G. Matheiu ‘Bodhi’ 1958 #MiArt #art #exposeason
Una de las cosas que más me gustaron de El Juego de Ender fueron Peter y Valentine y su relación con Ender.
Bryan Berg was introduced to card-stacking by his grandfather at the age of 8. He is a self-taught artist in all of the techniques he uses today.
Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Day Bed cake! From caking tasting event hosted by Kreemart and American Patrons of the Tate.
The 2013 SXSW Film Festival is showing 133 features and 109 shorts; some of those films are displaying one-sheet posters across town and at a gallery in the Austin Convention Center. Here are 11 SXSW film posters that creatively and beautifully capture the essence of their films—and would look great on anyone’s wall.
This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features photographer and essayist Leo Rubinfiendiscussing the Garry Winogrand retrospective he has curated for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The show opens this weekend!
Among the pictures Rubinfien discusses with host Tyler Green is Winogrand’s many zoo pictures, such as this 1963 photograph.
Winogrand’s pictures, typically taken with a hand-held camera, are classics of the street-photography genre that dominated American photography in the 1950s and ’60s. They captured American prosperity, the flight to the suburbs, the tumult of the Vietnam era and the retreat of Americans into a kind of self-interested hedonism in the 1970s and early ’80s.
1962 Ministry of Justice of Brasilia | Architect: Oscar Niemeyer | Landscape Architect: Roberto Burle Marx
Absolutely beautiful. I can’t even… tears everywhere.
Bar Art: Untitled, lemon wedge & paper placemat, Di Bella #adventuresofagradstudent #improv #art
Artist Corrie White uses dyes and droplets to capture fantastical liquid sculptures at high-speed. The mushroom-like upper half of this photo is formed when the rebounding jet from one droplet’s impact on the water is hit by a well-timed second droplet, creating the splash’s umbrella. In the lower half of the picture, we see the remains of previous droplets, mixing and diffusing into the water via the Rayleigh-Taylor instability caused by their slight difference in density relative to the water. There’s also a hint of a vortex ring, likely from the droplet that caused the rebounding jet. (Photo credit: Corrie White)
A Pumpkin by the Sea
On the tiny island of Naoshima in the Seto Inland Sea of southern Japan, artist Yayoi Kusama’s “Pumpkin” (1994-2005) sits patiently at the water’s edge. Instagrammers flock to the sleepy island to see a world-class art collection that was made possible in large part due to the philanthropy of Benesse Corporation, a Japanese company that specializes in test prep and language schools. Kusama’s “Pumpkin” is perhaps the most photogenic artwork on the island, beckoning visitors to come closer and pose with the giant spotted squash that Kusama says represents her alter-ego.
new artwork on wall in Foshan city,China.
Today’s work mobile. #milan #nabamobile #adventuresofagradstudent #cars #art