processingmatter:

Photo taken at the Architectural Association Projects Review 2011/12 (work by the AADRL).

museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny
Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012
wood, mirror, line drawing, performance
installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013
museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny
Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012
wood, mirror, line drawing, performance
installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013
museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny
Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012
wood, mirror, line drawing, performance
installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013
museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny
Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012
wood, mirror, line drawing, performance
installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013
museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny
Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012
wood, mirror, line drawing, performance
installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013

museumuesum:

Josiah McElheny

Interactions of the Abstract Body, 2012

wood, mirror, line drawing, performance

installation view at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London, 16 November 2012 – 12 January 2013

(via lafilleblanc)

museumuesum:

Günter Brus

Selbstbemalung/(Kopfzumalung) Self-Painting/(Total Head Painting), 1964

Gelatin silver print on baryta paper, 30 x 23 cm

loverofbeauty:

Bridget Riley, Untitled (Study for Circular Movement) (1961)
Ink, gouache and pencil on paper

(via highqualityendeavor)

artistswitattitudes:

David Hokney

sandragramm:

Sandra Gramm, Eyedrop, Berlin 2014

(via ernests)

blastedheath:

Julian Stanczak (American, b. 1928), Incessant Movement, 1963. Acrylic on canvas, 17 x 17 in.

(via ernests)

mentaltimetraveller:

Gerhard Richter, Haut I and Haut II2004

 

99percentinvisible:

These wooden models, made in 1841 by engineer and surveyor Thomas Sopwith, were designed to teach geology. 
99percentinvisible:

These wooden models, made in 1841 by engineer and surveyor Thomas Sopwith, were designed to teach geology. 
99percentinvisible:

These wooden models, made in 1841 by engineer and surveyor Thomas Sopwith, were designed to teach geology. 
99percentinvisible:

These wooden models, made in 1841 by engineer and surveyor Thomas Sopwith, were designed to teach geology. 

99percentinvisible:

These wooden models, made in 1841 by engineer and surveyor Thomas Sopwith, were designed to teach geology.