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Sheila Hicks

Portrait of the artist Sheila Hicks - hioutsidevoice

Post 2.807 Quipu From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and others. An example of a quipu from the Inca Empire, currently in the Larco Museum Collection Quipus (or khipus), sometimes called talking …

Post Quipu From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and others. An example of a quipu from the Inca Empire, currently in the Larco Museum Collection Quipus (or khipus), sometimes called talking …

Allan Kaprow. Yard (Junkyard). 1967. As an American painter of the abstract expressionist era, he viewed the action of Action Painting as far more important than the painting itself. As he wrote, "the line between art and life should be kept as fluid, and perhaps as indistinct, as possible."

Allan Kaprow in his Environment “Yard,” 1967 Pasadena edition with participants. Photo copyright Julian Wasser "We can't be shocked anymore, we need to have the experience to create the aura"

Loving this minimalist tapestry.

woven inspiration

Macramé by Brook & Lyn, the Los Angeles–based husband-and-wife duo of Mimi Jung and Brian Hurewitz.

Installation by Ghanaian artist El Anatsui (b.1944) at the Brooklyn Museum (2013). via Garrett Ziegler on flickr

Installation by Ghanaian artist El Anatsui at the Brooklyn Museum, 2013

Artist: Sati ZECH, Title: Hanging Bridge - click for larger image

Hanging Bridge by Sati ZECH presented by Howard Scott Gallery

Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Coco Fusco performing Two Undiscovered Amerindians Visit Madrid (1992) #chicano

The Year of the White Bear and Two Undiscovered Amerindians Visit the West - Coco Fusco and Guillermo Gomez-Peña

The OG of natural brows.

Frida Kahlo Photomontage What The Water Gave Me Art Print Original Signed Mixed Media Collage Surreal Surrealist

An Un-Memorial to All That Has Been Lost: Cecilia Vicuña’s Precarious Assemblages · Pelican Bomb

John Pluecker visits artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña’s first major solo exhibition in the United States at the Contemporary Arts Center.

Vicuna Camel

Vicuña - The Tiny South American Camel

Vicuña - The tiny camel from South America.

Pattern by Amy Borrell *please keep the credit*

Today I’m inspired by the soft, delicate illustration style of Melbourne-based illustrator Amy Borrell. I was particularly drawn to her patterns and collections of things.

Annette Messager, les pensionnaires, accumulation, collection.

Annette Messager - Le repos des pensionnaires, Installation of taxidermy sparrows in knitted jumpers! She had a bitchin' show in NYC Where did she go?

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