a collection of vanishing points
by Frédérique Rusch
a collection of vanishing points
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poplifeplus:

Optics (c1850) from Illustrations of Natural Philosophy- authored by John Philipps Emslie. The Wellcome Collection
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pictureboxinc:

Tonight at the RISD Museum of Art, come celebrate the opening of What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present, curated by Dan Nadel (yours truly). The Hairy Who, Funk, Destroy All Monsters, Forcefield, Christina Ramberg, William Copley, Gary Panter, H.C. Westermann, Elizabeth Murray, Jack Kirby.
Tomorrow we will have two panel discussions with Gary Panter, Peter Saul, Carroll Dunham, Nicole Rudick, Michael Williams, and Jim Drain.
And available any day now: the 368-page catalog!
pictureboxinc:

Tonight at the RISD Museum of Art, come celebrate the opening of What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present, curated by Dan Nadel (yours truly). The Hairy Who, Funk, Destroy All Monsters, Forcefield, Christina Ramberg, William Copley, Gary Panter, H.C. Westermann, Elizabeth Murray, Jack Kirby.
Tomorrow we will have two panel discussions with Gary Panter, Peter Saul, Carroll Dunham, Nicole Rudick, Michael Williams, and Jim Drain.
And available any day now: the 368-page catalog!
pictureboxinc:

Tonight at the RISD Museum of Art, come celebrate the opening of What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present, curated by Dan Nadel (yours truly). The Hairy Who, Funk, Destroy All Monsters, Forcefield, Christina Ramberg, William Copley, Gary Panter, H.C. Westermann, Elizabeth Murray, Jack Kirby.
Tomorrow we will have two panel discussions with Gary Panter, Peter Saul, Carroll Dunham, Nicole Rudick, Michael Williams, and Jim Drain.
And available any day now: the 368-page catalog!
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miseengreen:

Installation view of a Clyfford Still exhibition, 1947, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco.
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1109-83:

L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E was an avant garde poetry magazine edited by Charles Bernstein and Bruce Andrews that ran thirteen issues from 1978 to 1981. The magazine’s entire run can be viewed/downloaded from here. For more see: Language poets.
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anticipatedstranger:

Ed Ruscha
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spacefacebooks:

Nick Drnaso
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Nadia Agnolet, Série Pierres précieuses, ciment, bois, céramique, peinture, métal laqué, 2013 
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jonnynegron:

Peak at LDGNDRY PRTN: Trance room
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thedotisblack:

untitled lines_05 series ii, 20142014.9.14_20.23.11_frame_0003Made with Processing
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calmack:

Max Bill — Galerie Anna Roepcke Wiesbaden (1962)
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Tom Polo
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