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Andy Warhol

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ben giles

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"Jean-Michel Basquiat 1960–1988 | Began as obscure NYC graffiti artist in late 1970s. Evolved into an acclaimed Neo-expressionist and Primitivist painter by 1980s. Basquiat focused on "suggestive dichotomies," such as wealth versus poverty, integration versus segregation, and inner versus outer experience. Utilized a synergy of appropriation, poetry, drawing and painting, which married text and image, abstraction and figuration, and historical information mixed with contemporary critique."

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Jose Lerma's Studio

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Installation by Nobuhiro Shimura

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Robert Longo - "Untitled (Ferguson Police, August 13, 2014)" 2014 charcoal on paper

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Henri Cartier Bresson Shadows can be used to suggest clues about the context in which the photograph was captured.

fotograficas oleograficas: noviembre 2012

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Looking Back Bresson's wit, lyricism and ability to see the geometry of a fleeting image and capture it in the blink of an eye is what reshaped and created a new standard for the art of photography.

The Reel Foto: Henri Cartier-Bresson: Looking Back

John Singer Sargent

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David Hockney

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Vincent Van Gogh

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Van Gogh - Vento: I love this particular Van Gogh...look at that sky, the swirls, the color in contrast to the golden field below...

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one small cosmos

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David Hockney - "Steps into Water"

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Portrait of Marcel Duchamp. By Victor Obsatz. 1953, gelatin silver Print. In March 1953, the Greenwich Village gallery owner Michael Freilich (RoKo Gallery) asked 28 year-old Victor Obsatz to photograph Marcel Duchamp in his apartment on West 14th Street. The resulting double-exposure print pleased Duchamp very much, as he chose it especially for the front and back covers of Robert Lebelââ. The work has since become one of the most popular and sought-after images of the artist.

Victor Obsatz - Portrait of Marcel Duchamp |

Figurine: Three Males, 18th-20th century Democratic Republic of Congo, Loango Region, Kongo peoples Ivory

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Making viewmaster reels.


Nuit de longchamps, Paris, Brassai, 1936

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Witty Urban Augmented Graffiti

Top 100 Graffiti Trends in 2013

Gilbert Garcin’s Le moulin de l’oubli, or “Mill of Oblivion”…

If you need a photograph that represents life’s futility…

// Michael Sailstorfer - Wolke (Cloud), 2012


light installation in which the shadows of a passer-by is transformed into 'pixels' / Aram Bartholl

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Page from the Moroccan Notebook, 1832 Eugene Delacroix

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Moroccan Sketchbook by Eugene Delacroix

Eugène Delacroix