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On the Fourth Floor, Bouchra Khalili presents “The Mapping Journey Project” (2008–11), in which the artist met the subject of each video through chance encounters in European cities considered transitory points for the movement of people and goods. In each work, Khalili asked the individuals to narrate their journey from their original home to their current location tracing their path in marker on a two-dimensional map.

Photo: Benoit Pailley


Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis with Madelon Vriesendorp and Zoe Zenghelis, Exodus, or the Voluntary Prisoners of Architecture: The Reception Area, 1972


Lee Bul: works (2011-2013) from ‘Pure Invisible Sun’ exhibition at Gallery Thaddaeus Ropac (07 Sep 2013 - 12 Oct 2013)

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(via Jaimie Warren: Female Tragedy II | Le Journal de la Photographie)

Self-portrait as Lasagna Del Rey by thestrutny, 2012


Elaine Catherine Miller, Untitled (Marble Staircase), 2013


Danny Lyon, New Year’s Eve, 1966

(via jesuisperdu)


Sun Ra | by Reed Anderson

Dioramas by Patrick Jacobs

Patrick Jacobs‘ dioramas ‘consists of a meticulously constructed, three-dimensional diorama installed within the wall and viewed through a circular window of glass lenses. The combination of the negative focal length of the lenses and sculptural foreshortening creates the illusion of seemingly infinite depth within the limitations of a narrow space.

(Source: cross-connect)


Museum Monday: The New York Times features artists Robert Irwin and James Turrell on the occasion of their small but powerful exhibition at the Villa Menafoglio Litta Panza in Varese, Italy. The exhibition includes James Turrell’s new immersive installation Sight Unseen, which produces the feeling of floating inside a cloud, as well as Robert Irwin’s Varese Portal Room, which evokes his fascination with perception and reality. The exhibition, entitled Aisthesis: The Origin of Sensations, takes its cue from the ancient Greek word for “feeling” and continues through November 2. 


Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)

Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Tomohiro Inaba | artist found at Fubiz]


jessica Wohl - hairy staircase


Photo of the Day: Nepal’s Multicolored Residential Plains

Against Nepal’s mountainous skyline, multicolored residencies populate the land. (Eugene Kaspersk/Flickr)

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