thirdorgan:

Jan Kubíček / Variační systém s diagonály I. - IV. 1968

thirdorgan:

Jan Kubíček / Variační systém s diagonály I. - IV. 1968

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sophiemawson:

processing boticelli
from this code

sophiemawson:

processing boticelli

from this code

(Source: society6.com)

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contemporaryartdaily:

Stephen Willats at Balice Hertling

contemporaryartdaily:

Stephen Willats at Balice Hertling

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theparisreview:

Welcome the new editor of The Paris Review Daily, Dan Piepenbring!

theparisreview:

Welcome the new editor of The Paris Review Daily, Dan Piepenbring!

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joesartoftheday:

The back of  a De kooning

joesartoftheday:

The back of  a De kooning

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fanzinered:

JACOB KASSAY

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likeafieldmouse:

Nandan Ghiya - DeFacebook (2012)

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"Gurlitt is more interesting than the art he hid. It’s reported that, every evening, he took from a suitcase and savored, sheet by sheet, a particular stack of works on paper. That haunts. It evokes the classic caricature of a miser gloating over his gold, but with a gloss of spiritual refinement and passion."

Peter Schjeldahl on Munich art hermit Cornelius Gurlitt: http://nyr.kr/18KdB06 (via newyorker)

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This is romantic bullshit.

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museumuesum:

Mungo Thomson

Dark Matter, 2010

Photo-Luminescent ink on rag paper

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thegetty:

Exploring color harmony in the late 19th century.

Pages from L’harmonie des couleurs, 1880, Edouard Guichard. Getty Research Institute.

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artistandstudio:

Claes Oldenburg (b. 1929) with his sculpture Standing Mit with Ball (1973) and art dealer Leo Castelli, with his Dalmatian “Paddy Boy” in the Leo Castelli Gallery, ca. 1973.

artistandstudio:

Claes Oldenburg (b. 1929) with his sculpture Standing Mit with Ball (1973) and art dealer Leo Castelli, with his Dalmatian “Paddy Boy” in the Leo Castelli Gallery, ca. 1973.

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free-parking:

Francis Alÿs, Nightwatch, 2004.  

Surveillance cameras observe a fox exploring the Tudor and Georgian rooms of the National Portrait Gallery at night.

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I find this tetherball bear oddly peaceful.

theparisreview:

In Ben Marcin’s photo series Last House Standing, the self-taught Baltimore photographer highlights the forgotten solo row house, “not only in their ghostly beauty,” according to Marcin, “but in their odd placement in the urban landscape. Often three stories high, they were clearly not designed to stand alone like this.”

Why are they allowed to remain upright? Many of these “last house standing” are still occupied.

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