29.10.15

ongoing columns from 1926 until 2015


Marcel-Louis Baugniet, 'Les orgues sur fond rose', 1926

Alighiero Boetti, 'Mazzo di tubi', 1966 
Courtesy Galleria Christian Stein, Milano

Jan Roeland, 'Twee doosjes', 1967

Manuel Felguérez, 'Untitled', ca 1970

Lucio-del-Pezzo, in the exhibition 'Geometrie', 1990

Per Kirkeby, pavilion at Middelheim, Antwerp, Belgium, 1993

Yaacov Agam, 'Peaceful Communication with the World', 2009, 
monument for World Games in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Lore Van Roelen, ‘Rechtopstaande objecten’, 2015, 
in ‘No Blossom No Moonlight’, Extra City Kunsthal, 2015 
© We Document Art

28.10.15

Hockney's pools

'Four different kinds of water', 1967

'A Lawn Sprinkler', 1967

'Different kinds of water pouring into a swimming pool, Santa Monica', 1965


'Sun on the Pool, Los Angeles', April 13th 1982
scans from the book 'Hockney's Pictures', David Hockney, 2006, Thames & Hudson

26.10.15

local vegetations


Jordy van den Nieuwendijk, Vehicular View On Local Vegetation, 2014





Berend Zweers, zonder titel, 1905-1910, autochrome, 
collection University library Leiden (source)





Jordy van den Nieuwendijk




Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurðardóttir

25.10.15

24.10.15

Saul Steinberg, Masquerade.









Scans from the book 'Saul Steinberg, Masquerade', by Inge Morath.

Photographer Morath and artist Steinberg engaged in a collaboration in the years 1959 to 1963 by asking friends and acquaintances to wear paper bags drawn with fantastic faces and pose for their camera.

23.10.15

22.10.15

"We've been cloudbusting daddy"

Luis Camnitzer, 'The Discovery of Geometry', 1978
Linda Beumer, 'Sticks and Stones', publication
Gerhard Richter, 'Wolkenstudie (Gegenlicht)'
Jordy van den Nieuwendijk
François Goffin, 'Feux d’artifice' from the series 'Les Choses simples', 2005-2008 
Luis Camnitzer, 'The Invention of Rain', 1978

20.10.15

Fernand Leger again














 "There was no telling who this head, or this leg, or that arm, belonged to.. ..So I scattered the limbs in my painting and realized that in this way I was getting much closer to the truth than Michelangelo did when he concentrated on every separate muscle."
- Fernand Leger