CRAPPY TAXIDERMY BibliOdyssey Morbid Anatomy tanta moda = troppa moda Disruptive Science: Brave New WorldViews reblololo reblololo.tumblr // in the instantly forgettable // Home / Message / Archive / Theme 357 notes 世界中歩いて印象的だったのは、「だらしなく歩くと繁華街に通じる」（中略）逆に、意志的に歩くと宗教施設とか聖なる場所にたどり着く。 (via petapeta) 332 notes Install Theme Memento mori Memento Mori(Remember that you will die) This page deals with the representation of Death in sculptures in Rome during the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries. The request for sculptures was mainly linked to funerary monuments. A visit to Galleria Doria Pamphilj in Rome which is still set up as a private property shows the lack of balance between the number of paintings and the number of sculptures in the decoration of a rich palace: while the paintings covered the walls up to the ceiling, the sculptures were limited to a few busts and antique statues, so sculptors had to rely on funerary monuments for their living. Because the rich were buried in the churches, they wanted a monument inside the church to mark their graves: the optimum was to have a family chapel, but this was reserved to a limited number of very rich families, so very often the monuments were just put along the walls or on the pillars of the churches. Tombs Valtrini in S. Monument to Pope Urban VIII in St Peter's S. Tombs in S.
archivetillmans Isa Genzken/Wolfgang Tillmans, Science Fiction/hier und jetzt zufrieden sein, 2001 (collaboration). Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie, 2008, Schenkung der Friedrich Christian Flick Collection, © Isa Genzken/Wolfgang Tillmans. Foto Roman März, Berlin. Wolfgang Tillmans, Venus transit, 2004, © Wolfgang Tillmans. Courtesy Galerie Buchholz, Cologne/Berlin. Wolfgang Tillmans, Alex & Lutz back, 1992, © Wolfgang Tillmans. Wolfgang Tillmans, Headlight (a), 2012, © Wolfgang Tillmans. Wolfgang Tillmans, in flight astro (ii), 2010, © Wolfgang Tillmans. Wolfgang Tillmans, Ushuaia Lupine (a), 2010, © Wolfgang Tillmans. Moderna Museet Slupskjulsvägen + 08-519 552 00 StockholmWolfgang Tillmans October 6, 2012-January 20, 2013 Wolfgang Tillmans is one of the leading artists of his generation and is constantly in the public eye, with exhibitions all over the world. “Wolfgang Tillmans is one of today’s most prominent artists. Wolfgang Tillmans works in Berlin and London.