1. Young Woman

    Nikolai Fechin

  3. Minotaur 3, 2011

    acrylic on panel

    Rick Bartow

  4. 800 year old cartoon

    The roof painting of 11th century Ål stave church. The church was demolished in the 1880s, but the roof is placed at Historic Museum in Oslo.

    Geir Halvorsen


  6. Consider the reality of our experience. We live in the imagination. For us, humans, no action or event is ever just itself. It is always a component in mental representations of the natural and social order, extending over time. All our actions take place within imaginative structures that include our vision of the world and our place in the world - our internal conflicts and concerns, our relations to other people, our relations to nature, and our relations to whatever spiritual forces we imagine might exist. We live in communities that consist not just of the people with whom we come directly into contact but with memories of the dead, traditions of our ancestors, our sense of connection with generations yet unborn, and with every person, living or dead, who joins with us in imaginative structures - social, ideological, religious, or philosophical - that subordinate our individual selves to some collective body. Our sense of our selves derives from our myths and artistic traditions, from the stories we tell, the songs we sing, and the visual images that surround us. (Joe Carroll)

  7. Vierge noire Notre-Dame du Puy-en-Velay1778

    gravure de Veyrenc

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    mixed media

    Alexander Domanov

  10. The stranger within, 2007

    collage on paper

    Javier Rodriguez


    Alessandro Bavari

  14. Temporality

    Caitlin Karolczak