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Ensconced in Kinglike Comfort, Mykonos Hasn't Looked as Ravishing

Ensconced in Kinglike Comfort, Mykonos Hasn't Looked as Ravishing

Pencil, Paper, Scissors… Paper Cut Illustrations by John Ed De Vera

Pencil, Paper, Scissors… Paper Cut Illustrations by John Ed De Vera

A Communal Spot for the Tiger Moms of Shanghai by Wutopia Lab

A Communal Spot for the Tiger Moms of Shanghai by Wutopia Lab

All-White by Day, Colour-Washed by Night: A Mexico City Residence Reinvents Minimalism

All-White by Day, Colour-Washed by Night: A Mexico City Residence Reinvents Minimalism

Patricia Bustos' Retro-Futuristic

Patricia Bustos' Retro-Futuristic "Wonder Galaxy" in Madrid

Krzysztof M. Bednarski, Marx – Prophet, 2010. Patinated bronze. Courtesy of K.M. Bednarski

Krzysztof M. Bednarski, Portrait of Karl Marx – International Klein Blue (Blue), 1998. Synthetic resin. Courtesy of K.M. Bednarski

Krzysztof M. Bednarski with his sculpture of Karl Marx. Photo: A. Konik

Courtesy of K.M. Bednarski. Photo: R. Sosin

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26 October, 2018 - 24 March, 2019

Karl Marx vs Moby Dick: An Analysis of Form and Demolition of Ideas

Krakow, Poland

A series of works by Polish-Italian artist Krzysztof M. Bednarski inspired by Moby Dick and Karl Marx, which he employs in terms of both form and ideas.

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