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Albert Clouard 1866-1952

Albert Clouard 1866-1952

Terrain de jeu du créateur : Grafolio

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Charlésia Alexis - Péi natal - YouTube

Charlésia Alexis - Péi natal - YouTube

When i was young, my father always told me that he was going to sell me "to the next band of gypsies that came into town." The older i got, the more I wished and hoped that they would show up and take me away. One day, I finally realized that no one was coming for me. I joined the military and left.

When i was young, my father always told me that he was going to sell me "to the next band of gypsies that came into town." The older i got, the more I wished and hoped that they would show up and take me away. One day, I finally realized that no one was coming for me. I joined the military and left.

Gypsy style, gypsy, cigan, photo

Gypsy style, gypsy, cigan, photo

Impressionnantes installations défiant la gravité - L’artiste allemande, Cornelia Konrads, crée des installations hallucinantes in situ dans les espaces publics, parcs et jardins privés à travers le monde. Son travail est souvent ponctué par l’illusion d’apesanteur, où les objets empilés (branche, buche, pierre) semblent être suspendus dans les airs, renforçant le caractère temporaire de l’installation.

Impressionnantes installations défiant la gravité - L’artiste allemande, Cornelia Konrads, crée des installations hallucinantes in situ dans les espaces publics, parcs et jardins privés à travers le monde. Son travail est souvent ponctué par l’illusion d’apesanteur, où les objets empilés (branche, buche, pierre) semblent être suspendus dans les airs, renforçant le caractère temporaire de l’installation.

JAMOIS Edmond Victor (1876-1975) " Le départ de la mariée en ville

JAMOIS Edmond Victor (1876-1975) " Le départ de la mariée en ville

“At it’s most successful, my “touch” looks into the heart of nature; most days I don’t even get close. These things are all part of a transient process that I cannot understand unless my touch is also transient; only in this way can the cycle remain unbroken and the process be complete.”  -Andy Goldsworthy    The work of Andy Goldsworthy has been praised over the years for it’s celebration of the random beauty of nature and it’s critique on our idea of when and where art takes place.

“At it’s most successful, my “touch” looks into the heart of nature; most days I don’t even get close. These things are all part of a transient process that I cannot understand unless my touch is also transient; only in this way can the cycle remain unbroken and the process be complete.” -Andy Goldsworthy The work of Andy Goldsworthy has been praised over the years for it’s celebration of the random beauty of nature and it’s critique on our idea of when and where art takes place.

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