workman:

Ana Mendieta, Untitled, 1981 – Collection Raquelín Mendieta Family Trust © The Estate of Ana Mendieta Collection /  Galerie Lelong, New York and Paris

(Source: wsimagazine.com, via hunkyydory)

de-salva:

The monumental stone head / Easter Island

de-salva:

Ife Head (terracotta)

Ife Art In Ancient Nigeria, 12–14th century C.E.

treebystream:

Anonymous, Saint Anne, 8th century National Museum in Warsaw

Faras was a major city in Lower Nubia. The site of the city, on the border between modern Egypt and Sudan, was flooded by Lake Nasser in the 1960s and is now permanently underwater. Before this flooding, extensive archeological work was conducted by a Polish archeological team. (…) One of the most important discoveries from the Christian period was the town’s cathedral. The cathedral had been completely filled with sand which preserved a large number of intricate paintings on its walls. These paintings are the best surviving examples of Christian Nubian art (…). These paintings were salvaged and are today on display in Warsaw and Khartoum. 

brown paper sketchbook

(Source: pampong)

bigredandshiny:

Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale 57 CA 3 (Spatial Concept 57 CA 3), 1957

(via artspotting)

workman:

annsymes:

Ann Symes Japanese woodblock print over sumi-e ink spots

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magpiemouse:

Gerd Borkelmann

Untitled (2005/2010)
From the series Journal and Palimpsest

(Source: eleonoramarton)

iloverainandcoffee:

3wings:

Bob Francis

jaume-pinya:

Untitled / Mira Schendel

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untitled sketch

(Source: pampong)