State of the Artistic

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nonrockandroll:

Segundo volumen de la colección de panfletos No Rock & Roll

nonrockandroll:

Segundo volumen de la colección de panfletos No Rock & Roll
germanpostwarmodern:

Gutleutkirche (1957-58) in Frankfurt, Germany, by Rudolf Schanty

germanpostwarmodern:

Gutleutkirche (1957-58) in Frankfurt, Germany, by Rudolf Schanty

(Source: gutleuthist.de)

senfield:

I may have posted this before but
this is my fav painting I’ve done

senfield:

I may have posted this before but
this is my fav painting I’ve done

(Source: milkingmary)

nosealviewing:

September 2014
Duplex Doors - Old Town Mechanicsburg, PA (Sepia)

nosealviewing:

September 2014

Duplex Doors - Old Town Mechanicsburg, PA (Sepia)

(via luxlit)

From the ‘Surrounding’ photo series by HuangJing.

From the ‘Surrounding’ photo series by HuangJing.

grupaok:

Sarah Charlesworth, Unidentified Woman, Hotel Corona de Aragon, Madrid, 1980 (from the series “Stills,” a selection of newspaper images depicting people jumping from buildings)

grupaok:

Sarah Charlesworth, Unidentified Woman, Hotel Corona de Aragon, Madrid, 1980 (from the series “Stills,” a selection of newspaper images depicting people jumping from buildings)

(via thelonesomewhistle)

3-little-bushes:

KATE BUSH RECORDS - [part 1]

(via berlin1991)

holy-scraps:

Karl Blossfield, Man with Devil by the Tail, Ex Libris for Dr. Josef Lenze, 1922

holy-scraps:

Karl Blossfield, Man with Devil by the Tail, Ex Libris for Dr. Josef Lenze, 1922

(via fatangelbaby)

artemisdreaming:

dominikmerschgallery:

Anton Pulvirenti - The Opening, 2014, charcoal on paper, 60 x 50 cm (top); Dissonant Excursion, 2014, charcoal on paper, 60 x 50 cm (bottom)

Anton Pulvirenti is an Australian artist who work in a representational vein, exploring issues of memory and narrative across the disciplines of drawing, painting and photography.

Pulvirenti refined his skills as an illustrator with David Paulson for seven years in the 90’s. His work draws on his Italian heritage and he is one of the last practioners of the Sicilian art of Carriage painting. Since completing his PHD in painting at the Sydney College of the Arts Pulvirenti’s work has dealt with the unique Italian-Australian experience of interment during World War II and it’s intergenerational transmission to the current day.

The Mirror" exhibition featuring Anton Pulvirenti at Dominik Mersch Gallery, 19 Sept - 11 Oct, 2014