"My art originates from hallucinations only I can see. I translate the hallucinations and obsessional images that plague me into sculptures and paintings." - Yayoi Kusama
I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.
written by Michelangelo
16chakras:

A Cornered KeepSake by Tran Nguyen

16chakras:

A Cornered KeepSake by Tran Nguyen

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Installations by Nicolas Deshay at Brand New, Milan. Exhibition: Snails. Read more: here.

Senecio, Paul Klee (1922) 

Senecio, Paul Klee (1922) 

Sigmar Polke at Leo Koenig, New York. 

“Widely acknowledged as one of the most important creative forces to emerge from post World War II Europe, Sigmar Polke was an artist of incredible unpredictability… Over the course of his life, Polke made thousands of photographs and the selection of works for this exhibition keenly highlights the integral role that photography had played in the artist’s larger oeuvre. Ranging in tenor from charmingly clumsy to poignant and wistful, the works have been amassed from a variety of sources and collections, both public and private.” Read more here.

Daydreaming Bookeeper (Adventure), Norman Rockwell (1924)

Daydreaming Bookeeper (Adventure), Norman Rockwell (1924)

The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, Salvador Dali 

The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, Salvador Dali 

Seated Woman with Bent Knee, Egon Schiele (1917)

Seated Woman with Bent Knee, Egon Schiele (1917)

Selfie (Pineapple Hair), Aurel Schmidt (2013). Colored pencil on paper.

Selfie (Pineapple Hair), Aurel Schmidt (2013). Colored pencil on paper.

Bildnis der Adele Bloch-Bauer II, Gustav Klimt (1912)