Install Theme

Peter Rapp

Prints from Peter’s series Count Your Blessings will be exhibited at ELPs Annual Show. 

www.peterrapp.com

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museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny

Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012

wood, mirror, line drawing, performance

installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013

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fotojournalismus:

Faces of Tibet by Steve McCurry

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7knotwind:

workman:

tacticalshoyu:

"ADA" by Berlin-based Polish artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. A giant interactive analogue installation. The sculpture manifests itself as a large, clear helium-filled membrane studded with charcoal spikes, roaming freely within a white room. Users are encouraged to engage with the object by pushing and spinning it as it floats within the space, where the walls then slowly accumulate marks and flecks. via

I still love this…

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faces flipped turn human features into alien-like creatures
all images © anelia loubser

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judith geichman’s studio

judith geichman’s studio

exulansis

dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

n. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it—whether through envy or pity or simple foreignness—which allows it to drift away from the rest of your life story, until the memory itself feels out of place, almost mythical, wandering restlessly in the fog, no longer even looking for a place to land.

Zbigniew Preisner - Van den Budenmayer Concerto en Mi Mineur

philamuseum:

David Lebe created this image by using a penlight to trace the features of a man and the bedroom in which he sits. Lebe describes his penlight photographs of male figures as representations of “the sexual electricity that we can feel along our skin when in proximity with someone we are attracted to.” The photograph is on view in “In Dialogue: Wolfgang Tillmans” 
“Angelo in Robe”; 1979 (negative), 1995 (print); by David Lebe (© David Lebe)

philamuseum:

David Lebe created this image by using a penlight to trace the features of a man and the bedroom in which he sits. Lebe describes his penlight photographs of male figures as representations of “the sexual electricity that we can feel along our skin when in proximity with someone we are attracted to.” The photograph is on view in “In Dialogue: Wolfgang Tillmans


Angelo in Robe”; 1979 (negative), 1995 (print); by David Lebe (© David Lebe)