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Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe & Magnifying Transmitter

The tower was made out of large wooden beams joined together with copper gussets and bronze bolts. No ferrous metals were used anywhere in the structure because of magnetic hysteresis which would cause heating and power loss. The sections were constructed on the ground and later hoisted into place with cranes. When completed, it was a pyramid shaped tower having eight sides. The smallest dimension across he base was 95 feet, and it stood 154 feet high.
The man who never gave up.
Frank Gehry - Biomuseo 
Panama City, 2014
Frank Gehry’s first Latin American project soft opens July 11, 2014 after 15 years in the making.

via LA Weekly
My very first #artpurchase!
#SamFriedman - Untitled #71
is #mineallmine 
Special Thanks to @samfriedman and @librarystreetcollective
#artcollector #artlover #itsofficial
Abel Guzman - Kent

Jacob Dahlgren.
I love full bodied installations :
Pawel Althamer at Slaughterhouse on Hydra
via artiliketosee
Parker Ito
at White Cube Gallery
via curatedart

Jenny Sharaf

INTERLUDIO en @gbgarts hoy abiertosde 2pm a 6pm PAULO CASTRO, MONOCROMÍAS texto Susana Benko #tensopintura #art #arte #contempoaryart #gbgarts
Wuilfredo Soto - Composition of Lights II
Acrylic & Plastic on Canvas

Annette Messager is a French artist known for her large scale installations that incorporate drawings, print, and 3-dimensional objects. See more of her work at Dream The End.
Frank Stella, K.43 (lattice variation) protogen RPT (full-size), 2008 | Protogen RPT with stainless steel tubing, 144 x 176 x 116 inches. Courtesy of FreedmanArt. © 2011 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Gregory R. Staley.
Frank Stella

Frank Stella, Ostropol III, 1973
Source: www.abstractcritical.com

Frank Stella K.162 from Scarlatti Kirkpatrick series 2011  Epoxy resin, laquer