1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "artnet Auctions"

  2. Beyond The Corset

    The elegance in which fashion photography master Horst P Horst captured his subjects made him influential among a generation of photographers
    We are delighted to present iconic fashion, classic still life, and elegant nude photographs by Horst P. Horst on artnet Auctions

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  3. New York’s fabulously hot weather calls for Julian Opie’s Pop Art-inspired still life with orange, grapes, and apple. 

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  4. Nothing says summer like one of Takashi Murakami’s fabulous flower paintings 

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  5. Juergen Teller’s work is distinctive for its candid feel; he often photographs models in isolated surroundings with a washed-out, overexposed light, and often with unguarded expressions, seemingly unposed.

    Pictured: Kate Moss for Vogue, 1994. 

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  6. World Cup 2014

    This fabulous work by French artist Fernand Léger was recently chosen by the World Cup to market the games, and is being featured by the World Cup in a limited addition poster. Created by Leger during his travels in Brazil in the 50s, "Sao Paulo" is an affectionate portrait of Brazilians, illustrating the culture of the lively São Paulo metropolis.

    Place your bid for São Paulo on artnet Auctions, live for bidding through June 23 2014. 

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  7. As the World Cup kicks off on Thursday, we’re getting into the sporting spirit with Andres Serrano’s photo of the hands of 6 famous athletes in action. Pictured are the hands of tennis player Venus Williams, basketball player Yao Ming, boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., football player Hines Ward, rock-climber Chris Sharma, and baseball player Felix Hernandez. 

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  8. Summer officially kicks off in 10 days! 

    Pictured: Lifeguard’s Dream, 1944, by Joseph Szabo 

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  9. Hey Mickey ! 

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  10. Breakfast of Champions 

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  11. Romance in the 21st century..?

    Pictured: Everything Is Shit Except You Love, 2011 by Stephen Powers

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  12. Urban Jungle 

    "I don’t think about art when I’m working. I try to think about life." - Jean-Michel Basquiat

    Now live on artnet Auctions: Our Urban Jungle sale, featuring the incredible work of street art stars such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, KAWS, Os Gemeos, and Faile. 

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  13. "I went into photography because it seemed like the perfect vehicle for commenting on the madness of today’s existence." - Robert Mapplethorpe

    Blue Rose is a quintessential example of Robert Mapplethorpe’s exquisite flower studies. 

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  14. "Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring." - Marilyn Monroe, in a photo for Vogue by Bert Stern 

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  15. The most famous and recognizable images in art history, the Soup Cans by Andy Warhol helped to usher in the Pop Art movement that continues today. The popularity of the Soup Can is enduring; a 2007 article in the New York Times observed that every day, a soup can is left on the grave of Andy Warhol. 

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  16. During a 1995 shoot of Michael Jackson’s Earth Song in Tanzania, Nick Brandt was struck by the beauty of the animals and East Africa. After that shoot, he felt that he could not sufficiently express his love for animals in any way other than capturing them on film.

    One of Nick Brandt’s most iconic images, the Elephant with Exploding Dust is the cover image for Brandt’s 1st photograph book the On This Earth. 

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