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russianavantgarde:

From the Radio Tower, BerlinLászló Moholy-Nagy 
punica-granatum-nana:

Shiro Kuramata, Issey Miyake Store Interior, 1985

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ttandt:

Simone de Beauvoir by Gisele Freund
mentaltimetraveller:

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster @ Corvi Mora

Feelings
John Baldessari
bartleby-company:

Clarice Lispector
alteredprojectdaily:

Richard Artshwager
Table with Pink Tablecloth, 1964
Formica on wood
aqqindex:

Richard Artschwager, Piano Grande, 2012

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design-is-fine:

A Corner of Mondrian’s Studio with Bed, Stool, Curtain, and Mirrors. Photo: André Kertész, 1926. Gelatin silver print. © The Estate of André Kertész / Higher Pictures

“In 1921 he moved to the rue du Départ, a street beside the Gare Montparnasse, renting two rooms connected by a hallway and steps. These were a small room where he cooked and slept, and the studio proper. In the bedroom-cum-kitchen, screened by a curtain, were the necessities of living: Mondrian’s spartan cooking implements and toilet articles. Visitors and friends recalled that soft-porn pin-up pictures of nude or semi-nude girls were pinned above the bed. All such representational images, however, were strictly banished from the studio.”—The principled asceticism of Piet Mondrian (Paul Overy, De Stijl)
themirame:

Marlene Dumas