pamelalovenyc:

Kimsooja - To Breathe- A Mirror Woman, installation in the Palacio de Cristal, Madrid, 2006

Through the use of minimal elements - a translucent layer of diffraction that covers the whole of the Palacio’s glass structure and a mirror that spreads over the floor as well as the sound of her breathing - Kimsooja submerges the visitor in an experience of transfiguration, inviting them to experiment with their mind and their senses and activate their sensorial perceptions and imagination.

Look at this inspiring video;)

(Source: vimeo.com)

I CAN’T NOt BELIEVe HOW MANY GREAT AND AMAZING ARTIST ARE OUT THERE.IT’S A TREAT TO EXPLORE THEM;) this is one of them which inspired me lately;)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Tom French.

Painter Tom French just posted a number of new paintings in preparation for his upcoming exhibition titled Don’t Look Back at Zero Cool Gallery in London later this month. French’s acrylic works often depict couples in seemingly amorous relationships that create the optical illusion of a skull, pieces that walk the line between beautiful and unsettling. Just squint or take a few steps back from your monitor for maximum effect. You can see much more of his work on Flickr, and prints are available at Zero Cool. (by Christopher )

black-tangled-heart:

Underwater photography by Christy Lee Rogers

Click each image to see the title.

i absolutly adore this photographys, they have so much soul behind them, and the colors are amazing! For me they look like old classical paintings on the first look. They are a big inspiration for me.

(via arpeggia)

just kids

i just read this amazing biography by patti smith Just Kids. I didn’z knew her and Robert Mapplethorpe before. But durgin the reading i realised how amazing it is to have this kind of deep artistic friendship and love connection they had. they were really friends for life and i realised how passionate they were about art, and they simply followed there dreams through ups and downs never giving up on eact other. I am totally in love in the bohemian way they were leaving , especially in Chelsea hotel, New York where so many people came together and made great music, art, poetry. as i am in a point in my life where i can’ really figer out what are my dreams i ought to follow i find this book really helpful. Because it made me realise that if you do something, and you are not really passionate about it it really doen’t have any value!

So i say PASSION makes the art go around!

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"todo el mundo posse belleza pero no todo el mundo la ve.(CONFUCIO)"

— i just read this in spanish vogue for december.

blue valentine. the most touching and realistic movie i have seen lately. great acting, beauifull photography, really realistic story and it got me thinking about falling in love and the problem of staying in love in a more realistic way. see it!

blue valentine. the most touching and realistic movie i have seen lately. great acting, beauifull photography, really realistic story and it got me thinking about falling in love and the problem of staying in love in a more realistic way. see it!

great slovenian philosopher, from my country did today a epic speach at wall street :)

nicolas cazale.the actor i first saw in a spanish film Caotica Ana. i was inspired buy his ecsotic looks, carismatic apperance and his acting talent. Now i am downloading all his films, hope that he will be even better in other films.

nicolas cazale.the actor i first saw in a spanish film Caotica Ana. i was inspired buy his ecsotic looks, carismatic apperance and his acting talent. Now i am downloading all his films, hope that he will be even better in other films.

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