grupaok: Édouard Manet, The Dead Christ with Angels, 1864 

February 25, 2013 Jan Willem van Welzenis

jaylonisrael: JAYLON ISRAEL HICKS Work NO. 9 Acrylic and Latex on Canvas *Thanks to all of my new followers!*

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Paul Cézanne, Antique Bust of Caracalla, c. 1882-90. Graphite pencil heightened with watercolor on wove paper. Philadelphia Museum of Art

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April 15, 2015 by daniel_ribar

FEATURED ARTIST: Brenna MurphyBrenna Murphy weaves trans-dimensional labyrinth using personal recording devices, computer graphics programs and digital fabrication. Her work is an ongoing meditation on the psychedelic composition of embodied experience across physical and virtual realms. Brenna Murphy (b. 1986, Edmonds, WA) lives and works in New York. She studied at Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, Oregon. Her first full-length color monograph was recently published through Pleasure...

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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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“Once in the evening, I’d been walking through the #Moscow streets and noticed this gas station,” photographer Michael V (@mi_fii) tells us. “But the problem was that there were a lot of cars because of rush hour and really boring points for making the shot, so I just climbed on the viaduct nearby, waited for the moment when there were no cars in the finder, and made this photo.” More at @mi_fii. // #nightmoves #Nightphoto #nightphotography #lowlight #cinematic #cin...

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From our March Journal (V2, 6): Contributor Christine Madrid French writes in defense of Brutalist buildings spurred by a visit to the Orlando Public Library [continued at Big Red & Shiny…] Paul Rudolph circa 1960 getting close to concrete.Image courtesy of the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

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May 13, 2011 SUZAN PITT
October 17, 2012

nycartscene:opens Fri, Jan 31, 6-8p:KAZUKO MIYAMOTOINVISIBLE-EXPORTS Gallery, 89 Eldridge St., NYCthe first solo exhibition in New York, in over a decade, of work by Kazuko Miyamoto, a preeminent feminist figure of minimalism. Born in wartime Tokyo, Miyamoto moved to New York in 1964, studied at the Arts Student League, and soon became assistant to Sol Lewitt… In her early work, (between 1968 and 1972), Miyamoto was primarily a painter of large-scale bichromatic acrylic canvases, works that infl...

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(via Arching bamboo trusses are left exposed in Chiang Mai sports hall to create a “feast to the eye”)

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Marcela Cárdenas | Botanical illustrations with body parts disguised as flowersThese illustrations seem to come straight out of a vintage book about botany. However, if you look closely, you will see human body parts interlaced between the leafs and roots. Nature and the vulnerability of life seem to be a recurrent theme in Marcela Cárdenas’ work. You can find more on her website.

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I am a software architect by profession. Travel around USA and Asia for work. While on the road I like to capture landscapes & wildlife. Please visit my photo blogs on: https://dkolitha.tumblr.com https://500px.com/dkolitha https://www.flickr.com/photos/dkolitha/ https://www.instagram.com/dkolitha/

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

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Stunning work by the prolific Raúl Gonzalez III. Closing day of the show at La Villa Victoria «Heroes Welcome or el Museo de los Perdidos: Raúl González + Elaine Bay» (at IBA - Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción)

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exhibitiondesignclub: Syndicat and Matthieu Laurette present MATTHIEU: Une rétrospective dérivée, 1993-2015 at 

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May 2, 2015 wildboyscrew
April 9, 2015 by cheynacarr

amare-habeo: Jef Verheyen (Belgian, 1932-1984) Flemish landscape, 1966-67  Oil on canvas, 117 x 117 cm

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June 8, 2014 Vincent Hawkins 

PHOTO: DAVIDE MONTELEONE10 Years After the Lebanon War: The Photos That Moved Them Most16 photographers reflect on the 2006 Lebanon War

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geordiewood: This month, in our annual Photo Issue, The FADER is publishing a feature on the epidemic of youth violence in Chicago, photographed by Daniel Shea. It’s no exaggeration to say this has been one of the most fulfilling projects that Daniel and I have ever worked on.  The feature is live online today. Over the duration of the week four extended edits will be posted along with conversations between Daniel and I. This essay was a deviation from past photo issues. Instead of publishing p...

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April 29, 2013
May 19, 2014 Yangyang Pan

A Page from the Drawing Papers ArchiveThis page from Drawing Papers 32 features Romance, a collage made by Kay Rosen in 2002.The 2002 exhibition Kay Rosen: Collages 1999-2002 presented an adventurous and exploratory drawing series springing from the artist’s larger body of text-based work. The works emerged from Rosen’s continued fascination with language and commitment to eliciting new meanings from everyday objects through the layering of text and image. Through subtle combinations of found ma...

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June 11, 2011 IIONA ANDERSON

Hi, Cath here. I take photographs of myself in the middle of the night. I think when darkness descends the earth shifts, becomes an inter-dimensional playground. Or maybe it’s quieter, and people are sleeping, so it’s easier to let my imagination loose. Who knows. I used fairy lights and my cellphone’s torch. You don’t need much to make something interesting.  My work lives here: tumblr & my website  what did you dream of last night?

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January 6, 2015 by bobbyscheidemann

Photograph by Alex Prager Prager’s colorful, elaborately staged photographs of crowds, on view at the Corcoran Gallery of Art from Nov. 23, 2013 – March 9, 2013, comprise the artist’s most ambitious project to date.

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