l'objet de la femme est à moi
Apartment of Wolfgang Behnken
There’s nothing baroque about the neo-baroque apartment of ad-man Wolfgang Behnken of Young & Rubicam. It is rather an almost miesian gallery of good design, with pieces by the Eames, Florence Knoll, Milo Baughman and…
"[What] fascinates the hysteric..,..sustains the complicity of the hysteric with the pervert."
Lucie Cantin - Excerpt: “Sacher-Masoch had already written Venus in Furs and was famous when he met his wife-to-be, Aurore Rümelin. ..Aurore became “Wanda,” the main character in Venus, whom she was to embody in reality. ..After a bitter divorce, Rümelin published her..Confessions of my Life, under the penname Wanda von Sacher-Masoch.” - L.Cantin (via alterities)
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