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Exhibition Of Andy Warhol’s Cars At The Montclair Art Museum

Montclair, NJ - As one of the most iconic and influential artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol has helped to define America. His signature images of such American products and celebrities as Campbell’s soup cans, Coca-Cola bottles, Marilyn Mo...

Andy Warhol’s "Sixteen Jackies" Expected to Sell for $30 Million at...

NEW YORK, NY.- Painted in 1964 at the heart of Andy Warhol's most historic period, Sixteen Jackies is a complex and extraordinarily rare declaration of the twin pedestals on which Warhol's artistic genius rest: ubiquitous public icons and serial imager...

Ragnar Kjartansson: Song at Carnegie Museum of Art

PITTSBURGH, PA.- Carnegie Museum of Art presents Ragnar Kjartansson: Song, the first solo American museum exhibition of Ragnar Kjartansson (b. 1976), one of Europe’s most exciting and influential young artists. The exhibition features a site-speci...

Group Show Investigates Themes of Surveillance Society at Aubin Gallery

LONDON.- A group show investigating themes of surveillance society curated by Fieldgate Gallery. “...we are reduced to an atomized pseudo-community of consumers, our sensibilities dulled by spectacle and repetition.” Grant Kester ‘Conver...

Abstract Sculptor Roy Gussow,Who Liived and Worked in Long Island City,...

LONG ISLAND CITY, NY.- Artist Roy Gussow was born in Brooklyn NY, Nov. 12th 1918. He wanted to be a farmer and went to Farmingdale State College, where discouraged by the repetition and lack of creativity of agricultural work, he changed his program an...

Deep Impressions: Willie Cole Works on Paper at Memphis Brooks Museum...

MEMPHIS, TN.- On Friday, February 11, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art opened an exhibition of 31 prints, drawings, and photographs by internationally recognized and award-winning artist Willie Cole. Organized by Patterson Sims, Deep Impressions: Willi...

Exhibition at Musee du Luxembourg in Paris Spotlights German Master Lucas...

PARIS (AP).- Like an enterprising Andy Warhol of the 16th century, German Renaissance master Lucas Cranach the Elder produced multiple paintings of the same subject, churning out strikingly similar versions of his trademark soft-edged nudes and angel-...

Andy Warhol: Behind the Camera on Display at the University of...

NEWARK, DE.- When Andy Warhol died in February 1987, he left behind a trove of almost 60,000 photographs, the bulk of them unknown to all but his inner circle. They consisted mostly of two kinds: 3 x 4 inch Polaroid images and 8 x 10-inch black and wh...

Belvedere Pays Tribute to Valie Export, a Pioneer of Media art,...

VIENNA.- “A lying truth. Feedback feed. A recording is made of melting ice, and then played back in reverse on the monitor. The end of the recording = the beginning. Chunks of time. Flow of time. Time reversal. Time repetition. Time dissolution. T...

Federico Luger Presents Franklin Evans’ Second Solo Exhibition at the Gallery

MILAN.- Federico Luger presents "times2," Franklin Evans' second solo exhibition at the Gallery. In this project, Evans moves forward with his research on time and repetition with an installation that, as in previous shows, will include painting, insta...

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