SLUDGE & MUCK

Gil Gentile


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Sigmar Polke

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    Sigmar Polke

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  • erichelgas:

CAT Boots for NYLON, 2014

    erichelgas:

    CAT Boots for NYLON, 2014

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  • weirdudenergy:

    womensrealm:

    I laughed harder at this than I have at any Hollywood film in the last 2 years.

    upper echelon

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  • inu1941-1966:

    tatsuro YAMASHITA 1984

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  • 73sand88s:

Mobile Moustache - L’Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec
Christiane Dallaire XM55-11029

    73sand88s:

    Mobile Moustache - L’Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec

    Christiane Dallaire
    XM55-11029

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     hannah

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  • lucfuller:

Ray Johnson

    lucfuller:

    Ray Johnson

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  • autosafari:

Stephanie Robinson of SONY, working from her ‘makeshift’ office inside an empty studio in Hollywood, circa 1991.photo by Diego Goldberg

    autosafari:

    Stephanie Robinson of SONY, working from her ‘makeshift’ office inside an empty studio in Hollywood, circa 1991.
    photo by Diego Goldberg

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  • jciocci2000:

    The following pieces of artwork are for sale: price range $300-800. Inquire by email: jciocci2000@ yahoo.com. Payment accepted by paypal! Thanks! 

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  • bal-semactiv:

MARTIN KIPPENBERGER [Markus Oehlen, 1989]
German artist Martin Kippenberger produced this poster in 1989 on the occasion of an exhibition of work by his friend Markus Oehlen, staged at Max Hetzler Gallery in Cologne.
"Martin’s posters best represent him and sum up the range of his ability: the humour, the social critique, the clever combination of provocative images and allusions. They were critical and politicised, perfectly expressing his ideas and his personality." (Jutta Koether in Tate Etc., no.6, Spring 2006, p.36.)
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    bal-semactiv:

    MARTIN KIPPENBERGER [Markus Oehlen, 1989]

    German artist Martin Kippenberger produced this poster in 1989 on the occasion of an exhibition of work by his friend Markus Oehlen, staged at Max Hetzler Gallery in Cologne.

    "Martin’s posters best represent him and sum up the range of his ability: the humour, the social critique, the clever combination of provocative images and allusions. They were critical and politicised, perfectly expressing his ideas and his personality." (Jutta Koether in Tate Etc., no.6, Spring 2006, p.36.)

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    (via dig-image)

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