, costume design, set design, photography and film.  http://shewalkssoftly.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/dream-of-transformation.jpg

Steven Arnold (1943–1994) was a California-based multi-media artist, spiritualist, gender bender and protegee of Salvador Dalí. His work consisted of drawings, paintings, rock and film poster art, makeup design, costume design, set design, photography and film. http://shewalkssoftly.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/dream-of-transformation.jpg

A Vanitas tableau of a life sized head, on one side resembling Queen Elizabeth I, the other half a skull with attendant insects and reptiles...

A Vanitas tableau of a life sized head, on one side resembling Queen Elizabeth I, the other half a skull with attendant insects and reptiles...

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