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Giuseppe Penone. Pie (1972). Yeso y proyección. Fragmentación del cuerpo y piel fantasmal.
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Origami paper with a single light source by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita. (Search out her other shadow portraits - things aren't always what they appear.

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Untitled by American artist Mel Kendrick Lesson- abstract sculpture- plaster subtraction, or carve & paint styrofoam

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sculpture created from one piece of vintage, wood.

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Marco Maggi | Global Myopia (2016) | Available for Sale | Artsy
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// Anish Kapoor, “Almost Nothing” kinda intresting, hard to tell from thie angle the size...might be really important on the impact...it also looks like there are reflective lines...are those from the paint on the walls, or within the box? i'd like to see in person before making final judgement, but this has my attention...
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Anish Kapoor, "Untitled" [Acrylic cube] from the exhibit “Almost Nothing”

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Anish Kapoor, “Almost Nothing” Sculpture. (But would have been a awesome furniture)

// Anish Kapoor, “Almost Nothing” kinda intresting, hard to tell from thie angle the size...might be really important on the impact...it also looks like there are reflective lines...are those from the paint on the walls, or within the box? i'd like to see in person before making final judgement, but this has my attention...

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JG : to correspond with The Great Round of Mandala Stage 11 : Fragmentation / Falling Apart.
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You tore the walls around my heart with your bare hands.

Whose hands are these? How did they get turned to stone?

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JG : to correspond with The Great Round of Mandala Stage 11 : Fragmentation / Falling Apart.

JG : to correspond with The Great Round of Mandala Stage 11 : Fragmentation / Falling Apart.

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