Thinking images
Thinking images
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cinoh:

twombly
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cinoh:

1. Photographed by Richard Avedon for Vogue US December 1970
2. 영조대왕의 도포 (King Yungjo’s Outer Coat), (1740年 9月)
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cinoh:

1. Photographed by Richard Avedon for Vogue US December 1970
2. 영조대왕의 도포 (King Yungjo’s Outer Coat), (1740年 9月)
thank you  anabundanceof
cinoh:

1. Photographed by Richard Avedon for Vogue US December 1970
2. 영조대왕의 도포 (King Yungjo’s Outer Coat), (1740年 9月)
thank you  anabundanceof
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transparentoctopus:

Yayoi Kusama, the galaxy
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dromik:

Diango Hernández — Exhibition view “Swans without a lake”, 2007, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany.
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Irish Film Institute -IFI & EXPERIMENTAL

Irish Film Institute -IFI & EXPERIMENTAL

Irish Film Institute -IFI & EXPERIMENTAL
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Daisuke Yokota, from the series Site, 2011

Daisuke Yokota, from the series Site, 2011

Daisuke Yokota, from the series Site, 2011

Daisuke Yokota, from the series Site, 2011

Daisuke Yokota, from the series Site, 2011
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Susumu Koshimizu
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softpyramid:

Susumu KoshimizuPaper (formally Paper 2)1969/2012Hempen paper and granite
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Jungjin Lee

Jungjin Lee

Jungjin Lee

Jungjin Lee
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WindJungjin Lee
Wind showcases the most recent work of the widely acclaimed and exhibited Korean photographer Jungjin Lee. Known for her laborious and textured photographic process, Lee brushes liquid emulsion onto the surface of handmade rice paper, endowing her images with a uniquely painterly effect. Wind captures the ethereal quality of the element in a series of landscapes dominated by windswept expanses and atmospherically foreboding cloud formations—panoramas that reveal an adventurous spirit, yet resist casual entry. Manmade objects, such as a dilapidated school bus or windblown prayer flags, all appear deeply inscribed by an invisible hand that runs through the entire corpus of this volume, leaving evidence of its handiwork on all surfaces. Lee’s landscapes are imbued with an elemental vastness that strikes us as at once powerful and serene.
+: Jungjin Lee: Wind by Vicki Goldberg — Reviews …