truangles:

Pool Side by Diego Gravinese

Piet Mondrian: Composition No.VI, Composition 9 (Blue Façade) 1914
Foundation Beyeler:

Composition No. VI was painted in Paris, after Mondrian had made drawings of the side walls of houses on which the structures of demolished adjacent buildings could still be read. Such observed structures here become painted pictorial architecture. Horizontals and verticals have been made the common denominator of the internal forms and overall form of the composition.
saatchiart:

The Fall
Deniz Hotamisligil
United States
hyperallergic:

(via Remixing the Renaissance as GIFs)
By now it’s become a familiar trope: Photoshop or GIF something historical, say, Old Masters or old photographs. But just because it’s been done doesn’t mean it’s finished. And the elaborate GIFs that James Kerr makes from early Northern Renaissance paintings are a hilariously new take on the idea of remixing antique art.
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scandinaviancollectors:

A detail from the Matrix, by Keith Haring, 1983. The entire piece is over 30 foot long, material ink on paper. / Google
zeroing:

Maya Hayuk
smileperdiem:

Audrey Grendahl Kuhn
o-bloquy:

Symmetry (by Valerie Manne)
tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Eltons Kūns
Tumblr: theycallmeelton.tumblr.com
pixography:

Surreal Gallery
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