el rostro y la máscara
Un lugar de reflexión entorno al gesto y la expresión del rostro, la identidad y el comportamiento.
el rostro y la máscara
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likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
likeafieldmouse:

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces (2009)
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themagicfarawayttree:

Máscara de turquesa teotihuacana. Período Clásico. Altiplano Central Mexicano. Teotihuacan México.
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Maison Martin Margiela SS09
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janemba:


Gary Hume 
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attarhk:

Anaglyphic | 2014A study of shapes and angles of a face, highlighted by lines and triangles. The anaglyph 3D effect illustrates the many angles the face forms in various perspectives.
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artlog:

"Mapping the Invisible"
British-born artist Rachel Garrard creates a range of multi-disciplinary work that explores the great unknown, looking to quantum physics and other theories of the universe for inspiration and guidance.

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artlog:

"Mapping the Invisible"
British-born artist Rachel Garrard creates a range of multi-disciplinary work that explores the great unknown, looking to quantum physics and other theories of the universe for inspiration and guidance.

Read More
artlog:

"Mapping the Invisible"
British-born artist Rachel Garrard creates a range of multi-disciplinary work that explores the great unknown, looking to quantum physics and other theories of the universe for inspiration and guidance.

Read More
artlog:

"Mapping the Invisible"
British-born artist Rachel Garrard creates a range of multi-disciplinary work that explores the great unknown, looking to quantum physics and other theories of the universe for inspiration and guidance.

Read More
artlog:

"Mapping the Invisible"
British-born artist Rachel Garrard creates a range of multi-disciplinary work that explores the great unknown, looking to quantum physics and other theories of the universe for inspiration and guidance.

Read More
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elpasha71:

2nd century, Roman empire. Terra cotta.
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historical-nonfiction:

A 1947 invention to cure hangovers. No, seriously.