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Toshiro Kawase’s flowers are not the standard ikebana: They are the antithesis of arrangements bound by school, style, or form. They are indeed portraits of Japan in flowers.
Two installations by Fred Sandback.
Louis, 2008, by illustrator Martine Johanna.
László Moholy-Nagy, Composition Q VIII, 1922. Oil on canvas.
Stacked Orbs (Yell oh), 2010, by Shane Tolbert.
Pigment Dispersion on Dyed Fibre.
Donald as you’ve never seen him before.
The Babysitter by Daniel Karlsson.
If you like your Wabi-Sabi then you’ll love the beautiful ceramics of Anne Fallis Elliott.
Just one of the extraordinary paper constructs by German sculptor and photographer, Thomas Demand.