blind walls

from 'Zeitgenössische Architektur in Osteuropa', Udo Kultermann, DuMont Verlag, Köln, 1985


google "demoiselles coiffées"

demoiselles coiffées ('ladies with hairdos')
or hoodoos


ARS POVERA - germano celant - part 2 of 4

Ars Povera (1969, first edition, studio wasmuth, tübingen)

christmas tree worms

Spirobranchus giganteus, commonly known as Christmas tree worms. 
Each worm has two brightly colored crowns that protrude from its tube-like body.
The worms are sedentary, meaning that once they find a place they like, they don’t move much.


sunday afternooning

Sunday afternoon with Walter Benjamin 'Eenrichtingsstraat', 
Koenraad Dedobbeleer 'Compensating Transient Pleasurable Excitations' 
& Daan Van Golden 'Photo (books)'.


stuck in their heads

from 'Les inspirés du bord des routes' by Jacques Verroust & Jacques Lacarrière, 1978


Burgen am Rhein - hideouts in difficult times

from  the book "Burgen am Rhein: Rheinisches Land, Kleine Reihe"


The Joseph Boys

all work by Wout Vercammen


ARS POVERA - germano celant - part 1 of 4

I loaned this enormously beautiful black and white, thick-paged, carefully designed book from the library: Ars Povera (1969, first edition, studio wasmuth, tübingen), with one of the earliest texts setting out to describe Art Povera by Germano Celant. 
Celant made a very strong selection of the period's most important and innovative practitioners, such as Walter de Maria, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Stephen Kaltenbach, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Beuys, Eva Hesse, Michael Heizer, Ger Van Elk, Lawrence Weiner, Luciano Fabro, Bruce Nauman, Joseph Kosuth, Jan Dibbets, Giovanni Anselmo, Robert Barry, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Dennis Oppenheim, Barry Flanagan, Robert Smithson, Giulio Paolini, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Alighiero Boetti, Keith Sonnier, Giuseppe Penone, Franz Erhard Walther, Hans Haacke, Gilberto Zorio, Robert Morris, Marinus Boezem, Carl Andre, Emilio Prini, Richard Serra.

More images soooon !