Posts tagged contemporary art

Double exposure portraits shot in Germany by Aneta Ivanova

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Doug Aitken, Song 1.
Doug Aitken’s latest work, Song 1, takes over the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. quite literally. Song 1 uses the museum itself as its canvas. The piece annexes the entire cylindrical exterior of Gordon Bunshaft’s 1974 edifice, utilizing eleven high-definition projectors to transform the Hirshhorn into a 360-degree viewing surface.
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Doug Aitken, Song 1.

Doug Aitken’s latest work, Song 1, takes over the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. quite literally. Song 1 uses the museum itself as its canvas. The piece annexes the entire cylindrical exterior of Gordon Bunshaft’s 1974 edifice, utilizing eleven high-definition projectors to transform the Hirshhorn into a 360-degree viewing surface.

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About halfway through, there’s a slight blurring effect that expresses disbelief, as if one rubs his eyes to make sure he’s seeing it straight, like when he first wakes up…

Irregular Flow by ozan tekin

For those who may think I don’t appreciate bold colors… Here ya go.  Enjoy.

Yago Hortal - acrylic on canvas.

The energy is great - never underestimate the power of “doodling”.  
Artist: Il Lee

The energy is great - never underestimate the power of “doodling”.  

Artist: Il Lee