alfiusdebux:

Zdenek Tmej. ABCD, Alphabet of Spiritual Emptiness, 1946

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weissesrauschen:

Bernar Venet: Tubes

colin-vian:

  Wolf Vostell (1932-1998) Verwischung, 1962

1109-83:

Roman Ondák

archatlas:

Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani

A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”

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theories-of:

Nate Lowman Untitled (Tourisms), 2003

andreasangelidakis:

Lawrence Weiner for MetaMemphis, Fin de Siècle opens at @swissinstitute Sept 16th (at Swiss Corner)

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shihlun:

Saburo Ota, POST WAR 46-47 [Soldier’s portrait] Koji Matsuyama.

太田三郎 『Post War 46-47 兵士の肖像』:「太平洋戦争で行方不明になった兵士の像」

euliss:

Margo Wolowiec, Horizon Line, 2013 — hand woven polyester, cotton, dye sublimation ink, 25 x 28”

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minamata:

- MIRALLES Fina, Relacions. relacions del cos amb elements naturals: cobriment del cos amb palla, 1975.


Fina Miralles (1950 Spain) studied in Barcelona from 1968 to 1972. Today, she lives and works in Cadaques. Fina Miralles explores the relationships between humans, nature and objects, and analyzes the transformation and alienation of natural objects when taken out of context. She works with different media, including painting, performance and video. She rediscovered painting again in the late 1970s.

Relacions. relacions del cos amb elements naturals: cobriment del cos amb palla(Relationships. Relationships of the body with natural elements. Covering the body with straw) belongs to a subsequent series in which the artist’s body is fused with a range of natural elements, establishing a full identification with it, forming a single unit of interchangeable values revolving around the eternal processes of destruction and rebirth of nature.

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