chrisbmarquez: “Lemonade Road” by Janja Primozic (@janjap2) // Shop link in bio @Society6 http://bit.ly/VisitSociety6

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July 9, 2016

Finally going to get an answer… Am I in a field or not? #field #fieldguide #books #bookshop (at Aardvark Books)

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Lucía Romaní - Sin título (Juego de casas II)Neste universo: Centro de Memória de Vila do Conde. Portugal, 2013De lo particular a lo universal, de lo exclusivo a lo privativo. De las casas de bolsillo a la imposibilidad de la vivienda. Del exceso de lo edificado al habitáculo soñado, entre la presencia –la casa– y la ausencia –la dificultad para habitarla–. De las casas en juego a las casas para el juego (existe un abismo). Jugar y entretenerse con casas y espacios implica pensar e idear. Implic...

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October 29, 2013 Perttu Saksa

mymodernmet: Bellerby & Co. Globemakers: One of the World’s Only Globe-Making Studios Celebrates the Ancient Art of Handcrafted Globes

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Under the Italian title “Tradizione, Costruzione” (Italian for “Tradition, Construction”), set designer Gemma Tickleand photographer Aaron Tilley, both based in London, joined forces to create five different settings made of five different types of pasta, paying homage to Italian architecture. The final result is a photo series which depicts the brittle beauty of structural and decorative architectural elements. A unique curtain is created through hundreds of hanging blac...

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ag your best work #theprintswap between now and 1/26/18 for a chance to be considered for the upcoming Print Swap exhibition at @monthofphotola in April. MOPLA is a hub for gallerists, curators, and editors from establishments including The J. Paul Getty Museum, the British Journal of Photography, PDN, Canon, the Los Angeles Times, and more. This show will feature approximately 30 inspiring photos from participating photographers in @theprintswap, curated by Paul Kopeikin, the director of Kopeik...

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October 16, 2016 by javier jaén

The Renaissance of Renée CoxIn Soul Culture, Cox is again front and center, but also directs our attention to a cast of colorful characters who include her peers, protégés, and sons Tosh and Ziggy.

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icelandicphoto:Stakkholtsgjá is a well known gorge in the Thórsmörk area in the Icelandic highlands. But just next to it and most of the time overlooked by visitors is a beautiful ravine that´s much worth the visit. Surrounded by steep cliffs with a small freshwater stream at the bottom

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January 28, 2014
January 29, 2016
November 19, 2015 Vladamir Besson

If you live in Hamburg, Germany you might want to check out the Pixar retrospective at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe. It celebrates the artists that created the world of Toy Story, A Bug’s Life and Wall-E before any of the animators were involved, in storyboards, sculptures and tons of sketches. It’s very impressive and truly inspiring. I did some sketches and actually felt connected to all those brilliant people who most of us have never heard of. Btw, Nemo on the left there is m...

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Suman Kabiraj is a multidiscipinary Indian artist. He represented his works in several art festivals and national and International exhibitions. He finds his subjects from his surroundings, contemporary time and social and political issues. He achieved a number of national and International art awards and scholarships in his fields. He lives and works in Calcutta, India. 

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FEATURED ARTIST: Amba Sayal-Bennett, Voltaic, 2015. Drawing projection, tape, card, plastic bag. 67 11/16 x 67 5/16 x 18 ½ inches. Courtesy the artist.www.sculpture-center.org

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January 29, 2014 © Cyrille Weiner.

artsy: “I chose to camouflage my body into the environment because this way, people will pay more attention to the background’s social property, and the meaning of my body disappeared in this environment as an individual.“—Liu Bolin

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June 27, 2017 youtreau: An-My Lê
May 29, 2013 Julia Fredenburg
August 26, 2012 #6
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June 15, 2011 Ola Vasiljeva
January 28, 2015  DALeast
April 4, 2013 Laure Salgon

Compared to the evocative heavenly hands by the glorious Michelangelo Buonarroti  in the heaven of the Sistine Chapel,  you could almost say that Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio is the “man who fell to the earth,” where hands and feet reflect the gruff, austere reality of dirt and labor. Highly competitive and volatile, Caravaggio lived the intense life of the street, the very heart of his artistic vision. When we see these moments with real people in sort of real time and place, we sense the...

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abstrakshun: Christine Nakamarra Curtis (Australia) Mina Mina Jukurrpa (Mina Mina Dreaming) – Ngalyipi @  Warlukurlangu Artists - http://warlu.com/artwork/295_16ny/

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