7月 14, 2014

likeafieldmouse:

Tom Burr - Drunk Emily (2014)

"The title Drunk Emily is a direct reference to Emily Dickinson, a sublime poet and fetish character, who has become a mainstay for the artist.

Now viewed as one of pop figures of American culture, Emily Dickinson spent most of her life in her room on the top floor of her father’s home, isolated from the society of which she was nevertheless an acute observer.

For her, fantasy and imagination were the true means for acquiring an understanding of reality, and a way of conveying happiness.”

Not knowing when the dawn will come
I open every door.

—Emily Dickinson

(takeovertimeから)

7月 13, 2014
j-r-n:

One of my favorite pieces of art. Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass triptych at the Chicago Institute of Art, 6/15/14.

j-r-n:

One of my favorite pieces of art. Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass triptych at the Chicago Institute of Art, 6/15/14.

(shortcutssから)

7月 11, 2014
artnotart:

RIP On Kawara
pictured On Kawara Studio, 1966

artnotart:

RIP On Kawara

pictured On Kawara Studio, 1966

(mamemomongaから)

7月 11, 2014

mymodernmet:

Danish architecture firm BIG, led by architect Bjarke Ingels, recently installed a giant concave wooden maze inside of the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The BIG Maze, made of Baltic Birch plywood, has an area of 18 square meters.

6月 19, 2014

lustik:

Alanna DeRocchi

Lustiktwitter | pinterest | etsy

6月 13, 2014
clemensbehr:

2 zimmer küche diele bad, köln 2013

clemensbehr:

2 zimmer küche diele bad, köln 2013

(0101111から)

6月 12, 2014

whitneymuseum:

"Think Big. Build Big. Sell Big.": The New York Times on Jeff Koons, whose retrospective opens at the Whitney June 27.

Photographs by Chang W. Lee for The New York Times

6月 11, 2014

infamousaccessories:

Tracy Featherstone

(floresenelaticoから)

6月 9, 2014

roomonfiredesign:

In 1968, American artist Donald Judd purchased 101 Spring Street, a five-story cast-iron building in New York’s SoHo neighbourhood designed by Nicholas Whyte for $68,000. The artist lived there with his family for many years and used the space as a studio. The building is considered to be the birthplace of ‘permanent installation’ as well as an inspiration for much of his work. Judd believed the placement of an artwork was as vital to its understanding as the work itself. His first applications of this idea were realised in his installation of works throughout 101 Spring Street as he renovated the expansive property.

(thomortizから)

6月 9, 2014

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