theatlantic:

NASA or MOMA?

Here are some pictures. Were they taken in space, or painted here on Earth?

See more. [Images: NASA,various artists]

dellandmoxie:

Louise Bourgeois.  Ode à l’Oubli. 2004

(Source: chicoalmodovar)

triplecanopy:

“The world’s first colour moving pictures dating from 1902 have been found by the National Media Museum in Bradford after lying forgotten in an old tin for 110 years,” reports the BBC.
GIF via Hyperallergic.

triplecanopy:

The world’s first colour moving pictures dating from 1902 have been found by the National Media Museum in Bradford after lying forgotten in an old tin for 110 years,” reports the BBC.

GIF via Hyperallergic.

contemporaryartdaily:

Kerstin Brätsch, Adele Röder at Kunsthalle Zurich

contemporaryartdaily:

Kerstin Brätsch, Adele Röder at Kunsthalle Zurich

workman:

amare-habeo:
Louise Bourgeois - The Stars (Les Étoiles), 2009
archival dyes printed on fabric
Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco

workman:

amare-habeo:

Louise Bourgeois - The Stars (Les Étoiles), 2009

archival dyes printed on fabric

Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco

(via whoamito)

Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama

(via ceedling)

fyeahwomenartists:

Katie Bell
TEAR PEAK, 20116.5 x 10 ft acrylic, vinyl, plaster, nails, wood, drywall, foam, laminant, and vertical blinds on wall
(via Make Space - Other Investigations: Katie Bell)

fyeahwomenartists:

Katie Bell

TEAR PEAK, 2011
6.5 x 10 ft acrylic, vinyl, plaster, nails, wood, drywall, foam, laminant, and vertical blinds on wall

(via Make Space - Other Investigations: Katie Bell)

(via fyeahwomenartists)

fyeahwomenartists:

Hanna Hur‘Views on Views’ series 
(via Views on Views : Hanna Hur)

fyeahwomenartists:

Hanna Hur
‘Views on Views’ series 

(via Views on Views : Hanna Hur)

(via fyeahwomenartists)

Margaux Williamson, House for a Head

Margaux Williamson, House for a Head

womanhouse:

Francesca Woodman - Untitled, 1975-1978
Private Collection © George and Betty Woodman

womanhouse:

Francesca Woodman - Untitled, 1975-1978

Private Collection © George and Betty Woodman

(Source: regardintemporel)