Arnfinnur Amazeen

Arnfinnur Amazeen

Arnfinnur Amazeen
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lawrence weiner - Recherche Google

lawrence weiner - Recherche Google

Simple in construction, yet profound in context, How to Make a Happening is Allan Kaprow delivering 11 rules on how, and how not, to make a Happening, an movement begun by Kaprow in the late fifties that is known for its unpredictability, open scores, and constantly-evolving form. Perhaps, one of the more astonishing values to this recording is that it reflects and informs on a movement that fifty years on has come be seen as a seminal shift in postwar contemporary art and performance.

Simple in construction, yet profound in context, How to Make a Happening is Allan Kaprow delivering 11 rules on how, and how not, to make a Happening, an movement begun by Kaprow in the late fifties that is known for its unpredictability, open scores, and constantly-evolving form. Perhaps, one of the more astonishing values to this recording is that it reflects and informs on a movement that fifty years on has come be seen as a seminal shift in postwar contemporary art and performance.

lawrence-weiner-1

lawrence-weiner-1

The Gfeller Document Case

The Gfeller Document Case

Best Made Company — Elkskin Chopper Mitts @Best Made Co

Best Made Company — Elkskin Chopper Mitts @Best Made Co

The Shawl Neck Sweater Coat

The Shawl Neck Sweater Coat

The Famous Faded Red Sweatshirt

The Famous Faded Red Sweatshirt

From the Best Made Workshop: Axes hanging Photo by Finn O’Hara A lot of people ask how to hang an axe and I never have a simple answer to that. We built these drying racks to hang multiple axes up and out of our way, but the end result makes for a nice display-especially when you get five, ten, twenty all hanging side by side. What do you call a group of axes like this? A gaggle of axes? A colony of axes? A pride, a bevy, a clamour? - Peter Buchanan-Smith

From the Best Made Workshop: Axes hanging Photo by Finn O’Hara A lot of people ask how to hang an axe and I never have a simple answer to that. We built these drying racks to hang multiple axes up and out of our way, but the end result makes for a nice display-especially when you get five, ten, twenty all hanging side by side. What do you call a group of axes like this? A gaggle of axes? A colony of axes? A pride, a bevy, a clamour? - Peter Buchanan-Smith

Chippewa Fall Winter 2013 ‘Original’ & ‘Reserve’ Collections

Chippewa Fall Winter 2013 ‘Original’ & ‘Reserve’ Collections

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