Jan Erik Waider, Winter Storm, Iceland

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phorography, landscape, Jan Erik Waider

September 26, 2016
July 3, 2012 winslow laroche
July 10, 2012

Vince Staples’s Summertime ‘06 is the hardest album to hit the rap game in a decade, maybe more. Since “hard” is a buzzword that rappers freely claim and/or misuse whenever their supposed authenticity feels threatened, let me be clear: the last hip-hop album both to project austerity this severe and to make it work aesthetically without sacrificing musical appeal was… Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury, back in 2006? Desolate, sinister, coolheaded and conceited, Hell Hath No Fury sounds fantastic ten ye...

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jacobvanloon: Stations/Colliders - Jacob van LoonThe editor at Never Lazy mentioned how much my work has developed since earlier this year — bringing the realization that I don’t review my work much after each piece is finished. Change doesn’t appear the same to me, especially when I’m working in series.  

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ubik-void: Cedric Price, Olympia (1971) Perspective sketch with cluster of small spheres for seating Perspective sketch of village square with cluster of small spheres for audiovisual information or air conditioning

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November 23, 2016 Ryan Shorosky

Installation view of Ulrike Müller’s Some (2017) and Rug (gato chico) (2015) in the 2017 Biennial. 

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December 27, 2016
September 20, 2015 Sheila Hicks
September 8, 2016 Zao Wou-Ki - Untitled, 1952

Late night hours are for seeing work in a different light. Ruth Asawa’s abstract wire sculpture Number 1 - 1955 (which the artist had to recreate in 1958 because of faulty metal in the original) is comprised of an outer, vertical structure, inside of which Asawa nestled smaller shapes, often of differing metal. Suspended from the ceiling, the work’s semitransparent structure creates a play of interior and exterior spaces and shadows on the nearby wall. The work, according to Asawa, “does not hid...

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July 15, 2012 Boris Dornbusch
October 8, 2011
December 2, 2015 Giorgio Morandi

Boston Youth Voice, a painted mural on canvas @mfaboston’s #Juneteenth celebration organized by Future Alliance Boston. (at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

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February 10, 2015 by themuseumofmodernart

HERE is a “TUMBLR ART-SNEAK-PEAK” pic of one of the BRAND NEW pieces for my upcoming solo exhibition “Paintures” @ Spoke Art in SF, CA. The show runs July 6th - July 27th, 2013 and the opening reception will Saturday, July 6th from 6-10pm….So, if you live in, near, or around The Bay Area, please stop by and check out all the new pieces….and as always, THX for all your time & support…. ;) “200 Progresso Soup Cans” 69.5" x 44.75&quo...

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October 5, 2011
June 15, 2015

Nice piece by Kristina Estell in MassArt’s group show “Surface” in the Paine Gallery www.massart.edu

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thenerdsaurus: Resistencia Artistica - via X “Music should be your escape.”-  Missy Elliott

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“The skin for me, that’s where my career kind of started. The skin was an access point. I started drawing in this patterned style back in 2004 and all I wanted to do—not really thinking a lot about race but it became race—was this idea of ‘What does skin feel like?’ when you’re defined by something. I came to the U.S. when I was five years old from Nigeria and had no knowledge of American history and was crash-coursed into it."—Toyin Ojih Odutola[Toyin Ojih Odu...

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This untitled picture by #Pennsylvania photographer Gene Smirnov (@smirnovphoto) has been selected to be part of The Print Swap, an ongoing submissions-based photography project. Submit images by tagging them #theprintswap. If your work is chosen, you will receive a fine art print from another participating photographer, and a fellow artist somewhere in the world will receive a print of your photograph. We cover printing and international shipping, and it’s free to submit, though selected...

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January 23, 2013 Paintings by Michael Cina
February 21, 2014
January 1, 2018