Ettore Spalletti

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Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti, Scatola di Colore (1991), Color impasto on alabaster, 48 × 39 1/2 × 20 cm

Ettore Spalletti, Scatola di Colore (1991), Color impasto on alabaster, 48 × 39 1/2 × 20 cm

Ettore Spalletti at MAXXI

Ettore Spalletti at MAXXI (Contemporary Art Daily)

Ettore Spalletti at MAXXI

Ettore Spalletti at Helga de Alvear

Ettore Spalletti at Helga de Alvear

Ettore Spalletti al Maxxi

Ettore Spalletti al Maxxi

ettore spalletti, 1988

ettore spalletti, 1988

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti

Ettore Spalletti at Museo Madre

Ettore Spalletti at Museo Madre (Contemporary Art Daily)

Ettore Spalletti at Museo Madre


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Thea Bjerg. Born Copenhagen 1960. Studies Denmark Design Academy among others. Own studio since 1987. Lives/works in Copenhagen. Pleated scarves appear to be textile sculptures. When held, the artistic folds/layers move fluidly. They straddle the lines between accessories, textiles, and fashion. Thea Bjerg’s works are rooted in the tradition of Danish textile art. Using state-of-the-art techniques such as laser-cutting and ultrasonics, she is able to create diaphanous, sensuous accessories.

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Terri Brooks, "Tin Totem", 2007, oil and enamel on three paper blocks. 142x41cm.  Via leslieavonmiller.tumblr.com

Terri Brooks, "Tin Totem", 2007, oil and enamel on three paper blocks. 142x41cm. Via leslieavonmiller.tumblr.com

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