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Oct 22

fer1972:

Life-size Hyperralistic Sculptures by Marc Sijan/


asylum-art:

Lorenzo Vitturi Photography

on Behance

Advertising for the Palladium Theatre

Print campaign for an Italian theatre specialized in performing arts and contemporary dance.

(via asylum-art)


zeezrom:

Form three - Daniel Kozeletckiy

zeezrom:

Form three - Daniel Kozeletckiy

(via mudwerks)


Oct 20
iheartmyart:

Anselm Kiefer, The Hierarchy of Angels, 2000
(via blue-voids)
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iheartmyart:

Anselm KieferThe Hierarchy of Angels, 2000

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More sculpture on iheartmyart.


Oct 17

deadpaint:

David Hockney, Man taking Shower in Beverly Hills

deadpaint:

David Hockney, Man taking Shower in Beverly Hills

(via vcri)


darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ken Unsworth
Suspended Stone Circle

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ken Unsworth

Suspended Stone Circle


red-lipstick:

Hieronymus Bosch aka Jeroen Anthonissen van Aken (1450-1516, Netherlands) - The Garden of Earthly Delights, *central panel, detail, c. 1480-1505     Paintings: Oil on Panel

red-lipstick:

Hieronymus Bosch aka Jeroen Anthonissen van Aken (1450-1516, Netherlands) - The Garden of Earthly Delights, *central panel, detail, c. 1480-1505     Paintings: Oil on Panel


camerashytabboo:

monicalewinsky1996:

i-want-to-go-for-a-walk:

brazilia:

الفنان ” Bryan Lewis Saunders “

ينقل تجربته  برسمه لمجموعة من الرسوم التي تمثّله بعد تعاطيه انواع مختلفة من المخدرات .

Bryan Lewis Saunders is an artist from Johnson City, Tennessee who’s  doing a series of self portraits under the influence of various drugs.

The fuck is dilaudid and where can I get some?!

I was on dilauded for a few weeks when i had my surgery and there was a period of 3 days where i was completely convinced that i was pocahontas.

Absinthe seems depressing, and cocaine seems like a trip to the demon world.

(via my-kuh-meow)


asylum-art:

Pierre-Elie de Pibrac: Backstage at L’Opéra de Paris

From September 2013 to July 2014, the photographer Pierre-Elie de Pibrac spent his days with the ballet company of the ‘Opéra National de Paris’, for an entire season, a historical and pivotal one, since it marked the departure of both Nicolas Le Riche  (star ballet dancer) and dance director Brigitte Lefèvre, who passed the reigns to Benjamin Millepied. During these major events, the photographer was able to blend into the background, emerging with three series of photographs.

This abstract pictorial series, Catharsis, is the product of research into the “translation” of the energy of the dancers and its diffusion into the surrounding space. The power that characterizes the ballet is given to the viewer in a new and transcendental form.

The exhibition will be on display at the Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière through November 23rd, 2014.

EXHIBITION
In situ - Dans les coulisses de l’Opéra de Paris
Photographs by Pierre-Elie de Pibrac
October 10th - November 23rd 2014
Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière


jonyorkblog:

Scout Paré-Phillips
Impressions (Self-Portrait Series), 2011

(via vcri)


darksilenceinsuburbia:

Elana Adler

You Are My Duchess

Brooklyn-based artist Elana Adler uses the traditional craft of an embroidery sampler to outline the crude things said to her by street harassers. The series is titled You Are My Duchess, and features small, decorative pieces of needlework (which historically feature bible stories or other imagery) that say some negative, disgusting things. Adler stores each saying in an elaborate frame, and writes in her artist statement:

This series of thirty-two (plus) samplers is intended to be provocative and evoke emotion. It is a contemporary feminist interpretation of women’s work and an objectification of my personal experience. Each captures a moment, giving these words a visual presence, a power, and a state of concreteness. These words were hurled casually and heard quickly but required hours of time-consuming, careful stitching.
The physically delicate, traditionally feminine, form of the piece engages the viewer and confronts him/ her with a sweetness that may mask its crassness and vulgarity.

(via ennui-or-something)



rurik-dmitrienko:

Feet
By Rurik Dmitrienko

rurik-dmitrienko:

Feet

By Rurik Dmitrienko

(via yama-bato)


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