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Lisa G.
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Bruno Fournier
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Lovers’ names, carved in walls
Overlap, start to merge
Some of them underneath
Maybe they appear
In graveyards
Maybe they fade away
Weathered and overgrown
Time has told
Meaningful hidden words
Suddenly appear, from the murk
Maybe they’re telling us
That the end
Never was
Never will
Words have gone
Meaning will
Never disappear
From the wall

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Louis Marie de Schryver
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1941, London
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Anthony Stewart,1939
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François Hubert Drouais (1727-1775) - Boy with a Black Spaniel
Oil on canvas (64.5 x 53.3 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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《インポ哲学》 1960-1961年 青森県立美術館蔵 (c)ADAGP, Paris & JASPAR, Tokyo, 2013 (via 《インポ哲学》 1960-1961年 青森県立美術館蔵 | あなたの肖像―工藤哲巳 回顧展)
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Ann Veronica Janssens
“Future Perfect” Anoka FaruqeeKoenig & Clinton Gallery, 459 W19th St., NYCRecent works from the artist’s ongoing series of Moiré Paintings foreground the début of two new series: the Circle Paintings and the Wave Paintings. By triangulating all three bodies of work Faruqee galvanizes her systematic experimentation with color, perception, and the limits of technological precision. Her simultaneous shift towards larger-scale canvases intensifies the somatic experience of varying retinal patterns. Layer by layer, the artist rakes one selected paint color over the canvas and then later sands the dry surface to erase all resulting grooves and ridges before raking the next set of overlapping lines. Each painting offers evidence of a physical act suspended in the strata of pattern, capturing a momentary glitch that might otherwise pass undetected.
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Erik Van Der Weijde
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Jonathan Curry - Casual Bird, 2012
acrylic on canvas
34 x 48 inches