September 2, 2014

mmepastel:

Vous l’aviez peut-être déjà repérée chez griffes il y a un mois ; moi je ne l’ai pas oubliée, je suis retournée voir ce qu’elle fait et c’est superbe.

Anna Valdez compose une oeuvre très personnelle, à base de plantes grasses, tissus et tapis chamarrés, imprimés ethniques comme on dit. Le cadre de ses toiles est saturé. Horror vacui. Je la comprends.

September 2, 2014
champagnepapucho:

Sculptural ‘Objects with Live Human Bodies, 2013.Tobias Hutzler

champagnepapucho:

Sculptural ‘Objects with Live Human Bodies, 2013.
Tobias Hutzler

September 2, 2014
lovingmalemodels:

Juan Betancourt by Gabor Jurina for DaMan Magazine

lovingmalemodels:

Juan Betancourt by Gabor Jurina for DaMan Magazine

September 2, 2014
artblackafrica:

Jean-Michel Basquiat, MP, 1984

artblackafrica:

Jean-Michel BasquiatMP, 1984

September 2, 2014
nowinexile:

Palestinian resistance fighters thank nuns in Gaza for providing food and water during Israel’s latest invasion of the besieged city. 

nowinexile:

Palestinian resistance fighters thank nuns in Gaza for providing food and water during Israel’s latest invasion of the besieged city. 

September 2, 2014
subtilitas:

Andrew Michael Geller - Levitas house, Martha’s Vineyard MA 1963. Via.

subtilitas:

Andrew Michael Geller - Levitas house, Martha’s Vineyard MA 1963. Via.

September 2, 2014

thedisjointed:

Paintings by Jonas Wood

September 2, 2014
iveseenthat:

#WeirdestBankEver - Zentralsparkasse Bank in Vienna by #GüntherDomenig circa 1980.

iveseenthat:

#WeirdestBankEver - Zentralsparkasse Bank in Vienna by #GüntherDomenig circa 1980.

September 2, 2014
bhrm555:

The Virgin, Joseph Stella, 1926

bhrm555:

The Virgin, Joseph Stella, 1926

September 2, 2014

archatlas:

Syria: Before Peter Aaron

"During a family vacation to Syria in 2009, architectural photographer Peter Aaron captured many of the country’s landmarks—historic mosques, Roman ruins, ancient citadels. Just two years later, the violent civil war erupted between government forces and insurgents. Over the course of the crisis, the incessant fighting has torn apart a nation and its heritage. By some estimates, more than 150,000 people have died; even the United Nations has quit keeping track. Historic architectural marvels—many which have stood for more than a thousand years—have been scarred by mortar or reduced to rubble by shelling and gunfire. Aaron’s lush photographs—on view at ARTspace gallery in Germantown, New York, until September 7th—are ghostly mementos of a time before the conflict. In Aleppo’s Great Mosque, its stately 11th-century minaret has been completely obliterated by tank fire. A medieval hilltop citadel in the same city served as a fortress for snipers and has suffered damage from a barrage of shells. The images still haunt Aaron. “We got to know some people during our three weeks there, and we wonder what’s happened to them,” Aaron says. “Are they all still alive?”" [text via]