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jp-squared:

Amy Sillman
A Shape that Stands Up and Listens #2
2012
ink guache, pencil, chalk, charcoal on paper
30 x 22 inches
Sep 1, 2014 / 348 notes

jp-squared:

Amy Sillman

A Shape that Stands Up and Listens #2

2012

ink guache, pencil, chalk, charcoal on paper

30 x 22 inches

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hifas:

UntitledTobias Faisst
Sep 1, 2014 / 791 notes

hifas:

Untitled
Tobias Faisst

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artemisdreaming:

No title, 1965-66 Watercolor and ink on paper, Craig F. Starr Gallery
Eva Hesse
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artemisdreaming:

No title, 1965-66 Watercolor and ink on paper, Craig F. Starr Gallery

Eva Hesse

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theattempttosing:
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artemisdreaming:

Untitled, 1966, Brush and gray wash, with charcoal and graphite, on ivory wove paper, 35.2 x 35.2 cm, Art Institute of Chicago, gift of the Neisser Family 2003.73, © The Estate of Eva Hesse (via: arttattler.com)
Eva Hesse
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artemisdreaming:

Untitled, 1966, Brush and gray wash, with charcoal and graphite, on ivory wove paper, 35.2 x 35.2 cm, Art Institute of Chicago, gift of the Neisser Family 2003.73, © The Estate of Eva Hesse (via: arttattler.com)

Eva Hesse

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artemisdreaming:

Untitled, 1966
Eva Hesse (alexistellssfsen.com)
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Sep 1, 2014 / 37 notes

artemisdreaming:

Untitled, 1966

Eva Hesse (alexistellssfsen.com)

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dailyartjournal:

David Kidd
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spaece:

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spaece:

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ru-ka:

Dior SS 2007

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kmitt:

Alexander McQueen “Savage Beauty” page 166

"Working in the atelier [at Givenchy] was fundamental to my career….Because I was a tailor, I didn’t totally understand softness, or lightness. I learned lightness at Givenchy. I was a tailor at Savile Row. At Givenchy I learned to soften. For me, it was an education. As a designer I could have left it behind. But working at Givenchy helped me learn my craft."
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kmitt:

Alexander McQueen “Savage Beauty” page 166

"Working in the atelier [at Givenchy] was fundamental to my career….Because I was a tailor, I didn’t totally understand softness, or lightness. I learned lightness at Givenchy. I was a tailor at Savile Row. At Givenchy I learned to soften. For me, it was an education. As a designer I could have left it behind. But working at Givenchy helped me learn my craft."

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