Harthooa
Kunstblog van Aureen Harthoorn
Harthooa
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lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Black Swan Blue Swan — Steffen  Seeger.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
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fyeahwomenartists:

Amelia PeláezMarpacífico (Hibiscus) (1936)
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fyeahwomenartists:

Amelia PeláezMarañones (Cashews) (1939-40)
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exam:

Andre Derain’s “Music” x Henri Matisse’s “Music”
exam:

Andre Derain’s “Music” x Henri Matisse’s “Music”
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The transportermachine in ‘The Fly’ of David Cronenberg. 
#DavidCronenberg #TheFly #Amsterdam #EYE #movies
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A prop of a movie of David Cronenberg. I don’t remember the name of the movie.  Because in every movie you see all kind of scars and more creepy things in bodies. But now it’s like a flower.
 #Amsterdam #EYE #DavidCronenberg #movies
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Typewriter #NakedLunch #DavidCronenberg #EYE #Amsterdam
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killerbeesting:

Douglas D. Prince, Francesca Woodman
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supersonicart:


Sam Wolfe Connelly at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Up currently at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California is the group show “Lore" and it features several new pieces by artist Sam Wolfe Connelly.  Connelly’s brilliance within the darkness he portrays in his work is at full display in the show’s pieces and they’re very well priced.  Perhaps this is a good time to add to or start collecting?
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supersonicart:


Sam Wolfe Connelly at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Up currently at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California is the group show “Lore" and it features several new pieces by artist Sam Wolfe Connelly.  Connelly’s brilliance within the darkness he portrays in his work is at full display in the show’s pieces and they’re very well priced.  Perhaps this is a good time to add to or start collecting?
Read More
supersonicart:


Sam Wolfe Connelly at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Up currently at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California is the group show “Lore" and it features several new pieces by artist Sam Wolfe Connelly.  Connelly’s brilliance within the darkness he portrays in his work is at full display in the show’s pieces and they’re very well priced.  Perhaps this is a good time to add to or start collecting?
Read More
supersonicart:


Sam Wolfe Connelly at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Up currently at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California is the group show “Lore" and it features several new pieces by artist Sam Wolfe Connelly.  Connelly’s brilliance within the darkness he portrays in his work is at full display in the show’s pieces and they’re very well priced.  Perhaps this is a good time to add to or start collecting?
Read More
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justinlouislabelle:

Northern Ontario, early morning, 2013
canadiancharacter.ca
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iheartmyart:

Anna & Elena Balbusso, lipstick, for “Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood | picture book, The Folio Society, 2012, image posted with the permission of the artists.
Their work, Mermaid. Men Who Wish To Drown (Tor.com), will be exhibited as a part of the group exhibition, Spectrum 2014, Museum of American Illustration of the Society of Illustrators, New York, September 02, 2014 - October 18, 2014
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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Robert Pokorny
untitled study 071114
cel vinyl/acrylic on BFK Rives
3” x 4”
http://speedofline.tumblr.com/
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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
"Conscience" by Amy Guidry; Acrylic on canvas; 8"w x 6"h
http://amyguidry.com
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blakegopnik:

THE DAILY PIC (Vacation rerun, from March 1, 2013): This is one image from a 2012 series made by the conceptual artist Sherrie Levine that involves near-perfect duplicates of photos taken by the great German photographer August Sander in the 1920s and 30s, from his “People of the 20th Century” project. Both Levine’s versions and Sander’s are now on view at Paula Cooper Gallery in New York. Levine’s best works all duplicate (or, more correctly, appropriate) works by other artists, which makes her the most derivative creator ever – and by that token, one of the most innovative. The visual impact of source and copy may be similar, but their social and intellectual impact are utterly different. Proof of that lies in the extraordinarily complex caption I’ve been asked to run with this image:

Sherrie Levine. After August Sander (detail), 2012. 18 Lambda prints in artist frames. each: 9 5/8 x 6 7/8 in. overall dimensions variable. August Sander: Rural Bride, ca. 1925-30 © Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur - August Sander Archive, Cologne; ARS, New York, 2013. Courtesy Sherrie Levine, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Galerie Priska Pasquer, Cologne.
That involved caption, and the copyright issues it confronts, makes clear the spanner that Levine throws into art’s works, and the little crises that she spawns in the aesthetic-industrial complex. The caption is almost a definitive  statement of her work’s meaning and excellence. (Complicating things further is what it omits: That the “original” images were in fact chosen and printed by August’s son Gunther and editioned by his own son Gerd, so that “by August Sander” is a vexed and involved concept.) What many observers may not realize, however, is that August Sander’s magnum opus is almost as complex a conceptual piece as Levine’s. As I’ve argued elsewhere, its avowed aim of cataloging humans by type (and its obvious failure to do so) may in fact be intended as proof that such a catalog – and therefore such typologies  – cannot exist, and should not be attempted.
For a full visual survey of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive.