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Industrial beauty

The painting is reminiscent of course of both the Starkey series and also the series influenced by the sidewalk crack, which has spawned both abstracts and also cute creatures. 187 more words

More Leeds, now with the Henry Moore Institute and Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa

Still in May, still in Leeds. One of the days we went to the Leeds Art Gallery, i’ll talk about that later, anyway, right next door toi this art gallery is another art gallery called the Henry Moore Institute. 81 more words

Fine Art Projects

CAROL BOVE / CARLO SCARPA │ Henry Moore Institute, Leeds → 12 July 2015

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Carol BoveCarlo Scarpa

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Sculpture

Carlo Scarpa

One of the most enigmatic and underappreciated architects of the 20th century, Carlo Scarpa (June 2, 1906 – November 28, 1978) is best known for his instinctive approach to materials, combining time-honored crafts with modern manufacturing processes. 215 more words

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Studying architecture in Venice..

A random collection of photos of the architecture faculty in Venice, spread over a couple of amazing buildings and secret fragrant gardens. The first building in this post is the main entrance of IUAV  (Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia) designed by famous modernist architect Carlo Scarpa, who was a professor there. 92 more words

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Negozio Olivetti. Carlo Scarpa. Venezia.

Photography

Carol Bove at David Zwirner London

For her debut solo-exhibit with blue chip gallery David Zwirner, New York-based artist Carol Bove (b. 1971) presents a new body of work built upon her concerns with the object and its environment. 448 more words

Exhibitions