ALTER43



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I participate in Tumblr on two levels, as a blogger and as an artist. As a member of the blog community, I am the curator and publisher of my own eclectic archive of photography, art, quotes, video and music. As an artist, Tumblr has become the first venue for the exhibition of my own digital images from the groups "Particles and Waves" and "Extrusion Maps." I appreciate the free exchange with other members and the sharing of my collection, as well as the exhibition of my own work within such an easy to use, non-commercial environment.

http://www.douglasprince.com/


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workman:

loverofbeauty:
Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Medici Box), 1950

workman:

loverofbeauty:

Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Medici Box), 1950

(Source: munan15)



wetreesinart:

Tom Thomson (Canadian,1877-1917), Forest Undergrowth II, c.1915-1916, oil on beaverboard, 121.2 x 82.2 cm

wetreesinart:

Tom Thomson (Canadian,1877-1917), Forest Undergrowth II, c.1915-1916, oil on beaverboard, 121.2 x 82.2 cm


(Source: sisouvong)




workman:

artaddictsanonymous:
Jean Fouquet, Virgin and Child (Right wing of the Melun Diptych), c. 1451

workman:

artaddictsanonymous:

Jean Fouquet, Virgin and Child (Right wing of the Melun Diptych), c. 1451

(Source: wga.hu)





averenee:

Favorite piece of the night “Sugar Coated” by Lisa Clague #nceca #nceca2014 #sculpture #ceramic #inspiration

averenee:

Favorite piece of the night “Sugar Coated” by Lisa Clague #nceca #nceca2014 #sculpture #ceramic #inspiration





market street, manchester [1910]

market street, manchester [1910]


darksilenceinsuburbia:

Greg Girard

Phantom Shangai

Phantom Shanghai, with a foreword by William Gibson, is a portrait of Shanghai as the city transformed itself in the first years of the 21st Century. Preserved by a kind of benign neglect in the decades following Mao’s victory in 1949, Shanghai was directed to “catch up” in the 1990s. Phantom Shanghai is the record of the unique moment when the early 20th Century city was being demolished while the new Shanghai was being built in its rubble.

Published by Magenta Publishing for the Arts, 2007.

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