22 3 / 2014

Happy Birthday to one of my most favorite artists, Agnes Martin!

Happy Birthday to one of my most favorite artists, Agnes Martin!

17 11 / 2013

Soo Sunny Park Unwoven Light

01 9 / 2013

Replication of Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party at Grounds for Sculpture.

Replication of Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party at Grounds for Sculpture.

04 8 / 2013

Aten Reign- James Turrell at the Guggenheim 
#art #lightart #jamesturrell #guggenheim #nyc #meditative #love #awesome   (at Guggenheim Gallery)

Aten Reign- James Turrell at the Guggenheim
#art #lightart #jamesturrell #guggenheim #nyc #meditative #love #awesome (at Guggenheim Gallery)

01 8 / 2013

pacegallery:

Not a Guggenheim Member?  We suggest you become one, because now the museum is giving you a chance to visit  James Turrell’s “Aten Reign” on Monday nights when the crowds will be slightly smaller.  (via ARTINFO.com)

going to see this tomorrow!!!

pacegallery:

Not a Guggenheim Member?  We suggest you become one, because now the museum is giving you a chance to visit  James Turrell’s “Aten Reign” on Monday nights when the crowds will be slightly smaller.  (via ARTINFO.com)

going to see this tomorrow!!!

12 6 / 2013

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Susanna Hertrich. Chrono-Shredder.
The machine as performer. Chrono-Shredder (2007-2012, various iterations) is a poetic device with functions similar to those of a calendar and a clock, it continuously shreds every single day—minute after minute, hour after hour. All that time that is irreversibly lost, obtains a tangible existence in the form of shredded paper. As time passes by, the tattered remains of the past pile up under the device.
 
Website

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Susanna Hertrich. Chrono-Shredder.

The machine as performer. 
Chrono-Shredder (2007-2012, various iterations) is a poetic device with functions similar to those of a calendar and a clock, it continuously shreds every single day—minute after minute, hour after hour. All that time that is irreversibly lost, obtains a tangible existence in the form of shredded paper. As time passes by, the tattered remains of the past pile up under the device.

 

Website

(via nearlya)

11 6 / 2013

silfarione:

Henri Matisse drawing with a bamboo pole tipped with charcoal, August 1948. From the collection of the International Center of Photography, New York. Photo by Robert Capa.

silfarione:

Henri Matisse drawing with a bamboo pole tipped with charcoalAugust 1948. From the collection of the International Center of Photography, New York. Photo by Robert Capa.

10 6 / 2013

nearlya:

Matthais Weischer. Corner, 2005, oil on canvas (and side view)

08 6 / 2013

artchipel:

Maia Flore - Sleep Elevations
The work of French artist Maia Flore is inspired by what she perceives as the boundaries between reality and unreality. One way to challenge the mundane everyday is to reveal surprises within it, says Flore. Her subjects are young women being levitated by objects. Flore wishes to emphasize the attraction the girls feel towards their new, boundless surrounding, and the lightness of the reality they are entering into. Their contorted movements is meant to articulate a contrast between physical limitation and the limitlessness of imagination.

artchipel:

Maia Flore - Sleep Elevations

The work of French artist Maia Flore is inspired by what she perceives as the boundaries between reality and unreality. One way to challenge the mundane everyday is to reveal surprises within it, says Flore. Her subjects are young women being levitated by objects. Flore wishes to emphasize the attraction the girls feel towards their new, boundless surrounding, and the lightness of the reality they are entering into. Their contorted movements is meant to articulate a contrast between physical limitation and the limitlessness of imagination.

07 6 / 2013

artistandstudio:

Marc Chagall in Nice, 1963. by Daniel Frasnay

artistandstudio:

Marc Chagall in Nice, 1963. by Daniel Frasnay