:rainbow lines for a good day

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:when we start talk about perspectives, this is a good one. amazing project that I saw last week but when u’re in a hurry u’re not able to save things even that I didn’t leave any trace for this one. but good is good and this gives some trendy vibe, adaptable in this indi atmospheres around. I have similar one colored line in d corridor in my house, since spring is coming I have some new ideas about.

I like d colorful input, d crying rainbows effect..

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.Markus Linnenbrink is making amazing metamorphosis with d colors, d way how he use d spectra, d floor that gives 3D even multidimensional  feelin’ nice, trippy corridor indeed. have no idea where it takes?! 😀

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very inspiring project, positive, kind of retro. .. d street style is obvious. I like d red traces on d grey line. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

!✖cross ur presence✖!

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✖amazing contemporary art. conceptuality is sexy! yes, no more words from me for this wall.. I just enjoy watching this! .. hope u do d same 😉

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:this is Martin Creed [✖] and hell yea he have smt to tell Us about! ✖ c i a o!!! or. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:RIP Sir Mike Kelley [1ox for d madness]

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.I just heard this bad news from friend of mine L.P. Ponor about d apparent suicide of d famous contemporary artist Mike Kelley [1954 – January 31, 2012 or February 1, 2012]. He is/ was attractive with his works, controversial, as this last information is actually.

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Kelley’s work involved found objects, textile banners, drawings, assemblage, collage, performance and video. He often worked collaboratively and had done projects with artists Paul McCarthy, Tony Oursler and John Miller. Kelley was often associated with the concept of abjection.” [from wikipedia]

:Episode #117: Mike Kelley sets the record straight about being called a “bad boy” throughout his career, describing the shifting tastes of critics and artists towards abject art in recent years.

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Mike Kelley’s work ranges from highly symbolic and ritualistic performance pieces, to arrangements of stuffed-animal sculptures, to wall-sized drawings, to multi-room installations that restage institutional environments (schools, offices, zoos), to extended collaborations with artists such as Paul McCarthy, Tony Oursler, and the band Sonic Youth. His work questions the legitimacy of ‘normative’ values and systems of authority, and attacks the sanctity of cultural attitudes toward family, religion, sexuality, art history, and education. He also comments on and undermines the legitimacy of the concept of victim or trauma culture, which posits that almost all behavior results from some form of repressed abuse. Kelley’s aesthetic mines the rich and often overlooked history of vernacular art in America, and his practice borrows heavily from the confrontational, politically conscious “by all means necessary” attitude of punk music.

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.. I prefer in this case to make photo story, His work speaks more then what I can say in d moment.. big lost for d history of contemporary art, I don’t see reason why he’ve done this but anyway this are works that will stay as respected perspectives in d conceptual arts.
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:I don't know why but I specially like this. ..psychedelic! ;)

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.he deserves more words from me, but I am pretty sure that during this year I’ll make observation of his master pieces, there are a lot of missing projects here. .. this is just to show d respect for this artist! Rest In Peace Sir & thanks for all d art madness!

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:happy b.day Sir Pollock, Jackson Pollock

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:yesterday already in my part of d world but only in a minutes [28 of January] was d 100th birthday of d one of d most famous painters in d history of arts, one of d inventors, that leads d Abstract Expressionism style in contemporary arts. I had d pleasure to enjoy his works around d big galleries and is not possible to skip this birthday. in my world he left big traces, in d way how I understand d art when I write about also as when I’m in my atelier working on my new works.

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Morteza Nikoubazl / Reuters

A Tehran Art University student looks at a painting by 20th century U.S. artist Jackson Pollock at Tehran’s Museum of Contemporary Art on June 19, 2010. Artists like Monet, Picasso and Warhol were considered revolutionary in their day, but their works were not much appreciated by the leaders of Iran’s Islamic revolution and many were kept out of view for decades. Now, one of the greatest collections of contemporary Western art — put together under a Western-leaning monarchy in pre-revolutionary Iran — is open to the public, with some works on display for the first time in more than 30 years.

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:fast painting, with a lot of emotions, moves. .. deep expressions, war between d blue and d red. I don’t know maybe more then 10 times I enjoy his works in Pompidou Museum in France. I use to go there and enjoy d docs where is recorded Pollock and his process of creating, lots of conversations how he connect almost all o d elements that surround him  with expressing trough d brush with one single move. standing n a frond of his huge paintings it’s fantasy, maybe d best part of my life till now. He is considered a revolutionary painter and well known for his ‘drip’ paintings, that involved pouring paint onto large raw canvases on the floor. Pollock currently holds the title for the world’s most expensive painting ever sold, when David Geffen sold his “No.5, 1948” for $140 million through Sotheby’s in 2006.

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An undated handout photograph shows Jackson Pollock’s “Blue Poles, Number 11, 1952” in the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra which was purchased a quarter of century ago for A$1.3 million ($975,000) and is now estimated to be worth A$115 million ($86.25 million).

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In between u see pictures from his life, there will be in future more posts for his master works cause as I mention he is one of my influences not directly but with d philosophy and d messages that he shared. .. connect with nature,respect diversity and much more are pretty motivating for me. :HAPPY BIRTHDAY Pollock, Jackson Pollock!

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.this is that great artist, master of d moderna, expressionist?!. .. more then that. if u haven’t made a research for Him till now go and read for His life, u’ll be impressed for sure. in meanwhile u like d things that u saw here? . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:surreal #reading.S

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:I think is first time to share #illustrations on my blog but it’s just not possible to skip this beauty. I saw one illustration form Quint Buchholz and I just search to see if there are some other works from him in d network. not that thereare different drawings, illustrations from him, I succeed to make this collection of art works with book as main content, topic.

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..here we go with d collection that I made specially for this blog post, but before that just to mention that he is born in Stolberg near Aachen in 1957 and grew up in Stuttgart. painter and illustrator from ’79 with over 30 books illustrated, internationally awarded, with unique style. soft, dreamy, colored with perfect esthetic. all at all interesting artist if u want to search for that besides this tries new forms,medias of expressions. enJoy ~

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..so, u like this illustration, u like d stories that he make with d books, d surrealistic touch of d view. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page