My favorite moment from the film “Her.”

My favorite moment from the film “Her.”

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tamburina:

Vincent Van Gogh, Skull, 1887 - 1888

tamburina:

Vincent Van Gogh, Skull, 1887 - 1888

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brooklynstreetart:

Miriam Castillo on BSA Images of the Week 07.13.14http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/13/bsa-images-week-07-13-14/#.U8KrLqiWWK9 #streetart photo © Jaime Rojo

She’s also a great yoga teacher at Jai Yoga Arts :)

brooklynstreetart:

Miriam Castillo on BSA Images of the Week 07.13.14
http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/13/bsa-images-week-07-13-14/#.U8KrLqiWWK9 #streetart
photo © Jaime Rojo

She’s also a great yoga teacher at Jai Yoga Arts :)

iheartmyart:

Exhibition, Richard Prince, New Figures | les Germanopratines, On Now until July 26, 2014 at Galerie 1900-2000, Paris 
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iheartmyart:

Exhibition, Richard Prince, New Figures | les Germanopratines, On Now until July 26, 2014 at Galerie 1900-2000, Paris

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iheartmyart:

kyttenjanae, Cause this is not who I’ve become, but what you make me into, 2014

iheartmyart:

kyttenjanae, Cause this is not who I’ve become, but what you make me into, 2014

iheartmyart:

Francesco Clemente, Furniture, 1983
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iheartmyart:

Francesco Clemente, Furniture, 1983

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iheartmyart:

David Mramor, Pink Eye, 32 x 36, acrylic and inkjet on canvas, 2013, image courtesy of the artist.

iheartmyart:

David Mramor, Pink Eye, 32 x 36, acrylic and inkjet on canvas, 2013, image courtesy of the artist.

iheartmyart:

David Mramor, Untitled (John Doe), acrylic and inkjet on canvas, 20 x 30, 2014, image courtesy of the artist.

iheartmyart:

David Mramor, Untitled (John Doe), acrylic and inkjet on canvas, 20 x 30, 2014, image courtesy of the artist.

1000scientists:

Michael Sailstorfer Maze 10, 2011 Acrylic screen print and spray paint on canvas, 74 4/5 × 89 4/5 in.

1000scientists:

Michael Sailstorfer
Maze 10, 2011
Acrylic screen print and spray paint on canvas, 74 4/5 × 89 4/5 in.

sculpture-center:

WHAT’S ON: Spirit, Curiosity and Opportunity, Katja Novitskova. May 3- June 28, 2014. Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin.
From Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler:

Novitskova takes the case of Mars UFOlogy as a study of the highly complex phenomena of visual perception and information interpretation; features which have been evolving for millions of years in response to a variety of environments on Earth. The human tendency to mistake tree branches for snakes, if seen at the edge of visibility, is one example of the myriad of instincts that frst developed to protect humans from danger. These instincts have generated a set of weird byproducts like apophenia (identifying meaningful patterns in meaningless randomness) and pareidolia (perceiving vague and random images or sounds as signifcant). Combined with hierography (perceiving the manifestation of the sacred in the usual fabric of reality) these perceptional efects are argued to be at the base of animistic and religious thinking, helping early societies to organise chaos around them and make the world intelligible.

Courtesy Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler.

sculpture-center:

WHAT’S ON: Spirit, Curiosity and Opportunity, Katja Novitskova. May 3- June 28, 2014. Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin.

From Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler:

Novitskova takes the case of Mars UFOlogy as a study of the highly complex phenomena of visual perception and information interpretation; features which have been evolving for millions of years in response to a variety of environments on Earth. The human tendency to mistake tree branches for snakes, if seen at the edge of visibility, is one example of the myriad of instincts that frst developed to protect humans from danger. These instincts have generated a set of weird byproducts like apophenia (identifying meaningful patterns in meaningless randomness) and pareidolia (perceiving vague and random images or sounds as signifcant). Combined with hierography (perceiving the manifestation of the sacred in the usual fabric of reality) these perceptional efects are argued to be at the base of animistic and religious thinking, helping early societies to organise chaos around them and make the world intelligible.

Courtesy Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler.

flavorpill:

The Female Gaze: Stunning Photos From Prestel’s ‘Women Photographers’ Anthology

hyperallergic:

(via NYC Pledges $23 Million to Arts Education in 2015)
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced on Tuesday their plan to put $23 million toward hiring 120 new arts teachers and boosting arts resources in public schools across the city. The plan uses additional money from this year’s budget to guarantee the growth of arts programs in 2015.
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hyperallergic:

(via NYC Pledges $23 Million to Arts Education in 2015)

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced on Tuesday their plan to put $23 million toward hiring 120 new arts teachers and boosting arts resources in public schools across the city. The plan uses additional money from this year’s budget to guarantee the growth of arts programs in 2015.

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andrewbrischler:

Andrew BrischlerCut Hunter2014Colored pencil, marker, and graphite on panel72” x 60”

andrewbrischler:

Andrew Brischler
Cut Hunter
2014
Colored pencil, marker, and graphite on panel
72” x 60”

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pacegallery:

Wisdom Wednesday: Willem de Kooning once said: “I don’t paint for a living. I paint to live.” Here is the artist in his studio. Photo © 2012 Tom Ferrara.

pacegallery:

Wisdom Wednesday: Willem de Kooning once said: “I don’t paint for a living. I paint to live.” Here is the artist in his studio. Photo © 2012 Tom Ferrara.

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