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BigBang Indonesia 7 Mar 16
[PHOTO] TOP's Instagram Update: , 1966
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toTOP 4 Apr 16
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Johnny Verlaine 22 Nov 17
'Magnetic Landscape' 1982
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Sonia Jebsen 1 May 16
Music from unknown source...
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Frank Hasenstab May 25
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Affenfaust Galerie 24 Aug 16
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valeria trombi 21 Nov 16
Replying to @ValeriaTrombi
The Sausage Eater,1963 Dispersion paint on canvas 2000mm x 1500mm © Estate of /DACS 2014
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Curatious Oct 23
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Guggenheim Art Bot Jun 16
Kathereiner´s Morning Wood by Sigmar Polke, 1969
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Gaelle Merlin 27 Oct 16
One of my preferred exhibition this year! finishing next week!
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United Artists of Mulato Jan 3
“We were very poor and my family lost everything during the war - our home and our identity. But I'm a believer in luck and think the social conditions you're born into provide the opportunity for you to prove your luck. And I suppose I've been lucky.” (1941-2010)
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Sarah Thornton 8 Apr 16
"Running Scissors" 1996. @ Walker Art Center
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Eleonora Milner 15 Apr 16
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PalazzoGrassiTeens 27 Apr 16
Every (Wednes)day is teen day! Here teens pose with by
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United Artists of Mulato Oct 16
“People expect things from art that are horrible for us who make it! They put the things we make in these restrictive places called 'museums,' then don't want to hear another word from us.” (1941-2010)
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Art Observed 13 Feb 17
was born this day, Feb. 13, 1941, in Poland. This is 'Country Mouse and City Mouse (lies and wonders of the painting)' (1997)
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Micha Klein Aug 27
"S.O.S.” (1989 - 1990 , Duraflex print, Diasec perspex mount, wooden frame, 180 x 300 x 5 cm) From my "Blue Period" Series 1989-1991) Based on darkroom experiments in the spirit of Man Ray & Sigmar Polke. Finished on Quantel Graphic Paintbox.
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ICAE2018 8 May 18
The phrase capitalist realism was first used in the title of the 1963 in Düsseldorf, Demonstration for Capitalist Realism, which featured the work of - Abstractes Bild, Gerhard Richter -
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Katie Dyer 9 Oct 16
One more from because he was such an amazing artist and so much followed what he did since to 60s
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suzanne o'haire 20 Oct 17
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