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For a limited time only, you can view works by Martha Matthews in my studio by appointment lynn lynnschuette.com. SASSY includes prints from the 1970’s, mixed media works from the 80’s, and four watercolor studies from the 90’s. When I met Martha in the mid-70’s, she was a 40 year old San Diego State graduate student with feminist ideals, a smart sense of humor, and a graphic background ( a 1956 degree from Rhode Island School of Design in illustration) that enabled her to make punchy prints about the ironies of domestic life. At this time in San Diego, Eleanor Antin and Martha Rossler, both teaching at UCSD, were working with some of the same concepts as Martha, but their reputations were secured on the East Coast. Martha is important because she represents a local/community level sophistication that is underestimated or nonexistent in most discussions of contemporary art in San Diego. marthamatthewsprints screenprints 1970sart savingmarthaproject

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If I shared a straight on photo, you would see the utter chaos, as I get ready for the upcoming randolphstreetmarket next week. I took a break from pricing and packing, to style my one new shelf (bought to make the pair). Hope to see you at randolphstreetmarket. Make sure to say hi! shelfie etagere bookshelfstyling bookshelf 1970style 1970sart 1970s rattan mystyle mycurrentview currentdesignsituation domaine abode micasa loveofvintage finditstyleit foundobjects vintagestyle vintagestyling shopreneemaevevintage reneemaevevintage

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His cupoverfloweth - artist dorotheatanning’s witty, pithy 1972 sculpture donjuansbreakfast, one of the many softsculptures she made from the late1960s, seen at the fascinating tate show of her work. Interesting that the brown fabric here is straining yet buttonedup. Does it suggest the protoplayboy could only just contain his lust? Her work seemed to echo the surrealist or pop work of others - perhaps hansbellmer, salvadordali and claesoldenburg, while anticipating the work of younger artists paularego, sarahlucas and ninasaunders. bragadaccio 1970sart artistandwriter americanartist maxernst americansurrealism americanart libido eroticart tankard itsfrothyman sinkapint muchomacho

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An early70s example of austrianartist franzwest’s playful, irreverent work on show at tate. At the time he was inspired by ludwigwittgenstein, artist friedensreichhundertwasser, gustavklimt and the jugendstil - we like the way his work reflected the zeitgeist of the day and its obsession with findesiecle decadence, artnouveau and artdeco. Check out the edwardian gent in the middle and behind him an artdecoinspired sunburst. redfigurevases crossed our minds too. eclectic 1970sart passstucke wienergruppe notearnest irreverentartist adaptives austriansculptor

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It was so nice to be able to have the doors open on this gorgeous day in Lillie Road. We’ve been rearranging the shopAlex’s 1970’s brutalist painting by Dorothy Richard sits very well with our pair of late 19th century French Egyptian Revival chairs • streett_marburg streettmarburgantiques charlotte_casadejus alexandertcharnyantiques lillieroad lillieroadantiques frenchantiques newshop interiordesign interiors decorativeantiques pairofchairs 1970sart brutalistart englishart decorative

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Creating art that makes me feel both grounded & free ✨⚪️✨

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⚪️ Different Language ⚪️ 20x20 reflections on the inner self • _ Available in my next release

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Large scale CYAC (Centro de Artes y Comunicacion) heliographic prints, originally produced for the May 1972 exhibition ‘Hacia un perfil del arte latinamericano’, presented in the II Coltejer Biennial in Medellín, Colombia. These prints exemplify intercommunication between artists, convey the latest South American thoughts, and offer conceptual and political ideas and reactions surrounding the South / North America tensions. CYAC CYACPrintArchive artandpolitics 1970sart ArgentinianArt ConceptualArt HoracioZabala JiriValoch CarlosGinzburg LuisPazos

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Follow bikers_from_world for more awesome pics ・・・ Want to be featured here? Tag us! ・・・ Credits: cbsherrill ・・・ Finished off a new office in my garage and this is my view now. garagespace officespace diyprojects triumphthruxtonr biltwellhelmet urbanhelmets rolandsandsdesign 1970sart originalpencildrawing barnwood croig caferacersofinstagram caferacerxxx streetcaferacers crxxx maundspeedequipment caferacersculture perfecthanginggallery bikersfromworld motoway moto

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Dreaming of painting more murals this summer this time with moons ⚪️

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📸 Happy NationalPhotographyMonth 📸 We've had quite a few photographers stay at our residency; Scroll through to see some of our photography Fellows from the past 10 years 📷: [1] Bia Gayotto. Chair Piece 1-5. 1996. [2] Jonas Becker. End(s) of the World. 2013. [3] Margeaux Walter. Jin. [4] Marc Rader. Highest Trees. 2004. [5] Kija Lucas. In Search of Home. 2013. [6] Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe. Shrimper & Son. 1978. [7] Stephanie Syjuco. Cargo Cults. 2016 lucasartistsprogram lucasartitstsfellows montalvoartscenter artresidency art contemporaryart postmodernart photography documentaryphotography landscapeart naturephotography historicalart AfricanAmericanart Germanart blackandwhitephotography 1970sart 1990sart BiaGayotto JonasBecker MargeauxWalter MarcRader KijaLucas JeanneMoustoussamyAshe StephanieSyjuco

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New exhibit themodernfw. Runs May 10 - August 11, 2019

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Grateful for the time yesterday visiting tccannon exhibit smithsoniannmai with penabonita pena.bonita.79 . Working in the arts sometimes it is hard to strip away the business brain and over analysis when looking at art and just let oneself be moved but then there is the moment when you see powerful work with a person who knows and loves that work deeply and it can still be disarming. Brought to tears yesterday. A reminder of why we do what we do. Thank you for the time Pena and thank you for this incredible exhibit nmai and the whole curatorial team karenkramer . I hope future museum exhibits on popart artandsocialchange 1970sart include this artist in the future.

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If this had been release in this day and age it would be called a ‘Graphic Novel’. “Misty” is a coffee table sized book published in 1972. It is difficult to find any information about the artist James McQuade and writer Gil Porter. I do know McQuade was a Marine in the Korean War and use to illustrate paperback book covers. He also use to do “Honey Hooker” in “Hustler” magazine. The artwork is typical of the 1970’s with spiral swirls, wavy lines, and kaleidoscope images. Oh, and the not too graphic sex scenes. Can’t forget the sex scenes It is perfect addition to your next ‘Acid Flashback’! misty jamesmcquade 1970sart 1970scomics

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Still from "Make-Up - Make-Down". (1978). Sanja Ivekovic. Film, video monitor, colour and sound. 9 minutes. tatemuseum Media Networks: Feminism and Media "Application of make-up is a discreet activity performed between my mirror and myself … The TV-message is received in the isolation of a private space. The everyday movements that I make are slowed down, thereby giving to the ordinary act of applying make-up the character of a ritual performance.’ (Ivekovic in Sanja Ivekovic: Is This My True Face, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb 1998, p.11.)" sanjaivekovic makeupmakedown art contemporaryart film filminstallation video color videomonitor sound feminism media medianetworks feministart feministmedia makeup ritualperformance 1970sart tatemodern london

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The Land Art movement emerged as a response to the commodification of the art market. Artists felt that the art world was becoming artificial and plastic. In response, artists took over natural environments with the intention of raising the awareness of viewers to social issues. They searched for places such as mountains, islands, and deserts, which had empty, untouched remote places where large-scale sculptures could be created. However, their work was often inaccessible to the public because of the remoteness of some of their installations. Therefore, in order to make their art works available, for example, artist such as Robert Smithson approached this issue by bringing in natural materials, e.g., wood, dirt, and rock into gallery spaces. Robert Smithson, Leaning Mirror, 1969. Dia Art Foundation.

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Repost accolagriefen with get_repost ・・・ Fantastic studio visit with susanbee susan_bee_1 earlier this week. We now have recent watercolor and collage works on paper available as well as photographic works from the 1970's. This photogram from 1977 is an example of Bee's early experimental work. The shapes, text, abstract passages and collage work all return in her later work in other media. Works from this series are in the collection of the metropolitanmuseum metropolitanmuseumofart and yaleartgallery yaleartgallery among others. Her photograms have also be reviewed in thenewyorktimes hyperallergic artnews artcritical and newyorkerart Image: Susan Bee, Untitled (me, me, me), c. 1977, unique photogram, 11" x 17"DM for inquires about this work, other available work in the series or to schedule a visit to our location near the the brooklnmuseum womenartists accolagriefen accolagriefenfineart photogram mememe shapes experimentalphotography feministart 1970sart

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Fantastic studio visit with susanbee susan_bee_1 earlier this week. We now have recent watercolor and collage works on paper available as well as photographic works from the 1970's. This photogram from 1977 is an example of Bee's early experimental work. The shapes, text, abstract passages and collage work all return in her later work in other media. Works from this series are in the collection of the metropolitanmuseum metropolitanmuseumofart and yaleartgallery yaleartgallery among others. Her photograms have also be reviewed in thenewyorktimes hyperallergic artnews artcritical and newyorkerart Image: Susan Bee, Untitled (me, me, me), c. 1977, unique photogram, 11" x 17"DM for inquires about this work, other available work in the series or to schedule a visit to our location near the the brooklnmuseum womenartists accolagriefen accolagriefenfineart photogram mememe shapes experimentalphotography feministart 1970sart

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tbt I was busy printing leggings at this last year 🌿 🍄 🌙 🐚 (check those mini baby toes)

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THE BLUE DRESS (C) Jill Lynne 2019 Originally photographed in the late 1970s then processed with the first computer process for Photography (which I pioneered) Part of the POP ICOMS Seriesto view more visit www.jilllynne.com Set against a painting by the now very successful Artist Hunt Slonim talented Muralist models the unique Evening Dress created by Designer Steed Halewhat I so miss about those early days -besides youth-was having that flex time that allowed for cooperative creative play as well as the innovative sensibility that inspired one to ever be more creative SCAN PRINTS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE: Contact jilllynne jilllynne.com vintagefashion vintagefashionnyc 1970sfashion 1970sart vintageartnyc huntslonem huntslonempainting

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Enameled bronze bowl, Mario Marè, 1972

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Hey guys, in addition to the more than 200 pieces of amazing 70s vintage clothing we sourced on our trip last week, we found THIS badass ice bucket. And to get a peek at those clothes we speak of, well, ya gotta come see us in Bisbee.

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Toute l’équipe de la Galerie Graglia vous souhaite un beau week-end pascal ! 🐔🥚🐰 . The whole Graglia gallery team wishes you a beautiful Easter weekend ! 🐣🔔🍫

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Reposted from viselschmeisel - “You are not lost. You are here. Stop abandoning yourself. Stop repeating this myth about love and success that will land in your lap or evade you forever. Build a humble, flawed life from the rubble, and cherish that. There is nothing more glorious on the face of the earth than someone who refuses to give up, who refuses to give in to their most self-hating, discouraged, disillusioned self, and instead learns, slowly and painfully, how to relish the feeling of building a hut in middle of the suffocating dust.” HeatherHavrilesky 1971 visualvoracity 1970sart - regrann

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