Tacita Dean - Fatigues (E), 2012, chalk on blackboard, Fatigues E: 229.8 x 556 cm, No. 13883, Marian Goodman Gallery

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December 4, 2016 Raoul de Keyser

Trine Søndergaard and Nicolai Howalt have a long-term collaboration. Both danish, they have published books and exhibited together around the world.www.trinesondergaard.com

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February 9, 2016

cavetocanvas: Cai Guo-Qiang, Inopportune: Stage Two, 2004 Entering the tiger room, you see the violent act- tigers with arrows pierced into their bodies and there’s a very visceral response. Even though it’s completely fake, the tigers are so realistically made that the audience feels pain when they see the them. The pain is not in the tigers, which obviously can’t feel. The pain is really in the person who’s viewing this. So it’s through the artwork, because it represents pain, that one feels...

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February 23, 2016 on instagram @asteptare

thegetty: Photographing Motherhood: Gertrude Käsebier Gertrude Käsebier was one of the most influential American photographers of the early 20th century. She ran her own studio for over 30 years, had work published in major photography journals, exhibited across the United States and in 1910 established the Women’s Professional Photographers Association of America. At age 37, against her husband’s wishes, she moved her family to Brooklyn to study at the Pratt Institute of Art and Design full-tim...

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#5womenartists, #womens_history_month, #gertrude_kaesebier, #photography, #history

July 12, 2014

The LeWitt Collection is a remarkable example of an artist’s extraordinary curiosity and generosity, perhaps the truest portrait of a man who was notoriously private but who dedicated himself to his artistic interests and relationships. Sol LeWitt was an American Conceptual and Minimalist artist and a major figure responsible for the creating new methods and aesthetics during the 1960s and continues to influence even after his death in 2007. LeWitt first started to collect works of art during...

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May 10, 2015

Thomas Eakins, The Oboe Player (Portrait of Dr. Benjamin Sharp), 1903. Oil on canvas, 91.8 x 61.3 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art

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skindeeptales:Double mastectomy floral tattoo“The response to this piece is incredible. Tattooing is a beautiful and absolutely viable option for concealing or altering scars. When coupled with an artist you’ve researched and feel connected to… taking the reigns and regaining some sort of control can be empowering. There is healing in this!” ( David Allen )by David Allen - Pioneer Studios - Chicago

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May 20, 2015 Arnaud Lajeunie

What started as a series of unexpected visits from Vietnam’s Cultural Police has left one of Southeast Asia’s most respected artist residency programs temporarily stalled. Sàn Art’s Laboratory (the Lab) announced on February 22 that it has been forced to take a hiatus due to mounting pressure and recent difficulties obtaining licenses from both the Cultural Police and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism. The Lab is working to reconvene the program as soon as possible.Government Pressure...

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January 5, 2015 pikeys: Alessio Albi

Photo: David Guttenfelder—AP David Guttenfelder: The Photographer as Explorer After 20 years as an Associated Press photographer, David Guttenfelder is once again a freelancer. He speaks to TIME about his life at AP, his future plans and being named one of National Geographic’s new explorers.

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irakalan: REGINE SCHUMANN work is nothing less than a transcendental experience in light and color. Ranging from series of simple acrylic boxes to amalgamations of coiling tubes that spiral down from the ceiling, her sculptures are greatly influenced by architecture in their graceful forms and geometric precision. Schumann’s innovative use of materials and color combinations provides each work with a unique and ineffable luminosity. In daylight, the streamlined blending of transparent and opaqu...

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March 12, 2017 theegregore:Amy Yao

100,000+ Digitized Art History Books, Now on the Getty Research PortalA one-stop shop for digitized art history books, the Getty Research Portal now offers access to 100,000+ volumes on art, architecture, cultural history, and related fields from 20 libraries around the world. New today to time with the Portal’s fourth anniversary—a mobile-friendly design and lots of new features. Kandinsky’s On the Spiritual in Art from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Library and Archives; Edgar Allen Poe’s Le...

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Roman Ondàk, Measuring the universe (2007) Measuring the Universe is a performance art work by Slovak artist Roman Ondák first installed in the Pinakother der Moderne in Munich in 2007. The exhibition stars as a blank white wall and begins to fill when museum guards mark visitors’ height along with their name and the current date. It is in the collection of Tate Modern gallery in London. The only items required for the installation were a white room and a few black markers. What began as a clean...

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contemporist:Artist Michael Beitz has created “Not Now”, a 28 foot long sculpture made from wood. See more photos here (via contemporist.com)

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August 30, 2014 rollership: Killian Eng
March 7, 2016 shai azoulay
January 24, 2012 ROBERT LAZUKA