Viviane Sassen has a new exhibition at the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam entitled Umbra.

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“Combat boots and nudity, fake blood and a barrage of props. Dancenoise was feminism and showbiz rolled into one.” The New York Times profiles the duo, whose work is on view at the Whitney this week. Reserve tickets now.  DANCENOISE, performance in Eiszeit-Kino, Berlin, 1987. Image courtesy the artists

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Old man searching for his cigarettes in Belvedere, Vienna.  What fascinates me most about photography is the stories they have and make. That’s why usually I’m trying to tell stories through photographs. Mostly about people, even if there are only objects on the images. That’s why I only have photosets here. I put single images to my Instagram. thecamerastories.com instagram.com/thecamerastories

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Head flasks were first made in the Mediterranean region in first century A.D. They were mold blown, composed of two parts, and probably functioned as pitchers. Though forms, colors, and styles varied, they remained popular until the fourth and fifth century.

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December 24, 2012 Freestyle walking.
February 18, 2014 i’ll wait, 2014 ħ

FEATURED ARTIST: Marguerite HumeauMarguerite Humeau’s work stages the crossing of great distances in time and space, transitions between animal and mineral, and encounters between personal desires and natural forces. The work explores the possibility of communication between worlds and the means by which knowledge is generated in the absence of evidence or through the impossibility of reaching the object of investigation. Humeau weaves factual events into speculative narratives, therefore enabli...

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May 4, 2014 stephen powers
June 10, 2013 jess bonham

maxdeirmenjian: Vernal Falls | Yosemite National Park. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maxshmax/

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January 17, 2018 Miyoko Ito at BAMPFA

Earle Wilton Richardson (American, 1912 – 1935)Self Portrait, c. 1934 (Before and After Conservation)Oil on canvas22 ½" × 19 ½" (57.2 × 49.5 cm)On view at @nmaahc

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May 31, 2011 ED PASCHKE
April 18, 2017

The Polaroid issue of Prism Magazine featuring all the artists from the ‘Instant Love’ show in the Mad Art Gallery in Dublin last Thursday is online! There’s some amazing work in the show/mag I feel so lucky to be involved. Click through to see all the Polaroidy goodness <3

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September 17, 2013 Ludovic Fesson

America Is Hard to See is organized into a series of twenty-three thematic chapters titled after individual works. Explore each section on whitney.org through descriptive texts, audio, and video.

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August 9, 2011 TOM PHILLIPS

“Untitled, From On The Sixth Day Series”, 1996-2000  By: ALESSANDRA SANGUINETTI….

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Artist, poet, and writer Felix Bernstein ponders the “art of failure” and issues of identity and queer persona in a new musical performance debuting at the Whitney. Tickets at whitney.org. Felix Bernstein and Luke Smithers, Bieber and the Elder (promotional photograph for Bieber Bathos Elegy), 2015. Photograph by Luke Smithers 

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November 29, 2015 Still life from about 1910.

SubmissionFriday:  by Anastasiia Sapon http://www.anastasiiasapon.com/ http://anastasiiasapon.tumblr.com/

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My Amp Goes To 11 Artist Submission | Peter Georgakis: Visualizing the Irrational, 2013  Artist statement: This research investigates irrational thought in response to aggression and fear and how this may be visualized as an external skin. It considers historical, psychoanalytical and philosophical texts that discuss the uncanny, repression and shadows. These concepts aim to form the layers of these artworks in relation to irrationality. Starting at the uncanny, the art works created rely on a...

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April 9, 2013 Sophie Fontaine

Harriet Tubman and Other Truths at Grounds for Sculpture bills itself as Scott’s most comprehensive exhibition to date.(via “I Was an Artist in Vitro”: Joyce J. Scott and Her Darkly Beautiful Art)

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dazedarchives: Dazed & Confused, January 1999“Spot the difference”photographer: Lee Jenkinsstylist: Katie Grand

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redlipstickresurrected: Shōda Kôhô aka Kôhô Shōda aka 庄田耕 aka 庄田耕峰 (Japanese, 1871-1946, b. Japan) - Lake Biwa from Night Scene series, 1910-1930s  Color Woodcut Prints, Ink on Paper

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January 10, 2013 Kris Tate