Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

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Oil paintings by Manuela Lendoyro

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Lovin’ these tiny ink-wash people that artist + SFMOMA employee Tim Svenonius painted on our office’s wall for the staff art show. There are hundreds of ‘em wandering the blank whiteness of the hallway, reminding us to take our time and slow down. :)

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Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)

Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 

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Featured Curator: Justin Ruckman

The cityscapes and industrial vignettes of Valerio D’Ospina are at once weighted with melancholy and alive with motion and energy. The italian-born artist demonstrates a refined technique that incorporates his distinctive emotive aesthetic with a masterful appreciation of the classic traditions.

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Sean Landers

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A few pages from my recent sketchbooks, mostly studies and drawings from out and about. 

I usually post these frequently on my instagram, @rupertsmissen, so head to that for more regular updates.

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Multi-layered Illustrations by Gaia Alari

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Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art

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Friedrich Kuhn

1967 and 1968/9

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Gellage by Michal Macku 

Since the end of 1989, Michal Macku has used his own creative technique which he has named “Gellage” (the ligature of collage and gelatin).

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