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mentaltimetraveller:

Alex Olson
vuls:

A Minute of My Time (April 11, 1997 00:52 - 00:53)  © Micah Lexier

vuls:

A Minute of My Time (April 11, 1997 00:52 - 00:53)  
© Micah Lexier


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aviarystudio:

Jena Schmidt
gardenhoseenema:

Kilburg and Harding

gardenhoseenema:

Kilburg and Harding

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weissesrauschen:

Shahin Afrassiabi

weissesrauschen:

Shahin Afrassiabi


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iheartmyart:

Wendy White, Avenue C, 2013, acrylic on canvas, letter form, 72 x 107 1/2 inches

iheartmyart:

Wendy WhiteAvenue C, 2013, acrylic on canvas, letter form, 72 x 107 1/2 inches


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grntnwmn:

Joe Bradley

grntnwmn:

Joe Bradley


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mentaltimetraveller:

Christopher Wool

mentaltimetraveller:

Christopher Wool


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benjaminbridges:

U-Bend, 20cm x 29cm, Oil on Board, 2013

benjaminbridges:

U-Bend, 20cm x 29cm, Oil on Board, 2013


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exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Keltie Ferris - Untitled, 2012
oil and acrylic on canvas
90 x 69 inches

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Keltie Ferris - Untitled, 2012

oil and acrylic on canvas

90 x 69 inches


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marklovejoydotcom:

#5132-5134

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#5132-5134


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mentaltimetraveller:

Valerie Snobeck

mentaltimetraveller:

Valerie Snobeck


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writeonwhite:

Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt)

Venezuelan architect, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker of German birth. She studied architecture at the Technische Hochschule in Stuttgart until 1938; one of her principal teachers was Paul Bonatz. The following year she travelled to Venezuela, where she combined her artistic career as a sculptor, draughtsman and engraver with teaching work. In 1952 she adopted Venezuelan nationality. She later began experimenting with the conversion of planes into three-dimensional forms, exploring the media of drawing, watercolour, engraving, collage and sculpture and integrating them into architectural spaces in defiance of artistic conventions. A pioneering example of her integration of art and architecture was her design (1962) for the headquarters of the Banco Industrial de Venezuela in Caracas, which comprised a 10-m tower of interlocking aluminium and steel tubes. Later works that explored the form of the web included Trunk No. 6 (wire, 1976; artists col., see exh. cat., p. 114). She participated in numerous one-woman and group shows in Venezuela and other countries, and in 1980 she was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas in Venezuela. She executed over 850 sculptures, 600 drawings and 60 engravings during her career.

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