Contemporary Art for Beginners (Me)
architectural-review:

Valter Scelsi, Come parli frate, 2014

architectural-review:

Valter Scelsi, Come parli frate, 2014

archatlas:

Facsimile Murat Germen

Cities may seem to grow only upwards, but they actually accommodate two different worlds: First being the obvious Überland, the city over the ground level; and the other Unterland, the underground. Even though soundly developed metropolises have a very intricate and large underground infrastructure, the most lived, experienced and perceived urban world appears to be the one above: Überland. Unterland is usually ignored, misperceived, underestimated and not particularly pleasing by many; since the times we spend in the Unterland is usually temporary and we do not reside there.”

artnet:

We sat down with South Africa-based photographer Roger Ballen to talk inspirations and current projects 

artnet:

We sat down with South Africa-based photographer Roger Ballen to talk inspirations and current projects 

laughingsquid:

Fantastic Glitch Photography by Sabato Visconti

artmastered:

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Herbert Bayer, Chromatic Intersection, 1970, screenprint on paper, 75 x 75.2 cm, Tate Britain, London. Source

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Herbert Bayer, Chromatic Triangulation II, 1970, screenprint on paper, 75 x 75 cm, Tate Britain, London. Source

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Herbert Bayer, Chromatic Twist, 1970, screenprint on paper, 75.2 x 75.2 cm, Tate Britain, London. Source