Ana Markovic

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Ana Markovic

July 19, 2016 by petra varl

anxiaostudio: A chic “Valentine” portable typewriter designed by Ettore Sottsass, Jr. and Perry A. King. This was designed not for the office but to be used for poetry and creative #writing. #design at the RISD Museum.

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January 17, 2015 by nhmcelroy

museumuesum: Charles Harlan Pallets, 2012 wood, stone, brick, cement block, steel, masonite, 60 x 40 x 48 inches

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#sculpture, #charles_harlan

Enlightened Blessings Each moment a moment dies while another is born. Symphony in this moment made me capture it. Photo by Siddharth SetiaLocation: Vrindavan, IndiaTo buy this Photo print mail me at siddharth4586@gmail.com Join @siddharth-setia-photography to see more from my Travel stories. 

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#photographers_on_tumblr, #black_and_white, #candid, #commercial, #conceptual, #documentary, #experimental, #photojournalism, #still_life, #street, #travel, #submission

hijaktaffairs:mandy lyn perez stanley, 2014 oil paint, acrylic, sparkle foam, and canvas on canvas adhered to wood panel 11” x 8”

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#mandy_lyn_perez, #art, #contemporary_art, #modern_art, #minimalism, #minimal, #minimalist, #post_minimalism, #painting, #design, #paint, #color, #pastel, #teal, #pink, #abstra

February 4, 2014
April 10, 2017 Jack Vanzet
April 18, 2016 Adele Zubrzycka
February 5, 2015 Mandy Lyn perez

CURITIBA, Brazil — Despite Polaroid having officially discontinued its product in 2008, it has resisted extinction. In 2012, the company started selling new instant film, which, while not as good in quality, has allowed it to live on. Created in 1937, Polaroid developed as an art form in the 1970s thanks to the work of artists like David Hockney, Andy Warhol, and Mary Ellen Mark. Part of the appeal, for artists and non-artists alike, has been the film’s unpredictable and imperfect qualities. Cha...

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#charif_benhelima, #museu_oscar_niemeyer

August 15, 2014 © Jonathan Allenberg. 

Brooke Holm - Up, 2014Aerial photographs from the Yarra Valley, Australia. Featured in Melbourne Milieu broadsheet issue 2, 2016See more Brooke Holm posts here.

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#art, #landscape, #nature, #photography, #australia, #brooke_holm

June 12, 2017 Susan Blase

museumuesum: Jasper Johns Dancers on a Plane, 1980-81 Oil and acrylic on canvas with painted bronze frame, 78 3/4 x 63 3/4 in

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lafilleblanc: Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez Vinyl Abstraction, 2013 “In the last two years, Lesser has worked with a digital collage technique, designing graphics and backgrounds by computer that he prints and recomposes into works that you can check out here and here. But he felt something was missing: the expressiveness of a human touch. And so he veered more steadily towards further abstraction, adding a physical interface to the process. A scanner with which to acquire printed graphic elements an...

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August 30, 2017
August 26, 2012 #6

Rekha Rodwittiya’s iconic female figures loom large. An amalgamation of Indian classical and tribal images, Rodwittiya’s asexual goddesses evade easy categorization. Currently in her solo exhibition Rituals of Memory at Aicon Gallery, they command an uncanny presence and beg scrutiny.Talismanic and Tenacious Goddesses that Resist Femininity

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#rekha_rodwittiya, #aicon_gallery

likeafieldmouse: Jay DeFeo - The Rose (1958-69) “The story of Jay DeFeo and The Rose is both a cautionary tale of obsession and an inspiring tale of determination and belief. She began working on The Rose in 1958. She was 29 years old and for the next eight years, she did little else but sit on a stool in her studio, smoking cigarettes, drinking Christian bothers brandy while she painted and scraped away at her vision. First titled The Deathrose, then The White Rose and finally just The Rose, D...

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Submission Friday:DOUG MAGNUSON“Gesamtwerk (for Moholy-Nagy)“2017collage on paper22.5” x 30”

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December 7, 2013 Evan Nesbit
March 1, 2016 Morgane Nicolas

Rafael Gómez Barros Casa tomada (House Taken Over or Ants)  2010 Fiberglass, resin, sand, coal, cords, branches; 1,300 ants (Top photo © Fernando Vergara; bottom © Juan Carlos Herrera) According to the artist, these ants–which were installed on the facade of the National Congress building in Botoga–represent those displaced as a result of ongoing armed conflict in Colombia. The title was taken from a story by Julio Cortázar, which tells the tale of a brother and sister forced to leav...

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#rafael_gomez_barros, #colombia, #public_installation, #animal, #fiberglass, #contemporary, #2000s, #2000_09, #latin_american

April 26, 2015 mpdrolet: Gil Inoue
July 12, 2013

Jim Houser’s solo show opens Friday evening at #FFDG (6-9pm) in San Francisco. 2277 Mission St at 19th www.ffdg.net

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#ffdg

Hi I’m Richard. I live in Lancashire, in the North West of England. I shoot a Nikon D7000 paired with either the 18-105mm kit lens or the 35mm f1.8 DX. I don’t specialise; but try and vary the subject matter and take the very best shot I can without taking the camera out of manual mode.

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May 10, 2016