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apassportaffair:

elephant
enews4:

Crazy paper sculptures that stretch, collapse and twist like fluid http://ift.tt/X3zFDW
artslant:

 Mike Meire ‘Köln Material’ at FIGGE VON ROSEN GALERIE
http://www.artslant.com/ber/events/show/344426-k%C3%B6ln-material
notesranonymous:

#darkart #sculpture #angel #sculptureangel #notmine
inkbysaga:

Tête Carrée (Square Head), by Sacha Sosno, 2002.

Of all the countless pieces of art I had the chance to see during my time in #Europe, I have to say that this #sculpture by the late #sashasosno, was my favorite. Was lucky enough to be staying across from it during my time in Nice, and was able to appreciate it at length. At 26 meters tall, was the first inhabited monumental structure in the world. 

#newrealism #obliteration #art #realism #finearts #sosnowsky #france #provence
groundcovers:

Artist: Jim Sanborn Title: A Comma, A, 2004 Location: Plaza in front of the new library, University of Houston, Houston, TX Materials: Copper, international language texts, light, black granite paving inlay. Size: 6’x26’x80’
lesfressange89:

                                                An Ode To Venus
likeafieldmouse:

Hollis Brown Thornton - A Room of Ghosts (2009)

thewomb:

Ashkan Honarvar

aclevine51:

Photo by Andy Goldsworthy #photography #sculpture #art #beauty #british
gallowhill:

Anthony Gormley, sculptures from “Domains”, “Bodies in Space" and "Apart" at his studio, 2003
selartiste:

“James Clar’s work is an analysis and observation on the affects of media and technology on our perception of culture, nationality, and identity. His interest is in new technology and production processes, using them as a medium, while analyzing and critiquing their modifying affects on human behavior.”
visual-poetry:

»she loves control« by franck ancel
via franckancel