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whatdinosaur:

Andy Warhol and Nico as Batman and Robin

brooklynmuseum:

#BKArtistsBall artist Carrie Schneider dreams up stories, casts her family and friends to interpret the fantasies, and then photographs them to give the fiction a sense of reality. See more here.

brooklynmuseum:

#BKArtistsBall artist Carrie Schneider dreams up stories, casts her family and friends to interpret the fantasies, and then photographs them to give the fiction a sense of reality. See more here.

brooklynmuseum:

“I like making compositions that are awkward and go against what might be considered pleasing,” says #BKArtistsBall artist Ellen Altfest of her highly detailed paintings (repeat, paintings) of both intimate and humble subjects.

brooklynmuseum:

Opening today, Chicago in L.A. surveys the work of Judy Chicago before her iconic feminist work, The Dinner Party. This survey includes approximately sixty paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, and videos, including documentation of performances, spanning 1963 to 1974. An outdoor component of the exhibition, A Butterfly for Brooklyn, will be presented in partnership with the Prospect Park Alliance on Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m.

brooklynmuseum:

Opening today, Chicago in L.A. surveys the work of Judy Chicago before her iconic feminist work, The Dinner PartyThis survey includes approximately sixty paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, and videos, including documentation of performances, spanning 1963 to 1974. An outdoor component of the exhibition, A Butterfly for Brooklyn, will be presented in partnership with the Prospect Park Alliance on Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m.

ajgarciadiary:

She waits. 
Visions of a Mad Man © http://ajgarciadiary.tumblr.com/

ajgarciadiary:

She waits. 

Visions of a Mad Man © 
http://ajgarciadiary.tumblr.com/

iamcompletecrap:

i wish i was even half as brave as finn

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Devon Aoki in More Beautiful Women by Nick Knight, 2002. A project in which Andy Warhol’s ‘thirteen most beautiful women’ was paid homage- this project required thirteen beautiful models to stand in front of the recording camera for two minutes until told to stop.

Devon Aoki in More Beautiful Women by Nick Knight, 2002.
A project in which Andy Warhol’s ‘thirteen most beautiful women’ was paid homage- this project required thirteen beautiful models to stand in front of the recording camera for two minutes until told to stop.

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