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Patric Sandri - Untitled, Paint on wood construction behind transparent cotton, 150 x 120 cm, 2016
Sherrie Levine. After Kirchner from Meltdown. 1989 (pixelated Kirchner piece)
MID-CENTURIA (Ilya Bolotowsky, Black Diamond, 1978)
“After Monet” from “Meltdown” by Sherrie Levine. Art Experience:NYC http://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login
Komposition mit gelber Halbscheibe, 1926. Walter Dexel (1890-1973) was one of the outstanding personalities of Constructivism in the 1920s. After the First World War, in 1918, Dexel became the head of the exhibition department in Jena where he organised exhibitions with Campendonk and later with Bauhaus artists like Moholy-Nagy
Collection of Forty Plaster Surrogates - Allan McCollum
COMPOSITION N°30, 1958. Albert Jean Gorin (1899-1981) was born in Saint-Emilien-at-Blain. In 1926, he discovers Neoplasticism and is deeply upset by it, after having met major figures of Neoplasticism, Modrian and Michel Seuphor (1926-1927). Modrian's influence is very clear. He later meets Malevich and Gabo and is very influenced by Supremism.