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- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart @get_repost ) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- when i say men are trash im clearly talking about the men that ARE trash. not ALL men. thats obvious. - - - - tags #yellow #yellowaesthetic #yellowaesthetics #yellowaesthetictumblr #yellowtumblraesthetic #aesthetic #aesthetics #aesthetictumblr #tumblr #tumblraesthetic #thetaxcollection #jasoncampbellstudio #tonyfutura #lovewatts #greencouch #artbasel #francescovullo #PipesOnFood #MoMaCollection #MoMa #thecolorshift #visualfolder #NAKIDmag #insiderart #art #illustration #design #johnyuyi #aureta #wxart
- when i say men are trash im clearly talking about the men that ARE trash. not ALL men. thats obvious. - - - - tags #yellow #yellowaesthetic #yellowaesthetics #yellowaesthetictumblr #yellowtumblraesthetic #aesthetic #aesthetics #aesthetictumblr #tumblr #tumblraesthetic #thetaxcollection #jasoncampbellstudio #tonyfutura #lovewatts #greencouch #artbasel #francescovullo #PipesOnFood #MoMaCollection #MoMa #thecolorshift #visualfolder #NAKIDmag #insiderart #art #illustration #design #johnyuyi #aureta #wxart
- Visually this Video is stunning👏👏 Groundbreaking filmmaker and video artist Charles Atlas’s “The Illusion of Democracy (2008–12)” is now on view at the Museum as part of our Inbox series showcasing new acquisitions. See his intricately choreographed numerical projections in our Instagram Story ↖️. #MoMACollection ... Charles Atlas. Painting by Numbers. 2011. Three-channel video (black and white, silent), 8:21 min. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Catherine Badomi Heckett. © 2017 Charles Atlas. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York. Installation view, Charles Atlas: The Illusion of Democracy, Luhring Augustine Bushwick, New York, 2012
- Visually this Video is stunning👏👏 Groundbreaking filmmaker and video artist Charles Atlas’s “The Illusion of Democracy (2008–12)” is now on view at the Museum as part of our Inbox series showcasing new acquisitions. See his intricately choreographed numerical projections in our Instagram Story ↖️. #MoMACollection ... Charles Atlas. Painting by Numbers. 2011. Three-channel video (black and white, silent), 8:21 min. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Catherine Badomi Heckett. © 2017 Charles Atlas. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York. Installation view, Charles Atlas: The Illusion of Democracy, Luhring Augustine Bushwick, New York, 2012
- Visually this Video is stunning👏👏 Groundbreaking filmmaker and video artist Charles Atlas’s “The Illusion of Democracy (2008–12)” is now on view at the Museum as part of our Inbox series showcasing new acquisitions. See his intricately choreographed numerical projections in our Instagram Story ↖️. #MoMACollection ... Charles Atlas. Painting by Numbers. 2011. Three-channel video (black and white, silent), 8:21 min. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Catherine Badomi Heckett. © 2017 Charles Atlas. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York. Installation view, Charles Atlas: The Illusion of Democracy, Luhring Augustine Bushwick, New York, 2012
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart @get_repost ) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- Selfies with Art at MoMA.... Jackson Pollock #exhibitions #UnfinishedConversationsNewWorkfromtheCollection #LouiseLawlerWHYPICTURESNOW #FrankLloydWrightat150UnpackingtheArchive#InboxCharlesAtlas #Martine Syms #FrankLloydWright #charlesatlas #art #sculpture #painting #motiongraphic #abstractart #museumofmodernart #robertrauschenberg #museum #nyc#momacollection #robertRauschenbergAmongFriends #Projects106MartineSyms #MakingSpaceWomenArtistsandPostwarAbstraction #jacksonpollock
- Selfies with Art at MoMA.... Jackson Pollock #exhibitions #UnfinishedConversationsNewWorkfromtheCollection #LouiseLawlerWHYPICTURESNOW #FrankLloydWrightat150UnpackingtheArchive#InboxCharlesAtlas #Martine Syms #FrankLloydWright #charlesatlas #art #sculpture #painting #motiongraphic #abstractart #museumofmodernart #robertrauschenberg #museum #nyc#momacollection #robertRauschenbergAmongFriends #Projects106MartineSyms #MakingSpaceWomenArtistsandPostwarAbstraction #jacksonpollock
- Selfies with Art at MoMA.... Willem de Kooning #exhibitions #UnfinishedConversationsNewWorkfromtheCollection #LouiseLawlerWHYPICTURESNOW #FrankLloydWrightat150UnpackingtheArchive#InboxCharlesAtlas #Martine Syms #FrankLloydWright #charlesatlas #art #sculpture #painting #motiongraphic #abstractart #museumofmodernart #robertrauschenberg #museum #nyc#momacollection #robertRauschenbergAmongFriends #Projects106MartineSyms #MakingSpaceWomenArtistsandPostwarAbstraction #dekooning
- Selfies with Art at MoMA.... Willem de Kooning #exhibitions #UnfinishedConversationsNewWorkfromtheCollection #LouiseLawlerWHYPICTURESNOW #FrankLloydWrightat150UnpackingtheArchive#InboxCharlesAtlas #Martine Syms #FrankLloydWright #charlesatlas #art #sculpture #painting #motiongraphic #abstractart #museumofmodernart #robertrauschenberg #museum #nyc#momacollection #robertRauschenbergAmongFriends #Projects106MartineSyms #MakingSpaceWomenArtistsandPostwarAbstraction #dekooning
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart @get_repost ) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- I like it. #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostapp ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- I like it. #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostapp ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- I like it. #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostapp ・・・ Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- "How destruction can feed creation" Simply fantastic, apropos, thought and dialogue provoking, and inspirational! ✨✨💖 @Regrann from @themuseumofmodernart - Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters - #regrann
- "How destruction can feed creation" Simply fantastic, apropos, thought and dialogue provoking, and inspirational! ✨✨💖 @Regrann from @themuseumofmodernart - Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters - #regrann
- "How destruction can feed creation" Simply fantastic, apropos, thought and dialogue provoking, and inspirational! ✨✨💖 @Regrann from @themuseumofmodernart - Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters - #regrann
- Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- Happy birthday Kurt Schwitters, born on this day in 1887! His collages, like “Picture with Light Center” (1919), made in the wake of WWI, serve as hopeful portraits of how destruction can feed creation—bits of advertising, scraps of newspaper, wood, garbage, and urban debris are collaged together to make something new. ... Learn more about this early 20th-century Dada artist and his “merz”—a nonsense word that came to encapsulate his artistic philosophy, process, and lifestyle: mo.ma/2rMKApN ... [Cut-and-pasted colored paper and printed paper, watercolor, oil, and pencil on board. Purchase. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn] #MoMACollection #botd #kurtschwitters
- “The key is what is within the artist. The artist can only paint what she or he is about.” -Lee Krasner, now on view in #MakingSpace. ... In the mid-1960s Krasner’s work took on a spirit of free invention, embodied in broad, sweeping strokes of paint—very different from her smaller, thickly painted, and tightly controlled work of the late 1940s. Krasner rejected the notion that her abstract painting was devoid of content. She “wouldn’t dream of” creating a painting from a fully abstract idea, she said. This work is titled after the Earth goddess of the ancient Greeks. ... [Lee Krasner (American, 1908–1984). Gaea. 1966. Oil on canvas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Kay Sage Tanguy Fund, 1977 © 2017 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York] #LeeKrasner #MoMAcollection #abstractpainting
- “The key is what is within the artist. The artist can only paint what she or he is about.” -Lee Krasner, now on view in #MakingSpace . ... In the mid-1960s Krasner’s work took on a spirit of free invention, embodied in broad, sweeping strokes of paint—very different from her smaller, thickly painted, and tightly controlled work of the late 1940s. Krasner rejected the notion that her abstract painting was devoid of content. She “wouldn’t dream of” creating a painting from a fully abstract idea, she said. This work is titled after the Earth goddess of the ancient Greeks. ... [Lee Krasner (American, 1908–1984). Gaea. 1966. Oil on canvas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Kay Sage Tanguy Fund, 1977 © 2017 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York] #LeeKrasner #MoMAcollection #abstractpainting
- “The key is what is within the artist. The artist can only paint what she or he is about.” -Lee Krasner, now on view in #MakingSpace. ... In the mid-1960s Krasner’s work took on a spirit of free invention, embodied in broad, sweeping strokes of paint—very different from her smaller, thickly painted, and tightly controlled work of the late 1940s. Krasner rejected the notion that her abstract painting was devoid of content. She “wouldn’t dream of” creating a painting from a fully abstract idea, she said. This work is titled after the Earth goddess of the ancient Greeks. ... [Lee Krasner (American, 1908–1984). Gaea. 1966. Oil on canvas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Kay Sage Tanguy Fund, 1977 © 2017 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York] #LeeKrasner #MoMAcollection #abstractpainting

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