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RYAN

RYAN'S work needs no introduction. Youth, liberation and the joy of losing yourself in the moment are elements that feature throughout Ryan McGinley’s work.

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Gene Davis

Artist Gene Davis putting finishing touches on his 414-ft-long painting. “Franklin’s Footpath,” painted on the street in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1972. Photo by Henry Groskinsky.

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color BOMB

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Lucian Freud

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teapot

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opening

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin Portable Monuments. Using a series of coloured blocks as a lexicon, Broomberg and Chanarin have developed a secret code.

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Erwin Olaf

From the Hope portrait series. 2005

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CYMK

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blue CHAIR

I recently came across Max's design work here in Holland and even though I look at chairs almost everyday these I had to own. The colors are extraordinary for a home collection. Not surprisingly it is racing bikes that inspire his palette among other things.

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raw color

A visual research and design studio based in the Netherlands. There work fascinates me as does the idea of doing color based research with natural pigments.

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palette

A visual research and design studio based in the Netherlands. Their work fascinates me, as does the idea of doing color-based research with natural pigments.

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ed van der elsken

By far one of my favorite photographs. Après ski, Switzerland (1967)

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ed van der elsken

A dear photographer friend of mine bought me my first Van Der Elsken's book. Now I have many and live in Amsterdam were most of his work was created. Ed van der Elsken’s classic photo-novel Love on the Left Bank (1954) has just been reissued. Grab one if you can you won't regret it.

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hut–up berlin

This is an amazing Berlin-based felt company that is making felt objects like no other I have ever seen. While their work has been around for a while, my German friend was surprised that I knew of them outside of Europe. Check them out...

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FLORIS NEUSUSS

The bodies in Neusüss' “whole-body photograms” appear to leap or float, as though caught in space, implying dreams of flight or nightmares of falling. Here, an adult figure adopts a fetal position silhouetted against vague indications of an interior. Neusüss' shadowy figures often suggest an underlying symbolic narrative of sensuality, fertility, dreams or the subconscious.

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love on the left bank

love on the left bank

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