Mind Blocks 2009  by Marlene Dumas for her exhibition 'Against The Wall'  exploring the infamous walls of this Palestinian and Israeli border region of the Middle East.

Mind Blocks 2009 by Marlene Dumas for her exhibition 'Against The Wall' exploring the infamous walls of this Palestinian and Israeli border region of the Middle East.

Touch portarit drawings by Claud Heath

Touch portarit drawings by Claud Heath

Chris Offli.  'In Ofili's work the rhythmic patterning of painterly and cultural elements - sacred and profane, personal and political, from high and low culture - plays on ideas of beauty while also carrying messages about black culture, history and exoticism' Victoria Miro Gallery

Chris Offli. 'In Ofili's work the rhythmic patterning of painterly and cultural elements - sacred and profane, personal and political, from high and low culture - plays on ideas of beauty while also carrying messages about black culture, history and exoticism' Victoria Miro Gallery

Anges Martin, Wedding Cake.  Drawings exploring pattern, grids and repetition

Anges Martin, Wedding Cake. Drawings exploring pattern, grids and repetition


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Tales of the Conjure Woman, Renee Stout, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art

Tales of the Conjure Woman, Renee Stout, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art

CHRIS OFILI http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/chris-ofili/ #contemporary #art #installations

CHRIS OFILI http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/chris-ofili/ #contemporary #art #installations

Sonia Boyce, 'From Tarzan to Rambo: English Born 'Native' Considers her Relationship to the Constructed/Self Image and her Roots in Reconstruction' 1987

Sonia Boyce, 'From Tarzan to Rambo: English Born 'Native' Considers her Relationship to the Constructed/Self Image and her Roots in Reconstruction' 1987

Girl from Kaunas (Mädchen aus Kowno) | LACMA Collections

Girl from Kaunas (Mädchen aus Kowno) | LACMA Collections

Alexej von Jawlensky (Russian, active in Germany, 1864-1941), Head, c. 1910. Oil on canvas over cardboard, 41 x 32.7 cm.

Alexej von Jawlensky (Russian, active in Germany, 1864-1941), Head, c. 1910. Oil on canvas over cardboard, 41 x 32.7 cm.

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