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Glasses Ampoul, Air Marcel, Duchamp 50, Paris Air, Marcel Duchamp, Paris, Air De, 50Cc 1919, Parisienne Air
Parisienne air Marcel Duchamp
Marcel Duchamp - Air de Paris
Marcel Duchamp: 50cc 1919 (until 1949...)
Marcel Duchamp, 50 cc of Paris Air, 1919, Glass ampoule (broken and later restored) Height: 5 1/4 inches (13.3 cm), © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Estate of Marcel Duchamp
Thoughts, Bigger Problems, Damaged Bigger, Radiator Damaged, Electronics Compon, Electronics Materials
Radiation damage bigger problem than previously thought as size of electronic components continue to shrink
Worth Reading, Cities Readers, Books Worth, Modern Africa, Forget Aid, Africans Cities, Readers Ii
Modern Africa. Forget Aid, think party.
African Cities Reader: READER African Centre for Cities & Chimurenga Magazine, Title: African Cities Reader II: Mobilities & Fixtures ISBN: 978-0-9814273-4-8, English Editors: Ntone Edjabe (Chimurenga), Edgar Pieterse (Autor VDM Katalog) ca 25€ über Chimurenga Magazines (35$), http://www.chimurenga.co.za/product/african-cities-reader-ii-mobilities-and-fixtures
Art, Horizontalia Comisario Curator, Contemporáneo De, Bh Art, Horizontalia Comisario Curly, Sobr Art, Contemporary Art
Horizontalia Comisario/Curator: - Fernando Francés Fecha de inauguración: 25 Mayo de 2012 Fecha de finalización: 26 Agosto de 2012 Organiza y/o se celebra: - CAC - Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga
Projects, Olympics Shoots, Shoots Sports, London Olympics, London Shoots, 2012 London, Shoots Venues
Project - London Shooting Venue - Architizer
Ancestr Greenland, Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland Iceland, Greenland Travel, Greenland Kalaallit, Places Greenland, Iceland Greenland, Greenland Grønland Groenland, Documentaries Greenland
Greenland is the largest island in the world and the main source of icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere. Sometimes the ice can be one to two MILES DEEP!! Five hundred years before Columbus, Erik the Red, a viking, gave Greenland its name to attract settlers. #Greenland #Travel
Sustainability Parks, Green Building, Landscape Architecture, Atelier Dreiseitl, Bioengin Work, Rivers T-Shirt, Parks Design, Brilliant Bioengin
New Park in Singapore Shows What Rivers Can Do; Brilliant Bioengineering work by Atelier Dreiseitl!
Largest Work, Folk Art, Quilts Blocks, Projects Foundation, Quilts Create, Aid Quilts, Interactive Public Art, Memories Quilts, Entir Quilts
The Aids Memorial Quilt: Microsoft Research Connections partnered with the University of Southern California Annenberg Innovation Lab, Brown University, University of Iowa, National Endowment for the Humanities, NAMES Project Foundation, and others to create several interactive digital exhibits that allow the public to explore the largest work of community-created folk art in the world.
Microsoft Research Connections partnered with the University of Iowa, National Endowment for the Humanities, NAMES Project Foundation, and others to create several interactive digital exhibits that allow the public to explore the largest work of community-created folk art in the world. Apps include: - A Digital Patchwork Masterpiece where you can view the entire quilt, block by block. Warning: It will take over a month to view the 6000 blocks comprised of 8 panels each!
Very cool. Digital AIDS memorial quilt created by Microsoft.
Nikolaus Geyrhalt, Filmprodukt Gmbh, Geyrhalt Filmprodukt, C 2011 Nikolaus
towns fields pastures river
Memphis Tenness, North America, Lakes, Earth, Swirls, Mississippi Rivers, Photo, Fields, Arkansas
From Nasa's Earth is Art, 3rd Place: Meandering Mississippi Landsat 7 Acquired 5/28/2003: Small, blocky shapes of towns, fields, and pastures surround the graceful swirls and whorls of the Mississippi River, the largest river system in North America. Countless oxbow lakes and cutoffs accompany the meandering river south of Memphis, Tennessee, on the border between Arkansas and Mississippi. (Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/USGS)
Landsat photo - Small, blocky shapes of towns, fields, and pastures surround the graceful swirls and whorls of the Mississippi River, the largest river system in North America. Countless oxbow lakes and cutoffs accompany the meandering river south of Memphis, Tennessee, on the border between Arkansas and Mississippi.