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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 11:16)

Ignited memories by Jing Zhiyong #jingzhiyong jingzhiyong

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 09:50)

Take a moment for a slow look at this scene of everyday life in a small Dutch town by Willem Koekkoek, February's picture of the month: https://t.co/5zd3Ce52zt https://t.co/Qw6rUJf5Ta

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 07:55)

Blah, Blah, Blah by melbochner #melbochner

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 10:33)

Sun Dreams by Poul Anker Bech #poulankerbech

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 03:28)

‘The Sinner at Dusk’, our first edition with susumukamijo, will be launching on the 17th of February. Made from walnut wood and oil paint with a matt coating, ‘The Sinner at Dusk' is Susumu’s first ever sculpture - by all accounts a chic and elegant pooch. 🐩 For more info about this upcoming collab, DM us. #susumukamijo

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 06:57)

Doug Aitken’s multiscreen installation at Regen Projects captures the artist’s new series of fabric banners as they roam empty, urban spaces like phantom presences moving through the wind. Activated by dancers from the LA Dance Project, their movements explore the unseen and hidden worlds of interior thought. Speaking about the project in a recent interview with Deborah Vankin for the Los Angeles Times, Aitken said, ‘All these spaces, which were once filled with activity, were suddenly empty and dormant. And in my imagination, I visualized that all these spaces that were sort of neglected and empty could be activated, could come to life. And we could perform in them, create these choreographies, and that would become the DNA for the film.’ Visit our stories to read the full interview. dougaitkenworkshop #DougAitken #FlagsandDebris deborahvankin latimes #RegenProjects

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 07:43)

While Basquiat only survived to be 27 years old, passing away in 1988 due to drug overdose, he left behind a body of work that indelibly transformed painting. https://t.co/FgasK7MLOf

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12 months ago

(Feb 04, 2021 04:25)

The Joan Mitchell Foundation will annually award artists $60,000 five-year stipends to provide them with a “reliable stream of income” and allow them “to invest in and plan their creative practices and careers” https://t.co/gWu6wOMsTZ

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