pixography:

Surreal Gallery

pixography:

Surreal Gallery

Sidney Nolan 
Ned Kelly, 1946
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. 
Gift of Sunday Reed, 1977

 http://nga.gov.au/Nolan/Index.cfm

Sidney Nolan
Ned Kelly, 1946
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
Gift of Sunday Reed, 1977

http://nga.gov.au/Nolan/Index.cfm

bofransson:

Three Trees, L’Estaque

André Derain - 1906

likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9) likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9)

likeafieldmouse:

Christo & Jeanne-Claude - Wrapped Coast (completed installation, construction & preparatory studies, 1968-9)

aestheticgoddess:

Piet Mondrain, Tableau No. 2, 1913

aestheticgoddess:

Piet Mondrain, Tableau No. 2, 1913

wearewendel:

Takehito Koganezawa - Propagation of Electrical Current (2009)

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

nycartscene:

opens Apr 17, 6-8p:“Day by Day, Good Day” Peter DreherKoenig & Clinton Gallery, 459 W19th St., NYCa historical exhibition presenting paintings from 1974-2012. Dreher began his series Tag um Tag Guter Tag (Day by Day, Good Day) after painting his first glass in 1972. Dreher continued rendering a single empty water glass repeatedly, by day and by night, and has continued doing so over the course of several decades. The title of the series is linked to a Zen Buddhist maxim that espouses the equanimity of all things and objective perception of the world. Schooled as a figurative painter, the artist has remained steadfast to this commitment over the years, painting the same glass, within the same surroundings, from the same angle every day. To date, the series includes nearly 5,000 individual paintings. - thru May 24 nycartscene:

opens Apr 17, 6-8p:“Day by Day, Good Day” Peter DreherKoenig & Clinton Gallery, 459 W19th St., NYCa historical exhibition presenting paintings from 1974-2012. Dreher began his series Tag um Tag Guter Tag (Day by Day, Good Day) after painting his first glass in 1972. Dreher continued rendering a single empty water glass repeatedly, by day and by night, and has continued doing so over the course of several decades. The title of the series is linked to a Zen Buddhist maxim that espouses the equanimity of all things and objective perception of the world. Schooled as a figurative painter, the artist has remained steadfast to this commitment over the years, painting the same glass, within the same surroundings, from the same angle every day. To date, the series includes nearly 5,000 individual paintings. - thru May 24

nycartscene:

opens Apr 17, 6-8p:

Day by Day, Good Day
 Peter Dreher

Koenig & Clinton Gallery, 459 W19th St., NYC

a historical exhibition presenting paintings from 1974-2012. Dreher began his series Tag um Tag Guter Tag (Day by Day, Good Day) after painting his first glass in 1972. Dreher continued rendering a single empty water glass repeatedly, by day and by night, and has continued doing so over the course of several decades. The title of the series is linked to a Zen Buddhist maxim that espouses the equanimity of all things and objective perception of the world. Schooled as a figurative painter, the artist has remained steadfast to this commitment over the years, painting the same glass, within the same surroundings, from the same angle every day. To date, the series includes nearly 5,000 individual paintings. - thru May 24