Thinking images
Thinking images
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loverofbeauty:

Robert Gober
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museumuesum:

Martin Creed
Work No. 227, The lights going on and off, 2000 
5 seconds on / 5 seconds off, MOMA, New York, 2007
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I can’t see. Oscar Tuazon., Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret Texts in English, German and French Paraguay Press/ DoPe Press 2010. Edition of 2000 272 pages
Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It was co-published with Do.Pe Press and features more than 250 pages of images of works and documents, a series of short texts authored by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist done by Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, the curators of his recent shows.

I can’t see. Oscar Tuazon., Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret Texts in English, German and French Paraguay Press/ DoPe Press 2010. Edition of 2000 272 pages
Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It was co-published with Do.Pe Press and features more than 250 pages of images of works and documents, a series of short texts authored by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist done by Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, the curators of his recent shows.

I can’t see. Oscar Tuazon., Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret Texts in English, German and French Paraguay Press/ DoPe Press 2010. Edition of 2000 272 pages
Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It was co-published with Do.Pe Press and features more than 250 pages of images of works and documents, a series of short texts authored by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist done by Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, the curators of his recent shows.

I can’t see. Oscar Tuazon., Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret Texts in English, German and French Paraguay Press/ DoPe Press 2010. Edition of 2000 272 pages
Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It was co-published with Do.Pe Press and features more than 250 pages of images of works and documents, a series of short texts authored by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist done by Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, the curators of his recent shows.

I can’t see. Oscar Tuazon., Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret Texts in English, German and French Paraguay Press/ DoPe Press 2010. Edition of 2000 272 pages
Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It was co-published with Do.Pe Press and features more than 250 pages of images of works and documents, a series of short texts authored by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist done by Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, the curators of his recent shows.

I can’t see. Oscar Tuazon., Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret Texts in English, German and French Paraguay Press/ DoPe Press 2010. Edition of 2000 272 pages
Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It was co-published with Do.Pe Press and features more than 250 pages of images of works and documents, a series of short texts authored by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist done by Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, the curators of his recent shows.
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freundevonfreunden:

Fear and Hope: Nikita Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova and Artem Volokitin
The PinchukArtCentre presents “Fear and Hope” - a group exhibition of three Ukrainian artists: Nikita Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova and Artem Volokitin, the Main Prize Winners of the PinchukArtCentre Prize since 2009.
With this show artists respond to the new sociopolitical context of Ukraine formed by recent events in the country and ongoing crisis.
The exhibition ”Fear and Hope” runs until 5th of October at PinchukArtCentre in Kiev. More info here.
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museumuesum:

MARKUS AMM
 Untitled, 2013
Oil on gesso board, 13.7 x 11.8 inches
museumuesum:

MARKUS AMM
 Untitled, 2013
Oil on gesso board, 13.7 x 11.8 inches
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museumuesum:

Ricky Swallow
Single Candle (bone), 2011, patinated bronze, 17.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
Staggered Hats (soot), 2011, patinated bronze, 11 x 8 x 11 inches
Staggered Vessel with Rings, 2013, patinated bronze, 6 x 8 x 13 inches
Plate 21 (triangle, iron), 2010, patinated bronze, 14.5 x 17 x 1 inches
museumuesum:

Ricky Swallow
Single Candle (bone), 2011, patinated bronze, 17.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
Staggered Hats (soot), 2011, patinated bronze, 11 x 8 x 11 inches
Staggered Vessel with Rings, 2013, patinated bronze, 6 x 8 x 13 inches
Plate 21 (triangle, iron), 2010, patinated bronze, 14.5 x 17 x 1 inches
museumuesum:

Ricky Swallow
Single Candle (bone), 2011, patinated bronze, 17.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
Staggered Hats (soot), 2011, patinated bronze, 11 x 8 x 11 inches
Staggered Vessel with Rings, 2013, patinated bronze, 6 x 8 x 13 inches
Plate 21 (triangle, iron), 2010, patinated bronze, 14.5 x 17 x 1 inches
museumuesum:

Ricky Swallow
Single Candle (bone), 2011, patinated bronze, 17.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
Staggered Hats (soot), 2011, patinated bronze, 11 x 8 x 11 inches
Staggered Vessel with Rings, 2013, patinated bronze, 6 x 8 x 13 inches
Plate 21 (triangle, iron), 2010, patinated bronze, 14.5 x 17 x 1 inches
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conceptualfinearts:

(via Art in novels: José Saramago, 1976 | Conceptual Fine Arts)
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conceptualfinearts:

(via Thanks to NSA and GCHQ Europeans don’t need confessionals anymore | Conceptual Fine Arts)
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conceptualfinearts:

(via Respect to Gillo Dorfles, the oldest living art critic, 103 | Conceptual Fine Arts)
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freundevonfreunden:

Louise Bourgeois: Works on Paper at Tate Britain
Though she is most widely recognised for her ambitious sculptures, Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010)  also produced a large body of works on paper throughout her lifetime. 
The works in this room at Tate Britain show how Bourgeois reworked ideas from earlier in her career, using drawings and parables to create books of engravings or to explore autobiographical scenes. 
The exhibition runs at the Tate Britain until 12th of April 2015. More info here.