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BY JOSEPH KOSUTH (Toledo, 1945), Self-described twice (Cobalt blue) , 1966, cobalt blue neon, H: 30.2cm x W: 246.9 cm, Galerie Philomene Magors, Berlin. the concept behind this work is simple, however paradoxical. A sentence is repeated twice, the identical sentence, and placed one on top of the other. It states its obvious nature, "A Sentence Self-Described Twice". The viewer feels as though the artwork has no meaning, however it actually does. The work of art here is the idea, and the neon…

BY JOSEPH KOSUTH (Toledo, 1945), Self-described twice (Cobalt blue) , 1966, cobalt blue neon, H: 30.2cm x W: 246.9 cm, Galerie Philomene Magors, Berlin. the concept behind this work is simple, however paradoxical. A sentence is repeated twice, the identical sentence, and placed one on top of the other. It states its obvious nature, "A Sentence Self-Described Twice". The viewer feels as though the artwork has no meaning, however it actually does. The work of art here is the idea, and the neon…

BY JOSEPH KOSUTH   |  #JosephKosuth   |    2000  |  (564×756)

BY JOSEPH KOSUTH | #JosephKosuth | 2000 | (564×756)

BY JOSEPH KOSUTH   |  MEANING   |  #JosephKosuth | Titled (Art as idea as idea) (Meaning), (1967)

Joseph Kosuth, Titled (Art as idea as idea) (Meaning),

BY ANTONIUS BUI   |   EMBROIDERED SONG  |   Embroidered Song by Antonius Bui  | Like a lace words, Antonius Bui has carved this text into something solid, converting senses; hearing becomes sight. Words, thus fly from paper, not by the sound, but as sculpture.

Antonius Bui - Your song How beautiful is this feat of handmade typography? Antonius Bui meticulously cut the handwritten lyrics of a song out of paper, creating a sheet of artfully intertwined letters.

F.SCOTT  FITZGERALD AND ZELDA F.  |

Family album snapshot of Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, sitting on lawn at her mother’s home, January Alabama.