I found this piece in the Tate Modern and I don’t know what the artist’s intention was but to me it profoundly reflects my struggle with dermatillomania. I feel like it just captures the illness perfectly so I thought I’d show you guys
Motion and graphic designer Joey Camacho is known for his innovative, 3D illustrations, which project an object frozen in motion and time. Since 2014, Camacho has set out to create a new digital piece daily in an Cinema 4D art-making project, titled “Progress Before Perfection.” Blending industrial design with a high quality futuristic quality, Camacho’s work doesn’t devoid vitality, which is often neglected in contemporary designs. Camacho’s range of abstract work is found on his Raw & Rendered Tumblr.
A photograph looking up at the Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace. It is a marble structure of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory) which is prominently displayed at the Louvre, Paris.
This painting by Cy Twombly, born today in 1928, displays his signature wild scribbles. “It’s a style that looks like an absolutely anti-style, and a lot of people might even bring up the question, why is this even painting?” says Ann Temkin, Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture. “For Twombly and for every other modern artist, what mattered was to come up with something original that did not look like all the painting that came before it.”
[Installation view. Cy Twombly. Academy. New York 1955. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Mary Sisler bequest, Richard S. Zeisler bequest, and gift of Mrs. Sam A. Lewisohn (all by exchange)]