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The weather in San Francisco make me Fever 🤒🌡🤒🌡
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знакомлю тебя с атмосферой руин паба. место, где уютно и очень колоритно. место, где чудесно пахнет пивом (да-да, и такое бывает). много слов не будет, просто листай серию и окунись в такую сторону Будапешта.
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#будапешт #буда #пешт #руин #руинпаб #паб #budapest #hungary #szimpla #szimplakert #pub #ig_budapest #ig_hungary #венгрия #путешествие #tripmydream #лайктайм #mytripmyadventure #vsco #vscous #vscocamera
знакомлю тебя с атмосферой руин паба. место, где уютно и очень колоритно. место, где чудесно пахнет пивом (да-да, и такое бывает). много слов не будет, просто листай серию и окунись в такую сторону Будапешта. . . . . . . . #будапешт  #буда  #пешт  #руин  #руинпаб  #паб  #budapest  #hungary  #szimpla  #szimplakert  #pub  #ig_budapest  #ig_hungary  #венгрия  #путешествие  #tripmydream  #лайктайм  #mytripmyadventure  #vsco  #vscous  #vscocamera 
"Untitled" by Yves Tanguy and Kay Sage
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(Continues from yesterday)
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As Kay Sage's vision grows increasingly hopeless, glimmers of red, flowing drapery, and rolling eggs metamorphose to become complex and unstable architectural hiding places. The presence of the egg in Sage's work links her childhood. Her father had a collection of rare and unusual birds eggs that she would look at as a child and she titled her autobiography China Eggs. Having married an Italian Prince, however, she soon felt stifled and without artistic inspiration, so moved to Paris, where she met fellow painter Yves Tanguy, and she became involved with the Surrealist group, and started what she would later call, her "real life". .
The work of Sage differs dramatically from that of other female Surrealists. Whilst other women involved in this movement often depicted symbolic motifs imbuing their pictures with ethereal positivity and relatively obvious meaning, Sage obscures such meaning and instead presents a typically nihilistic, cold, and impenetrable view of the world.
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She began to favour the geometric over the organic, and landscapes turned from natural vistas into barren psychological spaces. Constructed in mind, Sage built stage sets on canvas that typically look transitional, temporary, and unstable like scaffolding or theatre rigging. .
Following the unexpected death of her love, Tanguy, she suffered greatly at the end of her life. Although it seems that Sage could not live without her partner, friends recall that they did not live together harmoniously either. As a concluding tragedy that one wonders from the overarching tone of sadness that her paintings had already foreseen, Sage became partially blind and took her own life in the end.
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#kaysage #sage #surrealism #socialrealism #americanartist #americanart #fineart #italy #art #kunst #rapallo #paris #yvestanguy #poet #artnewyork #modernart #gallery #YvesTanguy #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #tragedy #藝術
"Untitled" by Yves Tanguy and Kay Sage . (Continues from yesterday) . As Kay Sage's vision grows increasingly hopeless, glimmers of red, flowing drapery, and rolling eggs metamorphose to become complex and unstable architectural hiding places. The presence of the egg in Sage's work links her childhood. Her father had a collection of rare and unusual birds eggs that she would look at as a child and she titled her autobiography China Eggs. Having married an Italian Prince, however, she soon felt stifled and without artistic inspiration, so moved to Paris, where she met fellow painter Yves Tanguy, and she became involved with the Surrealist group, and started what she would later call, her "real life". . The work of Sage differs dramatically from that of other female Surrealists. Whilst other women involved in this movement often depicted symbolic motifs imbuing their pictures with ethereal positivity and relatively obvious meaning, Sage obscures such meaning and instead presents a typically nihilistic, cold, and impenetrable view of the world. . She began to favour the geometric over the organic, and landscapes turned from natural vistas into barren psychological spaces. Constructed in mind, Sage built stage sets on canvas that typically look transitional, temporary, and unstable like scaffolding or theatre rigging. . Following the unexpected death of her love, Tanguy, she suffered greatly at the end of her life. Although it seems that Sage could not live without her partner, friends recall that they did not live together harmoniously either. As a concluding tragedy that one wonders from the overarching tone of sadness that her paintings had already foreseen, Sage became partially blind and took her own life in the end. . . . #kaysage  #sage  #surrealism  #socialrealism  #americanartist  #americanart  #fineart  #italy  #art  #kunst  #rapallo  #paris  #yvestanguy  #poet  #artnewyork  #modernart  #gallery  #YvesTanguy  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #tragedy  #藝術 
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“نہ تو زمیں کے لیے ہے نہ آسماں کے لیے
جہاں ہے تیرے لیے،تو نہیں جہاں کے لیے”
“Neither are you for the earth or the skies
This world is for you,not that you are made for it”
• “نہ تو زمیں کے لیے ہے نہ آسماں کے لیے جہاں ہے تیرے لیے،تو نہیں جہاں کے لیے” “Neither are you for the earth or the skies This world is for you,not that you are made for it”
#HappyBirthday my dear little princes👑
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“A Bird in the Room” (1955)
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Kay Linn Sage was an American Surrealist painter and poet known for her austere and architectural style.
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Born in 1898 in NY, north of Albany, she was the second daughter of a well-established family who had made their fortune in the Northwest timber industry. Her father was also the director of various banking and business enterprises and had served as a state senator. .
Sage's mother, Anne Ward, married Henry when she was very young, in order to satisfy financial and social needs. Very early on in their marriage, the artist's parents began to lead separate lives. Henry remained in Albany while Anne travelled around multiple European cities to escape the duties of the spouse of a wealthy politician and businessman. Sage often accompanied her mother on these extended trips.
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After Sage's parent's official divorce in 1908, Sage would continue to follow her mother and spent most of her childhood travelling. She spent a lot of time in Rapallo, Italy, where her mother had a house. .
Sage developed a preference towards the "bohemian" lifestyle of her expatriate mother as opposed to the formal and controlled type of existence of her father. She did identify with both of her parents nonetheless, thus making her adult personality "quite unpredictable". She felt closer to her mother but wrote many long and detailed letters to her father.
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#kaysage #sage #surrealism #socialrealism #americanartist #americanart #fineart #italy #art #kunst #rapallo #paris #yvestanguy #poet #artnewyork #modernart #gallery #whitney #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #現代アート #藝術
“A Bird in the Room” (1955) . Kay Linn Sage was an American Surrealist painter and poet known for her austere and architectural style. . Born in 1898 in NY, north of Albany, she was the second daughter of a well-established family who had made their fortune in the Northwest timber industry. Her father was also the director of various banking and business enterprises and had served as a state senator. . Sage's mother, Anne Ward, married Henry when she was very young, in order to satisfy financial and social needs. Very early on in their marriage, the artist's parents began to lead separate lives. Henry remained in Albany while Anne travelled around multiple European cities to escape the duties of the spouse of a wealthy politician and businessman. Sage often accompanied her mother on these extended trips. . After Sage's parent's official divorce in 1908, Sage would continue to follow her mother and spent most of her childhood travelling. She spent a lot of time in Rapallo, Italy, where her mother had a house. . Sage developed a preference towards the "bohemian" lifestyle of her expatriate mother as opposed to the formal and controlled type of existence of her father. She did identify with both of her parents nonetheless, thus making her adult personality "quite unpredictable". She felt closer to her mother but wrote many long and detailed letters to her father. . (Continues tomorrow) . . . #kaysage  #sage  #surrealism  #socialrealism  #americanartist  #americanart  #fineart  #italy  #art  #kunst  #rapallo  #paris  #yvestanguy  #poet  #artnewyork  #modernart  #gallery  #whitney  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #現代アート  #藝術 
Gratidão é o que resume esse dia ❤️🌸🌻
Gratidão é o que resume esse dia ❤️🌸🌻
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Kepanitiaan.
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(Continuing from yesterday)
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Along with Rivera and Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco revived the tradition of Italian Renaissance fresco painting via the large-scale murals in order to engage a wider viewership. They dealt with nationalistic themes, such as the post-Mexican Revolution. The goal of their artistic endeavour was to create a more democratic art form; that is, to make the challenging content of their art accessible to people from all social strata.
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One of "Los tres grandes" (The Three Greats) of the Mexican Muralists,  Orozco, who was notoriously introverted and pessimistic, was in many ways the least revered. One possible explanation for this is that, unlike his colleagues, Orozco openly criticized both the Mexican Revolution and the post-Revolution government. What was perceived as standoffishness was, by all accounts, the profound despair of a person who felt deeply for others. .
Orozco's style is a mixture of conventional, Renaissance-period compositions and modelling, emotionally expressive, modernist abstraction, typically dark, ominous palettes, and forms and iconography deriving from the country's indigenous, pre-colonial, pre-European art. Orozco's skill as a cartoonist and printmaker is detectable not only in his style but also in his ability to communicate a complex message simply but on a massive scale. .
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#joseclementeorozco #orozco #mexicanmuralism #socialrealism #mexicanartist #mexicanart #fineart #feministaart #art #kunst #modernphotography #mural #grandes #artbarcelona #artnewyork #contemporaryart #gallery #Rivera #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #メキシコ #藝術
(Continuing from yesterday) . Along with Rivera and Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco revived the tradition of Italian Renaissance fresco painting via the large-scale murals in order to engage a wider viewership. They dealt with nationalistic themes, such as the post-Mexican Revolution. The goal of their artistic endeavour was to create a more democratic art form; that is, to make the challenging content of their art accessible to people from all social strata. . One of "Los tres grandes" (The Three Greats) of the Mexican Muralists,  Orozco, who was notoriously introverted and pessimistic, was in many ways the least revered. One possible explanation for this is that, unlike his colleagues, Orozco openly criticized both the Mexican Revolution and the post-Revolution government. What was perceived as standoffishness was, by all accounts, the profound despair of a person who felt deeply for others. . Orozco's style is a mixture of conventional, Renaissance-period compositions and modelling, emotionally expressive, modernist abstraction, typically dark, ominous palettes, and forms and iconography deriving from the country's indigenous, pre-colonial, pre-European art. Orozco's skill as a cartoonist and printmaker is detectable not only in his style but also in his ability to communicate a complex message simply but on a massive scale. . . . #joseclementeorozco  #orozco  #mexicanmuralism  #socialrealism  #mexicanartist  #mexicanart  #fineart  #feministaart  #art  #kunst  #modernphotography  #mural  #grandes  #artbarcelona  #artnewyork  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #Rivera  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #メキシコ  #藝術 
“As a DACAmented, Transfer, Latinx, First-Gen, UCSC Alumni it gives me great comfort to know I am not the only one. It gives me great strength to continue the fight for educational and social justice. #Sadboiporvida #issacatfish “ - Will, Psychology & Community Studies, 2018  #vsco #vscoportrait #UCSC #ucsantacruz  #santacruz#vsco #vscogood #vscocam #vscodaily #vscogrid #vscophoto  #vscoedit #seniorportraits  #vscofeature  #streetphotography #vscosnaps #streetsnaps #aov5k #aov10k #colors #vscofilter #vscodaily #vscomania #vscocamgram #vscoUS #canon6d #ucsc #bananaslug #streetphotography #seniorportraits  #senior #vscoportrait
“As a DACAmented, Transfer, Latinx, First-Gen, UCSC Alumni it gives me great comfort to know I am not the only one. It gives me great strength to continue the fight for educational and social justice. #Sadboiporvida  #issacatfish  “ - Will, Psychology & Community Studies, 2018 #vsco  #vscoportrait  #UCSC  #ucsantacruz  #santacruz #vsco  #vscogood  #vscocam  #vscodaily  #vscogrid  #vscophoto  #vscoedit  #seniorportraits  #vscofeature  #streetphotography  #vscosnaps  #streetsnaps  #aov5k  #aov10k  #colors  #vscofilter  #vscodaily  #vscomania  #vscocamgram  #vscoUS  #canon6d  #ucsc  #bananaslug  #streetphotography  #seniorportraits  #senior  #vscoportrait 
What to do here in Elk Grove California?🤷🏻‍♀️
What to do here in Elk Grove California?🤷🏻‍♀️
The panel of Orozco’s mural 
the Baker-Berry Memorial Library at Dartmouth College
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José Clemente Orozco was a Mexican painter, considered the most important 20th-century muralist to work in fresco. Orozco was born in 1883 in Mexico. Orozco’s father had a soap, ink, and colouring factory in addition to being an editor for the newspaper, La Abeja. His mother was a housewife who occasionally gave the women of the community painting classes. However, the financial situation of the family had changed and despite their efforts, it was often difficult for the family to make ends meet.
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On his way to school, the young Orozco would pass by the shop where José Guadalupe Posada, a politically engaged cartoonist famous for his images of skulls and skeletons, worked in full view from the street. Fascinated, Orozco started to experiment with drawing and colouring, later recalling the experience of watching Posada work as an "awakening" to the existence of art. He began to take evening drawing classes.
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Later, he was urged, or rather forced, to study agricultural engineering for the sake of financial security. It was only after his father's death that Orozco became fully committed to pursuing an artistic career. A remarkable decision considering he had lost his left hand after manipulating fireworks for Independence Day celebrations in 1904. Since most doctors were on holiday, by the time treatment was available for the injury, gangrene had taken over and it had become necessary to amputate his entire hand.
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#joseclementeorozco #orozco #mexicanmuralism #socialrealism #mexicanartist #mexicanart #fineart #feministaart #art #kunst #modernphotography #spain #Posada #artbarcelona #mural #contemporaryart #gallery #illustration #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #壁画 #メキシコ
The panel of Orozco’s mural  the Baker-Berry Memorial Library at Dartmouth College . José Clemente Orozco was a Mexican painter, considered the most important 20th-century muralist to work in fresco. Orozco was born in 1883 in Mexico. Orozco’s father had a soap, ink, and colouring factory in addition to being an editor for the newspaper, La Abeja. His mother was a housewife who occasionally gave the women of the community painting classes. However, the financial situation of the family had changed and despite their efforts, it was often difficult for the family to make ends meet. . On his way to school, the young Orozco would pass by the shop where José Guadalupe Posada, a politically engaged cartoonist famous for his images of skulls and skeletons, worked in full view from the street. Fascinated, Orozco started to experiment with drawing and colouring, later recalling the experience of watching Posada work as an "awakening" to the existence of art. He began to take evening drawing classes. . Later, he was urged, or rather forced, to study agricultural engineering for the sake of financial security. It was only after his father's death that Orozco became fully committed to pursuing an artistic career. A remarkable decision considering he had lost his left hand after manipulating fireworks for Independence Day celebrations in 1904. Since most doctors were on holiday, by the time treatment was available for the injury, gangrene had taken over and it had become necessary to amputate his entire hand. . (continues tomorrow) . . #joseclementeorozco  #orozco  #mexicanmuralism  #socialrealism  #mexicanartist  #mexicanart  #fineart  #feministaart  #art  #kunst  #modernphotography  #spain  #Posada  #artbarcelona  #mural  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #illustration  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #壁画  #メキシコ 
Meu #tbt preferido sempre vai ser esse lugar do meu cora ❤️
Meu #tbt  preferido sempre vai ser esse lugar do meu cora ❤️
Good puppy
Good puppy
Iced Coffee pls ☕
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Right man , in the right place. Believe it!!
Right man , in the right place. Believe it!!
"Happy Reunion" (1970-1973)
Acrylic on Canvas
98cm x 98cm
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(continuing from yesterday)
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While the majority of the focus regarding Pop art has centred on American and British artists, the Spanish artist Isabel Oliver has provided a good example of one of the many less recognised artists around the world, who appropriated Pop art strategies and effects.
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Additionally, she has demonstrated how artists moved beyond their critique of popular culture and sought a deeper understanding of the everyday through an archaeological examination of materials and their traces.
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By the 1990s, Oliver had left "pop" behind and engaged with the concept of time. Using new materials and new everyday objects, she excavated the layers of past and present forms of human creativity, while contemplating the future.
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"The further you look into the past, the further you can see into the future"
-Sir Winston Churchil
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#isabeloliver #oliver #popart #conceptualart #spanishartist #spanishart #fineart #feministaart #art #kunst #modernphotography #spain #valencia #artbarcelona #artnewyork #contemporaryart #gallery #Churchil #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #ポップアート #藝術
"Happy Reunion" (1970-1973) Acrylic on Canvas 98cm x 98cm . (continuing from yesterday) . While the majority of the focus regarding Pop art has centred on American and British artists, the Spanish artist Isabel Oliver has provided a good example of one of the many less recognised artists around the world, who appropriated Pop art strategies and effects. . Additionally, she has demonstrated how artists moved beyond their critique of popular culture and sought a deeper understanding of the everyday through an archaeological examination of materials and their traces. . By the 1990s, Oliver had left "pop" behind and engaged with the concept of time. Using new materials and new everyday objects, she excavated the layers of past and present forms of human creativity, while contemplating the future. . . "The further you look into the past, the further you can see into the future" -Sir Winston Churchil . #isabeloliver  #oliver  #popart  #conceptualart  #spanishartist  #spanishart  #fineart  #feministaart  #art  #kunst  #modernphotography  #spain  #valencia  #artbarcelona  #artnewyork  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #Churchil  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #ポップアート  #藝術 
Menguning langit sesaat krn senja
Menguning langit sesaat krn senja
Завжди пробуйте щось нове. Зробивши раз одну нову річ, ви можете навчитись набагато більше, ніж проробити сто разів одну й ту саму справу🍂

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One of my favorite shots ever 📸 
I’m coming back soon 😽
One of my favorite shots ever 📸 I’m coming back soon 😽
Pasta and corn 🌽🍝🍸❤
#goodtime #food #hungry #vscofoodie #vsco #vscofilter #vscocam #vscous #vscoph
"Ma gouvernante" (1936)
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(continuing from yesterday)
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Meret Oppenheim's fetishistic sculptures, fashioned from teacups, fur, high heels and other feminine domestic objects, address the themes of food, sex, death, cannibalism and bondage, always with a mischievous twist. .
Her repurposed household objects intended to serve one function and suggest another, usually outrageous, a function for which they might be used. Her famous fur-lined teacup (yesterday's post) was instantly embraced by the Surrealists as the quintessential expression of their movement. .
Although Oppenheim is normally aligned with Surrealism, her daring use of found objects is straight-up Dada. She was a key transitional figure, linking the two movements.
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On her 36th birthday, she had recorded a dream in which a skeleton had shown her an hourglass, revealing that her life was half empty. Like the early Tarot reading that said her life would be full of struggle and creativity, the prediction may have come true. She died in 1985 at the age of 72.
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#meretoppenheim #oppenheim #surrealism #dada #swissartist #swissart #fineart #mexico #art #kunst #psychoanalysis #switzerland #france #artparis #artnewyork #contemporaryart #gallery #artparis #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #ダダ #藝術
"Ma gouvernante" (1936) . (continuing from yesterday) . Meret Oppenheim's fetishistic sculptures, fashioned from teacups, fur, high heels and other feminine domestic objects, address the themes of food, sex, death, cannibalism and bondage, always with a mischievous twist. . Her repurposed household objects intended to serve one function and suggest another, usually outrageous, a function for which they might be used. Her famous fur-lined teacup (yesterday's post) was instantly embraced by the Surrealists as the quintessential expression of their movement. . Although Oppenheim is normally aligned with Surrealism, her daring use of found objects is straight-up Dada. She was a key transitional figure, linking the two movements. . On her 36th birthday, she had recorded a dream in which a skeleton had shown her an hourglass, revealing that her life was half empty. Like the early Tarot reading that said her life would be full of struggle and creativity, the prediction may have come true. She died in 1985 at the age of 72. . But whose life is free of those? . . . #meretoppenheim  #oppenheim  #surrealism  #dada  #swissartist  #swissart  #fineart  #mexico  #art  #kunst  #psychoanalysis  #switzerland  #france  #artparis  #artnewyork  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #artparis  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #ダダ  #藝術 
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#vscotomsk #vscosiberia #vscomoscow #vscospb #vscorus #vscorussia #streetstyle #lookbook #model #moscow #spb #streetvision #tomskie #tomsk #starbucks #modeling #vsco #vscous #coffee #followme #likeme #boy #follow #follow4follow #likes4likes #followforfollow #likesforlikes
"Meret Oppenheim Object Paris" (1936)
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Meret Oppenheim was a Swiss painter and sculptor, who was the first woman to become a Surrealist artist. .
Oppenheim grew up in Switzerland in a progressive, intellectual family. Her grandmother was active in the Swiss women's rights movement, and her aunt encouraged her to collect prints by Paul Klee, an important early influence on the young artist. .
Oppenheim's father was a psychoanalyst. At his recommendation, she recorded her dreams as a teenager, which, according to psychoanalytic theory, provided her insight into the unconscious. Throughout her life, she kept a dream diary that served as a wellspring for her creativity.
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By her late teens, Oppenheim was beginning to find life in Switzerland a little confining and thus consulted her grandmother about whether or not to attend art school in Paris. Her grandmother conducted a Tarot card reading, which predicted that Oppenheim's life would be full of struggle, but ultimately deeply fulfilling from a creative standpoint. Oppenheim later remembered that it was the permission she needed to make the "conscious decision to be free" and move to Paris.
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Oppenheim enrolled in art classes at the Paris Académie de la Grande Chaumière and quickly ascended in Surrealist circles, befriending Picasso, Giacometti and Arp, artists who were twice her age. With the looks of a Hollywood motive star, and the brain of a mad scientist, Oppenheim managed to persuade the Surrealists to allow her to join their circle. At a time when the only acceptable roles for women in the art world were mistress or muse, however, Oppenheim made it as an artist. She broke the glass ceiling of Surrealism and beat it at its own game, harnessing the power of fantasies about dominance and submission, which were prevalent themes in Surrealist art, in an effort to destroy them.
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#meretoppenheim #oppenheim #surrealism #dada #swissartist #swissart #fineart #mexico #art #kunst #psychoanalysis #switzerland #france #artparis #artnewyork #contemporaryart #gallery #parisart #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #シュール #藝術
"Meret Oppenheim Object Paris" (1936) . Meret Oppenheim was a Swiss painter and sculptor, who was the first woman to become a Surrealist artist. . Oppenheim grew up in Switzerland in a progressive, intellectual family. Her grandmother was active in the Swiss women's rights movement, and her aunt encouraged her to collect prints by Paul Klee, an important early influence on the young artist. . Oppenheim's father was a psychoanalyst. At his recommendation, she recorded her dreams as a teenager, which, according to psychoanalytic theory, provided her insight into the unconscious. Throughout her life, she kept a dream diary that served as a wellspring for her creativity. . By her late teens, Oppenheim was beginning to find life in Switzerland a little confining and thus consulted her grandmother about whether or not to attend art school in Paris. Her grandmother conducted a Tarot card reading, which predicted that Oppenheim's life would be full of struggle, but ultimately deeply fulfilling from a creative standpoint. Oppenheim later remembered that it was the permission she needed to make the "conscious decision to be free" and move to Paris. . Oppenheim enrolled in art classes at the Paris Académie de la Grande Chaumière and quickly ascended in Surrealist circles, befriending Picasso, Giacometti and Arp, artists who were twice her age. With the looks of a Hollywood motive star, and the brain of a mad scientist, Oppenheim managed to persuade the Surrealists to allow her to join their circle. At a time when the only acceptable roles for women in the art world were mistress or muse, however, Oppenheim made it as an artist. She broke the glass ceiling of Surrealism and beat it at its own game, harnessing the power of fantasies about dominance and submission, which were prevalent themes in Surrealist art, in an effort to destroy them. . (continues tomorrow) . . . #meretoppenheim  #oppenheim  #surrealism  #dada  #swissartist  #swissart  #fineart  #mexico  #art  #kunst  #psychoanalysis  #switzerland  #france  #artparis  #artnewyork  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #parisart  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #シュール  #藝術 
Помилка - це досвід, а не кінець світу. Не бійся зробити помилку. Це шанс для тебе зрозуміти на багато більше, ніж розумів до цього і зробити висновки💛

#осінь #листопад #november #november2018 #autumn #autumn2018 #fall #fall2018 #leaves #vsco #vscoukraine #vscousa #vscoua #vscous #vscouk #vscocam #leave #boots
Если бы я могла когда-нибудь встретиться с Богом, я бы поблагодарила его за то, что он подарил мне такую маму.
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#vsco #vscoua #vscous #lovemymom #l4l #f4f #lviv
Если бы я могла когда-нибудь встретиться с Богом, я бы поблагодарила его за то, что он подарил мне такую маму. . . . . #vsco  #vscoua  #vscous  #lovemymom  #l4l  #f4f  #lviv 
"Horses Running Endlessly"
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(...continuing from yesterday)
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Orozco's art clearly builds off of earlier experiments with the "readymade", i.e., a real-world object transformed by its placement within a fine art context. Pushing the limit of the readymade objects, Orozco forces viewers to imagine both unseen and overlooked features of the urban and natural environments around them.
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At the same time, he pushes the limit of traditional artistic media, such as sculpture, painting, and photography, often challenging the traditional rules and techniques that artists have adhered to throughout previous generations, questioning their relevance for today's rapidly changing social realities.
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Orozco compels viewers to reconsider the values we place on the objects and spaces around us, as well as our own expectations about what merits the label of art bears. .
His nomadic tendencies fuel his curiosity in the stories that surrounding places and things tell, and he encourages his audience to share the curiosity by illustrating new ways of seeing and comprehending both natural and manmade elements in our collective experience.
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While Orozco's work in the mid to late 2000s has drawn much scepticism, he represents an important bridge between 20th- and 21st-century art movements, spanning Social Realism, Surrealism, abstraction, and Conceptual art. .
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#gabrielorozco #orozco #conceptualart #mexicanartist #americanartist #americanart #fineart #mexico #art #kunst #readymade #chess #ENAP #madrid #artnewyork #contemporaryart #gallery #think #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #現代アート #藝術
"Horses Running Endlessly" . (...continuing from yesterday) . Orozco's art clearly builds off of earlier experiments with the "readymade", i.e., a real-world object transformed by its placement within a fine art context. Pushing the limit of the readymade objects, Orozco forces viewers to imagine both unseen and overlooked features of the urban and natural environments around them. . At the same time, he pushes the limit of traditional artistic media, such as sculpture, painting, and photography, often challenging the traditional rules and techniques that artists have adhered to throughout previous generations, questioning their relevance for today's rapidly changing social realities. . . . Orozco compels viewers to reconsider the values we place on the objects and spaces around us, as well as our own expectations about what merits the label of art bears. . His nomadic tendencies fuel his curiosity in the stories that surrounding places and things tell, and he encourages his audience to share the curiosity by illustrating new ways of seeing and comprehending both natural and manmade elements in our collective experience. . While Orozco's work in the mid to late 2000s has drawn much scepticism, he represents an important bridge between 20th- and 21st-century art movements, spanning Social Realism, Surrealism, abstraction, and Conceptual art. . . . #gabrielorozco  #orozco  #conceptualart  #mexicanartist  #americanartist  #americanart  #fineart  #mexico  #art  #kunst  #readymade  #chess  #ENAP  #madrid  #artnewyork  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #think  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #現代アート  #藝術 
Keep going. I'm watching. .
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Поєднуємо роботу з віпочинком на полонині Ягідна. Зробили фотозвіт під час відеозйомки джипінгу від Гуцултур. Дякую учасникам за хороший настрій та незабутні враження. Всім бажаю відпочивати активно! #photographer #photography MishaBudeichuk #гуцултур #гуцулендія #фотографіванофранківськ #фотографяремче #mountains #карпати #фотографвгорах #rest #vscous #vscoukraine #фотографбуковель
Поєднуємо роботу з віпочинком на полонині Ягідна. Зробили фотозвіт під час відеозйомки джипінгу від Гуцултур. Дякую учасникам за хороший настрій та незабутні враження. Всім бажаю відпочивати активно! #photographer  #photography  MishaBudeichuk #гуцултур  #гуцулендія  #фотографіванофранківськ  #фотографяремче  #mountains  #карпати  #фотографвгорах  #rest  #vscous  #vscoukraine  #фотографбуковель 
– Не сумуй, – сказала Алісa. – Рано чи пізно все стане зрозуміло, все стане на свої місця і вишикується в єдину красиву схему, як мережива. Стане зрозуміло, навіщо все було потрібно, тому що все буде правильно.
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 Ця книга читається зовсім по іншому в залежності від віку. Я поки не зрозуміла, для чого було зроблено стільки всього. Надіюсь розгадка близько. .
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#vsco #vscoua #vscous #prague #l4l #f4f #thoughts #aliseinwonderland
– Не сумуй, – сказала Алісa. – Рано чи пізно все стане зрозуміло, все стане на свої місця і вишикується в єдину красиву схему, як мережива. Стане зрозуміло, навіщо все було потрібно, тому що все буде правильно. . . . Ця книга читається зовсім по іншому в залежності від віку. Я поки не зрозуміла, для чого було зроблено стільки всього. Надіюсь розгадка близько. . . . #vsco  #vscoua  #vscous  #prague  #l4l  #f4f  #thoughts  #aliseinwonderland 
Gabriel Orozco
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Gabriel Orozco is a contemporary Mexican-American artist whose art reflects his nomadic experience, choosing to make use of found materials and everyday life while rejecting the isolated studio practice.
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Orozco was born in 1962 in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. His mother was a classical pianist and his father was a muralist. Gabriel was first exposed to modern art in Mexico through his father's art and his work as a professor of art at the University. Orozco and his sister were influenced by their father's fervent communist political beliefs, attending ideologically progressive schools. .
The young Orozco accompanied his father to many of the sites of the commissions. By the time Orozco decided to pursue his studies in art, he not only had some formal artistic training, but he also had a sophisticated understanding of the progressive role of art in social and political discussions.
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Frustrated with the traditional program at Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas in Mexico City, Orozco moved to Madrid. There, he studied at the Circulo de Bellas Artes, becoming familiar with a wide range of artistic practices and developments of the post-war European and American avant-garde.
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#gabrielorozco #orozco #conceptualart #mexicanartist #americanartist #americanart #fineart #mexico #art #kunst #readymade #circulodebellasartes #ENAP #madrid #artnewyork #contemporaryart #gallery #Moma #museum #pictureoftheday #collect #collectart #instaart #vscoart #vscous #vsconyc #アート #現代アート #藝術
Gabriel Orozco . Gabriel Orozco is a contemporary Mexican-American artist whose art reflects his nomadic experience, choosing to make use of found materials and everyday life while rejecting the isolated studio practice. . Orozco was born in 1962 in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. His mother was a classical pianist and his father was a muralist. Gabriel was first exposed to modern art in Mexico through his father's art and his work as a professor of art at the University. Orozco and his sister were influenced by their father's fervent communist political beliefs, attending ideologically progressive schools. . The young Orozco accompanied his father to many of the sites of the commissions. By the time Orozco decided to pursue his studies in art, he not only had some formal artistic training, but he also had a sophisticated understanding of the progressive role of art in social and political discussions. . Frustrated with the traditional program at Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas in Mexico City, Orozco moved to Madrid. There, he studied at the Circulo de Bellas Artes, becoming familiar with a wide range of artistic practices and developments of the post-war European and American avant-garde. . (...continues tomorrow) . . . #gabrielorozco  #orozco  #conceptualart  #mexicanartist  #americanartist  #americanart  #fineart  #mexico  #art  #kunst  #readymade  #circulodebellasartes  #ENAP  #madrid  #artnewyork  #contemporaryart  #gallery  #Moma  #museum  #pictureoftheday  #collect  #collectart  #instaart  #vscoart  #vscous  #vsconyc  #アート  #現代アート  #藝術 
Blank Slate
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I joined Instagram back in 2011 and as you can imagine, accumulated MANY photos over the years. During that time I have (thankfully) grown as an artist (and as a person) and have developed an aesthetic I can call my own. After going through my page the other day deleting some old photos that should no longer be subject to the human eye, I realized how much I wanted to just start from scratch. I have been thinking this for awhile when reviewing both my Instagram pages and figured why not now? As of right now I am beginning with this page. I plan to show behind the scenes photos of shoots that I am working on, travel, and life as a 23 year old photographer. By doing this I also hope this encourages me to post more frequently while also spending more time shooting and growing as a photographer. This is going to be an interesting process so thank you in advance for being patient with me! If there is something you would like to see more of on this page let me know! ✌🏻
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#michiganphotographer #jessicacondonphoto #behindthescences #studio #puremichigan #blankslate #instanew #vscofilter #vscofilter #vscousa #vscous #lifeofaphotographer #auvad #aucardinal19
Blank Slate . I joined Instagram back in 2011 and as you can imagine, accumulated MANY photos over the years. During that time I have (thankfully) grown as an artist (and as a person) and have developed an aesthetic I can call my own. After going through my page the other day deleting some old photos that should no longer be subject to the human eye, I realized how much I wanted to just start from scratch. I have been thinking this for awhile when reviewing both my Instagram pages and figured why not now? As of right now I am beginning with this page. I plan to show behind the scenes photos of shoots that I am working on, travel, and life as a 23 year old photographer. By doing this I also hope this encourages me to post more frequently while also spending more time shooting and growing as a photographer. This is going to be an interesting process so thank you in advance for being patient with me! If there is something you would like to see more of on this page let me know! ✌🏻 . . . #michiganphotographer  #jessicacondonphoto  #behindthescences  #studio  #puremichigan  #blankslate  #instanew  #vscofilter  #vscofilter  #vscousa  #vscous  #lifeofaphotographer  #auvad  #aucardinal19 
My legs are actually more photogenic than me tbh.
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North, East, South...
North, East, South...
First time in a long time.
First time in a long time.
I love watching the sun set just to see the afterglow. 🙌🏼
I love watching the sun set just to see the afterglow. 🙌🏼