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  2. gypsji:

    Mondlandschaft
    Ludwig Petschka
    Austria, 1910

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  3. Frank Correa

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  5. liquidnight:

    Allen Williams

    Tree of Tales

    From Lined in lead: Works in Graphite, a group exhibition at Gallery Nucleus

    [via Super Punch]

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  7. afuchan:

    Vagabonds

    I’ve been busy with work and I barely have time to squeeze in something I want to do for myself. It’s refreshing.

     

  8. martinekenblog:

    Audrey Kawasaki is a Los Angeles-based painter, known for her distinctive, erotically charged portrayals of young, adolescent women. The themes in her works are contradictions within themselves. Her work is both innocent and erotic.

    More here →

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  9. 15folds:

    Rights, Wrongs & Lefts
    Theycallmeelton, Internetist, Liepaja, Latvia.
    Follow the Confession thread at 15folds.com
     

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  11. artphotocollector:

    "…once the needle goes in, it never comes out."—Larry Clark 

    A lot has changed in American culture since the publication in 1971 of Larry Clark’s classic photobook, Tulsa. Today, these images, while still unsettling, have gone completely mainstream. In the world of 2014, one can see the entire series now on display, along with “Celebrating Smokey the Bear,” at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA. I’m sure Mr. Clark would be pleased.

    For over 40 years Tulsa has been a touchstone for aspiring photographers and documentarians. It will stand the test of time because the depiction of the truth will always connect with each generation exploring photography and storytelling. Critical acclaim and analyses will come and go as fashions and ideas change, but Tulsa will continue to remind us that the human capacity for sharing self-destruction and excess never goes away. Each generation lives and learns its own lessons.—Lane Nevares

     

  12. magictransistor:

    Jean-Michel Folon, Alice Editions, 1974.

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  13. thinkspace-gallery:

    New painting ‘Edward Scissorhands In A Pirate Outfit’ from Carl Cashman for our upcoming ‘FRESH’ group exhibition

    Fall group show featuring new works from:
    Alex Yanes / Ariel DeAndrea / Bec Winnel / Carl Cashman / Cryptik / Erica Rose Levine / Joanne Nam / Kikyz 1313 / Matthew Grabelsky

    Opening Reception: Saturday, October 11th 6-9PM

    On view October 11th - October 25th in our main gallery and also on our site at thinkspacegallery.com

    Follow this talented group of artists here:
    @alexyanes @cranegirl1 @becwinnel @carlcashman @cryptik @ericarosey @inlander @kikyz1313 @grabelsky

    Thinkspace
    6009 Washington Blvd.
    Culver City, CA 90232
    Tues. - Sat. Noon to 6PM

    #thinkspacegallery #thinkspacefamily #fresh2014 #newcontemporary #art #thefuture #neverstoplookingforward #keepitfresh #onestowatch #carlcashman #painting (at Thinkspace Gallery)

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  14. lowpresssure:

    Yuji Hamada, Primal Mountain. © Céline Michel/Festival Images 2014

    Installation shot, Vevey: le Festival Images, Switzerland. Until October 5th, 2014

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  15. crossconnectmag:

    John Kiley is a fourth generation Seattle native who attended The Pilchuck Glass School and the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina.  Throughout his career as a professional glass artist, which began in 1992 at the age of 19, Kiley has worked with the most renowned masters in the field and has become an established mentor in his own right.

    Kiley constructs his pieces in separate sections then focuses on how the sections fuse together and how the membranes that connect them can be passageways to enhanced visual experience.  Between the sphere’s soft roundness and the cleavage’s hard edges, light revels in infinite motion.  Sightlines open and close through lens-like holes and shift with the subtle movement of the viewer’s gaze. 

    Check out his website.

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