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Wie man dem toten Hasen die Bilder Erklärt (How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare), Joseph Beuys; November 26 1965

All in the Present Must Be Transformed

Joseph Beuys - honey and gold on his face while whispering to a dead hare. Beuys during his Action How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare (Wie man dem toten Hasen die Bilder erklärt), Schelma Gallery, Dusseldorf, 26 November 1965

ART: Slaughterhouse Starlets by Keith P. Rein Slaughterhouse Starlets, a new mixed media art series by Keith P. Rein, takes everyone’s famous starlets and re-uses original poses with a reimagined.

At Gowanus Canal, Turning Toxic Waste Into Art New York’s Gowanus Canal is notoriously toxic – full of dangerous chemicals, industrial waste, and yes, poop. It reeks in the summer and lives in the.

Explaining

Explaining

Matthew Barney, Cremaster  intriguing indeed....

The Series Project: The Cremaster Cycle

Lavinia Whitley??? I'm saving this because she'd fit. But, she's also a real person....so....conflicted?

The Innsmouth Look People with the "Innsmouth Look" look vaguely fish and/or frog like through the face, especially through the eyes. Inspired by H. Lovecraft's works, particularly "The Shadow Over Innsmouth"--wow odd looking people

Joseph Cornell diary describing and illustrating the constellation Cygnus

Joseph Cornell diary describing and illustrating the constellation Cygnus, 1969 Jul. from the Joseph Cornell papers, bulk

Joseph Beuys in zijn atelier

regardintemporel: “Fritz Getlingers - Joseph Beuys in his atelier, Old Klever Kurhaus, 1958 ”

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