1. blantonmuseum:

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    themorgantown:

    Selfie Olympics, Dutch Masters Edition by Big Poppa E. 

    obvious 

    Guys, we might have found the most perfect gif ever made.

    (Source: achinglylovely)

     
  2. contemporary-art-blog:

    Jim Lambie artist at Tate Britain.

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  4. hifructosemag:

    You no longer have to be a scientist to understand the catastrophic impact of pollution its friend global warming. In California, we’re facing the greatest drought in recorded history; marine animals are choking on our collective waste amid mass plastic contamination in the ocean; in China last year, 16,000 pig carcasses were spotted floating down Huangpu River. Chinese-born, New York-based artist Cai GuoQiang reacts to global environmental catastrophes with his monumental exhibition, “The Ninth Wave,” currently on view atPower Station of Art, China’s first publicly-funded contemporary art museum in Shanghai. An interdisciplinary show filled with large-scale installations, ceramic works, drawings and even performance, “The Ninth Wave” examines the harrowing after-effects of rampant industrialization with finesse. Read more on Hi-Fructose.

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  5. oliviateh-glamkitsch:

    Xiao Wen Ju, Asia Chow, Jacob K, Liu Wen, March 2012, Millinery, Tim Walker, W Magazine .

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  6. likeafieldmouse:

    Gustave Caillebotte - The Floor Scrapers (1875-6)

    Original on top, later version below

    "Despite the effort Caillebotte put into the painting, it was rejected by France’s most prestigious art exhibition, The Salon, in 1875. The depiction of working-class people in their trade, not fully clothed, shocked the jurors and was deemed a ‘vulgar subject matter.’ 

    The images of the floor scrapers came to be associated with Degas’s paintings of washerwomen, also presented at the same exhibition and similarly scorned as ‘vulgar’”.

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  8. nevver:

    Out and about with Julien Douvier

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