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Photography by Matthew Henry


PICTURE OF THE DAY

Virtual World

Virtual World In London's Saatchi Gallery visitors using virtual reality goggles to explore an ancient forest. POTD 20181230 |

Romantic Horror

Romantic Horror Caspar David Friedrich's oil painting Abbey In the Oak Forest, 1810 depicts a group of figures carrying

History

History The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation was founded in 1937, and its first New York–based venue for the display

Wave

Wave Untitled (The Lower Half...), 2013 is an example of artist Ramyond Pettibon’s bold, scratchy painting technique.

Time

Time Time lapse photography by Asif Aman, a post wedding shoot. POTD 20181231 | Photography by Asif Aman PICTURE

Wooden Memory

Wooden Memory Grapes, a spiky cluster of wooden stools from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), is part of Ai Weiwei's

Ice Fishers

Ice Fishers Aleksey Kondratyev's 2017 photography series Ice Fishers is a visual study of makeshift shelters used by Kazakh fishers

Weather Project

Weather Project London, UK | An installation at London's Tate Modern in 2003, in the gallery's famous Turbine Hall.

Indian Waste Picker

The Body Shop unveil ... a piece of perceptual artwork depicting a female Indian waste picker in London’s Borough

Floral Explosions

Floral Explosions The introductory piece of artist Cai Guo-Qiang's The Ninth Wave performance, Elegy, chapter one of Elegy: Explosion Event showcases a

Less is More

Less is More Visitors see an installation by Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima titled "Mega Death" as part of the

Modern Interpretation

Modern Interpretation A relief of the sculptor Marcus Golter shows death as a selfie-photographer with a mobile phone in

No Taboo

No Taboo A woman looks at the huge photo of a wrinkled, old hand of the artist Karsten Thormaehlen.

Resting Giant

Resting Giant To French artists Ella and Pitr, the urban landscape is a playground where giants roam and space

Glass Tears

Glass Tears Looking almost like a film still, this cropped photograph demonstrates Man Ray's interest in cinematic narrative.




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