Maria Lau

Artist-photographer. Contemplative arts and cultural identity obsessed. Fashion fascination. Black and white colors my world.
vintagegal:

Katy Keene Pin up Parade issue #6 (1955)

vintagegal:

Katy Keene Pin up Parade issue #6 (1955)

Thank you Rutgers for a wonderful full house reception and artist talk! Loved talking to the kids and inspiring them to #doyourshit forget the rest! #motivate #beyourself #theroadlesstraveled #rutgers #lovemylife

Thank you Rutgers for a wonderful full house reception and artist talk! Loved talking to the kids and inspiring them to #doyourshit forget the rest! #motivate #beyourself #theroadlesstraveled #rutgers #lovemylife

Sunset over Lady Liberty. #chilltown #jerseycity #statueofliberty #sunset

Sunset over Lady Liberty. #chilltown #jerseycity #statueofliberty #sunset

We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.

—Anaïs Nin (via purplebuddhaproject)

If you go to Rutgers University in New Brunswick, come by and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with me. My photos are up at the Center for Latino Arts and Culture and I will do an artist talk on thurs Oct 9th. Lets talk Cuba, Chino-Latino heritage, photography as memories, and cultural identity.

If you go to Rutgers University in New Brunswick, come by and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with me. My photos are up at the Center for Latino Arts and Culture and I will do an artist talk on thurs Oct 9th. Lets talk Cuba, Chino-Latino heritage, photography as memories, and cultural identity.

philamuseum:

More Art Monday: National Hispanic Heritage Month

To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15, here are a few of our favorite Hispanic artists.

Portrait of the Toreador José Romero,” c. 1795, Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, Spanish

Saint Francis Defeats the Antichrist,” c. 1691-92, Cristóbal de Villalpando, Mexican

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera,” 1964, Carl Van Vechten, American

Fall from a Balcony, Caída de un balcón,” c. 1803, Artist/maker unknown, Mexican

Enthroned Virgin and Child, with Saint Jerome, the Archangel Michael, and Angels Holding Instruments of the Passion,” Mid-16th century, Juan de Juanes (Juan Vincente Masip the Younger), Spanish (active Valencia)

Walked by this in my hood. Those were the days! RIP film shops.

Walked by this in my hood. Those were the days! RIP film shops.

Going back to old portraits looking for??

Going back to old portraits looking for??