la petite sirene

Rude Cakes by Tara Welch

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modern-vampires-of-art-history:

Pablo Picasso, Woman with Yellow Hair (1931) / Vampire Weekend, Step (2013)
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modern-vampires-of-art-history:

Pablo Picasso, Woman with Yellow Hair (1931) / Vampire Weekend, Step (2013)

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sfmoma:

#TBT x 3: In 1993, artist Rachel Whiteread became the first woman to receive the Turner Prize! In 2004, SFMOMA invited Whiteread to give an artist talk, in which she traced her artistic development from cast sculptures of domestic spaces and objects to her monumental public works. For your listening pleasure, we’ve just published audio from the talk→In 2009, Whiteread’s Contents was on view at SFMOMA alongside works by Anish Kapoor and Julie Mehretu in the exhibition Between Art and Life: The Contemporary Painting and Sculpture Collection. 

sfmoma:

#TBT x 3: In 1993, artist Rachel Whiteread became the first woman to receive the Turner Prize! 

In 2004, SFMOMA invited Whiteread to give an artist talk, in which she traced her artistic development from cast sculptures of domestic spaces and objects to her monumental public works. For your listening pleasure, we’ve just published audio from the talk→

In 2009, Whiteread’s Contents was on view at SFMOMA alongside works by Anish Kapoor and Julie Mehretu in the exhibition Between Art and Life: The Contemporary Painting and Sculpture Collection

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kmzrtl:

#BILLBORT :: Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA

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After the Exhibition, Finding New Uses for Displays →
— 3 weeks ago
#art  #museums  #nyt 
Anna Barlow Ceramics

Anna Barlow Ceramics

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#anna barlow  #ceramics  #art  #3d 
icpbardmfa:

There is something inherently stupid about gentrified thinking. It’s a social position rooted in received wisdom, with aesthetics blindly selected from the presorted offerings of marketing and without information or awareness about the structures that create its own delusional sense of infallibility.
- Sarah Schulman in her book, The Gentrification of the Mind.

icpbardmfa:

There is something inherently stupid about gentrified thinking. It’s a social position rooted in received wisdom, with aesthetics blindly selected from the presorted offerings of marketing and without information or awareness about the structures that create its own delusional sense of infallibility.

- Sarah Schulman in her book, The Gentrification of the Mind.

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Forms 218-219. Sketches.

Mixed Media: Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrylic.

There are times when you need to make something simple, because everything else isn’t.

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willhutnick:

Katherine Bernhardt at CANADA #canada #katherinebernhardt #tacosandcaprisuns

willhutnick:

Katherine Bernhardt at CANADA #canada #katherinebernhardt #tacosandcaprisuns

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