Katja Ruohonen

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Ana Teresa Barboza - Thread and Needle 2 hate the themes' angst, but I love the originality in embroidery art. So unusual, but at least the artist used to have the guts ! to protest what she thinks is going on.

The origins of embroidery can be traced back to the Warring States period in China (500-300BC) and to Sweden's Migration period (300-700AD), and some would argue that it hasn't changed much over the centuries:

Peruvian embroiderer and artist Ana Teresa Barboza creates embroidered natural landscapes that spill out of of their wooden frames, using threads of various size, color and length to invade our world

staceythinx:  Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza

Embroidery artist Ana Teresa Barboza creates land and seascapes that are part tapestry, part sculpture. The scenes have a feeling of depth due to the way that the thread cascades dramatically from the.

Kiasma - Jani Leinonen Jani Leinonen, Tottelemattomuuskoulu, 2015. (yksityiskohta) Kuva: Kansallisgalleria / Pirje Mykkänen

Kiasma - Jani Leinonen Hey you! Your pizza is Italian, your kebab Turkish, your democracy is Greek, your coffee Brazilian.

Jani Leinonen, tottelemattomuuskoulu

Jani Leinonen challenges us to question the structures and practices of art as well as politics and the world of education.

Jani Leinonen McSarcophagus

Jani Leinonen McPharaoh, 2011 From the triptych Once It Was Faith Now It's Hunger, 2011 Painted fiberglass statue

Jani Leinonen, McPharaoh, 2011, Painted fiberglass statue

McPharaoh, 2011 by Jani Leinonen on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.