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It’s been a long time, but what can I say .. welcome again dear friends. hope ur doin great in d new one. here I find this interesting to be part of my blog. Concept from ’93th that is pretty minimalistic, white, clean and plastic dirty in a way.. but with some weird perception about d topic that it’s in d center.

Damien Hirst – Dead Ends, Dried Out, Explored (1993)

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#short vivisection

.тнis is short vivisection of some art that pass trough my stream nowadays. I must say I’m pretty sorry that I don’t spent a lot of time here on this blog, but I must invite u in same time as well to visit my new project that I took part: think.mk

.it’s actually thinkery web portal for all brainiacs and mind voyagers from my country. I admit that d time that i spent there, working on all that different content is challenge for me is some way. .. but i promise that i’ll do try to come here more often and spread d good conceptuallity with u. btw it’s pretty noisy out there, a lot of good stuff I must point тнaт!

:enjoy d selection!

“merror” by anatol knotek

ANISH KAPOOR – Void

Anish Kapoor

Jannis Kounellis

Oscar Tauzon

Sarah Oppenheimer, D-33

tom lovelace

:celebration vol.II – hbd sir Duchamp

Bicycle Wheel (1913)

“Art is either plagiarism or revolution.”

The second celebration we have here on this blog today is about d birthday of one of d best/ main/ leaders/ ARTISTS of d modern/ contemporary era Marcel Duchamp who actually was a French artist whose work is most often associated with the Dadaist and Surrealist movements.

Tu M’ (1918) – Duchamp’s last full-scale venture in oil painting, expressing the shortcomings of traditional oil on canvas painting.

All in all, the creative act is not performed by the artist alone.. the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qualifications and thus adds his contribution to the creative act.

If u are here on this blog u probably know about this Monsieur and just continue toasting with me for all this beautiful occasions. Sir Duchamp left a lot for d historians of art, they can analyze his signature with days/ months even years. His works are structural, easy going maybe but pretty hard in d concept. Full with messages, thinkery machines I can say. I use to stay hours in front of some of his works/ masterpieces.


Duchamp’s 1926 film Anemic Cinema, presented with a new score by Modern Silent Cinema


Why Not Sneeze, Rrose Selavy? (1919)
Those “sugar cubes” are actually made of marble, making the whole thing surprisingly heavy. Anyone who lifted it would momentarily be forced to question either their expectation or their perception of the object’s weight.

Female Fig Leaf (1951)

Objet-dard (1962)

Three Standard Stoppages

“It’s not what you see that is art. Art is the gap.”

Traveler’s Folding Item (1916)

Hat Rack

Rotary Glass Plates (Precision Optics), 1920

urinal r mutt fountain 1917

“Destruction is also creation.”

“My idea was to chose an object that wouldn’t attract me, either by its beauty or by its ugliness. To find a point of indifference in my looking at it, you see.”

“D’ailleurs, c’est toujours les autres qui meurent.
(Besides, it’s always other people who die).”

:HAPPY BIRTHDAY Sir Marcel Duchampu Dear followers/ readers can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page c h e e r s:

:celebration vol.I

I just saw something interesting on d bottom of my left sidebar here. Actually I have never think about that, is this happenin’? Most of u in d mail list are probably people who don’t even know me or don’t even care who I am on facebook or in d real life. You are all #art followers, as d bird follows d sun after d autumn visit/ left ur country land.

You follow great artists, great ideas, usually more complicated then d regular/ classical art, someone call it postmodern, someone contemporary, someone conceptual. Is this important for u (?), as I think we are all lead by d originality that every single piece of art that is shared here has inside of it. Thanks for being here dear ‘mail’ followers. I make toast for this small celebration! Happy to have u here, hope to enjoy as mush as we can this era of conceptuality! c h e e r s ! 😀

:enjoy d reflection of d whitness

The geological history of the Salar is associated with a sequential transformation between several vast lakes. Some 30,000–42,000 years ago, the area was part of a giant prehistoric lake, Lake Minchin. SALAR DE UYUNI (or Salar de Tunupa)

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