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Dorr Bothwell

Party Waltz by Dorr Bothwell, 1945.
Oil on canvas.

Via Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

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Zachary Norman: Exotic Matter

Exotic Matter 1 – Displacement Map by Zachary Norman.

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Alquimia

Via Infinite Fracture.

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Miya Ando: Morning Copenhagen

Morning (Copenhagen), 48×48 inches, Dyed Aluminum, 2014.

By Miya Ando, who’s solo exhibition, Aurora, opens Wednesday May 28, 2014 at Mead Carney Fine Art, London.

 

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Jean Gorin

Office building project in Nort-sur-Erdre. Gouache on paper by Jean Gorin, 1927.

Via The Charnel House.

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Miniature glass nude

Miniature glass nude handmade by Albert Hendriks.

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John Gould

A monograph of the Trogonidae or family of the Trogons, by John Gould, London, 1838.

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Alexey Golovin

Painting by Alexey Golovin.

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Ruth Asawa

Ruth Asawa’s seven-lobed hanging wire sculpture, Untitled S.437 (1956).

Via LAMA.

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Art as a cure for... Anxiety

Head of a Buddha, Indonesia, c. 800-850.

“This is the head of someone who excelled at reducing his own anxiety. Nobody really knows what features the Buddha had, so the artist has devoted his considerable skill to imagining a face that shows us what freedom from anxiety might look like. We’re being invited to look at the face with a desire to become like it is, to share the quality of mind it exhibits. The statue is arguing that it’s not enough just to hear what the Buddha said; we should use our visual responsiveness to implant his philosophy of calm more deeply in our lives. This sounds weird, but it is something we do anyway without noticing. We are attuned to the faces around us and pick up on the emotional signals that emanate from them. Spending time with the right faces is a very good idea, for we will become a little of what they already are.”

Via Art as Therapy.

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