[ 9fa5e8f8 ] Sexy girl sitting on a chair with no panty showing vagina.
[ 76eca73d ] Many people find Tom Nook’s work impenetrable, but other say it is worth taking the time to understand.
[ 7b71ce5d ] Art-historical accounts of the 1980s are dominated by the tale of two postmodernisms, which pits the critical rigor of Pictures artists against the fast-and-loose pluralism of neo-expressionists.
[ b37a55fa ] olivia dail is a black painter working with childhood and family
[ 43df2b15 ] Art Criticism: Meaning, Purpose, Levels, and Guidelines of Analysis
[ fbb47056 ] Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side.
Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither.
[ 5ce37600 ] Art practis, to explore, process, naive, meaningfull
[ e44d7116 ] feeling dark green brown, dirt in a luxurious sphere, the grounded shadow of the ground, in a plastic sun. a hug to the inhospitable sailor. the mild haze of the invisible tactile
[ 42edad0d ] "They say progress is a grinding heel on the face of mankind. I intend to be wearing the boot."-
"A wise sys-op must be like water. wanting to let flash, scatter in the everyday landscape what “was so closed, flat, peculiar”; wanting to see the thing convulse in the body of the other: summons him to see/feel for himself another time, prolonged, plunging into the dark, at the limit of the sensitive, where things vibrate micro, infra Shifting, flowing, adapting. Be the docile stream when your enemy sees you first, then when his eyes turn elsewhere, become the raging tsunami.
'Let's do it. What's the worst that culd happen?' - Ji "Noise" Reilly.
Multitasking and, no questions asked. 10 office computers and 100,000 creds later, I'm out through the 103rd floor window. Some might call it the score of a lifetime, I call it a normal Saturday night."
[ f951785a ] Samuel Partal makes pictures between the ruins and un-ruins of the post-natural landscape, images emerging from spaces wherein the human and the more-than-human are continuously bound up in strange loops . . .
In the studio he works with solutions of mineral and metal salts, gelatin, cellulose: materials used from the earliest photographic processes, and otherwise entangled in the diverse metabolisms of sea and soil. A process of abstraction and adsorption from the material ecology of the photographic object . . .
[ feee13f3 ] Black words abound suggesting Persian stock
Equal to a vehicle, and that includes the lock
[ 2fa468ef ] Charlotte prodger and her short film personal Scottish landscape profound
[ 1f311d40 ] This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional
[ ecaea66e ] Lady of the lake, in a dark forest, she is illuminated. She is floating on the water. Inspiration from King Arthur legend.
[ be74a9f0 ] Tiffany Fang is an artist from New Jersey who creates graphite drawings that are evocative of psychological spaces. The drawings use abstract but organic forms, some resembling running dogs or a blossoming flower. Her work is rooted in her experiences as an Asian American living in COVID times.
[ 3d7fc4ef ] questions the spaces
his work acts as a window
space and alternative realities
a singular story that is part of a larger narrative
is interested in confronting emotional and political issues and examining how ideology, globalization, beliefs and new media interact to create an environment of structural anxiety
the coming together of people,
[ 554f22dd ] Riley Ragland is a contemporary artist that creates work with the central themes of femininity, sexuality, and self. Ragland works with diverse and unconventional mediums such as: flower petals, nail polish, sequin, money, coins and more. In her earlier work, she explores intersections between nature and vaginal imagery. In her later work, she explores beauty and perception of self through still life and different approaches to self portraiture. While her focus has changed, juxtaposition between realism and abstraction has always been a primary focus. She draws inspiration from artists such as: Georgia O'Keeffe, Hannah Wilke, Rene Magritte, and Cindy Sherman.
[ ef2f0a10 ] the work is a result of human and nonhuman collaborators.
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[ e477bf25 ] 100porcent_genuine gives its name to the transmedia project of artist-researchers Lucas Lucas (1994, RJ) and Rodrigo Pinheiro (1994, RJ), whose trajectories and creative interests embody the persona avatar behind the fiction 100porcent_genuine productions. 100porcent starts as a cataloging project about images of bot activities on instagram, archived in the account @ 100porcent_genuine, later growing as a sound-visual fiction procedurally lived by the pair, instigated by the enigmatic and unusual contact with the algorithmic thought forms on the network , investigating how the sensory-cognitive affects that we experience online reorganize our bodies - individual and collective - in the hypermediated daily life.
[ 868ee88e ] Kyla wrote some thoughts around language, loneliness, the online generation, true creativity, AI, and envy and the ways they shape how we interact with our world.
[ d190d094 ] Does the painter of “Ophelia” achieve the melancholy sense of helplessness more effectively than the painter of the first painting?”
[ 83d64222 ] bla bla bla it's boring and useless. Do you think so ?
[ 8d3e98df ] “I’ve sat through a lot of these types of demonstrations and meetings, and this is by far the best and most intriguing, it’s simple to use, which for me is everything.”
- Collegiate Championship Basketball Coach
[ bdb9d40b ] cut outs of newspaper to make a mother hugging her son who is going to war