La Capeline rouge, Madame Monet 1873, huile sur toile, Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art
cavetocanvas: Studio Interior - Gustave Caillebotte, 1872-74
Women of the IRA, Alex Bowle, Northern Ireland, 1977
"Protest is when I say I don’t like this. Resistance is when I put an end to what I don’t like."
"If one sets a car on fire, that is a criminal offence. If one sets hundreds of cars on fire, that is political action."
Two chechen women strapped with explosives blew themselves up at a crowded outdoor Rock Festival at Tushino in Western Moscow on July 5, 2003.
One of them in the color picture vs. Gerhard Richter “Dead” 1988
Richter’s Dead depicts Ulrike Meinhof, who was a german journalist for left-wing magazine Konkret, but mainly she was left-wing activist-terrorist, a co-founder of Red Army Faction - Rote Armee Fraktion. She was arrested in 1972 and before her trial concluded, Ulrike was found hanged in her prison cell in 1976.
Ulrike as student in Oldenburg, 1949 (picture extracted from Bettina Röhl’s So MAcht Kommunismus Spass! Ulrike Meinhof, Klaus Rainer Röhl und die Akte konkret, 2006)
"Look like the innocent flower,
But be the serpent under it."