nearlya:

Matias Faldbakken. Untitled (Salinger walking away from the interview with Betty Eppes, June 13, 1980), 2014

nearlya:

Matias Faldbakken. Untitled (Salinger walking away from the interview with Betty Eppes, June 13, 1980), 2014

thirdorgan:

Salvatore Grippi (Amerika, 1921)

Figures Constructing a Dance 1955

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thirdorgan:

棟方 志功(1903年(明治36年)9月5日 - 1975年(昭和50年)9月13日)

花採処無行跡

MUNAKATA Shikoh / No Footprints Show where Flowers Grow Deep

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craftyhag:

demons and devils
craftyhag:

demons and devils
craftyhag:

demons and devils

blackcontemporaryart:

Betye Saar 
Crossings, 2005
Mixed media assemblage on vintage wood object, 26-1/2 x 19-1/8 x 7-1/4, signed and dated, courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY.

art-blag:

Mark Rothko
Untitled
Oil on Paper
24 x 19 inches
1958

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marcellovelho:

Big Brush - Marcello Velho

(via workman)

sexypinkon:

Remi Jungerman (c) 2014

FODU. Carriers Holders I 2014 - wood, textile, kaolin, bottles - 68 x 68 x 240 cm
Photo© Alan Dimmick — at CCA Glasgow.

(via blackcontemporaryart)

the-drawing-center:

It’s Throwback Thursday! In 2010, The Drawing Center presented an enhanced version of an exhibition originally on view at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima), UK, in 2009.
Gerhard Richter: Lines Which Do Not Exist was comprised of approximately 50 graphite, watercolor, and ink on paper drawings made by Gerhard Richter (b. 1932, Dresden, Germany) over a period of five decades from 1966 to 2005.
Although Richter is most celebrated as a painter, this exhibition focused on the artist’s works on paper and explores his complex personal relationship with drawing. The first of its kind in the U.S., the exhibition was also Richter’s first solo show in a public institution in New York since 40 Years of Painting at The Museum of Modern Art in 2002. The show was curated by Gavin Delahunty, Curator, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK.  
Images:
Gerhard Richter, G.E.L.2, 18.1.1984, 1984. Watercolor on paper, 7 x 9 5/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
Gerhard Richter, 7.1991, 1991. Ink on paper, 11 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
Gerhard Richter, Himmel (Sky), 1984. Watercolor and pencil on paper, 11 13/16 x 16 9/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
the-drawing-center:

It’s Throwback Thursday! In 2010, The Drawing Center presented an enhanced version of an exhibition originally on view at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima), UK, in 2009.
Gerhard Richter: Lines Which Do Not Exist was comprised of approximately 50 graphite, watercolor, and ink on paper drawings made by Gerhard Richter (b. 1932, Dresden, Germany) over a period of five decades from 1966 to 2005.
Although Richter is most celebrated as a painter, this exhibition focused on the artist’s works on paper and explores his complex personal relationship with drawing. The first of its kind in the U.S., the exhibition was also Richter’s first solo show in a public institution in New York since 40 Years of Painting at The Museum of Modern Art in 2002. The show was curated by Gavin Delahunty, Curator, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK.  
Images:
Gerhard Richter, G.E.L.2, 18.1.1984, 1984. Watercolor on paper, 7 x 9 5/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
Gerhard Richter, 7.1991, 1991. Ink on paper, 11 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
Gerhard Richter, Himmel (Sky), 1984. Watercolor and pencil on paper, 11 13/16 x 16 9/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
the-drawing-center:

It’s Throwback Thursday! In 2010, The Drawing Center presented an enhanced version of an exhibition originally on view at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima), UK, in 2009.
Gerhard Richter: Lines Which Do Not Exist was comprised of approximately 50 graphite, watercolor, and ink on paper drawings made by Gerhard Richter (b. 1932, Dresden, Germany) over a period of five decades from 1966 to 2005.
Although Richter is most celebrated as a painter, this exhibition focused on the artist’s works on paper and explores his complex personal relationship with drawing. The first of its kind in the U.S., the exhibition was also Richter’s first solo show in a public institution in New York since 40 Years of Painting at The Museum of Modern Art in 2002. The show was curated by Gavin Delahunty, Curator, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK.  
Images:
Gerhard Richter, G.E.L.2, 18.1.1984, 1984. Watercolor on paper, 7 x 9 5/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
Gerhard Richter, 7.1991, 1991. Ink on paper, 11 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches. Private collection, Berlin.
Gerhard Richter, Himmel (Sky), 1984. Watercolor and pencil on paper, 11 13/16 x 16 9/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.

the-drawing-center:

It’s Throwback Thursday! In 2010, The Drawing Center presented an enhanced version of an exhibition originally on view at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima), UK, in 2009.

Gerhard Richter: Lines Which Do Not Exist was comprised of approximately 50 graphite, watercolor, and ink on paper drawings made by Gerhard Richter (b. 1932, Dresden, Germany) over a period of five decades from 1966 to 2005.

Although Richter is most celebrated as a painter, this exhibition focused on the artist’s works on paper and explores his complex personal relationship with drawing. The first of its kind in the U.S., the exhibition was also Richter’s first solo show in a public institution in New York since 40 Years of Painting at The Museum of Modern Art in 2002.

The show was curated by Gavin Delahunty, Curator, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK.  

Images:

Gerhard Richter, G.E.L.2, 18.1.1984, 1984. Watercolor on paper, 7 x 9 5/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.

Gerhard Richter, 7.1991, 1991. Ink on paper, 11 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches. Private collection, Berlin.

Gerhard Richter, Himmel (Sky), 1984. Watercolor and pencil on paper, 11 13/16 x 16 9/16 inches. Private collection, Berlin.

likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
likeafieldmouse:

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)