Martin Puryear
Martin Puryear
eirdarlaus:

Richard Serra, Fernando Pessoa, 2007-08
“More importantly, Serra’s work presents sorrow in a dignified way. It does not go into details; it does not analyse any particular cause of suffering. Instead, it presents sadness as a grand and ubiquitous emotion. In effect, it says, ‘When you feel sad, you are participating in a venerable experience, to which I, this monument, am dedicated. Your sense of loss and disappointment, of frustrated hopes and grief at your own inadequacy elevate you to serious company. Do not ignore or throw away your grief." Alain de Botton, John Armstron, Art as Therapy


Richard Serra
likeafieldmouse:

Ad Reinhardt
Tom Burr at Bortolami
Tatiana Trouvénicoonmars:


 Tatiana Trouvé
lameteodujour:

Tatiana Trouvé/ Untitled/ 2009
 En prise directe.
Tatiana Trouvé, Untitled, 2008, bronze, brown polish, 24 1/2 x 27 1/4 x 20 3/4 inches / 80 x 57 x 78 cm
julianminima:

Edith Dekyndt
'Untitled, Graphite 06', 2013
Linen canvas, graphite
110 x 180 cm
julianminima:

Roman Liška
Untitled (Black), 2012
Expanding foam, spraypaint, texture gel on canvas in artist frame 
julianminima:

Julia Rommel
Louis-Philippe, 2011
julianminima:

Paul Lee
Untitled (cut towel), 2011
towel, thread, ink, steel, wire hoops
45 5/8 x 43 1/4 ins
“Within and Throughout” at JTT

Paul Lee
Farside, 2013Scorched wood, wood glue, steel, stainless steel frame247.7 x 308.6 x 10.2 cm / 97 1/2 x 121 1/2 x 4 inches

Matthew Day Jackson
ipocrisia:

gaelle cressent