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Dona Nelson, String Beings, 2013 (back). Acrylic and painted string on canvas, 82 × 82 in. (208.3 × 208.3 cm). Collection of the artist; courtesy Thomas Erben Gallery, New York Dona Nelson, Installation view, String Beings, 2013. Acrylic and painted string on canvas; Okie Dokie, 2008. Acrylic on canvas). Both works: Collection of the artist; courtesy Thomas Erben Gallery, NY

whitneymuseum:

"When color becomes material, I’m really interested in that … When you put a bunch of string into a mess of paint, and the string takes on the color, the canvas also takes the color in unpredictable ways." —Dona Nelson talks about making String Beings (2013).

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dailybungalow:

Craftsman circa 1920 by jtuason on Flickr.

creativehouses:

A room in the forest -

creativehouses:

The Rain ligüeri

Source: José Mª Díaz Ligüeri

laurabfernandez:

A path made of stone.

©2014laurabfernández

Pollock (Jackson Pollock 1950) II (2002) Eric Fisch (2004) Chuck Close: Summer 2004 #2 (2007)

dailyartspace:

SPOTLIGHT ON: JOE FIG

Joe Fig’s work offers glimpses into the studios, private spaces, and processes of acclaimed artists—or so it initially seems. In fact, Fig stages his photographs by meticulously crafting miniature diorama of each studio, including small models of the artists themselves. Fig then shoots the photograph from a documentary perspective so as to capture the artist in action. As such, his work challenges assumptions regarding the truth of photography as well as the mythic status of artists in contemporary culture.

hitrecord:

"this is the other side. (Single)"

REmix by LexiScherr

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stateofthestate:

 

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artruby:

Karen Knorr at Danziger Gallery, on view until May 3, 2014.

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antonio-m:

Captif (Espagne),Musée du Louvre, Paris

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killerbeesting:

Edward Pfizenmaier, Central Park, New York City, 1954

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travelbinge:

Polar roller in the cotton grass by Rich Seeley

Alaska, USA

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citylandscapes:

Chicago, IL

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