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kazuo shiraga making a work with his own body - Google Search

kazuo shiraga making a work with his own body - Google Search

Jackson Pollock and His Work, Hans Namuth

Jackson Pollock and His Work, Hans Namuth

Murakami Saburo performing At "One Moment Opening Six Holes" at the first Gutai…

Murakami Saburo performing At "One Moment Opening Six Holes" at the first Gutai…

MariaLuisa Tadei, 'Equilibri'

MariaLuisa Tadei, 'Equilibri'

MariaLuisa Tadei, Wings of Love

MariaLuisa Tadei, Wings of Love

Gutai: Splendid Playground - The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Gutai: Splendid Playground - The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Marcel Duchamp: Mile of String  (1942) In 1942, Andre Breton organised a retrospective exhibition of Surrealist art in New York: First Papers of Surrealism. For the vernissage Marcel Duchamp created this installation - a gigantic web - called the Mile of String. He and Breton furthermore arranged for a number of children to ball in the room thereby making it very difficult for the guests to see the paintings.

Marcel Duchamp: Mile of String (1942) In 1942, Andre Breton organised a retrospective exhibition of Surrealist art in New York: First Papers of Surrealism. For the vernissage Marcel Duchamp created this installation - a gigantic web - called the Mile of String. He and Breton furthermore arranged for a number of children to ball in the room thereby making it very difficult for the guests to see the paintings.

The Lovers, 1928 Mgritte The shrouds around the lovers’ faces in this iconic painting recur frequently in René Magritte’s art, and they may have a personal derivation: when he was only a teenager his mother drowned, her nightgown covering her face. Whether the painting is meant to symbolise true love, frustrated love or the unknowability of love, Magritte isn’t talking – to the end of his career, he insisted that his surrealist compositions had no strict meaning at all. (The Art…

The Lovers, 1928 Mgritte The shrouds around the lovers’ faces in this iconic painting recur frequently in René Magritte’s art, and they may have a personal derivation: when he was only a teenager his mother drowned, her nightgown covering her face. Whether the painting is meant to symbolise true love, frustrated love or the unknowability of love, Magritte isn’t talking – to the end of his career, he insisted that his surrealist compositions had no strict meaning at all. (The Art…

Anya Gallaccio ‘White Ice’, 2002 © Anya Gallaccio, courtesy Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York

Anya Gallaccio ‘White Ice’, 2002 © Anya Gallaccio, courtesy Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York

Edward Kienholz, Fondazione Prada

Edward Kienholz, Fondazione Prada