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Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. 14, 1960' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)  I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind.  Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually very purposeful.

Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. 14, 1960' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind. Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually very purposeful.

I don't think it's there any more but if I find one, I would love to experience this....

I don't think it's there any more but if I find one, I would love to experience this....

Sheer will: Artist Do-Ho Suh's ghostly fabric sculptures explore the meaning of home | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine

Sheer will: Artist Do-Ho Suh's ghostly fabric sculptures explore the meaning of home | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art | Humlebæk, Denmark | Danish Architects Vilhelm Wohlert and Jørgen Bo |1958 #gardendesign #architecture

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art | Humlebæk, Denmark | Danish Architects Vilhelm Wohlert and Jørgen Bo |1958 #gardendesign #architecture

TORAFU's Haunted Play House At The Museum Of Contemporary Art In Tokyo | http://www.yatzer.com/torafu-haunted-house-mot

TORAFU's Haunted Play House At The Museum Of Contemporary Art In Tokyo | http://www.yatzer.com/torafu-haunted-house-mot

My work is a form of psychoanalysis, It is a way of coming to grips with my anxiety and fears. It is an attempt to be a better personal. There is a lot of ambivalence in the work. There are many hanging pieces, which signify a fragile state. There are pieces that oscillate and rock, which also convey  fragility. We all have pink days and blue days. I am trying to seek a balance between the extremes that I feel. I want to be reasonable. — Louise Bourgeois, 2007

My work is a form of psychoanalysis, It is a way of coming to grips with my anxiety and fears. It is an attempt to be a better personal. There is a lot of ambivalence in the work. There are many hanging pieces, which signify a fragile state. There are pieces that oscillate and rock, which also convey fragility. We all have pink days and blue days. I am trying to seek a balance between the extremes that I feel. I want to be reasonable. — Louise Bourgeois, 2007

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