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Louise Bourgeois. UNTITLED. 2004. The accessibility and willingness to advise younger artists was exceptional for an established artist of such standing. Her influence on other artists since the 1970s looms large, but is manifested most strongly in feminist-inspired body art and in the development of installation art.

Mario Nigro (1917-1992) was an Italian painter. in 1947 he took his second degree, in pharmacy. In 1946 and 1947 he transformed his painting into a non-objective style, and he soon developed an original version of abstraction nourished by his scientific background. From the mid-1970s onwards, he began his investigation of what he described as the elementary geometric concept of the metaphysics of color, followed by his analisi della linea (analysis of the line).

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London's Original Graffiti Artists Were Poets, Playwrights and Political Revolutionaries

London's Original Graffiti Artists Were Poets, Playwrights and Political Revolutionaries | VICE | United Kingdom

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An Art Crawl Through the Spring 2017 Collections

Kenzo - Kenzo Takada was at his peak in the disco 1970s; another mover and shaker of the time was Antonio Lopez, the subject of a current show at El Museo del Barrio. After mining the artist’s archive, Kenzo designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim developed prints based on Polaroids and tracings of sketches made by Lopez.

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Large John Fleming 1970s Indigo and White Raku / Crackle Finish Pumpkin Shaped Vase - One of a Kind Pot by Notable Seattle Fine Artist

This piece measures approximately 9 tall, 9 in diameter and has a tiny .25 opening. It is in excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. This incredible, organic American Raku vase is early work by award winning, Seattle artist John Fleming, under the tutelage of Paul Soldner in the 1970s. It features indigo drip glaze over white, with an abstract crackle finish and accents of golden brown. ABOUT JOHN FLEMING: I have spent 30 years developing a broad portfolio of art…

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Large John Fleming 1970s Indigo and White Raku / Crackle Finish Pumpkin Shaped Vase - One of a Kind Pot by Notable Seattle Fine Artist

This piece measures approximately 9 tall, 9 in diameter and has a tiny .25 opening. It is in excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. This incredible, organic American Raku vase is early work by award winning, Seattle artist John Fleming, under the tutelage of Paul Soldner in the 1970s. It features indigo drip glaze over white, with an abstract crackle finish and accents of golden brown. ABOUT JOHN FLEMING: I have spent 30 years developing a broad portfolio of art…