I feel just like a ghost now.
all my thoughts are from a foreign host
I feel just like a ghost now.
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truneet:

Tony Matelli
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weissesrauschen:

Lukas Hoffmann
Kölner Damm II, Berlin, 2010
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wearenapoleon:

works by navid nuur. 
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maliara:

The Gorgeous Daily
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mentaltimetraveller:

Kristan Kennedy
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cerceos:

Michael Zimmerer
White Horizon
Website
cerceos:

Michael Zimmerer
White Horizon
Website
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weissesrauschen:

Ulrich Rückriem
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grupaok:

Sarah Charlesworth, Unidentified Woman, Hotel Corona de Aragon, Madrid, 1980 (from the series “Stills,” a selection of newspaper images depicting people jumping from buildings)
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mentaltimetraveller:

Chris Bradley
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e-stocado:

Xia Xiao
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inland-delta:

Giant Mark Twain Redwood, California, 1892 
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Vera Lutter at Galerie Max Hetzler, Goethestr., Berlin, from June 14 to July 26, 2014
Vera Lutter’s fourth solo exhibition with Galerie Max Hetzler presents three of her latest work series. By using a camera obscura – a centuries-old technique that allows light falling through a tiny hole into a darkened room, projecting an upside-down, reverse image of the exterior world into the interior – she creates works which appear strangely alienated but familiar at the same time… read more: http://www.galleriesnow.net/shows/vera-lutter/

Vera Lutter at Galerie Max Hetzler, Goethestr., Berlin, from June 14 to July 26, 2014
Vera Lutter’s fourth solo exhibition with Galerie Max Hetzler presents three of her latest work series. By using a camera obscura – a centuries-old technique that allows light falling through a tiny hole into a darkened room, projecting an upside-down, reverse image of the exterior world into the interior – she creates works which appear strangely alienated but familiar at the same time… read more: http://www.galleriesnow.net/shows/vera-lutter/

Vera Lutter at Galerie Max Hetzler, Goethestr., Berlin, from June 14 to July 26, 2014
Vera Lutter’s fourth solo exhibition with Galerie Max Hetzler presents three of her latest work series. By using a camera obscura – a centuries-old technique that allows light falling through a tiny hole into a darkened room, projecting an upside-down, reverse image of the exterior world into the interior – she creates works which appear strangely alienated but familiar at the same time… read more: http://www.galleriesnow.net/shows/vera-lutter/

Vera Lutter at Galerie Max Hetzler, Goethestr., Berlin, from June 14 to July 26, 2014
Vera Lutter’s fourth solo exhibition with Galerie Max Hetzler presents three of her latest work series. By using a camera obscura – a centuries-old technique that allows light falling through a tiny hole into a darkened room, projecting an upside-down, reverse image of the exterior world into the interior – she creates works which appear strangely alienated but familiar at the same time… read more: http://www.galleriesnow.net/shows/vera-lutter/

Vera Lutter at Galerie Max Hetzler, Goethestr., Berlin, from June 14 to July 26, 2014
Vera Lutter’s fourth solo exhibition with Galerie Max Hetzler presents three of her latest work series. By using a camera obscura – a centuries-old technique that allows light falling through a tiny hole into a darkened room, projecting an upside-down, reverse image of the exterior world into the interior – she creates works which appear strangely alienated but familiar at the same time… read more: http://www.galleriesnow.net/shows/vera-lutter/
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adamwilsonholmes:

'Self Portrait' - December 2013
A rug concealing a cactus on a bar stool
Sculpture by Adam Wilson Holmes
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james-minimal:

James Minimal