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

Untitled by Lynda Benglis
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design-is-fine:

Virginia Woolfe, Kew Gardens, with woodcuts by Vanessa Bell and a hand-painted cover by Roger Fry. 1st ed. London: Hogarth Press, 1919. England. Via Princeton University
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rudygodinez:

Friedrich Hess, Model of a Schematic Laser Position, (1942)
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arsauroprior:

Skocznia narciarska Mokotów, Warsaw | 1955-2010.
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historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
historia-polski:

Poland photographed by Hans Hildenbrand for National Geographic, 1930s.
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aubreylstallard:

Ed Fella
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anachoretique:

Lynn Chadwick, The Watchers, 1960 (detail)
Photograph: John Donat/RIBA Library Photographs Collection
Image Courtesy of the David Zwirner Gallery





Folk Devil is opening at David Zwirner’s 19th Street Gallery on Thursday, July 11th. Curated by Rodolphe von Hofmannsthal, the show features a group of international artists including Lynn Chadwick, Spartacus Chetwynd, Marlene Dumas, Nikolas Gambaroff, Brian Griffiths, Roger Hiorns, Ryan McGinley, Oscar Murillo, Mike Nelson, Eddie Peake, Jason Rhoades, Steven Shearer, Oscar Tuazon, Sophie von Hellermann, Franz West, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. “Folk Devil presents a comment on the tendency to create artificial connections between a group of individuals, while it also contains a self-referential statement on the yearly summer shows held at many art galleries under various umbrella themes.”
The exhibition opens this Thursday evening with a reception from 6-8PM at 519, 525 & 533 West 19th Street, New York. The showwill run from July 11 - August 9 2013. 
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fohk:

bill durgin
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mydede:

Typographical
2012
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