Betweenst
Betweenst
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grupaok:

Chris Marker, Grin Without a Cat, 1977 — still
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nattonelli:

Glenn Ligon - Untitled (I Am a Man), 1988
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brassmanticore:

Title page of the Acts of the Apostles, in Arabic, 
Damascus, 1342.

Islamic decorative patterns were also used by Christians who lived under Muslim rule. This Arabic translation of the New Testament was copied by a Christian scribe in Damascus for a Christian patron. It is written in beautiful Thuluth script, a large and elegant cursive popular during the Mamluk period (1250–1517). The right-hand page shows the end of the Letter of Jude, followed by a colophon which states that the manuscript was commissioned by the merchant Sir George Aumada and was copied by Thuma ibn al-Safi ibn Yuhanna in 1342.

http://bodleian.thejewishmuseum.org/?p=31
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nevver:

Morimura Ray
nevver:

Morimura Ray
nevver:

Morimura Ray
nevver:

Morimura Ray
nevver:

Morimura Ray
nevver:

Morimura Ray
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blackcontemporaryart:

Ellen Gallagher, DeLuxe (frame), 2004-5,   60 works on paper, etching, screenprint, lithograph with plasticine, velvet, toy eyeballs and coconut oil.
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contemporaryartdaily:

Thomas Hirschhorn at Palais de Tokyo

Flamme Eternelle, Thomas Hirschhorn, 2014
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Aidan Koch
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rosswolfe:

Aaron Douglas, study for an afrofuturist mural (1930)
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Glass Labryinth, Robet Morris

Installed at the Nelson-Atkins museum in Kansas City in 2014
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iamjapanese:

Joichi Hoshi(星襄一 HOSHI Jōichi Japanese, 1913-1979)
風景 (D) 1976
Woodblock More