mdme ✖︎

there are always flowers for
those who wish to see them.

Henri Matisse
Anthony Cudahy

Anthony Cudahy

saraandreasson
Wanda Koop is a Canadian artist known for her monumental-scale paintings which are usually combined with poetic videos and performances in large multimedia installations. 'Violent color palettes are employed to paint urban or natural scenes where the human presence is reduced to small black silhouettes. Glowing circles and screens are recurring shapes superposed to scenes of urbanization, industrialization and robotic technology.They aim at representing the impact of technology in contemporary living and the way human experience is getting progressively filtered by a vision through screens and mobile-based technologies, “asking us to reconsider imagery that is delivered to us through both cultural history and contemporary broadcast media”.’ x

Wanda Koop is a Canadian artist known for her monumental-scale paintings which are usually combined with poetic videos and performances in large multimedia installations. 
'Violent color palettes are employed to paint urban or natural scenes where the human presence is reduced to small black silhouettes. Glowing circles and screens are recurring shapes superposed to scenes of urbanization, industrialization and robotic technology.
They aim at representing the impact of technology in contemporary living and the way human experience is getting progressively filtered by a vision through screens and mobile-based technologies, 

asking us to reconsider imagery that is delivered to us through both cultural history and contemporary broadcast media”.’ x
euo:

John Wesley

euo:

John Wesley

lisbethilin:

Alexandra Levasseur ~

lisbethilin:

Alexandra Levasseur ~

gazzelle:

Moving in (by *aprilvg*)
boyirl:

Barbara Cole - White Noise, 2008

boyirl:

Barbara Cole - White Noise, 2008

soulhospital:

Arrival - Lita Albuquerque, 1995.
Contemporary Art - Oil and pigment on panel, 8 x 14.5 ft.

soulhospital:

Arrival - Lita Albuquerque, 1995.

Contemporary Art - Oil and pigment on panel, 8 x 14.5 ft.

artchival:

Wayne Thiebaud, Pie Counter, 1963
oil on canvas
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, USA

artchival:

Wayne Thiebaud, Pie Counter, 1963

oil on canvas

Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, USA

artchival:

Mark Rothko, No. 61 (Rust and Blue), 1953
oil on canvas
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA

artchival:

Mark Rothko, No. 61 (Rust and Blue), 1953

oil on canvas

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA