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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Graham Dean.
jonwithabullet:

Mario Propaganda by Fro Design
2headedsnake:

webcultura.ro:umbra 
Floro Rook
actegratuit:

The Last days of Pompeij,
G. Helnwein

actegratuit:

The Last days of Pompeij,

G. Helnwein

3rdofmay:

Big day for me today: The new, weekly Modern Art Notes Podcast debuts!
My first guest is artist Chris Burden, the artist who created what is almost certainly America’s most popular public artwork: Urban Light (2008, above) at/outside the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Later this fall LACMA will also install Burden’s Metropolis II (2011), which has been something of a viral video hit on the interwebs. Burden is also known for risk-embracing 1970s performance pieces such as Shoot (1971), in which Burden was shot by a friend.
You can download or listen to the first MAN Podcast here and you can subscribe via RSS feed here. The show is currently in iTunes’ review process, but it’ll be up there soon. Also, please follow (and stream!) The Modern Art Notes Podcast on Tumblr here. 
Image via Flickr user Hiroshiken.

3rdofmay:

Big day for me today: The new, weekly Modern Art Notes Podcast debuts!

My first guest is artist Chris Burden, the artist who created what is almost certainly America’s most popular public artwork: Urban Light (2008, above) at/outside the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Later this fall LACMA will also install Burden’s Metropolis II (2011), which has been something of a viral video hit on the interwebs. Burden is also known for risk-embracing 1970s performance pieces such as Shoot (1971), in which Burden was shot by a friend.

You can download or listen to the first MAN Podcast here and you can subscribe via RSS feed here. The show is currently in iTunes’ review process, but it’ll be up there soon. Also, please follow (and stream!) The Modern Art Notes Podcast on Tumblr here. 

Image via Flickr user Hiroshiken.

joelwh:

Cengiz Bodur
cartwheelgalaxy:


Objectum II
“300 coloured helium balloons float against the ceiling of the ‘tomb chapel’ of the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam. Attached to the balloons are cards that refer to the material possessions of Bartlebooth, the deceased protagonist in George Perec’s novel Life A User’s Manual.”  2007. Project by Laurence Aëgerter

cartwheelgalaxy:

Objectum II

“300 coloured helium balloons float against the ceiling of the ‘tomb chapel’ of the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam. Attached to the balloons are cards that refer to the material possessions of Bartlebooth, the deceased protagonist in George Perec’s novel Life A User’s Manual.”  2007. Project by Laurence Aëgerter

go-lightly-holly:

“I always ignore money.”

go-lightly-holly:

“I always ignore money.”