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ART

"Art is form and content" means: All art consists of these two things.

"Art is subjective, and means something different to every single person on earth."

few million references…

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rozanes:

ReCraft Your Light: The Illuminated Photographs

Belfast-based photographer Michael Taylor, use a  current which passes through copper electroluminescent (EL) wire, causing the surrounding phosphor coating to emit light. The wire is wrapped around the custom-made costumes worn by models or mannequins, and the movements are then recorded, capturing the kinetic energy. “In the Lumen series, the topic of investigation is light itself,” says Taylor. “It is a lifetime project in which various aspects of light are explored in separate bodies of work.”
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liquidnight:

John Swope
John Garfield, 1940
[via Golden Age Comic Book Stories]
Toolbox Cartoon Fight
by Phil Jones

Toolbox Cartoon Fight

by Phil Jones

Pavel Tchelitchew
Man Ray · Vierge non apprivoisée, 1964

Man Ray · Vierge non apprivoisée, 1964

(Source: regardintemporel)

Giorgio Cecchinato - Memories of the Thirst (2011)

Giorgio Cecchinato - Memories of the Thirst (2011)

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

Untitled
Sculpture by Robert Arneson
United States, 1972
©Estate of Robert Arneson

Untitled

Sculpture by Robert Arneson

United States, 1972

©Estate of Robert Arneson

Alice’s Teacup
Sculpture by Lucian Octavius Pompili
United States, 1972

Alice’s Teacup

Sculpture by Lucian Octavius Pompili

United States, 1972

Jackson Pollock
Sculpture by Robert Arneson
United States, 1983
©Estate of Robert Arneson

Jackson Pollock

Sculpture by Robert Arneson

United States, 1983

©Estate of Robert Arneson

Molecule Man
Sculpture by Jonathan Borofsky
Berlin, 1997
"My first Molecule Man sculptures were made in 1977 and 1978 in Los Angeles. Early molecule structures included a molecule chair, a ceramic molecule vase, a molecule figure and a model for a molecule building made from styrofoam balls. Originally, I was fascinated by this molecule idea because of the simple fact that even though we appear to be quite solid, we are in fact composed of a molecule structure which, in itself is mostly composed of water and air.
For me, this hundred-foot tall aluminum sculpture composed of three figures meeting in the center, not only refers to the lightness inside our own solid bodies, but also the figures joining in the center, refer to the molecules of all human beings coming together to create our existence. This symbolism is especially poignant for this 100-foot Molecule Man on the Spree River in Berlin since the river marked the division between East and West Berlin.”
Jonathan Borofsky

Molecule Man

Sculpture by Jonathan Borofsky

Berlin, 1997

"My first Molecule Man sculptures were made in 1977 and 1978 in Los Angeles. Early molecule structures included a molecule chair, a ceramic molecule vase, a molecule figure and a model for a molecule building made from styrofoam balls. Originally, I was fascinated by this molecule idea because of the simple fact that even though we appear to be quite solid, we are in fact composed of a molecule structure which, in itself is mostly composed of water and air.

For me, this hundred-foot tall aluminum sculpture composed of three figures meeting in the center, not only refers to the lightness inside our own solid bodies, but also the figures joining in the center, refer to the molecules of all human beings coming together to create our existence. This symbolism is especially poignant for this 100-foot Molecule Man on the Spree River in Berlin since the river marked the division between East and West Berlin.”

Jonathan Borofsky

Ballerina Clown
Sculpture by Jonathan Borofsky
Permanent Installation, Venice Beach · California · 2008

Ballerina Clown

Sculpture by Jonathan Borofsky

Permanent Installation, Venice Beach · California · 2008

Gun Camera
by Diego Beyró

Gun Camera

by Diego Beyró

Orgasms · 1
by Diego Beyró

Orgasms · 1

by Diego Beyró