phil the professaur
Contains: visual arts, street art, slam poetry, Audrey Hepburn, food, alcohol, and dance.
phil the professaur
Blurring the Lines Between Animals and Mankind
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John Brosio - Fatigue 2 (2009)
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René Magritte - The Victory (1939)
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Andrew Ohlmann - Handwave (2013)
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Beth Hoeckel - Snooze (2013)
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Fire (1566)
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Rafael Varona - from Impossible Bottles (2014)
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Gaston La Touche - Pardon Breton (1896)
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Vilhelm Hammershøi - Støvkornenes dans i solstrålerne (Dust Motes Dancing in Sunbeams) (1900)
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artlog:

Biggie in a Bra

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Biggie in a Bra

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Biggie in a Bra

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Biggie in a Bra

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Biggie in a Bra

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Biggie in a Bra

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exhibition-ism:

New York based graphic designer Alex Proba decided last year to create a poster a day for a year restricting herself to no more than 30 minutes each day 
exhibition-ism:

New York based graphic designer Alex Proba decided last year to create a poster a day for a year restricting herself to no more than 30 minutes each day 
exhibition-ism:

New York based graphic designer Alex Proba decided last year to create a poster a day for a year restricting herself to no more than 30 minutes each day 
exhibition-ism:

New York based graphic designer Alex Proba decided last year to create a poster a day for a year restricting herself to no more than 30 minutes each day 
exhibition-ism:

New York based graphic designer Alex Proba decided last year to create a poster a day for a year restricting herself to no more than 30 minutes each day 
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Loren Munk, Clement Greenberg (large) (detail), 2005-6, oil on linen. Click for larger image.
COURTESY FREIGHT + VOLUME.
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Loren Munk, Investigating the Myth of the Avant-Garde…, 2013, oil on linen. Click for larger image.
COURTESY FREIGHT + VOLUME.
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Paul Thek, Untitled (Five Vertical Red Lines), 1981, acrylic and gesso on newspaper.
©ESTATE OF GEORGE PAUL THEK. COURTESY ALEXANDER AND BONIN, NEW YORK/WATERMILL CENTER COLLECTION. PHOTO: BILL ORCUTT.