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This breathtaking installation was created for the Biennial of Venice in and found it’s home in San Staë church on the Canale Grande. It’s entitled Falling Garden, and is the work of collaborating Swiss artists, Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger. Land Art, Art Amour, Street Art, Instalation Art, Autumn Garden, Art Design, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art, Artsy Fartsy

curated contemporary art /// i’m jealous of gerda steiner and jörg lenzlinger

Salvador Dalí portrait, In Voluptas Mors In Voluptas Mors, a surrealistic portrait of Dali beside a large skull, in fact a tableau vivant composed of seven nudes. Halsman took three hours to arrange the models according to a sketch by Dali. Salvador Dali, Man Ray, Memento Mori, Philippe Halsman, Foto Art, The Shining, Pablo Picasso, Renoir, Optical Illusions

Women forming a skull, 1951 - Salvador Dali -

‘Women forming a skull’ was created in 1951 by Salvador Dali in Surrealism style. Find more prominent pieces of symbolic painting at – best visual art database.

Painting by Gerard Stricher. "To be aware of limitations is already to be beyond them" - Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Art Beauté, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Wow Art, Art Abstrait, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art, Painting Inspiration, Amazing Art

To be aware of limitations is already to be beyond them — but does it float

Paintings by Gerard Stricher Title: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Atley

Untitled, acrylic paint, screen Print, spray paint, ink on wood. By UK graffiti artist Hush. East Meets West in Hush’s Klimt-esque ‘Twin’ Series. Art Du Collage, Painting Collage, Collage Artists, Mixed Media Painting, Artist Painting, Figure Painting, Mixed Media Art, Art Amour, Art Et Illustration

Gallery: East Meets West in Hush’s Klimt-esque ‘Twin’ Series

UK graffiti artist Hush has made his stateside return with Twin, a new exhibition that recently opened at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood. A trained graphic designer and illustrator, Hush is known for his layered murals that combine street…

Portrait by Derek Gores collage art painting Collage Kunst, Collage Portrait, Paper Collage Art, Paper Art, Face Collage, Portraits, Art Collages, Collage Artists, Picasso Collage

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The environment is one of the most important things in my field of vision and my thought processes right now. I love the concept of upcycling, it will have

Interior aerial photos making 250 separate images by Brett Beyer at Milstein Hall at Cornell University’s College of Architecture Art, and Planning. Interior Photography, Photography Portfolio, Photography Tools, Inspiring Photography, Aerial Photography, Oma Architecture, Photography And Videography, Aerial View, How To Plan

Galería de Plataforma Fotógrafos: Vistas aéreas del Milstein Hall de OMA por Brett Beyer - 1

Imagen 1 de 5 de la galería de Plataforma Fotógrafos: Vistas aéreas del Milstein Hall de OMA por Brett Beyer. © Brett Beyer

Milstein Hall at Cornell University: Location: Ithaca, New York, USA Year of Construction: 2011 Architects: OMA A cantilevered main volume with dynamic flow and circulation throughout the interior and exterior. Space Architecture, School Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, University Interior Design, Lecture Theatre, Cornell University, Construction, Site Design, Stairways

Milstein Hall at Cornell University / OMA

Completed in 2011 in United States. Images by Matthew Carbone. Milstein Hall, the new 25,000 sqf flexible studio space at Cornell’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) in upstate New York, was opened...

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ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards 2011: The Winners

our readers have recognized the best projects featured at ArchDaily during the past year. From renowned established offices to upcoming young practices, with one thing in common: good architecture.