Abraham McNally, Untitled, 2009. Going on view at Curious Matter, in Jersey City, this Saturday. (Via ArtCat.)
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.)