Klaus Rinke is a German artist who explored several artistic means (painting, sculpture) before concentrating on body art. He especially used the movement of the body, captured through performance and photographs, as a means to express the passing of time. The theme of the clock itself...

Klaus Rinke: Time, Space, Body, Transformations

Klaus Rinke: BODEN, WAND, ECKE, RAUM, Why is space so important in photograph?

Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil - c.1950, Female Figure. Exposed blueprint paper (266.7 x 91.4 cm)

NEW DADA Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil - Female Figure. Exposed blueprint paper x cm)

Louise Bourgeois, Couple.

Louise Bourgeois Do Not Abandon Me 1999 Collection Ursula Hauser, Switzerland

L o v i n g . C a r e, 1 9 9 2 . b y . J a n i n e . A n t o n i

Loving Care, 1992 by Janine Antoni “Performance of her dipping her hair in hair dye and painting the gallery floor”

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The Ephemeral Work of Hans Breder

Hans Breder trained as a painter in Hamburg, German and found early success in NYC in the early Once he was drawn to Iowa, Breder created.

Photographs by Ruven Afanador, Marina Abramovic for New York Magazine

Marina Ambramovic Shoes for Departure 1991 Performance Art Her work explores the relationship between performer and audience, the limits of the body, and the possibilities of the mind.

The Artist Who Puts Couples in Vacuum Packs | VICE | United . Kingdom creepy but interesting from an artistic standpoint

The Artist Who Puts Couples in Vacuum Packs

Japanese artist Haruhiko Kawaguchi, aka Photographer Hal, packs people into futon covers, which he then vacuum-seals (without hurting anyone).

Hannah Lamb

Today I visited Grimsby to hang my work for the forthcoming 62 Group exhibition 'Ebb & Flow' . For this exhibition I have worked on a sequ.

Sarah Lucas / NUD #6, 2009 Saw this in Tate St Ives on Tuesday, really interesting!

Sarah Lucas / NUD 2009 Saw this in Tate St Ives on Tuesday, really interesting!

Comfort Zones, Allan Kaprow. - A and B, pressing against either side of a closed door.- Trying to fit the outline of each other.- Saying when that fit seems close, only "now".- Repeating again & again until certain.

- A and B, pressing against either side of a closed door.- Trying to fit the outline of each other.- Repeating again & again until certain.


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