boris mikhailov yesterday's sandwich - Google Search

boris mikhailov yesterday's sandwich - Google Search

Laurence Le Guay. War Poster 1939. Via nsw

Laurence Le Guay. War Poster 1939. Via nsw

Soviet photo - World Photography Organisation - follow the link for more details

Soviet photo - World Photography Organisation - follow the link for more details

Laurence Le Guay. No title (War montage with globe) 1939. Via nsw.

Laurence Le Guay

Laurence Le Guay. No title (War montage with globe) 1939. Via nsw.

from the series 'Yesterday's Sandwich' late 1960s - late 1970s c-print from DIA Boris Mikhailov 41 x 55 cm

from the series 'Yesterday's Sandwich' late 1960s - late 1970s c-print from DIA Boris Mikhailov 41 x 55 cm

Soviet photo (2012) - Roman Pyatkovka Photography

Soviet photo (2012) - Roman Pyatkovka Photography


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Could be fun on kraft paper or similar. Imaginary Doors by- Jonas Leclasse | Wooster Collective

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“It was created as an experiment to promote modern and avant-garde art to American audiences,” said Dr. Dorothy Kosinski, Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture and The Barbara Thomas Lemmon Curator of European Art of the Dallas Museum of Art. “But it was also modern in that it offered a non-hierarchical point of view, supporting the work of both established and lesser-known artists, from Paul Gauguin to Finnur Jónsson.”

“It was created as an experiment to promote modern and avant-garde art to American audiences,” said Dr. Dorothy Kosinski, Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture and The Barbara Thomas Lemmon Curator of European Art of the Dallas Museum of Art. “But it was also modern in that it offered a non-hierarchical point of view, supporting the work of both established and lesser-known artists, from Paul Gauguin to Finnur Jónsson.”

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