François Morellet, L’Avalanche, 1996, 36 tubes de néon bleus, fils de haute tension blancs — 400 × 400 cm Collection de l’artiste pour la présente version — Une première version de cette œuvre est conservée au Neues Museum de Nuremberg — © François Morellet © Adagp, Paris 2011 Slash.fr
Exhibition at Centre Pompidou, Reinstallations, 2 March - 4 July 2011
African-American Flag, 1990, by David Hammons, at MoMA. (Photo by C-M.)
The attached story is a mess, but this photo of a 15th century depiction of John the Baptist is all kinds of beautiful.
Not what you think: A ceramic milk crate sculpture by Matthias Merkel Hess.
“I can’t stand art actually. I’ve never, ever liked art, ever. I never took it in school.” — David Hammons.
Shown here: Untitled, 1989. From David Hammons in his own words, in hEyOka Magazine.
1, 1977 — by Senga Nengudi, as reinstalled at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 2010. Love love love love love what this lady does with pantyhose. (Image via The Stranger.)