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(THE CONTEMPORARY ART CATALOGUE)

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ravenryu:

David Hockney.

ravenryu:

David Hockney.

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wearethetay:

jedavu:

Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days

by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…

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workman:

therhumboogie:

By Nava Lubelski, working with the idea of destruction and restoration, tearing and cutting stained areas of a painted canvas then carefully repairing them with embroidery. The web-like structures over the larger holes are beautiful and embellish the repair work in such a precious way, the contrasting colours on the final image really stand out for me too.

(via jbe200)

shihlun:

zoebalthus:
Black Cat - 1990 - Tadashige Nishida

shihlun:

zoebalthus:

Black Cat - 1990 - Tadashige Nishida

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workman:

jeannepompadour:
Self-portrait in orange jacket by Egon Schiele, 1913

workman:

jeannepompadour:

Self-portrait in orange jacket by Egon Schiele, 1913

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disciplinethepainter:

I voted for this guy - Channing Hansen

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iamjapanese:

Aleksandra Rej(Polish, b.1974)

"Forsycje", z cyklu organika    2005  

"Zima", z cyklu organika     2004   

"Spoza", z cyklu organika   2005  

"Gąszcz", z cyklu organika   2004

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andsoimissedmychance:

aldrinvaldez:

I’ve been meaning to put these painters together and today is a good day to look at their images because it’s HOT out. Here are DIVERS by Paul Thek, Travis McEwen, and Katherine Bradford.

List of art:

Paul Thek, Diver, 1969-70, synthetic polymer paint on paper.

Travis McEwen, Strike a Pose, 2012.

Paul Thek, Untitled (Penmate Composition notebook) (detail), c. 1972-76, pencil, watercolor, ink, and mixed-media.

Katherine Bradford, Diver Red/Blue, 2012, oil on canvas.

Paul Thek, Fishman, 1968, rubber and latex.

Travis McEwen, from Prescientists series.

Katherine Bradford, Man Under Water, 2010, oil on canvas.

Katherine Bradford, Night Divers, 2013, oil on canvas.

Paul Thek, Untitled (Composition Notebook) (detail), 1977, ink, pencil, and watercolor.

Travis McEwen, Ecran, 2014, oil on paper mounted on canvas.

Thanks Aldrin!

mister-nobody:

who-: Photorealistic pastels of the Maldives by Zaria Forman

(via astonyen)

hilomagazine:

Albert Oehlen | HI LO Sunday Painter

Coinciding with his excellent solo show at Gagosian Beverly Hills, our Sunday Painter this weekend features the abstraction of Albert Oehlen.  Oehlen’s painterly, mixed media works often combine linear collaging elements whilst he was also a student of the great Sigmar Polke in Germany.  

Ohelen’s exhibition at Gagosian is now on and runs until the 18th of July, 2014. More information here: http://www.gagosian.com/exhibitions/albert-oehlen—june-06-2014

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Albert Oehlen was born in Krefeld, Germany in 1954. He attended the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Hamburg, where he studied art under Sigmar Polke until 1981. During the early stages of his career, Oehlen’s artistic interests and associations were diverse, and included music and painting. During the 1980s he began combining abstract and figurative elements of painting in his works, as part of a reaction to the prevailing Neo-Expressionist aesthetic of the time. He established a close friendship with German artist Martin Kippenberger, and towards the end of the decade he had dedicated himself completely to abstract painting. As early as a decade ago, Oehlen set up a studio in a tower of the city walls of Segovia, where he began to work on computer generated images. Oehlen’s spatially intriguing works, in which figuration and abstraction collide, are a strong reminder of the complex forces that were involved during the resurgence of painting at the latter part of the previous century.

Albert Oehlen has exhibited extensively throughout the United States and Europe. Recent solo exhibitions of his work have been held in institutions such as the Museo di Capodimonte in Naples, Italy and the Musee d’ Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 2009. He has also participated in exhibitions in major institutions such as the Musee Cantonal Des Beaux Arts in Lausanne, the Renaissance Society in Chicago and at the Kunsthalle in Basel. Oehlen’s show at MOCA Miami in 2005 marked his first major solo exhibition at a museum in the United States. In 2009 Taschen published an oversized artist’s monograph as part of its XL series that covers the entire scope of Oehlen’s oeuvre. Albert Oehlen lives and works in Switzerland.

( http://www.skarstedt.com/artists/albert-oehlen/ )

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nevver:

Carb your enthusiasm, Izumi Morito & Hikosaka Yuki

(Source: hicohan.com)

nearlya:

Richard Hamilton. Typo-Topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass, 2004

nearlya:

Richard Hamilton. Typo-Topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass, 2004

mainart:

(Untitled), 2014 Ibon Mainar

mainart:

(Untitled), 2014 Ibon Mainar