art happenstance

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existentialsentimental:

Gustav Klimt  

existentialsentimental:

Gustav Klimt  

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catmota:

Die Ovale  (1932)
Fritz Winter

 

catmota:

Die Ovale  (1932)

Fritz Winter

 

via catmota / 2 weeks ago / 255 notes / geometric,
cloudnectar:

Time Passages

cloudnectar:

Time Passages

via oxane / 1 month ago / 209 notes /
taxidermy-in-art:

Charles Avery. Untitled (Ridable); taxidermy, 156 x 51 x 150 cm. 2008.      (via Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam)

taxidermy-in-art:

Charles Avery. Untitled (Ridable); taxidermy, 156 x 51 x 150 cm. 2008.      (via Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam)

via taxidermy-in-art / 1 month ago / 126 notes /
via designcollector / 2 months ago / 290 notes /
artandopinion:

The Temptation of St. Anthony
1512 -1516
Matthias Grunewald

artandopinion:

The Temptation of St. Anthony

1512 -1516

Matthias Grunewald

via artandopinion / 2 months ago / 139 notes /
gibisoma:

Paul Klee
Pianist, 1940

gibisoma:

Paul Klee

Pianist, 1940

via museume / 2 months ago / 75 notes /
blastedheath:

Joan Mitchell (American, 1925-1992 ), Untitled, 1983. Pastel on paper, 22 3/4 x 15 1/2 in. Collection of the Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York

blastedheath:

Joan Mitchell (American, 1925-1992 ), Untitled, 1983. Pastel on paper, 22 3/4 x 15 1/2 in. Collection of the Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York

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via museume / 2 months ago / 184 notes /
art-photography-blog:

Tom Hunter

art-photography-blog:

Tom Hunter

23rd-block:

Andy Goldsworthy
Sugar Maple Leaves

23rd-block:

Andy Goldsworthy

Sugar Maple Leaves

via 23rd-block / 2 months ago / 159 notes /
Art has to be a kind of confession. I don’t mean a true confession in the sense of that dreary magazine. The effort it seems to me, is: if you can examine and face your life, you can discover the terms with which you are connected to other lives, and they can discover them, too — the terms with which they are connected to other people. This has happened to every one of us, I’m sure. You read something which you thought only happened to you, and you discovered it happened 100 years ago to Dostoyevsky. This is a very great liberation for the suffering, struggling person, who always thinks that they are alone. This is why art is important. Art would not be important if life were not important, and life is important. Most of us, no matter what we say, are walking in the dark, whistling in the dark. Nobody knows what is going to happen to them from one moment to the next, or how one will bear it. This is irreducible. And it’s true for everybody. Now, it is true that the nature of society is to create, among its citizens, an illusion of safety; but it is also absolutely true that the safety is always necessarily an illusion. Artists are here to disturb the peace. They have to disturb the peace. Otherwise, chaos.
- James Baldwin in an interview in 1961 (via steadfastinexile)
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mirrormaskcamera:

Raoul Hausmann - Composition

mirrormaskcamera:

Raoul Hausmann - Composition

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via mzteeeyed / 2 months ago / 36 notes /
Dada/Peruvian Food Trading Cards

thelatenow:

Everybody loves Dada, and everybody loves Peruvian food. Most of all, everybody loves those two things together. That’s why The Late Now is doing Dada Dinnr Theatr live at Andina, Portland’s fine Peruvian restaurant — Sunday, April 14, 2013.

To accessorize the whole craze, we’re publishing an…

via thelatenow / 3 months ago / 4 notes / dada,
i-love-art:

Henri Matisse. L’Atelier Rouge.

i-love-art:

Henri Matisse. L’Atelier Rouge.

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via i-love-art / 3 months ago / 3,146 notes /
 
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