ilovetocollectart: Georg Baselitz - Greenberg grins, 2013, oil on canvas

April 9, 2015

I LOVE this picture of someone’s shadow taking a picture of the shadows made by BARBARA HEPWORTH’S “Two Forms With White (Greek)”…. :)

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March 21, 2017
April 13, 2017 by slavs and tatars

ojandassociates: Page 7 Associate #34 2014 A series of hand colored digital Prints by Otabenga Jones & Associates. This image is a coloring book page from a 2008 OJ&A project which looked at important histories and figures relevant to black political movements in the year 1968.  OJ&A doesn’t often make 2D work so this is a treat for the people. These are available for a limited time via Project Row Houses’ silent auction and gala, celebrating their 20 year anniversary. 

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January 13, 2014
June 5, 2015

c86: Chris Burden - Metropolis II Four years in the making, and currently installed at LACMA Watch a short documentary about it HERE via Art Blart

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May 28, 2013
May 28, 2014 Rachel Avena Brown

FEATURED ARTIST: Karyn Olivier, Buoy and line, 2013. Abandoned lobster buoy and new line. 15 ft. x 39 in. Courtesy the artist.= http://sculpture-center.org/

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Ward Roberts - Flotsam, 2014-20171.We all know this: Repeat a word or a phrase often enough, listen to it over and over in your head, and it will soon start losing its meaning, turning unfamiliar, comic even, and, eventually, downright surreal. Ward Roberts’ series Flotsam gathers on you in a similar fashion.2.At first sight, the images seem innocent enough: a lonely figure on a vast expanse of beach, nondescript suburbia in the distance, infinite blue skies. A picture perfect moment, carefully...

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October 28, 2015 tom schamp

pradaphne: Karen Elson in “Broken English”, photographed by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia May 2013.

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September 27, 2017

Julie Mehretu’s HOWL, eon (I, II), 2017 in the Haas Jr. Atrium were the largest paintings we have ever installed. On view (for free) starting this weekend.

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September 17, 2015
December 27, 2015 Ann Craven
August 18, 2015 Joseph Kadow
September 4, 2016 6qth: KEROUAC 1998 Vol.5
April 15, 2015 by samanthabelden
August 2, 2014 madison shackell-york
December 14, 2012 eignv: Props: Nobythai

stephaniegonot: I’m curating another photo show.  So excited. (click image for larger version) PHOTO SHOW. THIS FRIDAY. LOS ANGELES. 

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amare-habeo: Renato Guttuso (Italian, 1912 - 1987) The portrait of Pablo Neruda, 1954Oil on canvas, 92 x 74 cm

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PHOTO: CAROLYN DRAKE—MAGNUM PHOTOSBernie Sanders’ Californian DreamsMagnum photographer Carolyn Drake followed Bernie Sanders in California

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February 13, 2015 by lalph_rauren
September 22, 2010 http://www.brookenipar.com/
November 28, 2016 tssbnchn: #rudolfsteiner
November 2, 2012
April 2, 2015 by yerinmok

Some inspiration for those cooking Thanksgiving meals today! A full-scale and exactingly detailed kitchen encrusted in a rainbow of glistening beads, Liza Lou’s monumental installation took five years to make. After researching kitchen design manuals as well as historical tracts about the lives of nineteenth-century women, the artist made drawings and three-dimensional models to achieve a loose outline of Kitchen’s floor plan. Lou then fashioned the objects out of paper mâché, painted them, and...

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OPENING January 22: “Louise Despont: Energy Scaffolds and Information Architecture” is the first solo museum exhibition for Despont, an artist best known for using compasses, stencils, and rulers to create intricate and deeply meditative drawings on ledger paper. Evening opening, Thursday, January 21, 6-8pm. On view January 22-March 20. Today in our Main Gallery we are working on both of Louise Despont’s architectural spaces. The first architectural enclosure on view, entit...

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