1. bebenod:

    Nicky Nodjoumi’s Chasing the Butterfly at the Taymour Grahne Gallery

    File under: Art I luuuurve.

  2. bebenod:

Nicky Nodjoumi

    bebenod:

    Nicky Nodjoumi

  3. bebenod:

Rausan, Shirin Neshat, & myself.
all thanks to Nicky Nodjoumi

The most magical night.

    bebenod:

    Rausan, Shirin Neshat, & myself.

    all thanks to Nicky Nodjoumi

    The most magical night.

  4. curate1k:

$395CormainTom Butlergouache on Victorian cabinet card4.25” x 6.5”
make it mine

Make it mine button, I love you.

    curate1k:

    $395
    Cormain
    Tom Butler
    gouache on Victorian cabinet card
    4.25” x 6.5”

    make it mine

    Make it mine button, I love you.

  5. suturemagazine:

    Architecture
    .   .   .

    JULIAN SCHNABEL’S PALAZZO CHUPI

    Julian Schnabel has created a timeless masterpiece at 360 West 11th Street, where he has envisioned and designed every detail and glorious nuance in this remarkable antithesis to the current glass box era of architecture.

    Drama, scale and indulgence direct the design and finishes of what is truly a work of art, unlikely to ever be replicated. At Palazzo Chupi: walls are covered with rough hewn wood, layered with hand-applied plaster or set with ceramic tile, voluminous and grandiose living spaces with up to 18 foot high ceilings allow for massive works of art, enormous stone fireplaces and oversized French doors, hand made cast bronze handrails adorn copious and generously sized terraces and balconies with epic and incomparable views of Manhattan.

    360 West 11th Street features all the amenities and services of a large condo building set in a private and discreet five unit building with a 24 hour concierge, private parking, private storage and a dramatic sunlit 50 foot long swimming pool with sauna.

    .   .   .

  6. bodyfluids:

"The Exhibitionists" for Interview September 2013, ph. Mikael Jansson

    bodyfluids:

    "The Exhibitionists" for Interview September 2013, ph. Mikael Jansson

  7. minimaleskeletale:

    The Anatomy of an Angel by Damien Hirst

    These Hirst miniature sculptures are based on Alfred Boucher’s sculpture, “L’Hirondelle” (1920), and show the anatomical structure beneath her skin, showing that this angel is only human. 

    They are available to buy at Other Criteria for £7,200.

    Follow Minimale Skeletale for more anatomically-related posts

  8. artnet:

Art & Fashion
She is a world famous supermodel while he is an internationally renowned photographer with Peruvian roots. 
Kate Moss by Mario Testino, 2006. 

    artnet:

    Art & Fashion

    She is a world famous supermodel while he is an internationally renowned photographer with Peruvian roots. 

    Kate Moss by Mario Testino, 2006. 

About me

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