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Need An Artsy Halloween Costume Inspiration?

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Need An Artsy Halloween Costume Inspiration?

Halloween’s coming! Have you already got a costume? Do you want to emphasize your passion for art but are bored with the usual Frida Kahlo mono-brow?  How about an artsy Halloween costume like…

Dada Costume

Hugo Ball reading "Karawane" at the Club Voltaire, 1916, artsy halloween costume

Hugo Ball reading “Karawane” at the Club Voltaire, 1916

Bauhaus costume

Oscar Schlemmer, Triadic Ballet, 1916, artsy halloween costume

Oscar Schlemmer, Triadic Ballet, 1920s

Klimt costume

Pauline Hamilton's photograph of Gustav Klimt, ca. 1909, artsy halloween costume

Pauline Hamilton’s photograph of Gustav Klimt, ca. 1909

Lautrec costume

Henri de Tolouse- Lautrec, photo taken by Maurice Guibert ca. 1890s, artsy halloween costume

Henri de Tolouse- Lautrec, photo taken by Maurice Guibert ca. 1890s

Constructivist costume

Alexander Rodchenko, Caricature Showing Osip Brik, Private collection, © Rodchenko’s Archive, 2011, ProLitteris, Zurich, artsy halloween costume

Alexander Rodchenko, Caricature Showing Osip Brik, Private collection, © Rodchenko’s Archive, 2011, ProLitteris, Zurich

Surrealist costume

René Magritte, 1965, artsy halloween costume

René Magritte, 1965. Source: theartstory.org

Marina costume

Marina Abramović, Portrait with Scorpion (Closed Eyes), 2005, artsy halloween costume

Marina Abramović, Portrait with Scorpion (Closed Eyes), 2005

Cremaster costume

Matthew Barney, Cremaster 4, 1994. Still image, artsy halloween costume

Matthew Barney, Cremaster 4, 1994. Still image

Magda, art historian and Italianist, she writes about art because she cannot make it herself. She loves committed and political artists like Ai Weiwei or the Futurists; like Joseph Beuys she believes that art can change us and we can change the world.

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