raveneuse:

Joseph Beuys, King’s Daughter Sees Iceland, 1960.

raveneuse:

Joseph Beuys, King’s Daughter Sees Iceland, 1960.

(via aceblush)

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Joan Mitchell (1925-1992)Allo, Amélie (1973)oil on canvas 280.6 x 181.6 cm

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Joan Mitchell (1925-1992)
Allo, Amélie (1973)
oil on canvas 280.6 x 181.6 cm

(via aceblush)

"America was built on two monumental crimes: the genocide of the Native American and the enslavement of the African American. The tendency of official America is to memorialize other peoples’ crimes and to forget its own - to seek a high moral ground as a pretext to ignore real issues."

Mahmood Mamdani (via grillfriend)

(Source: yamesmooma, via lagrimasdelcorazon)

antoniogonzalezart:

Pierre Soulages
‘Peinture 202 x 159 cm, 18 octobre 1967’ (1967), Acrylic on canvas

antoniogonzalezart:

Pierre Soulages

‘Peinture 202 x 159 cm, 18 octobre 1967’ (1967), Acrylic on canvas

(Source: theories-of, via nijimusekai)

f0rtylegz:

~Diebenkorn~     Girl Smoking      (1963)

f0rtylegz:

~Diebenkorn~     Girl Smoking      (1963)

(via workman)

otoso:

Untitled (Cadmium)
Jean-Michel Basquiat
1984

otoso:

Untitled (Cadmium)

Jean-Michel Basquiat

1984

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amare-habeo:

Maurice Esteve (French, 1904 - 2001)
A-1208, 1989

amare-habeo:

Maurice Esteve (French, 1904 - 2001)

A-1208, 1989

(via horsdeconcours)

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Helen Frankenthaler (USA 1928-2011)Summerscene, Provincetown (1961)acrylic on canvas, paper 50.9 x 61 cmSmithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Helen Frankenthaler (USA 1928-2011)
Summerscene, Provincetown (1961)
acrylic on canvas, paper 50.9 x 61 cm
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC