towary mieszane
on exhibiting, display, environment, texture, structure and some other matters of art
towary mieszane
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free-parking:

Mel Bochner, Language Is Not Transparent, 1969, rubber stamp on four sheets of paper
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vivipiuomeno:

Barbara Kruger. Untitled (It’s a small world but not if you have to clean it) 1990 ……………………….. also
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anachoretique:

francis berthoud - autoportrait (1979)
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 Charles Baudelaire
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canogar:

Claudio Parmiggiani
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Musée d’Orsay II, Paris (1989), Thomas Struth
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Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”


Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”
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andwelikedeverything:

Museums and Art Galleries - Thomas Greenwood 
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carpe-aevitas:

Fluxus - Ben Vautier by dagmar do carmo-dgc on Flickr.
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no-other-thrill:

music for word words, steve paxton (1963)
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museumnerd:

Walter Pichler “TV Helmet” (1967) #art
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documentassion:

William Anastasi (b 1933), ‘Westwall, Dwan Main Gallery’, 1966, photo-screenprint on canvas. Exhibition view ‘Six Sites’, Virginia Dwan Gallery, New York, 1967. (Photo WR 1967)
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documentassion:

Bernar Venet (b 1941), ‘Values of Cj, k and Sj, k by various authors’, 1967, 182 x 396 cm.