1. etceterablog:

    Roy Lichtenstein
    White Brushstroke I, 1965
    Oil and Magna on canvas
    48 x 56 inches

    (via cerveaudisparus)

     
  2. asylum-art:

    Noé Sendas

    Berlin based artist Noé Sendas‘ exploration of loss is a central motif underlying in his repertoire. Noe’s work explores the theoretical and material constructs of the body, the observer’s perception mechanisms and the discursive potential of exhibition methods.

    Berlin based artist Noé Sendas‘ exploration of loss is a central motif underlying in his repertoire. Noe’s work explores the theoretical and material constructs of the body, the observer’s perception mechanisms and the discursive potential of exhibition methods.

    (via jerk-o-lantern)

     
  3. lonequixote:

    The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, 1984 ~ Keith Haring

    (via whiteasthemoon)

     
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  5. irisnectar:

    From the exhibit Drinking on the Job by Neck Face

    (via ambularz)

     
  6. likeafieldmouse:

    Lesley Vance - Untitled (2013)

    (via c-f-a-f)

     
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  8. mattmorriswerks:

    Don’t Move, Die, Resuscitate, 2005. Pascal Lièvre and Guillaume Leingre wear suits and flogg Robert Mapplethorpe’s Self-portrait (1978) to complete destruction.

    (Source: transvaal, via ellisax)

     
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  10. mpdrolet:

    Jean-Paul Sartre on the occasion of the staging of his play The Fly" at the Hebbel-Theater, Premiere, 1948

    Fritz Eschen

    (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

     
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  12. regardintemporel:

    Franco Sarnari - Cancellazione Ebbrezza, 2003-2004

    (via casadeorates)

     
  13. magictransistor:

    Jindřich Štyrský. Lautréamont, Na Hrobe, Heart Wizard, Surreal Collage (top to bottom). 1934-39. 

    (via lefoncecloth)

     
  14. predormital:

    The Fountain (1930, Salvador Dali)

    (via daughterofthealchemist)

     
  15. rawforms:

    From the studio of Francis Bacon - “Men Wrestling,” lower half of a plate from Eadweard Muybridge’s The Human Figure in Motion (Philadelphia, 1887; New York: Dover, 1955) 10 3/4 x 7 13/16 in. (27.3 x 19.9 cm).

    (via miss-catastrofes-naturales)