Philip Govedare - Excavation #6, 2010, oil on canvas, 66” x 59”See more Philip Govedare posts here.

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An architectural scene photographed by Natalie Christensen (@natalie_santafe), who writes for CENTER (@centersantafe), “I have spent my professional life as a psychotherapist and consultant. I became passionate about photography after moving to Santa Fe from Kentucky. It consumed me and I didn’t think too much about why I was attracted to certain subjects. As I became more serious I started to notice certain patterns in my work; many of them were visual expressions of ideas I had alw...

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#Lisbon photographer Pedro Quintas (@pedroquintas) captures Praia de São João in ‘Life’s a Beach,’ one of the recently selected images from The Print Swap. @theprintswap is a fun way for photographers to connect and share their work. Photographers can submit images using the hashtag #theprintswap. Selected photographers will give a print and receive a print from someone else in exchange. It’s free to apply, and we take care of printing and shipping, though selected photographers pay...

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August 15, 2014 © Jonathan Allenberg. 

SEE ANIMATION IN NYCStudio Ghibli’s When Marnie Was There “When Marnie Was There follows Anna, an anguished 12-year-old who befriends Marnie, a girl who lives in a mysterious stone mansion. “The protagonist, Anna, is an ordinary girl like you would find anywhere. Of all Ghibli protagonists, she’s arguably the most introverted, with a low self-esteem, and deeply hurt,” director Hiromasa Yonebayashi told The Hollywood Reporter. “But through her interactions with Marnie...

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Read Excerpts from Interview with Louise Despont by Brett Littman - On Drawing and The Drawing Center’s Energy Scaffolds and Information Architecture exhibition on view Jan 22/Mar 20 Brett Littman: What materials do you use to draw? Has that been consistent over the years? Louise Despont: I work with colored pencil, graphite, architectural stencils, French curves, compasses, and rulers on the pages of the ledger books. Occasionally, I use white ink and gold or copper leaf. I love how something t...

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September 12, 2015 Rime
June 15, 2016
September 24, 2014 Arnout Killian - Hit (1999)
December 19, 2016 Shane Griffin Chromatic

Still looking for something special for the art lover in your life? Let them choose! Pick up a Whitney Shop gift card at the Museum. 

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itscolossal: A Cloud of 100,000 Illuminated Balloons Suspended Inside Covent Garden by Charles Pétillion

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Why draw a regular frog when you can draw a sexy frog?With claw like feet and hands, conflicting hints at scale (are those tiny coins or a giant frog?) and a human-like expression, this drawing sits between fantasy and a study of the natural world.The frog is an allegory of avarice aka extreme greed. It grasps at coins between it’s legs and grips the sphere that represents the earth. Don’t be greedy, folks.

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October 24, 2014 Albert Oehlen

installationarts: Simon Starling Mirrored Wallhead 2009 Quarried and machined limestone 650 x 118 x 50cm @Mac/Val

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Capturing the beauty of the ordinary - Budapest From my ongoing project and same titled blog #allcitiesarebeautiful.  It’s all about creativity, city exploration, and inspiration and has become an archive of city and travel photography, shared experiences, and advice. www.allcitiesarebeautiful.tumblr.com

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September 8, 2012 #34
October 17, 2015

MediaWomb, 2009 1800 pieces of acoustic insulators (molded pulp), wood beams, sound sensors Courtesy of the artists ( Giacomo Castagnola, Camilo Ontiveros, Nina Waisman, Felipe Zúñiga) Photo: Carla Herrera-Pratts. Pictured: Felipe Zúñiga and Josh Kun

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Volkswagen wire project is a commissioned piece of art by designers Karen Oetlingand Juan Pablo Ramos Valadez

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April 19, 2012 Shaun Flynn

hirosuke1203:Hello Doha. Somehow I stay 1night at Doha in Qatar because my flight from Paris to Tokyo didn’t connect well by airline’s mistaken at here… (at Museum of Islamic Art (MIA))

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Two Followers of Cadmus Devoured by a Dragon 1588 Cornelis van Haarlem Description from National Gallery: This gruesome episode comes from the story of Cadmus which is told in Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses’ (III: 1-151). Cadmus was sent by the Delphic oracle to follow a cow and build a town where it sank from exhaustion. The cow stopped on the future site of Thebes, and Cadmus, intending to sacrifice it, sent his followers to get water from the neighbouring well of Ares. They were ki...

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Clarence H. WhiteAmerican, 1871-1925 Nude, c. 1909 Platinum print 9½ x 7⅝ in. (24.2 x 19.4 cm) Museum of Modern Art New York, New York, USA

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PHOTO: TASNEEM ALSULTANPersonal Tales of Love, Divorce and Guardianship in Saudi ArabiaTasneem Alsultan’s personal project on what happens after “happily ever after”

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May 29, 2013 J. Wesley Brown
November 21, 2016

http://ift.tt/2l5LNWj Print Swap is open to photographers of all genres. Submitting is easy: just tag your best pictures #theprintswap on Instagram. We regularly feature selected photographs, like this one by Nicola Malkmus, across our social networks. Learn more at www.theprintswap.com.

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Flashback Friday! LACMA, circa 1965. [Image: Aerial view of Los Angeles County Museum of Art, c. 1965. William L. Pereira and Associates, architects. Photo © 2013 Museum Associates/LACMA, photographic archives]  

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March 15, 2015 dominic kesterton
September 25, 2012 Shot from above.