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Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries

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ymutate:

Julia Dault: Crystal Powers, 2011 Oil on canvas 18” x 14”

found at juliadault.com, posted by ymutate

ymutate:

Julia Dault: Crystal Powers, 2011 Oil on canvas 18” x 14”

found at juliadault.com, posted by ymutate

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amare-habeo:

Nicolas DE STAËL (1914-1955) - Landscape, Antibes, 1955 ]
oil on canvas
MuMa, Le Havre, France

amare-habeo:

Nicolas DE STAËL (1914-1955) - Landscape, Antibes, 1955 ]

oil on canvas

MuMa, Le Havre, France

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artmastered:

Henri Matisse, Draped Nude, 1936, oil on canvas, 45.7 x 37.5 cm, Tate Collection. Source

artmastered:

Henri Matisse, Draped Nude, 1936, oil on canvas, 45.7 x 37.5 cm, Tate Collection. Source

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vjeranski:

The Sea and Cloud
Nicolas de Staël 

vjeranski:

The Sea and Cloud

Nicolas de Staël 

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poopshitaids:

Nikolaos Lytras, The Straw Hat, 1925

poopshitaids:

Nikolaos Lytras, The Straw Hat, 1925

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humansofnewyork:

"Whenever my parents got mad, my sisters and I would climb into the branches of a tree behind our house. We’d play games up there and weave the leaves into our hair. Now whenever I have a bad customer or I’m getting yelled at by the boss, I try to imagine that tree."
(Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon, Vietnam)

humansofnewyork:

"Whenever my parents got mad, my sisters and I would climb into the branches of a tree behind our house. We’d play games up there and weave the leaves into our hair. Now whenever I have a bad customer or I’m getting yelled at by the boss, I try to imagine that tree."

(Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon, Vietnam)

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