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Charles Sheeler - Clapboards (1936)

Clapboards, Charles Sheeler — This was later work, not something shown at the 1913 AS, but his entire body of work is pretty amazing and focused more on industrial and architectural structures than the vase of chrysanthemums painting exhibited in

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Caribbean Flavor - The island of Puerto Rico. Featuring its flora and fauna, beaches, urban and rural texture and color.

Charles Sheeler - Barn Abstraction (1947)

Barn Abstraction, Oil by Charles Rettew Sheeler Junior .

Do-Ho Suh’s Home within a Home

Do Ho Soh art installation; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame;

Luigi Ghirri

Luigi Ghirri, Ferrara, From: Topografia-Iconografia c-print, vintage cm x Courtesy ©Eredi Ghirri.

Charles Sheeler, Buildings at Lebanon, 1949, tempera, graphite on pressed board faced with sized paper. Collection Walker Art Center.

Charles Sheeler, Buildings at Lebanon, tempera, graphite on pressed board faced with sized paper.

“Home within Home within Home within Home” by Do Ho Suh; polyester fabric, metal frame; 2013; 602.36” x 505.12” x 510.63” I want to share the work of Do Ho Suh with my students because I found inspiration in the way he represents the idea of “home” in his art. In this artwork, we can take a look at the different spaces the artist has lived in throughout his life and we can discuss the possible meanings behind the way he made them transparent and layered within one another.

Artist Do-Ho Suh’s ghostly fabric sculptures explore the meaning of home One of our favorite contemporary artists has just come out with his largest work to date. Do Ho Suh is a Korean sculptor and installation artist who’s known for his thought-provoking

Seo, Do ho

seoul home / seoul home' from 'home within home', do ho suh, 2012 silk, metal armature all images courtesy leeum, samsung museum of art and the artist


Recycled: Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster - I do like work with a bit of lighting & shadows!