“Death on a Toilet,” Francis Bacon, 1973.

“The method of averting one’s attention from evil, and living simply in the light of good is splendid as long as it will work, but it breaks down impotently as soon as melancholy comes, because the evil facts which it refuses positively to account for are a genuine portion of…

Sam Copeland

New York based freelance writer. Cultural and political commentary.

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