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Aug 20
this is very good

this is very good


this is utter pish

this is utter pish


 too much

 too much


i cant decide if this is pure shite or amazing , hands coming out of a canvas , its so obvious. the kind of thing u might think is accpetable at foundation, but actually is complete art looking ”art” which is shit . damn it i want to hate it , bu its seducing me

i cant decide if this is pure shite or amazing , hands coming out of a canvas , its so obvious. the kind of thing u might think is accpetable at foundation, but actually is complete art looking ”art” which is shit . damn it i want to hate it , bu its seducing me


fags wife-beater and sunglasses , it dificult to not pull that off

fags wife-beater and sunglasses , it dificult to not pull that off


Apr 26
(via peachme)

(via peachme)



iheartmyart:

John Baldessari, Two Highrises (with Disruptions)/Two Witnesses (Red and Green), 1990
John Baldessari’s Two Highrises (with Disruptions)/Two Witnesses (Red and Green) explores the way viewers construct meaning when confronted with disparate images that interact together. Using film-still fragments, the artist organizes them to suggest a narrative. The work was made eleven years prior to the September 11th terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York City, an event that now adds layers of association to its meaning.
From MOCA: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

iheartmyart:

John Baldessari, Two Highrises (with Disruptions)/Two Witnesses (Red and Green), 1990

John Baldessari’s Two Highrises (with Disruptions)/Two Witnesses (Red and Green) explores the way viewers construct meaning when confronted with disparate images that interact together. Using film-still fragments, the artist organizes them to suggest a narrative. The work was made eleven years prior to the September 11th terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York City, an event that now adds layers of association to its meaning.

From MOCA: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles


iheartmyart:

Fritz Panzer, Rolltreppe, 2006, wiresculpture, 320 x 450 x 145 cm
at Krobath

iheartmyart:

Fritz PanzerRolltreppe, 2006, wiresculpture, 320 x 450 x 145 cm

at Krobath


iheartmyart:

Fritz Panzer, Drahtskulptur für Raymond Carver, 2005
wire sculpture consisting ladder, lustrechair, floor space 180 x 160 cm, hight 190 cm

iheartmyart:

Fritz PanzerDrahtskulptur für Raymond Carver, 2005

wire sculpture consisting ladder, lustre
chair, floor space 180 x 160 cm, hight 190 cm


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