iheartmyart:

Philippe Morillon, Portrait of Pennsylvania-born Andrew Warhola (1928-1987), 1977
"The most beautiful thing in Tokyo is McDonald’s. The most beautiful thing in Stockholm is McDonald’s. The most beautiful thing in Florence is McDonald’s.  Peking and Moscow don’t have anything beautiful yet.”  ~The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: (From A to B and Back Again) 1975~
o.p- kvetchlandia
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iheartmyart:

Philippe Morillon, Portrait of Pennsylvania-born Andrew Warhola (1928-1987), 1977

"The most beautiful thing in Tokyo is McDonald’s.
The most beautiful thing in Stockholm is McDonald’s.
The most beautiful thing in Florence is McDonald’s.
Peking and Moscow don’t have anything beautiful yet.”
~The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: (From A to B and Back Again) 1975~

o.p- kvetchlandia

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7while23:

Marcius Galan, Erased composition (progression), 2013 (Erasers and wooden frame)

7while23:

Marcius Galan, Erased composition (progression), 2013 (Erasers and wooden frame)

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missfolly:

Head of a Woman by Pablo Picasso (1924)

missfolly:

Head of a Woman by Pablo Picasso (1924)

reginasworld:

Site, Mark Wallinger’s new exhibition, which has just opened at the BALTIC Gateshead (22 June to 14 October 2012).
The largest installation, 10000000000000000, consists of thousands of differently shaped stones placed individually on the black or white squares of an enormously extended chessboard.

reginasworld:

Site, Mark Wallinger’s new exhibition, which has just opened at the BALTIC Gateshead (22 June to 14 October 2012).

The largest installation, 10000000000000000, consists of thousands of differently shaped stones placed individually on the black or white squares of an enormously extended chessboard.

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nevver:

Death from above, Ross Racine

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juliamurakami:

My work is selected for the auction “Kunst fördert Kinder” by the Round Table 26 Essen. This project supports local children from disadvantaged families. If you’re around, come, bid and you’ll get a bunny
"Kunst fördert Kinder" in collaboration C.A.R. - contemporary art ruhr Welterbe Zollverein, Gebäude A35 (SANAA-Gebäude, Auditorium) Gelsenkirchener Straße 209, 45309 Essen Saturday, 25 October 2014 The auction starts at 15.30 pmwww.artessen.de

juliamurakami:

My work is selected for the auction “Kunst fördert Kinder” by the Round Table 26 Essen. This project supports local children from disadvantaged families. If you’re around, come, bid and you’ll get a bunny

"Kunst fördert Kinder" in collaboration C.A.R. - contemporary art ruhr
Welterbe Zollverein, Gebäude A35 (SANAA-Gebäude, Auditorium)
Gelsenkirchener Straße 209, 45309 Essen
Saturday, 25 October 2014
The auction starts at 15.30 pm
www.artessen.de

regardintemporel:

Arnold Eagle - Fernand Léger on Hans Richter’s “Dreams That Money Can Buy” Set, 1944

regardintemporel:

Arnold Eagle - Fernand Léger on Hans Richter’s “Dreams That Money Can Buy” Set, 1944

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missfolly:

Place du Carrousel, Paris — Robert Doisneau, ca 1971

missfolly:

Place du Carrousel, Paris — Robert Doisneau, ca 1971

missfolly:

Revenge — Ellen von Unwerth, 2003

missfolly:

Revenge — Ellen von Unwerth, 2003

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Clay Mahn - 2014