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Marina Abramovic, Shoes for Departure (1991)

Shoes for Departure (1991) | ART21

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How Kara Walker Built A 75-Foot-Long Candy Sphinx In The Abandoned Domino Sugar Factory | The Creators Project

How Kara Walker Built A 75-Foot-Long Candy Sphinx In The Abandoned Domino Sugar Factory | The Creators Project

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david altmejd

food for though ~ interesting article --> "Art Dealers From Hell"

How to Identify Bad Art Dealers & Galleries - Tips and Pointers

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A well traveled woman

A well traveled woman

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Canadian photographer Lissy Elle Laricchia's wonderfully kooky work reminds me of those weird, off the wall and surreal life moments we experience from time to time. There is so much magic and emotion to each photograph, it's impossible not to be drawn to them all.

The Fantastical World Of Lissy Elle

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Art – Honestly WTF

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JENNIFER MEHIGAN

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Mark Lovejoy

Hypnotic Photos of Mixed Ink by Mark Lovejoy - Feature Shoot

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yes, could not agree more! ♥

Artist Eva Hesse in her studio // sol lewitt’s advice to eva hesse: don’t worry about cool, make your own uncool

Beetroot : Karin Lehmann

Beetroot : Karin Lehmann

tricia middleton

Akimbo - Exhibitions - Tricia Middleton | Young & Giroux

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Art in Proximity: Thoughts on the Value of a Neighborhood Based Practice by Ruthie Stringer |

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Goethe Satellite@Vancouver - Entries from January 2013

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"Unlearning Weekenders", 2013 - with Zoe Kreye A project by Goethe Satellite @ Vancouver, in cooperation with Dance Troupe Practice, Windsor House School, Public Dreams and Revised Projects. Curated by artists, Catherine Grau & Zoe Kreye The year long research project on unlearning culminated in a series of public workshops and a 12 hour unlearning procession through Vancouver. Documentation of the process can be found on the unlearning weekenders blog

There Be Monsters on Behance

Embroidery

pyramid, sphere, cube, 1997-1998—david nash  ::  tate