1. WAKATSUKI Kōhei若月公平 Japanese, b.1956

    杜が居た-孤空

    etching, aquatint 

     
  2. KIYOHARA Shizuko(聖原司都子 Japanese)

    蜘蛛絲   spider silk  

    waterless lithography

     
  3. José Parlá(American, b.1973)

    Jaipur   2013

    acrylic, ink, oil plaster and enamel on canvas

     
  4. Jen Bradford(American)

    Old World   2012

    oil on linen over panel

    (Source: jenbradford.blogspot.jp)

     
  5. Jen Bradford(American)

    Night Vision    2011

    oil on panel

    (Source: jenbradford.blogspot.jp)

     
  6. iamjapanese:

    Carlos Morago(Spanish, b.1954)

    Arco   2012

    Oleo Tabla      More

     
  7.  
  8. workman:

    artistandstudio:

    Jasper Johns - NYC 1955.  Photo by Robert Rauschenberg.

     
  9. newyorker:

    Siobhán Bohnacker explores why Samuel Beckett was “an especially appealing subject” for photographers: http://nyr.kr/1hw0ybl

    “Steve Schapiro shadowed Beckett during the production of the playwright’s movie ‘Film,’ in 1964. Shapiro told me, ‘Beckett seemed introspective and engrossed in his own world. Most of the time, I doubted that he was even aware I was there, and I am sure cared less.’”

    Beckett on the set of his movie “Film,” 1964. Photograph by Steve Schapiro

    (Source: newyorker.com, via nearlya)

     
  10.  
  11. AGNES MARTIN
    FRANK STELLA
    DANIEL LERGON
    BANKS VIOLETTE
    RAFAL BUJNOWSKI
    ANISH KAPOOR
    SHANE HOPE
    KASEMIR MALEVICH
    ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG
    BARNETT NEWMAN

    7knotwind:

    Darkness does not leave us easily as we would hope. ― Margaret Stohl


    AGNES MARTIN
    FRANK STELLA
    DANIEL LERGON
    BANKS VIOLETTE
    RAFAL BUJNOWSKI
    SHANE HOPE
    ANISH KAPOOR
    KASEMIR MALEVICH
    ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG 
    BARNETT NEWMAN

    (via nearlya)

     
  12. Leigh Palmer(American, b.1943)

    Opening No. 31   2013

    Opening No. 27   2013

    Opening No. 11   2010

    Oil on canvas