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if you see something
say nothing

onegirlfiftybraidings:

Aminata, School exam work, Gaye Njorro School of Hairdressing and Beauty Cosmetology, the Gambia. Photo Valeria Herklotz.

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curatorialinc:

Art of the Day
Our current exhibition Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal presents artwork from contemporary artists who explore the themes of loneliness, deterioration, and obsolescence in our world today.  In one such piece entitled Landscape III, artist Levi van Veluw answers these concerns by hybridizing himself and creating a self-portrait that is one with both natural and the manmade world. 

Levi van Veluw (Dutch, b. 1985)
Landscape III, 2008

curatorialinc:

Art of the Day

Our current exhibition Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal presents artwork from contemporary artists who explore the themes of loneliness, deterioration, and obsolescence in our world today.  In one such piece entitled Landscape III, artist Levi van Veluw answers these concerns by hybridizing himself and creating a self-portrait that is one with both natural and the manmade world. 

Levi van Veluw (Dutch, b. 1985)

Landscape III, 2008

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sulphuriclike:

Anders Krisár_I’m Here Somewhere, August–November 2006

sulphuriclike:

Anders Krisár_I’m Here Somewhere, August–November 2006

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visual-poetry:

“the beginning of the war will be secret” by jenny holzer

visual-poetry:

“the beginning of the war will be secret” by jenny holzer

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nevver:

You can’t there from here, André Pillay

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sigsauer-ist:

jedavu:

ZONA by Alex Andreyev

Digital art guru, Saint-Petersburg based illustrator Alex Andreyev created a concept for ZONA TV series (based on the short science fiction novel written by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky), to be released in 2015

FUCK
YES

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