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Trouble by Christopher Wool
Trouble by Christopher Wool
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HIT+RUN 777 

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Talita Hoff­mann 

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Goldie
Goldie
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TREESCAPES by Myoung Ho Lee 

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10 abstract wallpapers from Ghostly International.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Dustheads And more: Before the sales start on Tuesday night, art lovers can gaze at hundreds of millions of dollars of rarely seen artworks — Picassos and Pollocks, Cézannes and Calders — most of which will disappear into private collections, perhaps never to be viewed by the public again.
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Dustheads And more: Before the sales start on Tuesday night, art lovers can gaze at hundreds of millions of dollars of rarely seen artworks — Picassos and Pollocks, Cézannes and Calders — most of which will disappear into private collections, perhaps never to be viewed by the public again.
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The City by Julian Trevelyan (1936)
The City by Julian Trevelyan (1936)
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“Unknown Future” I get this call once a day on my work phone.  Today, it’s a lot more interesting thanks to the installation of this cool graphic background from Analog=Heavy. Coincidence? 
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“I do believe that, more so than most artists, I maintain a kind of consciousness of everything I’ve ever done while I’m engaged on a current work.”

— Jay Defeo, in painting The Rose in 1960. The work weighed 2,300 pounds. 
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© 2012 The Jay DeFeo Trust / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York; photo by Ben Blackwell