Rotko, Red.

I always liked these works by Rothko, but appreciate them much more after seeing QCT's excellent play "Red" recently. "Untitled Red" By Mark Rothko

Michelangelo Pistoletto I find this installation interesting because the perceived and experiential qualities of walking through is something completely different than what can be seen from above. It begs the question of necessity with all of the complications and intertwining within the "walls" when they don't seem to offer anything but an aesthetic appeal from a seemingly impossible viewpoint.

'The Labyrinth', a maze of 2100 meters of cardboard created by Michelangelo Pistolleto at Galleria Continua This reminds me of quilling- paper art. using small strips of paper to make a picture

Anish Kapoor.

Ascension (Red) by Anish Kapoor. Museums: Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York; Gladstone Gallery New York; Exhibitions: 'Contemplating the Void' at Guggenheim Museum Tags: Sculpture;

Damian Hirst, Valium

Damien Hirst, Valium, 2000 Lithographic lambda print on glass paper, 48 x 48 in x cm) Edition of Singed and numbered

Anish Kapoor!

Anish Kapoor Cloud Gate , Millennium Park, Chicago Celebrated for his gigantic, stainless steel Cloud Gate sculpture in .

Michelangelo Pistoletto (born 1933) Title Venus of the Rags Venere degli stracci Date 1967,1974 MediumMarble and textiles Dimensionsdisplayed: 2120 x 3400 x 1100 mm Collection Tate Acquisition Purchased with assistance from Tate International Council 2006 Reference T12200

‘Venus of the Rags’ (Venus of the Rags Venere degli stracci) , 1974 - Michaelangelo Pistoletto Tate Liverpool


White Center, Rothko, 1950 *love this! Makes me wish my room was still these colors*

Bernard Aubertin

Bernard Aubertin « Bon anniversaire Bernard » à la Galerie Jean Brolly

Bernard Aubertin

Bernard Aubertin

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