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Carol Rama, Bricolage, 1967. Tècnica mixta sobre paper, 43,5 x 54,5 cm. Col·lecció particular, Torí© de la foto: Tommaso Mattina.  MACBA brings together 200 works in the largest retrospective of Carol Rama's work to date

MACBA brings together 200 works in the largest retrospective of Carol Rama's work to date

Niki de Saint Phalle on Tir (1961):   I shot at canvases because shooting allowed me to express the aggression that I felt. An assassination without a victim. I shot because I liked seeing the canvas bleed and die. I shot to reach that magical instant, that ecstasy. It was a moment of truth. I trembled with passion when I shot at my paintings."

Friedrich Rauch, "Niki de Saint Phalle 'Tir Gambrinus' at Galerie Becker, Munich" (photo courtesy Galeries nationales du Grand Palais)

East Houston Street, New York 2010.  grafiti, red, typography, photgraphy, wall, streeet, scribble, pattern,

Standing across the street from this mural… I love...

Barry McGee, Houston Street (NYC), gee tags the names of nyc taggers onto a wall with red spray paint

Any Man I Love -- Dies!Also featuring Don't Let Love Destroy You! (A Doctor Looks At Sex), The Gringo Who Slayed 'Em -- Both Ways (Any Man's Way -- Any Girl's Bed), and Mau Mau! (Why Kenya's Terror F

Any Man I Love -- Dies!Also featuring Don't Let Love Destroy You! (A Doctor Looks At Sex), The Gringo Who Slayed 'Em -- Both Ways (Any Man's Way -- Any Girl's Bed), and Mau Mau! (Why Kenya's Terror F

mais Abramović

Abramovic and Ulay .for a thriller of a piece called “Rest Energy” they faced each other and together held a large bow and arrow. Abramovic grasped the bow while Mr. Laysiepen pulled the string taut, aiming the arrow at her heart.

Niki de Saint Phalle et Jean Tinguely

Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely and sitting at a table, which has been designed and realised by Niki de Saint Phalle, pictured in the retrospective exhibition in the gallery Bischofberger in Zurich, 1980

crystallizations:  Clothing designed by Issey Miyake from the ‘Making Things’ exhibit. Image scan from Making Things.

crystallizations: Clothing designed by Issey Miyake from the ‘Making Things’ exhibit. Image scan from Making Things.

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