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Japanese pavilion at EXPO 2000 in Hannover
75 metre long barrel structure made of giant cardboard tubes and covered in waterproof paper.

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Louise Bourgeois - Cell (Eyes and Mirrors)

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Jan & Joel Martel - The Accordianist and The Harlequin Lamp 1930 by Marcel Bouraine. Source for both: sotheby.comAttachment 287074

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I first saw her work in the San Francisco airport. Truly stunning!


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Bernini's David. Apparently Bernini modeled the face off himself to get the expression of determination. (photo- www.metmuseum.org)

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Originally Posted by contiguous
Bernini's David. Apparently Bernini modeled the face off himself to get the expression of determination. (photo- www.metmuseum.org)
yhea I love this one too
the way he puts the space around the sculpture ín the sculpture and the way how he involve the watcher is magnificent and brilliant

I also love the pieta of michelangelo
It feels so true or something like that

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love bernini
used to be a bit indifferent to rodin, but really appreciated it when I went to the musee rodin in paris - seems like such a place you would want to spend your summer day in, reading a book or what not

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