2nd February, SundayReblog

René Magritte. The Portrait. 1935.

Tracey Emin

Louise Bourgeois

“Nothing is worth more than laughter. It is strength to laugh and to abandon oneself, to be light. Tragedy is the most ridiculous thing.” 
― Frida Kahlo

Robert Rauschenberg, Ark, 1964. Lithograph.
Ark is currently on view in the New York Public Library exhibition “Dearest Jackie”: On the Death of JFK. To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy (November 22, 1963), NYPL remembers the horrific tragedy that shook the nation—and the world.
Through December 1 at the Stephen Schwarzman Building (5th Ave. at 42nd Street), in the McGraw Rotunda.
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Peep Show or Endless Love Show, Yayoi Kusama, 1966. The mirrors and lights create a world separated from our reality, they allow the viewer to experience some of the visuals Kusama encounters in her hallucinations. The self is obliterated and the mirrored walls and ceilings create a disorienting effect in which everything is endlessly multiplied and you can only know which way is up or down due to the gravity that keeps a person standing on the ground. 
17th November, SundayReblog


by Jenny Holzer

damn tho

Seeing through you

RICHARD SERRAInside Out, 2013Weatherproof steel158 x 982 x 482 1/2 inches (401.3 x 2,494.3 x 1,225.6 cm)
11th November, MondayReblog
The urge to destroy is also a creative urge.

— Pablo Picasso (via momatalks)

11th November, MondayReblog
11th November, MondayReblog