ppicasso:

People look at the stage curtain entitled ‘the Minotaur’s body dressed as Harlequin’ painted by Picasso in 1936 for Romain Rolland’s play ‘Le 14 Juillet’ at the Abattoirs museum in Toulouse, south of France, on April 28, 2011. The museum will be hosting the ‘Modern and contempory masterpieces’ exhibition from April, 15 to August 21, 2011.

ppicasso:

People look at the stage curtain entitled ‘the Minotaur’s body dressed as Harlequin’ painted by Picasso in 1936 for Romain Rolland’s play ‘Le 14 Juillet’ at the Abattoirs museum in Toulouse, south of France, on April 28, 2011. The museum will be hosting the ‘Modern and contempory masterpieces’ exhibition from April, 15 to August 21, 2011.

untrustyou:

"in Stations there is no ending or beginning—every instant is a meditation on the continual cycles of life, death, and rebirth.”
Bill Viola

untrustyou:

"in Stations there is no ending or beginning—every instant is a meditation on the continual cycles of life, death, and rebirth.”

Bill Viola

Christian Hetzel - Blue Silence, 2012, acrylic, string on canvas

Christian Hetzel - Blue Silence, 2012, acrylic, string on canvas

magnificentruin:

The most ridiculous paintingever painted, fixed
Jean-Honoré FragonardThe Swing1767 

magnificentruin:

The most ridiculous painting
ever painted, fixed

Jean-Honoré Fragonard
The Swing
1767 

moma:

The changing face of the artist….

moma:

The changing face of the artist….

(Source: giphy.com)

efedra:

German conceptual artist Joseph Beuys looks at the landscape of his childhood in Kleve, Germany

efedra:

German conceptual artist Joseph Beuys looks at the landscape of his childhood in Kleve, Germany

Guy Sargent - Venice

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gallowhill:

Antony Gormley, sculptures from “Domains”, “Bodies in Space" and "Apart" at his studio, 2003

gallowhill:

Antony Gormley, sculptures from “Domains”, “Bodies in Space" and "Apart" at his studio, 2003

douchamp:

Josef Albers — Structural Constellations, 1958.

douchamp:

Josef Albers — Structural Constellations, 1958.

Duane Michals - Carry Me Daddy, 1989 (top); My Father Could Walk in the Sky, 1989 (bottom)

Text in the photographs:

Carry Me Daddy, 1989

Carry me daddy, all the way home. 
I’ll lean on your shoulder, even after I’ve grown. 
And when me get there, tuck me in bed. 
I’ll still be your son, even after you’re dead. 
While I am dreaming, sing me a tune. 
A song of my birthright, the sun and the moon.

My Father Could Walk in the Sky, 1989

My father could walk in the sky.
He promised to teach me how.
But he left without saying goodbye.
I don’t cry.
I’m a grown up now.

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