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| BLACK SQUARE | gianfranco piazzini |

| BLACK SQUARE | gianfranco piazzini |

Kazimir Malevich - Black Square, [1913] 1923-29; Oil on canvas, 106.2 x 106.5 cm (41 3/4 x 41 7/8 in)

Kazimir Malevich - Black Square, [1913] 1923-29; Oil on canvas, 106.2 x 106.5 cm (41 3/4 x 41 7/8 in)

pictures for cell phones - Simple patterns: http://wallpapic.com/for-iphone/simple-patterns/wallpaper-30255

pictures for cell phones - Simple patterns: http://wallpapic.com/for-iphone/simple-patterns/wallpaper-30255

Jim Hodges TWO WAY MIRROR, 2005 Silkscreen on chalkboard, with 2 boxes of chalk and eraser 24 x 18 inches

Jim Hodges TWO WAY MIRROR, 2005 Silkscreen on chalkboard, with 2 boxes of chalk and eraser 24 x 18 inches

Mark Rothko exhibition, Whitechapel Gallery, 1961, by Sandra Lousada

Mark Rothko exhibition, Whitechapel Gallery, 1961, by Sandra Lousada

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Inger J Grytting’s work is also linear and born of repetitive mark making, specifically thousands upon thousands of graphite line segments. Like Cy Twombly turned backwards, her work mimics the behavior of writing, but eradicates the need for syntactic meaning. The making of the mark is her story. And it is a relentless one.

Inger J Grytting’s work is also linear and born of repetitive mark making, specifically thousands upon thousands of graphite line segments. Like Cy Twombly turned backwards, her work mimics the behavior of writing, but eradicates the need for syntactic meaning. The making of the mark is her story. And it is a relentless one.

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