bauklee:

Egon Schiele - Seated Boy (1910)

bauklee:

Egon Schiele - Seated Boy (1910)

(via adoxy)

shinc-favorite:

TWILIGHT TWIST 1986

shinc-favorite:

TWILIGHT TWIST 1986

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batsandharmony:

^ by eduardoizq.tumblr.com on Flickr.
felixinclusis:

Dalia Günther by Simon Emmett for Allure Russia, September 2014
uutpoetry:

What’s so great about art?
A D Jameson, htmlgiant.com
Joseph Kosuth, “One and Three Chairs” (1965)This is a response to Dianna Dragonetti’s recent post here, which is itself a response to Janey Smith’s “Fuck List,” originally published at this site. It’s also a response to the numerous comments on…

"The “value” of particular artists after Duchamp can be weighed according to how much they questioned the nature of art; which is another way of saying “what they added to the conception of art” or what wasn’t there before they started. Artists question the nature of art by presenting new propositions as to art’s nature. And to do this one cannot concern oneself with the handed-down “language” of traditional art, as this activity is based on the assumption that there is only one way of framing art propositions. But the very stuff of art is indeed greatly related to “creating” new propositions."

uutpoetry:

What’s so great about art?
A D Jameson, htmlgiant.com

Joseph Kosuth, “One and Three Chairs” (1965)This is a response to Dianna Dragonetti’s recent post here, which is itself a response to Janey Smith’s “Fuck List,” originally published at this site. It’s also a response to the numerous comments on…

"The “value” of particular artists after Duchamp can be weighed according to how much they questioned the nature of art; which is another way of saying “what they added to the conception of art” or what wasn’t there before they started. Artists question the nature of art by presenting new propositions as to art’s nature. And to do this one cannot concern oneself with the handed-down “language” of traditional art, as this activity is based on the assumption that there is only one way of framing art propositions. But the very stuff of art is indeed greatly related to “creating” new propositions."

ymutate:

Ilona Szwarc
showstudio:

Givenchy by Abbey McCulloch

showstudio:

Givenchy by Abbey McCulloch

sandersteins:

Industry Or Art? (mixed media on 41x32cm fine art paper) / ©Sander Steins - www.sandersteins.com

sandersteins:

Industry Or Art? (mixed media on 41x32cm fine art paper) / ©Sander Steins - www.sandersteins.com

(via dailyartjournal)

thirdorgan:

Gianni Bertini (Italia, Pisa, 31 agosto 1922 – Caen, 8 luglio 2010)
La sœur de venus

thirdorgan:

Gianni Bertini (Italia, Pisa, 31 agosto 1922 – Caen, 8 luglio 2010)

La sœur de venus

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medverf:

Enoc Pérez

medverf:

Enoc Pérez

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i-love-to-love:

Schön

(Source: urbnite, via wishflowers)

artisticmoods:

Leigh Viner
felixinclusis:

unidentitymuse: rad hourani (edited)
bienenkiste:

Whistles Fall/Winter 2014

bienenkiste:

Whistles Fall/Winter 2014