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#Repost @lifeanddecor ( @get_repost) ・・・ Preciosas escaleras decoradas con boj en el jardín del Palacio Borromeo en la Isla Bella del Lago Mayor, Italia. Vía Pinterest. Repost: @isabeaugrey . Muchas gracias @andreabenzidesign .. . . #boxwood #boj #topiary #paisajismo #gardens #jardines #decorgarden #hedges #greenplants #stairs #piedra #sculpture #interiorismo #decorgram #decorinspo #beautifulcolors #greengreen #laggomaggiore #macetas
“Stop playing with the world” when the message and the art makes a big impact. Impressive sculpture 🙏🏼 we salute you, Master Quinn @lorenzoquinnartist . . #art #artist #sculpture #halcyon #master #wolrd #gallery #london #hands #artwork #artlover #artinstallation #creative #inspire #lorenzoquinn #lorenzoquinnartist #lorenzo
Caught Anthony Gormley’s ‘Another Time’ today when the tide was out @turnercontemporary #margatebeach #sculpture #contemporaryart
‘Sculpture to be Lost in the Forest’ Hans Arp 1932 @turnercontemporary #modernist #sculpture #plastersculpture
Sculpting tiny hands for my next sculpture feat. Ben Wyatt via Parks n Recs 👋🏼
@metbreuer is continuing to show relevant and provocative shows, curated with care and consideration. Their current exhibition ‘Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950–1980’ includes 100 works of paintings, drawings and sculpture by 62 artists including; Eva Hesse, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, Philip Guston and Mira Schendel. Around the globe, social and political turmoil erupted between the 1950s and 1980s. Dismembering logical structures and compositional techniques, artists responded to the compressing state of affairs and transformed this commentary into their work. It proposes that the existence that difficult times and disenchantment, demand from artists work that is expunged of superfluity – resultantly injecting instability into their own work and processes. Works are abbreviated under the categories of Vertigo, Excess, Nonsense and Twisted. A poignant reminder of the adversities that have existed in society and yet possibly we are experiencing our own current state of ‘delirium’? On view to 14 January. • Ana Mendieta, Untitled (Glass on body imprints - Face), ten gelatin silver prints from a set of thirteen, 1972. • #morningsoup #artnyc #art #fineart #artreview #artgallery #loveart #interiordesign #interiors #arthistory #architecture #painting #drawing #sculpture #artphotography #abstractart #contemporaryart #installationart #conversation #artmatters #metbreuer #anamendieta #deliriousmet
@metbreuer is continuing to show relevant and provocative shows, curated with care and consideration. Their current exhibition ‘Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950–1980’ includes 100 works of paintings, drawings and sculpture by 62 artists including; Eva Hesse, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, Philip Guston and Mira Schendel. Around the globe, social and political turmoil erupted between the 1950s and 1980s. Dismembering logical structures and compositional techniques, artists responded to the compressing state of affairs and transformed this commentary into their work. It proposes that the existence that difficult times and disenchantment, demand from artists work that is expunged of superfluity – resultantly injecting instability into their own work and processes. Works are abbreviated under the categories of Vertigo, Excess, Nonsense and Twisted. A poignant reminder of the adversities that have existed in society and yet possibly we are experiencing our own current state of ‘delirium’? On view to 14 January. • Alfred Jensen, Beginning Study for Changes and Communication, oil on canvas, 1978. • #morningsoup #artnyc #art #fineart #artreview #artgallery #loveart #interiordesign #interiors #arthistory #architecture #painting #drawing #sculpture #artphotography #abstractart #contemporaryart #installationart #conversation #artmatters #metbreuer #alfredjensen #deliriousmet
@metbreuer is continuing to show relevant and provocative shows, curated with care and consideration. Their current exhibition ‘Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950–1980’ includes 100 works of paintings, drawings and sculpture by 62 artists including; Eva Hesse, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, Philip Guston and Mira Schendel. Around the globe, social and political turmoil erupted between the 1950s and 1980s. Dismembering logical structures and compositional techniques, artists responded to the compressing state of affairs and transformed this commentary into their work. It proposes that the existence that difficult times and disenchantment, demand from artists work that is expunged of superfluity – resultantly injecting instability into their own work and processes. Works are abbreviated under the categories of Vertigo, Excess, Nonsense and Twisted. A poignant reminder of the adversities that have existed in society and yet possibly we are experiencing our own current state of ‘delirium’? On view to 14 January. • Yayoi Kusama, Ladder, mixed media, 1963. • #morningsoup #artnyc #art #fineart #artreview #artgallery #loveart #interiordesign #interiors #arthistory #architecture #painting #drawing #sculpture #artphotography #abstractart #contemporaryart #installationart #conversation #artmatters #metbreuer #deliriousmet #yayoikusama
lousie’s spider in a web of humans. #MoMA #louisebourgeois #modernart #architecture #newyork #sculpture