fallingmoss
visual musings
fallingmoss
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workman:

lafilleblanc:
Sanne Vaassen
A cotton cloth filled with charcoal is moved up and down by a motor. The cloth falling on the ground creates a dust cloud. The dust slowly swirls down, a drawing is formed in space. This installation runs for four days, in which the change of the space becomes visible, 2013
workman:

lafilleblanc:
Sanne Vaassen
A cotton cloth filled with charcoal is moved up and down by a motor. The cloth falling on the ground creates a dust cloud. The dust slowly swirls down, a drawing is formed in space. This installation runs for four days, in which the change of the space becomes visible, 2013
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mentaltimetraveller:

Gabriel Braun
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nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
nearlya:

Rudolf Polanszky. 
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Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
Likeafieldmouse :

Jeremy Everett - No Exit (2014)
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margadirube:

voguelovesme: Hannelore Knuts for Vogue Italia, May 1999
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wvovmutilation:

Nayland Blake for Claudia Hart
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cinoh:


Ellsworth Kelly / Louise Bourgeois  via drawdrawdraw
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tetedecaboche:

encre ¬

linda vachon / tête de caboche
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exnihilio:

Egan Frantz, 2014
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yard-sales:

Federica Tedeschi collection
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 north wales beach rock

fallingmoss
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artpropelled:

Anselm Kiefer exhibition (Photo by Seth Apter)
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philamuseum:

Why is this woman’s head coming out of a stone, you ask? Good question! The work is called “Thought” and it is thought, if you will, that Rodin was personifying a single instance of thinking, or an individual thought, by using the lovely model of his student and lover Camille Claudel. What can we say, it’s pretty heady stuff!“Thought,” modeled 1895 by Auguste Rodin and carved 1900–1 by Camille Raynaud
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Daniel Coves. Meek’s Cutoff Nº 1, 2012. Oil on linen, 35 x 50 cm.

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