Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

Melania Klein with her grandson Michael Adults like to hold babies and small children in their arms – and for this age to be hold is perceived as an incredible support of vitality and objectively it is absolutely necessary for infants’ development. But in this photo we see Melania Klein refraining from physical contact with […]

Photo of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Adolf Hitler at school among their classmates This unique photograph allows us to compare the faces of schoolboys Wittgenstein and Hitler when they were just schoolkids. Here, we see the faces of six boys of the same age. In the second line, to the left we see a boy who […]

Fascist Propaganda Poster with Benito Mussolini’s profile Hitler slogan underlining the unity of German people was –Ein Volk, Ein Reich, ein Führer! (One Folk, One Country, One Leader!) The slogan on this poster is – Un Cuore Solo, Una Volonta Sola, Una Decisione Sola! (A common heart, a common will, a single decision!) The contrast […]

Dora Maar “Picasso Sleeping” (1936 – 1937) Looking at the photograph for the first time one can get the feeling that something is not quite right here. Indeed, something is very particular in Picasso’s sleeping. Is it really sleep, or something more or something other than sleeping? Picasso is, as if, embracing himself with his […]

Dora Maar, “Boy on the Corner of the Rue de Genets” (1933) We see that the wall the boy is leaning against is probably the back wall of some kind of a “cargo” place), be it a garage or a storage. Judging by the boy’s face he is trying to rest – to semi-sleep – […]

Dora Maar, “Model in the window”, Paris, 1933 Have you notice that dolls often become tired of girls? It’s, as if, they feel that the girls’ real interest is not them, their dolls (whom they restlessly dress-undress and do-undo their hair, etc.), but… the men of their future. So, the girls’ dolls got the desire […]

Loyalty Instead Of Lawfulness – Conservative Women And Macho-Men They Admire Dora Maar’s “Pont de L’alma”, Paris (1935) What is the most important part of the female anatomy for a despotic male? Harmonious face? Meticulous hairdo? Neck of purity? Breasts of generosity? Coquettish pubic hair? Paradise Bird? Her shoulders with underarms asking for a man’s […]

Dora Maar, “Alberto Giacometti’s Sculpture ‘Hands Holding Void (Invisible Object)’ in his studio”, Paris, 1934 It’s a very tricky task to try to interpret the work of one artist (especially as significant as Alberto Giacometti) as a part of the work of art made by another artist (especially as talented as Dora Maar). Why Dora […]

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