Inhale. Helen Pynor. 2006. Knitted human hair. 76 x 128 x 25 cm.     Image courtesy the artist, GV Art, London, and Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney. Photo Danny Kildare.

Textile Art - delicate ethereal dress sculptures made with knitted hair // "Exhale," Helen Pynor. So much presence with few visual clues.

Don't sexualise women's breasts if you don't sexualise men's. It's the same thing

“ “ Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other? ” this is now my most favorited post ever ”

Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways. - See more at: http://www.wetheurban.com/post/73159615884/art-beautiful-human-decay-by-megan-mitchell#sthash.G4lXIEQO.dpuf

ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s... (WeTheUrban)

ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways.

Photography serie "Slut School", by feminist art colletive "The Ardorous".  link: http://www.theardorous.com/portfolio/slut-school/

Photography serie "Slut School", by feminist art colletive "The Ardorous"…

Silicone rubber and pigment

'Untitled' by Stephanie Voegele graduate work fall 2009 - Clear Silicone Rubber .

Jennifer Coyne Qudeen: Philadelphia - Mending = Art 'Mending Me'

Ilaria Margutti, Mend of Me, 2009 embroidery on canvas. pinned by Liberhada ♥

Marina Abramovic. Did a report on her in college it is still hard for me to categorize what she does as art...

The dA-Zed guide to Marina Abramović

Gerard Rancinan, Marina Abramović, Art Must Be Beautiful, Artist Must Be Beautiful, 1975

It’s Hard Being Sarah Lucas - Sarah Lucas Nice Tits2

It’s Hard Being Sarah Lucas

Elizabeth Bennett - A series of photographic works titled 'A Woman's Work is Never Done' Using my own hand as a base material, I considered it a canvas upon which I stitched into the top layer of skin using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.

Artist Eliza Bennett embroiders her palms in a series of photos called 'A Woman's Work,' a commentary on femininity and the value of labor done by women.

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