Giulia Costa🐚 media on instagram
@giuliacosta
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Kai Greene media on instagram
@kaigreene
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@MiniKai slowwwww down!!! ⚡️

One Kings Lane media on instagram
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From midcentury emporiums in Greenpoint to the storied row of shops on Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn’s antiquing scene is filled with eclectic finds. Channel the look of New York’s coolest borough with our vintage picks via the link in our bio. (Image: @stoopsofbrooklyn)

@okdeon
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i haven’t met all of me yet.

@baohngo
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splash I & II, may 2019. with my best friend + muse @annikawhite 💦 sorry i keep disappearing/not posting to my feed for weeks at a time... just finding lately that social media hurts my brain a little lol. dont worry though i still love all of u.

Isadora Cruz media on instagram
@isadoracruz
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@fioafiobr stole my heart❤️ ✨ Pela maravilhosa 📷: @carolbiazotto

RB media on instagram
@rahquisebowen
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I’m on a strict mind my buisness & money diet

THE AIDS MEMORIAL media on instagram
@theaidsmemorial
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— “Eric Bemisderfer (May 24, 1960 - June 26, 1989) was running through Prospect Park, Brooklyn one sunny afternoon in 1988. We spied each other and my heart rushed. Eric was radiant, airy and gorgeous. We kissed in the sun-dappled bushes. He had a light touch and I had a broken heart which his presence immediately patched together. . Eric was an EastVillage artist — ABC No Rio, No Se No, Rivington School —- that sort of crowd/places, but I didn't know him from then but a quieter, transitional phase a few years after. He lived in a small decayed marble bank in Carroll Gardens that he had converted into an underheated bohemian palace.  He was making a buck, waiting, dreaming. . Eric left Buffalo at 18 — young man from the provinces — to study art in New York.  Legend has it he shared a squat with @Madonna. He had a fleeting moment of art fame and then he was regrouping when HIV cut him down. Too young, too beautiful, talented but no genius — a tragedy out of expressionist German silent film. . Eric was a looker and charming.  Also, you knew he had never in his life hurt a fly, let alone a person, cliché as that sounds. How many people can you say that about?  I really don't think he was vulnerable or naive, but he was fragile. . I knew him about 9 months, during which he was first diagnosed HIV+, then had a few wretched bouts with pneumonia and then he killed himself. . Eric’s brief time living with HIV has nothing much to do with what his time on this earth meant but I never met his family, didn't know his art and only met his circle of friends at that sad end. I felt utterly twisted in our time together — bliss that I had found him, in love, yet afraid of love, afraid of HIV, bewildered by his esoteric beliefs, choices. . We were lovers but frankly I don't know if I was a great love for him, and I didn't know then if he was my true love.  His being so sick and clearly dying really threw a wrench into it. He was so light, especially in how he loved, and I was so heavy then. . I knew he was special but his being, soul, value, was beyond my comprehension, and only time has shown me how wonderful he was.” — by Mecch . 📷 © @bobbymiller1908

Rusty Clanton media on instagram
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We’re just very happy to be here, honestly. Thank you to all who came to the shindig last night!