uvre:

Bread Line, Antony Gormley, 1979.

uvre:

Bread Line, Antony Gormley, 1979.

(via amatterofform)

marcovanlenten:

dbg265 – 11/24/09 by Montague Projects on Flickr.

marcovanlenten:

dbg265 – 11/24/09 by Montague Projects on Flickr.

(Source: weissesrauschen)

quincampoix:

Josef Albers, Linear construction, 1936

quincampoix:

Josef Albers, Linear construction, 1936

(Source: albersfoundation.org, via marcellomercado)

vjeranski:

Annelise Albers (née Fleischmann) (June 12, 1899 – May 9, 1994)[1] was a German-American textile artist and printmaker. She is perhaps the best known textile artist of the 20th century.

vjeranski:

Annelise Albers (née Fleischmann) (June 12, 1899 – May 9, 1994)[1] was a German-American textile artist and printmaker. She is perhaps the best known textile artist of the 20th century.

(via marcellomercado)

lintrolled:

@joydrurycox for @wearelintroller #lintroller #kitchensymphony #kitchensink - Follow us on Instagram: http://ift.tt/WrmbCd

I’m currently doing an Instagram residency for Lintroller!

lintrolled:

@joydrurycox for @wearelintroller #lintroller #kitchensymphony #kitchensink - Follow us on Instagram: http://ift.tt/WrmbCd

I’m currently doing an Instagram residency for Lintroller!

"Henry Flynt’s newfound enthusiasm for recordings of blues, jazz and rock and roll soon found an interlocutor in the person of John Cage. In February 1961, Flynt performed his own music in two concerts at Yoko Ono’s loft. Following one of the performances, he had an exchange with Cage that loomed large in his choosing to exit the scene. Flynt had attempted a piano piece – by his own account, unsuccessfully – that was inspired by Ornette Coleman’s free jazz. In their conversation after the concert, he and Cage found themselves speaking two entirely different languages. When pressed to explain the piece, Flynt told Cage of his interest not only in Jazz but also in the rock and roll and rhythm and blues of Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry. None of these names rang a bell for Cage, and someone had to explain just exactly who these people were that Flynt was talking about. Flynt recounts: “Cage said, ‘If that’s what you’re interested in, well, what are you doing here? And he was right, actually.”"

David Grubbs, Records Ruin the Landscape (via jacobwren)

(Source: dimensao7, via notational)

jeffmclane:

Recent works by Joe Zorrilla

(Source: jeffmclane)


Cartography of the Moon’s visible side .

Cartography of the Moon’s visible side .

(via benjaminsdaydreamunicorn)

reiforraf:

john baldessari

reiforraf:

john baldessari

(Source: untitled-1991, via hunkyydory)

cinoh:

On Kawara via artnetA giant of conceptual art dead at 81

cinoh:

On Kawara via artnet
A giant of conceptual art dead at 81

(via lormiguel)

cinoh:

On Kawara via artnetA giant of conceptual art dead at 81


Such a loss…

cinoh:

On Kawara via artnet
A giant of conceptual art dead at 81

Such a loss…

(via notational)

likeafieldmouse:

Paul Klee

likeafieldmouse:

Paul Klee

gallowhill:

Karel Miler - Measuring, 1974

gallowhill:

Karel Miler - Measuring, 1974

(via lugworms)

ehosk:

Five and Dime, New York, 1950, Saul Leiter

ehosk:

Five and Dime, New York, 1950, Saul Leiter

(Source: secretcinema1, via distinguishedcompany)