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Art nouveau, think Tamara de Limpica

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I am a sucker for a lot of different things. I love the expressionists, the cubists, the surrealists, art deco, art nouveau, impressionism. Goodness, I guess I like almost everybody except whoever is creating art deco right now. It is probably cliche to notice how common it is to look backward and admire everything only to look around you and be disgusted. I suspect that says more about our personal sense of satisfaction and fulfilment than it does about the art we presume to judge, but maybe not. The art nouveau, Read more: Art nouveau, think Tamara de Limpica

Artistic Prints

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Latest Giclée Prints by KD MathseonGarden by KD

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Crochet Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam

In the mid 1990Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam was showing a large scale crochet artwork at an art gallery when two rambunctious children approached her and asked if the sculpture, resembling a colorful hammock, could be climbed on.

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Body Painting

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Click to visit the original postThe Austrian artist Neil Curtis will be painting two bodies tonight in a live spectacle at the Leslie-Lohman gallery, 6-8pm.  Read more…!

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Sculpture “Friends” By , Nnmandi Okonkwo

Nigerian sculptor Nnamdi Okonkwo created this monumental sculpture that stands outside of Fifth Avenue on the Park, a condominium building in Harlem. The sculpture stands right in front of Marcus Garvey Park and has been cause to much controversy. Many people claimed that the statue gave a bad representation of Black women but through it all the sculpture has remained to our delight. More info: Nnamdi Okonkwo’s website :: ©ourtesy of Natalie Walker and Laurie Carlos on FB plus Gino & Leslie.

Some WARHOL Polaroids

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Artist Portraits of some Artist

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Kanye, Diddy and Jay-Z depicted as 17th Century Noblemen in in street artist Kai’s opening, “Now Royalty.” – - Click for more portraits.

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