Michel Jones - Mr S Leaving Place M, 2011

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Art, Michel Jones, Photography

September 30, 2013 Ophelia Gaunt-Perroud

Since 2009, the Month of Photography Los Angeles (@monthofphotola) has shown pioneering work by photographers like Lynsey Addario, Larry Sultan, Alex Prager, Martin Schoeller, Graciela Iturbide, Bruce Nauman, Janette Beckman, and more. This April, The Print Swap (@theprintswap) is coming to MOPLA in a show curated by Paul Kopeikin, the director of the renowned Kopeikin Gallery (@kopeikingallery). Submit your best work using the hashtag #theprintswap between now and 1/26/18 for a chance to be con...

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Feather skulls by Laurence Le Constant part of the ’My Lovely Bones’ series. Images courtesy of Galerie Géraldine Banier My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram

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spookylangsettte:can’t believe I wore this out 2 the club~> bar-> strop clob lol jamaica maickin me crazie

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January 28, 2016 Frank Auerbach
November 1, 2013
March 30, 2015 Christian Benetel

To know all the informations on my Artworks(size,price,etc…) visit my websites:http://www.claudioparentela.net/ / and http://claudioparentel.altervista.org/All images copyright ©Claudio Parentela.All rights reserved.No unauthorized duplication of any kind.

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Cy TwomblyAmerican, 1928-2011 Lepanto VII, 2001 Acrylic, wax crayon, and graphite on canvas 85.25 x 134 in. Museum Brandhorst Munich, Germany

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#cy_twombly, #america, #painting, #acrylic, #crayon, #graphite, #contemporary, #abstract_expressionism, #2000s, #2000_09, #museum_brandhorst, #art, #lgbtq

FEATURED ARTIST: Adam Marnie Non, 2013. Inkjet color print mounted on drywall, painted wood. 75 x 55 x 7.5 inches. Courtesy the artist and Derek Eller Gallery, NY.

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February 11, 2015 by brunozhu
January 9, 2017 Hello Sunday

creative-cap: “Ann Hamilton’s portrait series O N E E V E R Y O N E is based on two ideas: the systematic representation of the individual and the commonality of people in all their manifestations. The bridge between these two ideas is touch, which plays a literal and abstract role in the work.” Read about Ann Hamilton’s portrait series commissioned by the Health Learning Building at the University of Texas, Austin on @hyperallergic here.

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Grey wolf brothers captured near Yellowstone National Park.  Captured with a Nikon D40 and 200mm lens.  –  I’m Robin, a 16-year-old photographer based in the western United States.  I enjoy all kinds of photography, but I favor nature and wildlife photos for the honesty; a shot like this can’t be staged.   My blog:  http://canadian-american-hoser.tumblr.com/ Instagram: @Ocanada_ DeviantART: wehadafallingout

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gaywrites: From tonight’s rally in NYC in solidarity with trans youth. (via Moriya Photography and Film/NYCLU)

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September 17, 2015
September 27, 2012
April 15, 2015 by nicholas_jannelli

Submit your best photos to The Print Swap (@theprintswap) using the hashtag #theprintswap between now and 1/26 for a chance to show work at the Month of Photography Los Angeles (@monthofphotola), a premier festival for photography, ranging from commercial to fine art to photojournalism. Our exhibition will feature 30 photos from The Print Swap, curated by Paul Kopeikin, director of LA’s Kopeikin Gallery (@kopeikingallery), which represents artists like Cig Harvey, Richard Tuschman, Didier...

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April 3, 2015 by joeearleyjournal

“Communities exist all around us, whether they are corporate, institutions, organizations, online or grassroots.In art, communities have taken many forms that disrupt the canon of art history. For example, the Impressionists in 1860s France, medieval art workshops, and the international Fluxus groups of the 1960s and 70s.The Black Panthers built a community to challenge police brutality, systemic anti-blackness, and capitalism. By funding a free breakfast program for low-income black children, p...

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#questions_from_an_intern, #community, #impressionism, #fluxus, #medieval, #art_hoe_collective, #black_panthers

Naoto Hattori’s creatures are both vivid and dreamlike, rendered in vibrant acrylics. The Japan-born artist creates absorbing work teeming with innocence. See more on HiFructose.com.

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November 3, 2015 Erik
April 17, 2015
February 11, 2010 CF

William BlakeEnglish, 1757–1827 The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun, c. 1805 Pen and ink with watercolor over graphite 16 x 13¼ in. (40.8 x 33.7 cm) National Gallery of Art Washington, D.C., USA

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April 18, 2012 My day in portraits.

mfdp: ‘Evasion Urbaine’ by Benedetto Bufalino and Benoit Deseille. ‘With the advent of the mobile phone, the booth cabin are unused. We rediscovered this glass box to transform it into an urban aquarium full of coloured fish. This is an invitation to travel and to escape the daily city environment.’

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November 23, 2015 Natasja Fourie

A Page from the Drawing Papers ArchiveThis page from Drawing Papers 65  features Untitled, an acrylic wash on paper collage by Eleanore Mikus, created in 1966.The 2007 exhibition Eleanore Mikus: From Shell to Skin featured a selection of the artist’s early work, including drawings and paintings, several of her ‘Tablets’ from the early 1960s, and some slightly later folded paper works. Mikus’s work both conformed to the Minimalist aesthetic of the era while contradicting the style’s emotional di...

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September 9, 2013 Matt Sheridan Smith
July 27, 2013 Marc Bijl
May 13, 2015 by kentandreasen
December 22, 2011 Scrollster