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Elspeth Diederix, White Hydrangea, 2006

On KawaraI am still alive (18.05.1973), 1973, telegram

Peter PuklusTest Strip, plaster, 2012

Timm UlrichsDer Findling (Performance), 1978-1980


Ricardo Cases - Paloma al Aire (published 2011)

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Erwin Wurm — from One Minute Sculptures, 1997

"All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt."

- Susan Sontag (via museoleum)

Joseph BeuysRose for Direct Democracy, 1973

Gerhard RichterI.G., 1993, oil on canvas

Holly Lynton — from Bare Handed, 2008

The title Bare Handed refers to my subjects’ powerful yet intimate hands-on connection with their work—both land and animals—on the farm and in the wild. In these photographs, the heavy, overbearing machinery associated with modern life gives way to the simple, but potent, symbiotic relationship between man, creature, and the forces of weather, and allows these individuals a style of work that resembles a form of meditation. While making my photographs, I discovered that these individuals have a spiritual commitment to their work that goes beyond the rational and points to the power of faith.


Alexander Graham Bell and Mabel kissing within a tetrahedral kite, October 1903. [natgeofound]

Rinko Kawauchi

Meret OppenheimGlove, 1985


Photographer Marianne Kjølner snapped this pair of photographs of a bizarre tree in Denmark. Of the photo she says: “This old pink house is situated at the old dunes, a few hundred meters from the west coast, a very windy place were there isn’t much that can grow. So the tree can only grow where it has shelter.”