Architecturally Designed

Starburst by assume vivid astro focus
$300
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A dazzling blast of visual stimuli, this piece hypnotically draws in the viewer with its colorful geometric pattern.
Roy 09 by Bryan Rowe
$250
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The lack of a definitive focal point creates the layering effect within Roy ’09 that has an intriguing effect on what is actually happening in the image. The reflection of the paint shops colors imposed on the Lichtenstein in the gallery create an interesting commentary on modern Pop art.
Wrapped Building, Project for #1 Times Square by Christo
$8,500
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An unrealized project, Wrapped Building, Project for #1 Times Square depicts the plans for a massive installation in the heart of New York City, one of Christo’s most ambitious proposals.
“Cool” — shuuurik
Wrapped Snoopy House by Christo
$5,500
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Given as a gift to the Charles M. Schulz Museum, Wrapped Snoopy House, Project for Charles M. Schulz Museum is a whimsical tribute to a 1978 Snoopy comic strip wherein Christo wrapped the eponymous dog’s house.
Minus 60'000 Double Plate 4 by Darren Almond
$1,200
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This double-plate photograph depicts the ruins of a bridge that once ran along the Siberian railroad, part of a body of work inspired by the work of Russian poet Joseph Brodsky, who spent seven years in a Siberian labor camp before defecting to the United States in 1972. Partially submerged in the snow, the dilapidated construction of wood and metal shown in the image marks the...More
Approaching Shadow by Fan Ho
$7,000
Ideabooks5
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In 2010, Fan Ho revisited negatives from the Hong Kong era that were never printed. By physically holding two negatives up to the light, Fan Ho would play with composition. Once he created something that pleased him he would place the sandwiched negatives on the scanner and digitize them together.
Arts and Architecture by Gerald Ratto and John Follis
$350
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Adapted from a design for the December 1958 cover of Arts & Architecture magazine with photograph by Gerald Ratto and cover design by John Follis, this print reveals Ratto's interest in industrial aesthetics and precise composition. Ratto's photograph for this cover featured the architectural model of the small Redwood Exhibition Pavilion by Marquis & Stoller for the AIA at t...More
Open Labyrinth (1) by Ignacio Uriarte
$550
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This work by Ignacio Uriarte was created using Microsoft's Excel software—normally a program reserved for crunching numbers, not fashioning works of art. The image draws parallels to the early days of PC usage, MS-DOS style.
Layers by Ivar Valgardsson
$350
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Lög (rautt ofaná) demonstrates artist Ivar Valgardsson’s affinity for using home improvement materials to create his art. Using fiberboard and house paint, Valgardsson creates a sculpture that explore the material and non-material aspects of art.
APF Edition [TK]
$6,500
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Josephine Meckseper's edition supports her monumental installation created in collaboration with the Art Production Fund. Manhattan Oil Project by Josephine Meckseper is the second installation at The Last Lot project space, on 46th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City. In Manhattan Oil Project, Meckseper will present two new monumental kinetic sculptures, each standing 25 f...More
Aquarium, Belle Isle I by Katherine Westerhout
$1,500
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Once the oldest and longest running public fresh water aquarium in the United States, Belle Isle Aquarium fell into disrepair when funding became unavailable in 2005. Katherine Westerhout’s portrayal emphasizes the architecture’s splendor as a symbol of Detroit’s lost prosperity.
“Aquarium” — Ramon Sanchez
Grossingers Pool I by Katherine Westerhout
$1,500
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The juxtaposition of unkempt grounds with objects of leisure support’s Katherine Westerhout’s belief in balancing opposing forces. With lawn chairs positioned for guests who will never arrive, Grossinger’s Pool alludes to the posh lifestyle formerly associated with Grossinger Catskill Resort while explicitly noting that its height of success has long since passed.
Wards VI by Katherine Westerhout
$1,800
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Wards IV portrays the fallen Montgomery Ward department store in Chicago. The artist has consciously incorporated balanced lighting into the work, as Westerhout believes that without dark there is no light, and thus no hope without darkness in her documentation of the abandoned building.
“A - art light” — bayseablue
Double Dynamo by Katina Huston
$7,500
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"I wanted to make shadow sculptures at first; flat rubbery forms that I could peel up from the ground and slap on a wall all sticky and abstract. I could make lots of them and pile car shadows up like so many 14 foot pancakes. Shadows seemed like the perfect byproducts of life; vital and mundane. I set out to capture them but like most art, it didn't turn out as expected. "It ...More
Dynamo by Katina Huston
$650
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"I wanted to make shadow sculptures at first; flat rubbery forms that I could peel up from the ground and slap on a wall all sticky and abstract. I could make lots of them and pile car shadows up like so many 14 foot pancakes. Shadows seemed like the perfect byproducts of life; vital and mundane. I set out to capture them but like most art, it didn't turn out as expected. "It...More
“bicycles” — theresanappforthat
Twister by Katina Huston
$650
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"I wanted to make shadow sculptures at first; flat rubbery forms that I could peel up from the ground and slap on a wall all sticky and abstract. I could make lots of them and pile car shadows up like so many 14 foot pancakes. Shadows seemed like the perfect byproducts of life; vital and mundane. I set out to capture them but like most art, it didn't turn out as expected. "It ...More
“rims rims rims” — daveveloso
Chicago (88-4-213) by Kenneth Josephson
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Chicago (88-4-213) hails from Kenneth Josephson’s series Books, a collection of photographs meant to alter the traditional interaction between a viewer and published material. These photographs present the book not as a vehicle for words or stories, but instead as a physical object to be explored in its own right. The abstract quality of the photograph exemplifies Josephson's i...More
Untitled by Robert Morris
$500
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This print illustrates a fragment of a labyrinth, one of the foremost themes in Morris’s work. Depicting the intricate maze in a stark, graphic style, creating a circuitous visual riddle by concealing the exit.
2028.08 [Rings] by Sarah Morris
$785
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Perfectly ordered and overwhelmingly intricate, Sarah Morris’s 2028.0 [Rings] seeks to abstractly visualize Beijing’s exhaustive regeneration efforts for the 2008 Olympic Games. Typical of Morris’s other urban grid works, [Rings] is painted with household gloss on a square canvas and employs vivid colors to express the dynamism of an ancient city undergoing its transformation i...More
Detail (Matrix) by Steve Keister
$600
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With its boomerang-like shape outlined in spray enamel, this work on paper echoes the aerodynamic appearance of the artist's hanging sculptures from the 1980s.
Untitled, 2010 by Thór Vigfússon
$500
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This abstract aluminum sculpture by Thor Vigfusson showcases the artist’s experiments with geometric abstraction. The artist has twisted aluminum wire into a serpentine tangle that plays with negative space. Here, Vigfusson ventures into three dimensions, a bold departure from his signature translucent wall pieces.
Untitled, 2011 by Thór Vigfússon
$1,300
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This abstract aluminum sculpture by Thor Vigfusson showcases the artist’s experiments with geometric abstraction. The artist has twisted aluminum wire into a serpentine tangle that plays with negative space. Here, Vigfusson ventures into three dimensions, a bold departure from his signature translucent wall pieces.
Breakfast Room at Belle Grove Plantation, White Chapel, Louisiana by Walker Evan
$12,000
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This sparely atmospheric photograph was the solitary interior view taken by Evans on a two and a half month trip to the South, and the antebellum plantation house built by slaves displays signs of disrepair and graffiti left by trespassers. The derelict room comments on the uneasy social history of the South, where structures of great beauty were built upon an untenable culture...More
City Wall by Wang Jinsong
$1,600
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According to artist Wang Jinsong, the camera is a surrogate eye, our eye. Each click is like a blink, a momentary recording, a souvenir of a moment that existed but is now in the past. City Wall-Beijing is composed of a thousand individual architectural photographs that stand together as an elegant documentation of postmodern city life in China. The work is a testament to the m...More
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