Kyle Kogut is a multi media artist currently living and working in Philadelphia, PA. We interviewed him back in February.

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April 15, 2015 by acekieffer

In spring 2016 we are exhibiting “Drawing Dialogues: The Sol LeWitt Collection”. The LeWitt collection contains (and the exhibition will show) classic examples of conceptual drawing from the movement’s key players like Mel Bochner and Hanne Darboven but it also includes work by artists such as Alighiero Boetti, Jan Dibbets, Eva Hesse, and Kazuko Miyamoto that investigates the parameters of mark-making in unexpected materials and formats. This weekend the exhibition’s co-curator and our Senior Cu...

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#diabeacon, #plans, #sollewitt, #walldrawing, #exhibition, #drawing, #repost

February 3, 2013 Jameson Schaefer

blackcontemporaryart: STRAIGHT FLEXIN’/Flexin’ My Complexion (2014) // Kameelah Janan Rasheed // www.kameelahr.com

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#flexin_my_complexion, #flexinmycomplexion, #black_out, #kameelah_rasheed, #art, #black_art, #black_women

Welcome back to #ThyCaptionBe, a celebration of modern interpretations of medieval aesthetics. Every Tuesday, this will go down on Tumblr and Twitter:We’ll post a detail.You guess what in the world is going on and write a caption (questionable accuracy welcome). Then we’ll share the full illumination and myth-bust if we must.Caption away! Can’t wait to see what #ThyCaptionBe.

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#thycaptionbe, #caption_this, #medievalists, #history, #illuminated_manuscripts

January 30, 2016
June 16, 2016
February 10, 2015 eightiesart:ED PASCHKE
May 25, 2015 sophie geneva
October 19, 2014 Georg Parthen

WHAT’S ON: Richard Gasper, Quinquireme of Nineveh. March 17 -  April 15, 2016. Kinman, Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6JU. Installation view, Richard Gasper: Quinquireme of Nineveh, Kinman, 2016. Courtesy the artist and Kinman, London. www.sculpture-center.org

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#sculpturenotebook, #richard_gasper, #kinman_gallery, #sculpturecenter, #sculpture, #painting, #whats_on, #2016

January 18, 2012

What is she thinking?This photograph was first published in 1930, titled simply Sixth Avenue, it was an anonymous image by Walker Evans of a pedestrian caught by chance in the midst of city traffic.

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#walker_evans, #street_photography, #photography, #history, #portraits

signorcasaubon: Antoine Coypel - Baptism of Christ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, USA; c.1690 One of many works in our collection you can download in high-resolution, without restriction, for free.

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#featured

January 3, 2013 Richard Vermaak
April 9, 2015 by booooooom
December 16, 2012 Nikolaj Lie Kaas

Creative direction: Remy Harrewijn Art direction: Bas Koopmans Graphic design: Bas Koopmans  Post Production: Leon Hendrickx Styling/ fashion: Femke Agema Production: Festina Lente Collective

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#art, #fashion, #design, #crafts

August 15, 2011 BILLY AL BENGSTON

Photograph by Cindy Sherman—Courtesy of Metro Pictures, New York On view from Oct. 19, 2013 at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden: Cindy Sherman, Untitled Horrors Since her breakthrough with Untitled Film Stills in the early 1980s, Cindy Sherman has overturned both contemporary art and the attitude to photography. Her images became key works in an era when the concept of art was in constant turmoil, and she has continued to challenge notions of representation, identity and portraiture ever si...

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#photography, #cindy_sherman

December 24, 2016 Hertha Hanson

356mission: On Discipline (LA)An evening of short performative presentations withLex BrownJibade-Khalil HuffmanDan LevensonSarah MattesCarmen WinantThursday, May 14, 7 PMat Ooga Booga #2356 S. Mission Road

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#art, #black_art, #los_angeles, #lex_brown, #jibade_khalil_huffman

jennyeagleton: Dan Rees, Payne’s Grey and Vermillion, 2010-, Acrylic on canvas and wall, 2 pieces: 40 x 56 inches / 101.6 x 142.2 cm each seen in “A Very, Very Long Cat” at Wallspace gallery on 27th _______________________________ Of everything I have seen recently this is the most interesting, I think. the formation of a [mirrored] relationship between the canvas and the wall— a [nearly] blank canvas and a [similarly nearly] blank wall. simultaneously the painting and the object that made it,...

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July 31, 2012 delaney allen
May 19, 2014 Angie Jones
November 20, 2011  i n s i d e   b o o k s
June 15, 2017