More ideas from Hames
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915  As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.In his paintings of the trenches, the soldiers are reduced to a series of angular planes and grey colouring. They appear almost like machines themselves, losing their individuality, even their humanity, as they seem to fuse with the machine…

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915 As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.

Man vs nature. Drawing/collage (Molly Burnip) travelling--light.tumblr.com

This piece relates to my concentration in that it displays a sort of juxtaposition of human creation and nature. I like this piece because it puts two things that are not usually put together in order to contrast the man vs nature idea.

as true 23 years ago as it is today.  infuriating & sad that we are still going round like this.  Barbara Kruger, Untitled, 1989.

Rizzoli recently published a retrospective volume on conceptual artist Barbara Kruger. She has stayed busy since the Seventies creating an indigenous American form of public feminist art.