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Bauhaus Textiles: Women Artists and the Weaving Workshop

Bauhaus Textiles: Women Artists and the Weaving Workshop

thirdorgan: “ Antoni Clavé (Spanish, 1913–2005) TABLE AUX FRUITS 1966 ”

the poetry of material things

thirdorgan: “ Antoni Clavé (Spanish, 1913–2005) TABLE AUX FRUITS 1966 ”

Batholith Etching, Monoprint #B-9, 2013, by Eben Goff

Abstract Landscape | Artsy

“My pictures are full of climates, abstract climates. They're not nature per se, but a feeling.” —Helen Frankenthaler For many artists, even the purest abstraction is derived from nature—indeed, to invent the first non-objective painting in 1913, Wassily Kandinsky channeled his love of nature as an experience of color. Countless artists since, Abstract Expressionist Frankenthaler included, have captured the landscape not in a literal likeness, but rather in its forms, colors, effects, or the…

dikua - iamjapanese: Richard Nott(British) Revolution

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iamjapanese: “ Richard Nott(British) Revolution A Revolution B Revolution C Revolution D Mixed media on paper ”

Ikeda Ryoji

Colours of Harmony | Newsline

A recent exhibition at the PNCA in Islamabad featured prints by South and East Asian printmakers, along with works by local artists. The prints were originally exhibited between 2005 and 2007 in the major cities of Pakistan, as part of a larger show titled Contemporary Prints, Japan and East Asia. The motive behind this exhibition …

Zhou_Li: Untitled 1  2006  mixed media  190 x 330 cm / 74.8 x 129.92 in.

Zhou_Li: Untitled 1 2006 mixed media 190 x 330 cm / 74.8 x 129.92 in.

Robert Morris. Blind Time XIII. 1973. Graphite on paper. 89.2 x 117.2 cm

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Forms - Ashkan Honarvar

Forms - Ashkan Honarvar

Forms An experimental project examining the ‘negative’ forms in collage technique and the use of silhouettes. This collage method created a different workflow. Usually the body’s outer forms play a central role in my work, but using the negative forms meant working within silhouette forms and that created a subtle, surreal atmosphere. Alongside form, it was also interesting to play with light and dark within the silhouettes.

Mike Kelley, Memory Ware Flat #24 (detail), 2001. Mixed media on wood panel. 215.5 x 154 x 11.8 cm / 84 7/8 x 60 5/8 x 4 5/8 in. Art © Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts. All Rights Reserved / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Private Collection. Courtesy the Foundation and Hauser & Wirth. Photo by Stefan Altenburger Photography Zürich.

Kitsch Sensibility: Mike Kelley's Memory Ware Series at Hauser&Wirth New York | Yatzer

*Hauser & Wirth* in *New York* presents “Memory Ware [1]”, an exhibition ...