fyeahwomenartists:

Eva HesseAddendum, 1967

fyeahwomenartists:

Eva Hesse
Addendum, 1967

thesweetestspit:

 

Chalcedony on Chrysocolla stalactites
Inspiration Mine, Inspiration, Globe-Miami District, Gila Co., Arizona, USA.

fyeahwomenartists:

Eva HesseRepetition Nineteen III, 1968

fyeahwomenartists:

Eva Hesse
Repetition Nineteen III, 1968

goth-waffles:

Was going to a show, but ended up staying home.

At least my cats will know how good I looked.

destitutedandy:

Guys guys guys we really need to make this one thing clear

destitutedandy:

Guys guys guys we really need to make this one thing clear

norberthellacopter:

The Grand Budapest Hotel screenshots - cinematography by Robert D. Yeoman - 2013

mortisia:

Because we all need them.. even in our tumblr pages. 
Dreamy decorations/furniture [b&w stripes][dreamy decorations1]

hifructosemag:

Kehinde Wiley’s (Hi-Fructose Vol. 29) opulent portraiture subtly stirs the status quo. As an American artist, Wiley honed his craft in accordance with a legacy of Euro-centric art history that left him simultaneously awed and alienated. One would be hard-pressed to find a grandiose portrait of a person of color in the works of the Renaissance masters in the Met or the Louvre. This is the motivating factor of Wiley’s oeuvre: to elevate images of average people of African descent through his ornate depictions, exposing the singular beauty of his subjects through dramatic compositions that evoke the Baroque period.

While he started out this aesthetic exploration by scouting subjects in major US cities, Wiley’s art has taken him all over the world to work with people of the global African diaspora. His latest series, “The World Stage: Haiti” is currently on view at Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Culver City and features 12 new paintings based on his recent travels. Read more on Hi-Fructose