Fewer Gestures

Simple Gestures, Landscapes, Plants (To -> Personal Tumblr)
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stillhouse:

Augustus Thompson

stillhouse:

Augustus Thompson

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thequandary:

cover (detail)

thequandary:

cover (detail)

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scottbergeyart:

wolfecut.13 by annahepler on Flickr.
mattmorriswerks:

Sonia DelaunayExcerpt from Robes Poèmes1969

mattmorriswerks:

Sonia Delaunay
Excerpt from Robes Poèmes
1969

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gacougnol:

Gabor KerekesSelfcloning Blood 2000’s

gacougnol:

Gabor Kerekes
Selfcloning Blood
2000’s

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thefiftyeight:

Gianni Colombo - Spazio elastico, 1966-1967

thefiftyeight:

Gianni Colombo - Spazio elastico, 1966-1967

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rudygodinez:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy forUne Petite Maison”, (1954)

In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

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julianminima:

Ethan Cook
Untitled, 2012
woven cotton canvas, artist’s frame
18x24 inches

julianminima:

Ethan Cook

Untitled, 2012

woven cotton canvas, artist’s frame

18x24 inches

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verylargebuildings:

Peter Shear
13-96, 2011-13
acrylic, gesso, pumice and gel medium on canvas, 10 x 8”
LINK

verylargebuildings:

Peter Shear

13-96, 2011-13

acrylic, gesso, pumice and gel medium on canvas, 10 x 8”

LINK

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mythologyofblue:

Xu Bing (徐冰), Chongqing Life Pond, 1987

mythologyofblue:

Xu Bing (徐冰), Chongqing Life Pond, 1987

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blastedheath:

Max Ernst (French, born Germany, 1891-1976), Ohne Titel, 1929. Collage on paper, 4½ x 5 in. (11.5 x 12.5 cm.)

blastedheath:

Max Ernst (French, born Germany, 1891-1976), Ohne Titel, 1929. Collage on paper, 4½ x 5 in. (11.5 x 12.5 cm.)

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northmagneticpole:

Danielle De Batté

northmagneticpole:

Danielle De Batté

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