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02/13/17 -  The artworks created to emotionally move us need no explanations. We, the art critics, must recognize that sometimes, for the people in general, silence is more powerful than words. 
Sin Titulo, by Jun Kaneko (2010)
Sandú Darié Laver
Sem Título, by Luiz Sacilotto (1950)
India Sale - Christie’s India in Mumbai
Esto no es una pipa, by René Magritte (1928-29)
Technique: oil on canvas / Measures: 63.5 x 93.98 cm
Centre Pompidou - Paris
Carmen Herrera
Whitney Museum, New York
Study for a Clown, by George Condo (2009)
Technique: oil on canvas / Measures: 152.4 x 121.9 cm
Exhibition "Confrontation" - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2016
Untitled, by Mark Rothko (1956)
Black on Black N. 1, by Mark Rothko (1964)
Technique: oil on canvas
Cage 2, by Gerhard Richter (2006)
Technique: oil on canvas
Cold Shoulder, by Roy Lichtenstein (1963)
Technique: oil on canvas
LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Basra Gate III, by Frank Stella (1969)
Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
Who is afraid of Photography, by Stefan Heyne (2014)
Mujer, by Willem de Koonin (1948)
Technique: oil, enamel
The Peak Project, by Zaha Hadid (1991)
MoMA, New York, Hong Kong, China 
PH-143 (1955-H), by Clifford Still (1955)
Technique: oil on canvas / Measures: 287.66 × 391.16 cm
LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Composición 8 (Komposition 8), by Vasily Kandinsky (July, 1923)
Technique: oil on canvas / Measures: 140 x 201 cm

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