For lack of a name
For lack of a name
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Artist(s): 
Rokni Haerizadeh
“For Rokni Haerizadeh, life is rendered as a series of elaborate rituals. The Tehran-born artist is perhaps best known for painterly tableaux whose subject matter draws from weddings, galas, murders, parades, funerals, riots, and revolutions. His human forms—often very large and wildly expressionist—turn a crooked lens onto the madness of contemporary society. His ongoing series “Fictionville” (2009–) features animal-humans who inhabit familiar scenes drawn from the news media. ” - Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde 
Title: Fictionville
Date: 2011
Materials: Gesso, ink, and watercolor on printed paper
Dimensions: 4 portfolios of 9 works each
Credit: Courtesy of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai, and the artist
Artist(s): 
Rokni Haerizadeh
“For Rokni Haerizadeh, life is rendered as a series of elaborate rituals. The Tehran-born artist is perhaps best known for painterly tableaux whose subject matter draws from weddings, galas, murders, parades, funerals, riots, and revolutions. His human forms—often very large and wildly expressionist—turn a crooked lens onto the madness of contemporary society. His ongoing series “Fictionville” (2009–) features animal-humans who inhabit familiar scenes drawn from the news media. ” - Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde 
Title: Fictionville
Date: 2011
Materials: Gesso, ink, and watercolor on printed paper
Dimensions: 4 portfolios of 9 works each
Credit: Courtesy of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai, and the artist
Artist(s): 
Rokni Haerizadeh
“For Rokni Haerizadeh, life is rendered as a series of elaborate rituals. The Tehran-born artist is perhaps best known for painterly tableaux whose subject matter draws from weddings, galas, murders, parades, funerals, riots, and revolutions. His human forms—often very large and wildly expressionist—turn a crooked lens onto the madness of contemporary society. His ongoing series “Fictionville” (2009–) features animal-humans who inhabit familiar scenes drawn from the news media. ” - Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde 
Title: Fictionville
Date: 2011
Materials: Gesso, ink, and watercolor on printed paper
Dimensions: 4 portfolios of 9 works each
Credit: Courtesy of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai, and the artist
Artist(s): 
Rokni Haerizadeh
“For Rokni Haerizadeh, life is rendered as a series of elaborate rituals. The Tehran-born artist is perhaps best known for painterly tableaux whose subject matter draws from weddings, galas, murders, parades, funerals, riots, and revolutions. His human forms—often very large and wildly expressionist—turn a crooked lens onto the madness of contemporary society. His ongoing series “Fictionville” (2009–) features animal-humans who inhabit familiar scenes drawn from the news media. ” - Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde 
Title: Fictionville
Date: 2011
Materials: Gesso, ink, and watercolor on printed paper
Dimensions: 4 portfolios of 9 works each
Credit: Courtesy of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai, and the artist
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Civil War, 1977-1986
Portemilio, Lebanon, 1982
Fouad Elkoury,
At the New Musuem “Here and Elsewhere” through september
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1. Jalazon Refugee Camp, Ramallah 1995
2. Football Match, Beirut 1980
3. Cheops at Dawn, Cairo 1990
Fouad Elkoury
1. Jalazon Refugee Camp, Ramallah 1995
2. Football Match, Beirut 1980
3. Cheops at Dawn, Cairo 1990
Fouad Elkoury
1. Jalazon Refugee Camp, Ramallah 1995
2. Football Match, Beirut 1980
3. Cheops at Dawn, Cairo 1990
Fouad Elkoury
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Sanja Ivekovic, Womens’s House (Sunglasses) - Home for women, sunglasses , 2002-2004
A few images from Sanja Ivekovic’s series “Women’s House (Sunglasses).” 
Domestic abuse survivors’ testimonies are placed alongside high fashion sunglasses advertisements.
Sanja Ivekovic, Womens’s House (Sunglasses) - Home for women, sunglasses , 2002-2004
A few images from Sanja Ivekovic’s series “Women’s House (Sunglasses).” 
Domestic abuse survivors’ testimonies are placed alongside high fashion sunglasses advertisements.
Sanja Ivekovic, Womens’s House (Sunglasses) - Home for women, sunglasses , 2002-2004
A few images from Sanja Ivekovic’s series “Women’s House (Sunglasses).” 
Domestic abuse survivors’ testimonies are placed alongside high fashion sunglasses advertisements.
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semioticapocalypse:

Martine Franck. Pompidou Centre, National Museum of Modern Art. “Paris - New York” exhibition. Photographs from the “Handshow ” by the French artist Robert Filliou and the US artist Scott Hyde showing the hands of 24 artists. Paris. 1977.
[::SemAp::]
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Wilhelm Sasnal (b. 1972 Poland) SATCHI GALLERY
oil on canvas
http://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/wilhelm_sasnal.htm
Wilhelm Sasnal (b. 1972 Poland) SATCHI GALLERY
oil on canvas
http://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/wilhelm_sasnal.htm
Wilhelm Sasnal (b. 1972 Poland) SATCHI GALLERY
oil on canvas
http://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/wilhelm_sasnal.htm
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Daniel Gordon  - Still Life with Fish and Forsythia 
50” x 60”, C-Print, 2013

http://www.danielgordonstudio.com/
Daniel Gordon  - Still Life with Fish and Forsythia 
50” x 60”, C-Print, 2013

http://www.danielgordonstudio.com/
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Norbert Prangenberg
Untitled (Landscape with knight in silver), 2010
Ancient & Modern
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Takeshi Murata’s sculpture “Melter 3D”
gif credit: Sculpt Club
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Maria Lassnig, Vom Tode Gezeichnet (Drawn by Death), oil on canvas, 2011