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May 14, 2015 Hannah Nagle
November 28, 2016

oculablog: Allora & Calzadilla (in collaboration with Ted Chiang), The Great Silence (2014). Installation view: Sharjah Biennial 13, ‘Tamawuj,’ Sharjah, UAE (10 March–12 June 2017). © Ocula. Photo: Charles Roussel.

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June 5, 2016 🏘
March 31, 2010 CF

(via Enoteca Dai Tosi Is A Wine Bar Carved Into the Mountain [Matera] | Trendland) Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu

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February 3, 2017 Brittany Nelson
December 23, 2011 patrick joust
August 7, 2012
February 10, 2013 Michael Dotson
March 26, 2016 pylore: Ikko Tanaka

wowgreat: James Siena Red and Black Spirals, Connected. , 2013 Graphite and colored pencil on paper 11 x 8.5  in (27.94 x 21.59 cm) Framed Unique Courtesy of the artist

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December 28, 2013 Sparky. Photo: Anaritzz

redlipstickresurrected: Lee Jin Ju aka Lee Jinju 이진주 (Korean, b. Busan, South Korea) - The Material Of Mind  Painting                                                                         

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March 7, 2016 Cynthia Daignault

postcardsfromamerica: An intoxicated man who was selling drugs is arrested after running away and fighting with the police. Miami, Florida - Paolo Pellegrin

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Photographer Catherine Losing (@catherinelosing) took this picture as part of the Cherry Bombe (@cherrybombemag) ‘Feast your Eyes’ issue. “I decided to shoot food inspired by art,” she tells us. “This was based on Eléments Végétaux by Henri Matisse. I worked on the series with Food Stylist Iain Graham (@iaingrahamchef) and Set Designer Sarah Parker (@sarahparkermade).” // #matisse #cherrybombemag #catherinelosing #foodphotography #stilllifephotography #foodart #foodphotog...

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A Page from the Drawing Papers ArchiveThis page from Drawing Papers 84 features parallel 11 (plumbago), a graphite on cotton board drawing created by Anne Lindberg in 2007.The exhibition Apparently Invisible: Selections Spring 2009 presented work by nine artists selected from the Viewing Program. The pieces included in the exhibition skirted the edge of perception and cognition, and required a visual recalibration. Many of the artworks were physically hard to see: optical boundaries were blurred...

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Sahand Hesamiyan: Sulook, 2013   Steel, UV Color, and Black light  / 417 * 190 * 190 cm Derived from the Arabic term Sulook, the name finds its roots in the Sufi tradition of mysticism. It alludes to a spiritual pathway and involves developing both the exoteric and esoteric aspects of life with accordance to religious guidance.In physical form, the complex geometric structures and modern aesthetic in the exhibit take inspiration from the traditional structure of the dome — an ancient Persian st...

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Henrik Haven, who keeps us up to date in all that’s Copenhagen and Denmark, emailed over some photos from the Viborg International Billboard Painting Festival that’s running throughout June. In this short installment he introduces us to the work of urban/graffiti artist and illustrator NYCHOS.

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November 30, 2014

Rashid Johnson’s Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos (2008), installed outdoors as part of An Incomplete History of Protest.

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November 5, 2011
July 16, 2013 Clinton King

verylargebuildings: Annie Mae Young, born 1928 “Bars,” ca. 1965 Corduroy, denim, polyester knit, assorted synthetics, 81 x 79

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November 27, 2013 rachelmalin: konrad lueg
November 26, 2013 aidankoch: NEW