mpdrolet:

Amsterdam, 1962
Victor Meeussen
aestheticgoddess:

Mondrian “Cubo Grande”
red-lipstick:

Stephen Frew (Ottawa) - Illustration for The Fountain, a graphic novel published by Vertigo Comics, 2005, based on Darren Aronofsky’s original script of his film of the same name.
psychotic-art:

maurizio anzeri
let’s have a Good Friday
miariin:

李小月
axur:

Georges Pacheco - Amalthée 
ryandonato:

Johnathan Schipper
“Two sculptures are hung from a mechanism that gently grinds them into each other. The sculptures will slide against one another for many years creating new unimagined form…”
"As higher education is transformed into a business or increasingly militarized, young people find themselves on campuses that look more like malls or recruiting stations for the national security state. Moreover, they are increasingly taught by professors who are hired on a contractual basis, have obscene work loads, and can barely make enough money to survive. Tenured faculty members are now called upon to generate grants, establish close partnerships with corporations, and teach courses that have practical value in the marketplace. What was once the hidden curriculum of many universities—the subordination of higher education to corporate values—has now become an open and much celebrated policy of both public and private higher education. There is little in this vision of the university that imagines young people as critical citizens or critical agents, educated to take seriously their role in addressing important social issues and bearing some responsibility for strengthening and deepening the reach of a real and substantive democracy. Addressing education as a democratic endeavour begins with the recognition that higher education is more than an investment opportunity, citizenship is about more than consuming, learning is about more than preparing for a job, and democracy is about more the false choices offered under a rigged corporate state and marketplace."