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blakegopnik:

THE DAILY PIC: This is a new piece by Gerhard Richter, called 7 Panes of Glass (House of Cards), on view in Marian Goodman’s stunning London branch that just opened. I’ve felt for a while now that Richter’s work had become too deluxe and polished for its own good, and too easygoing: What had happened to all the crossings-out–formal, semantic, political, even metaphysical–of the early paintings? The work in today’s Daily Pic, however, is all about fracture and illegibility. The reflections and refractions of Richter’s giant panes make it almost impossible to read the room they are set in, and the things and people alongside you in it. Dan Graham, another great Goodman artist, has also played with glass and space, but Richter’s piece is a Graham in a cyclone. It reflects our times by disturbing our reflection.
Another benefit of this Richter: It pulls and tugs at the pristine splendors of Goodman’s London space, urging it to remember its tough New York roots. (Photo by Lucy Hogg)
The Daily Pic also appears at ArtnetNews.com. For a full survey of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive.

blakegopnik:

THE DAILY PIC: This is a new piece by Gerhard Richter, called 7 Panes of Glass (House of Cards), on view in Marian Goodman’s stunning London branch that just opened. I’ve felt for a while now that Richter’s work had become too deluxe and polished for its own good, and too easygoing: What had happened to all the crossings-out–formal, semantic, political, even metaphysical–of the early paintings? The work in today’s Daily Pic, however, is all about fracture and illegibility. The reflections and refractions of Richter’s giant panes make it almost impossible to read the room they are set in, and the things and people alongside you in it. Dan Graham, another great Goodman artist, has also played with glass and space, but Richter’s piece is a Graham in a cyclone. It reflects our times by disturbing our reflection.

Another benefit of this Richter: It pulls and tugs at the pristine splendors of Goodman’s London space, urging it to remember its tough New York roots. (Photo by Lucy Hogg)

The Daily Pic also appears at ArtnetNews.com. For a full survey of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive.

likeafieldmouse:

Julien Magre - Unrest (2014)

minusmanhattan:

René Burri - RIP. 
hamonikakoshoten:

TWO MOUNTAINS 二つの山 畠山直哉 バルタザール・ブルクハルト
hamonikakoshoten:

Naoya Hatakeyama: Zeche Westfalen I/ II Ahlen 畠山直哉

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Christian Stoll

Psychology of Colors

  What color is “the love”? What exactly does the color black stand for? Is black a color? What color combination is reflecting “vanity” ?   I recently came across Eva Heller´s book ” Wie Farben wirken”,which examines the psychological effects and symbolisms of colors. Each color creates it´s own mental connection,and the combination of certain  colors in a specific percentage can reflect a feeling or a symbol. This series is illustrating 10 color combinations out of 200 you can find in the book.  (artist statement)

nock-nock-nock:

蒼井 優