cavernedeplaton:

Serge Pietri, in english and german……storm and wind in Paris

cavernedeplaton:

Serge Pietri, in english and german……storm and wind in Paris

jesuisperdu:

henri matisse
1947

jesuisperdu:

henri matisse

1947

My Name

“I guess you are kind of curious as to who I am, but I am one of those who do not have a regular name. My name depends on you. Just call me whatever is in your mind.
If you are thinking about something that happened a long time ago: Somebody asked you a question and you did not know the answer.
That is my name.
Perhaps it was raining very hard.
That is my name.
Or somebody wanted you to do something. You did it. Then they told you what you did was wrong—“Sorry for the mistake,”—and you had to do something else.
That is my name.
Perhaps it was a game you played when you were a child or something that came idly into your mind when you were old and sitting in a chair near the window.
That is my name.
Or you walked someplace. There were flowers all around.
That is my name.
Perhaps you stared into a river. There as something near you who loved you. They were about to touch you. You could feel this before it happened. Then it happened.
That is my name.” 

Richard Brautigan

One of the first pieces I could identify with when starting out
by
Robert Rauschenberg

One of the first pieces I could identify with when starting out

by

Robert Rauschenberg

foolingthesilence:

Joe Bradley 
Installation view of Le Consortium, 2014 

foolingthesilence:

Joe Bradley 

Installation view of Le Consortium, 2014 

ryannordkitchen:

Hockney @ pace

ryannordkitchen:

Hockney @ pace

Korg electribe 2014

Korg electribe 2014

cavernedeplaton:

ed ruscha

cavernedeplaton:

ed ruscha

"This time it’s gonna last…" 

medverf:

Georg Baselitz, Rebel, 1965 
Oil on canvas, 162.7 x 130.2 cm

medverf:

Georg Baselitz, Rebel, 1965 

Oil on canvas, 162.7 x 130.2 cm

(Source: exploregermanart)

confront:

Robert Motherwell, Dover Beach III, 1974 
Acrylic and charcoal on canvas.
via minimavisibilia

confront:

Robert Motherwell, Dover Beach III, 1974 

Acrylic and charcoal on canvas.

via minimavisibilia

(Source: andrearosengallery.com)

Don’t Come To Me With the Entire Truth

Don’t come to me with the entire truth.
Don’t bring me the ocean if I feel thirsty,
nor heaven if I ask for light;
but bring a hint, some dew, a particle,
as birds carry only drops away from water,
and the wind a grain of salt.