Marco likes to watch

Art, photography, fashion and all what's visually attractive. A blog curated by Marco van Lenten.

July 18, 2014 at 3:00pm
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Valerio,
Milano 2014

Valerio,

Milano 2014

2:00pm
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Matti Braun

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July 17, 2014 at 10:27pm
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GREAT GARDENS
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GREAT GARDENS

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3:00pm
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Danube packaging design

Danube packaging design

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2:00pm
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Tetsumi Kudo
pollution-cultivation-new-ecology
1971

Tetsumi Kudo

pollution-cultivation-new-ecology

1971

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July 16, 2014 at 3:00pm
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New Arrival at concretematter. This extremely rare find: an anatomical model showing the brain of the salmon. No doubt this is an absolutely bizarre, beautiful and unique object. 

New Arrival at concretematter. This extremely rare find: an anatomical model showing the brain of the salmon. No doubt this is an absolutely bizarre, beautiful and unique object. 

2:00pm
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Alan Aldridge

Alan Aldridge

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July 15, 2014 at 3:00pm
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Oskar Schlemmer’s Bauhaus-style Triadic Ballet
Schlemmer’s ballet, which premiered in Stuttgart in 1922 with music by Paul Hindemith, was the most widely performed avant-garde artistic dance. Informed by the Bauhaus school of thought, Schlemmer conceived of the human body as a new artistic medium and ballet as free from the historical baggage of theatre and opera. 

Oskar Schlemmer’s Bauhaus-style Triadic Ballet

Schlemmer’s ballet, which premiered in Stuttgart in 1922 with music by Paul Hindemith, was the most widely performed avant-garde artistic dance. Informed by the Bauhaus school of thought, Schlemmer conceived of the human body as a new artistic medium and ballet as free from the historical baggage of theatre and opera. 

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2:00pm
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Fashion by Sanlorenzo, 1972

Fashion by Sanlorenzo, 1972

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July 14, 2014 at 3:00pm
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Parallels: David Hockney, Caribbean Tea Time, 1987 x Dior Homme S/S 2015