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Head of Diego II. - Alberto Giacometti. Pintor que paso por varias corrientes artísticas: Surrealismo, Cubismo, Expresionismo, Arte moderno

Head of Diego II. - Alberto Giacometti (note composition of paint stopping just below neck, forming arch)

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"artwork of patients undergoing [similar] experiences began to be collected. Hans Prinzhorn preserved several works by Jacob Mohr"

Jean (Hans) Arp.  Accounts by several Dadaists describe how Arp made “chance collages” such as this one: by tearing paper into pieces, dropping them onto a larger sheet, and pasting each scrap wherever it happened to fall. The relatively ordered appearance of Arp’s collages suggests, however, that the artist did not fully relinquish artistic control. Skeptical of reason in the wake of World War I, Arp and other Dadaists turned to chance as an antidote.

Jean (Hans) Arp, Collage with Squares Arranged According to the Laws of Chance MoMA, New York

Japanese-American artist Joe Suzuki has created colourful artworks mimicking the form of freshly spilled paint in the shapes of maniacal smiles. Illustrated using resin casting material and enamel, Suzuki’s designs are often in tribute to artists such as Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. As the pools of paint drip from cans and bottles, some of the works imitate symbols from these particular artists…

Japanese-American artist Joe Suzuki has created colourful artworks mimicking the form of freshly spilled paint in the shapes of maniacal smiles. Illustrated using resin casting material and enamel, Suzuki’s designs are often in tribute to artists such as Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. As the pools of paint drip from cans and bottles, some of the works imitate symbols from these particular artists…

Man has always been drawn to the sea, but it's an unnatural setting for us, a place of great danger. Tides, currents, waves, wind each presenting their own hazards, none of which can be ignored. The slightest lapse of judgment can be a mistake you might never recover from. But a good sailor doesn't fight against these elements. A good sailor works with them, using them to his advantage. While others less fortunate might be forever cast adrift often in several pieces, he always comes home…

Russian-Armenian painter Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky: 'The black sea at night' painting

artist: michael mapes. He dissects photographs of people he has come across in his life. He creates his artworks by using various materials which resemble the equipment used to document specimens such as insect pins, pinning foam, glass vials and magnifiers. His installations are made up of thousands of individual specimens consisting of genetic information about the subject.

Michael Mapes is an artist who creates bizarre portraits out of various materials which resemble the equipment used to document specimens. These items such as insect pins, pinning foam, glass vials…

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Velazquez, Diego Sevilla - Madrid - Portrait of Queen Mariana of Austria

Julien Palast - 19 Juillet 2012 - Creative Studio

french photographer Julien Palast has conceived his 'skindeep' series. the vivid image-based project silhouettes the beauty of the human form by shrink-wrapping bodies, exposing the contours and curves of male and female figures with vibrant colors.

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“What I am looking for is not happiness. I work solely because it is impossible for me to do anything else.” That’s how Alberto Giacometti summed it up, as told by James Lord in Giacometti: A Biogr...

I work solely because it is impossible for me to do anything else.” That’s how Alberto Giacometti summed it up, as told by James Lord in Giacometti: A Biogr.

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