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Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican at Projecte SD

Matt Mullican at Projecte SD (Contemporary Art Daily)

Matt Mullican Books Representing Books

Matt Mullican Books Representing Books

Matt Mullican: "Nothing Should Exist" ::: Using his subconscious as material, Matt Mullican often creates his artworks before an audience while under hypnosis, resulting in a unique hybrid of performance art and drawing. Part schematic, part cosmological chart, Mullican’s ordered, symmetrical works belie an enormously ambitious artistic aim, to contain and make sense of the universe. Characterized by rough geometric patterns and the artist’s elongated, looping script

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Matt Mullican. Using his subconscious as material, Matt Mullican often creates his artworks before…

Galleria Massimo De Carlo - installation - MATT MULLICAN

Galleria Massimo De Carlo - installation - MATT MULLICAN

14 Creative Ideas For Pegboard

14 Creative Ideas For Pegboard

Peg Board Seating Chart - Use pictures of wedding party as kids instead of names, and add song lyrics to the back. Paint the board a bright color and leave the clothes-pins natural.

Chad Gerth: empty lots

Chad Gerth: empty lots apply vacant lots to transect? how cares for each (USFS>City/County>HOA> residents)

Matt Mullican at Micheline Szwajcer

Matt Mullican at Micheline Szwajcer (Contemporary Art Daily)

Galleria Massimo De Carlo - installation - MATT MULLICAN

Galleria Massimo De Carlo - installation - MATT MULLICAN

Matt Mullican installation view

Matt Mullican installation view

Christian Boltanski, Vitrine de référence, 1971 Boîte en bois peinte sous plexiglas, photos, cheveux, tissus, papier, terre, fil de fer. 59,6 x 120 x 12,4 cm- il expose des objets personnels comme des reliques ou des éléments issus de fouilles archéologiques témoignant de civilisations perdues.

Christian Boltanski, Vitrine de référence, 1971 Boîte en bois peinte sous plexiglas, photos, cheveux, tissus, papier, terre, fil de fer. 59,6 x 120 x 12,4 cm- il expose des objets personnels comme des reliques ou des éléments issus de fouilles archéologiques témoignant de civilisations perdues.

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