Takuma-Uematsu
julianminima:

Phoebe Mitchell
Untitled (Opening), 2011
Oil on board
51 x 41cm

julianminima:

Phoebe Mitchell

Untitled (Opening), 2011

Oil on board

51 x 41cm

askepticaldesigner:

(via JUST AN ILLUSION # 167)
pvoland:

LOVE

pvoland:

LOVE

severs:

jose lerma by jose lerma on Flickr.

severs:

jose lerma by jose lerma on Flickr.

artinasia:

It’s a perfect sunny day to visit Art Basel Hong Kong!
Here is the gallery from Tokyo, ‘Yumiko Chiba Associates’ showing the art works by Yuken Teruya and Takuma Uematsu 

Paper cut work, ‘Notice-Forest’ series by Yuken Teruya is to emphasize the relationship between wood and paper using a shopping bag. 
Also, through ‘Encounter Sector’, Takuma Uematsu is showing the beautiful installation ‘noosphere I’, taking an ecological system in nature as a model. 

To see the previous exhibitions of Yumiko Chiba Associates,
please click here.

itscontemporary:

Jorge Macchi - In Night

 Musical notes of the score are marked with nails

wowgreat:

Mark Lovejoy
museumuesum:

On Kawara
JUNE 19, 1967, 1967
liquitex on canvas, 10 x 13 inchesᅠ

museumuesum:

On Kawara

JUNE 19, 1967, 1967

liquitex on canvas, 10 x 13 inchesᅠ

larameeee:

Cydonia layout illustrating Sacred Geometry

larameeee:

Cydonia layout illustrating Sacred Geometry

pacegallery:

Don’t miss out on Maya Lin: Here and There at 32 East 57th Street before it closes this Friday, June 22nd.

art21:

“If we forget what used to be, then we’ve lost an ability to really be sensitive to our surroundings.”
—Maya Lin

New video in Exclusive: Maya Lin describes the influence of New York City’s ecological history on her recent body of work, currently on view at Pace Gallery in New York City.

WATCH: Maya Lin: New York

iheartmyart:

Maiko Takeda, Atmospheric Reentry, 2013 

myampgoesto11:

Exploded flowers by Fong Qi Wei

thetuesdayafter:

Rayyane Tabet