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artnet:

Pablo Picasso at The Conrad
ModernMasters Fine Art is showing Pablo Picasso as part of A Fine Art Experience at the Conrad, an ongoing comprehensive art program at Conrad Indianapolis.  Opening on September 4, 2012, Pablo Picasso’s prints from 1905 to 1968 will be on view in the five-star hotel’s lobby area. 
Following Factory Made Flowers—the summer show which featured works by Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, and William John Kennedy—Picasso Prints spotlights a rare series of 25 works by the Spanish artist.
 The exhibit is free and open to the public. 

artnet:

Pablo Picasso at The Conrad

ModernMasters Fine Art is showing Pablo Picasso as part of A Fine Art Experience at the Conrad, an ongoing comprehensive art program at Conrad Indianapolis.  Opening on September 4, 2012, Pablo Picasso’s prints from 1905 to 1968 will be on view in the five-star hotel’s lobby area. 

Following Factory Made Flowers—the summer show which featured works by Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, and William John KennedyPicasso Prints spotlights a rare series of 25 works by the Spanish artist.

The exhibit is free and open to the public. 

le-confort:

cute

le-confort:

cute

mani-festdestiny:

Nails based on the works and life of visual artist Yayoi Kusama. She once gave children stickers to decorate a white room.  She also paints dots all day and lives in a mental home. Winning.

mani-festdestiny:

Nails based on the works and life of visual artist Yayoi Kusama. She once gave children stickers to decorate a white room.  She also paints dots all day and lives in a mental home. Winning.

nevver:

Bert and Ernie
fleeckr:

A Room With a View (by Julio López Saguar)

fleeckr:

A Room With a View (by Julio López Saguar)

parisheroinstars:

victoriadonelda:

i think i just fell in love.

*eating chocolate right now*

cavetocanvas:

Jean Arp, Winged Being, 1961
From the Tate Collection:

Arp was inspired by the organic and fluid shapes found in nature. Very interested in ancient mystic philosophy, he believed that nature expressed the dynamic force of life and wished to imitate this energy in his work: ’I tried to make forms grow’, he wrote, ’I put my trust in the example of seeds, stars, clouds, plants, animals, men, and finally, in my innermost being’.

cavetocanvas:

Jean Arp, Winged Being, 1961

From the Tate Collection:

Arp was inspired by the organic and fluid shapes found in nature. Very interested in ancient mystic philosophy, he believed that nature expressed the dynamic force of life and wished to imitate this energy in his work: ’I tried to make forms grow’, he wrote, ’I put my trust in the example of seeds, stars, clouds, plants, animals, men, and finally, in my innermost being’.