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marlenmueller:

Baltic Sea- Summer 2014

marlenmueller:

Baltic Sea- Summer 2014

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The Preparation of the Novel
Fabra i Coats - Centre d’Art Contemporani de BarcelonaC/ Sant Adrià, 20. Barcelona
Fabra i Coats - Centre d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona
C/ Sant Adrià, 20. Barcelona
 
Dexter Sinister at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

Dexter Sinister at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

cactoshop:

Elizabeth Suzann

cactoshop:

Elizabeth Suzann

“This is a little hanging that I made,” says Kras. The metal fixture is “from this amazing hardware store on Lafayette. They always play classical music, which takes the experience of being inside to another level.” | At Home With Ana Kras

“This is a little hanging that I made,” says Kras. The metal fixture is “from this amazing hardware store on Lafayette. They always play classical music, which takes the experience of being inside to another level.” | At Home With Ana Kras

(Source: The New York Times)

comm-nplace:

isamu noguchi: grey sun, 1967, marble

comm-nplace:

isamu noguchi: grey sun, 1967, marble

Bruno Munari, A Flower with Love

Bruno Munari, A Flower with Love

(Source: artbookstand.com)

didotandcantaloupe:

"I didn’t know you could wear eyeliner there." (Make-up @isamayaffrench, Photography @stresswaves) #iDgirl by id_magazine http://ift.tt/VE7RVJ

didotandcantaloupe:

"I didn’t know you could wear eyeliner there." (Make-up @isamayaffrench, Photography @stresswaves) #iDgirl by id_magazine http://ift.tt/VE7RVJ

comm-nplace:

giorgio morandi

comm-nplace:

giorgio morandi

Book Club - Claire Cottrell \ Jordan Sullivan

Book Club - Claire Cottrell \ Jordan Sullivan

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New Horizons in Flower Arrangement by Myra J. Brooks with Mary Alice and John P. Roche, 1961

New Horizons in Flower Arrangement by Myra J. Brooks with Mary Alice and John P. Roche, 1961

gallery295:

Photo: Jeff Downer - “Untitled” From the series “Let’s Not Talk About Me”

Locate - First Annual Emerging Curators Exhibition 

January 4 - February 1, 2014
Reception January 10, 7pm - 9pm
Curated by Avalon Mott

This exhibition features emerging photographers Andrew Jenkins, Avalon Mott, Bahar Habibi, David Peters, Jeff Downer, Shannon McCubbin, and Tess Sereda.Gallery 295 presents it’s first annual emerging curators exhibition. Avalon Mott has been selected to curate an exhibition of emerging artists. Mott is a recent graduate from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Recent curated exhibitions include: City of Richmond Public Art Commission, You Came Here By Chance – 221A, Capture Photography Festival – Olympic Village Canada Line Skytrain.Conceived around the binary notions of transience and permanence, Locate aims to explore ideas of place. Through physical or social spaces, one aims to find a setting that they can inhabit and define. This action of locating oneself becomes increasingly difficult during periods of transition and instability. Locate brings to light this desire to find one’s place, and provides the viewer a space to contemplate their own act of location.

Gallery 295 
295 East 2nd Ave - Back Alley Entrance
Vancouver BC V5t 1B8

Hours
Mon-Fri: 1:00 - 5:00 / Sat: 1:00 - 4:00

gallery295:

Photo: Jeff Downer - “Untitled” From the series “Let’s Not Talk About Me”
Locate - First Annual Emerging Curators Exhibition
January 4 - February 1, 2014
Reception January 10, 7pm - 9pm
Curated by Avalon Mott


This exhibition features emerging photographers Andrew Jenkins, Avalon Mott, Bahar Habibi, David Peters, Jeff Downer, Shannon McCubbin, and Tess Sereda.

Gallery 295 presents it’s first annual emerging curators exhibition. Avalon Mott has been selected to curate an exhibition of emerging artists. Mott is a recent graduate from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Recent curated exhibitions include: City of Richmond Public Art Commission, You Came Here By Chance – 221A, Capture Photography Festival – Olympic Village Canada Line Skytrain.

Conceived around the binary notions of transience and permanence, Locate aims to explore ideas of place. Through physical or social spaces, one aims to find a setting that they can inhabit and define. This action of locating oneself becomes increasingly difficult during periods of transition and instability. Locate brings to light this desire to find one’s place, and provides the viewer a space to contemplate their own act of location.

Gallery 295 
295 East 2nd Ave - Back Alley Entrance
Vancouver BC V5t 1B8
Hours
Mon-Fri: 1:00 - 5:00 / Sat: 1:00 - 4:00

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