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Tag: Andy Warhol

DAVID LACHAPELLE’S “MAKE BELIEVE” IS A 40-YEAR WALK THROUGH THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S LEGENDARY CAREER

On September 9th, David LaChapelle unveiled “make Believe” at Fotografiska New York, marking the venue’s first museum-wide takeover by a single artist and LaChapelle’s first major headlining exhibition in North America. A retrospective walk through the photographer’s monumental career, the exhibition features more than 150 works spanning nearly four decades. It juxtaposes reality and fantasy at…

THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY ANNOUNCES WINTER/SPRING 2022 EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

"A Trillion Sunsets: A Century of Image Overload" & "ACTUAL SIZE! Photography at Life Scale" Curated by David Campany, ICP EXHIBITION ON VIEW  January 28, 2022—May 2, 2022 THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY 79 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002 The International Center of Photography announces the winter/spring 2022 exhibition schedule, featuring two thematic exhibitions that…

THE ALMINE RECH GALLERY DEBUTS A SOLO EXHIBITION BY DR. ESTHER MAHLANGU IN PARIS

Dr. Esther Mahlangu  A Solo Exhibition Presented by Almine Rech Gallery Opening Reception Saturday, November 20 2021 from 11am - 8pm Exhibition On View November 20 - December 11, 2021 Almine Rech Gallery 64 Rue de Turenne (Front Space) 75003 Paris FR The Almine Rech Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition by globally acclaimed South…

NEW ANDY WARHOL EXHIBITION, “REVELATION,” TO OPEN AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

Andy Warhol, "Revelation" The Brooklyn Museum, NY November 19, 2021–June 19, 2022 Although Andy Warhol is one of the most celebrated and recognizable artists of the twentieth century, his Byzantine Catholic upbringing and its profound impact on his life and work remain a lesser-known facet of his career. This exhibition seeks to examine the iconic…

DAVID BENRIMON FINE ART PRESENTS “RETHINK AMERICA” A TIMELY EXHIBIT DISSECTING RACE, GENDER AND EQUALITY IN AMERICAN HISTORY

Rethink America October 15th - November  27th 2020 David Benrimon Fine Art 41 East 57th Street David Benrimon Fine Art has announced its fall exhibition “Rethink America,” open from October 15th to November 27th, 2020. In this unprecedented turn of a new decade, our era has become characterized by efforts to rethink America’s history and…

REMEMBERING THE WOMEN OF WARHOL’S WORLD

In the 1960s and 70s, Andy Warhol’s Factory in Midtown Manhattan was a playground for orgiastic artistic freedom, multi-media experimentation, and sexual expression. Warhol surrounded himself with enigmatic characters known as “Superstars”-collaborators, muses, and friends- all of whom played integral roles in his artistic vision and output. These artists, though they often exist only in…

REMEMBERING PHOTOGRAPHER PETER BEARD

The art world mourns legendary photographer, Peter Beard, the artist, socialite and writer, who was found dead in the woods of Montauk on April 19th. His most known work involves wildlife photography, but his legacy stretches out to include fashion, animal advocacy, and a number of books. Beard had been missing since March 31st 2020.…

THE MET TO EXPLORE 100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH ANN TENENBAUM & THOMAS H. LEE COLLECTIONS

Photography’s Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection On View: March 10–June 28, 2020 Location: The Met Fifth Avenue, Galleries 691–693 Opening March 10, 2020, the exhibition Photography’s Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection celebrates the remarkable ascendancy of photography in the last hundred years through the magnificent promised gift to…

THE WOMEN BEHIND ANDY WARHOL’S WORK TAKE CENTER STAGE AT THIS EXHIBIT

"Femme Touch" The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA Opens April 24, 2020 Andy Warhol’s stories are told and retold through his artwork, his career in commercial advertising, experimental films and avant-garde design. However, The Andy Warhol Museum will be bringing an alternative perspective to the visionary’s narrative, one that is centered around the women who…

“BASQUIAT X WARHOL” JACK SHAINMAN GALLERY EXPLORES THEIR COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP

Basquiat x Warhol June 1, 2019 – September 7, 2019 Opening reception: June 1st  The School 25 Broad Street, Kinderhook, NY Jack Shainman Gallery announced "Basquiat x Warhol", an extensive examination of the compelling, albeit complex relationship between two master artists during the final years of their lives. It will be on view from June…

THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE’S “NOW” ISSUE – COLLECTOR PRINT + DIGITAL EDITION

The Untitled Magazine NOW Issue Digital + Print Edition Available Now for Purchase! The Untitled Magazine's NOW issue collector's print + digital edition presents some of the most inspirational artists, musicians, and forward-thinkers of today. In celebration of a decade in publishing we focused on the individuals and the projects that are catching our eyes and…

“ANDY WARHOL: BY HAND, DRAWINGS 1950S – 1980S” OPENS JANUARY 22

Andy Warhol: By Hand Drawings 1950s - 1980s Opening Reception: Jan. 22, 2019, 6-8PM On view: January 22- March 10th, 2019 The New York Academy of Art The New York Academy of Art has announced a major exhibition of works from one of its earliest supporters: Andy Warhol: By Hand, Drawings 1950s -1980s. Co-curated by Vincent Fremont, Warhol’s…

ANDY WARHOL “FROM A TO B AND BACK AGAIN” AT THE WHITNEY

Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again Nov 12, 2018–Mar 31, 2019 Whitney Museum 99 Gansevoort Street Few American artists are as ever-present and instantly recognizable as Andy Warhol (1928–1987). Through his carefully cultivated persona and willingness to experiment with non-traditional art-making techniques, Warhol understood the growing power of images in contemporary life and helped…

THE UNTITLED SPACE PRESENTS THE LOSTS WARHOLS BY KAREN BYSTEDT

A series of Andy Warhol photos taken in the early 80's by artist and photographer Karen Bystedt pay homage to the inventor of pop art and emphasize a community spirit of international artists who have been brought together through the unique series, known as "The Lost Warhols".  The Untitled Space gallery has announced an online exhibition of…

TRIBECA CELEBRATED WITH ART, MUSIC AND DANCING ON SEPTEMBER 26TH

Since its inception is 2016, Tribeca Art & Culture Night has become a quarterly festival bringing together galleries and spaces attuned to emerging talent. Taking place in lower Manhattan with over 50 locations and open to the public, attendees can follow along with the map or mix-and-match in accordance to personal taste. The map contains…

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NYAA’S 2016 “TAKE HOME A NUDE” ART AUCTION BREAKS RECORDS

On Monday, October 24, the 25th annual "Take Home a Nude®" art party + auction to benefit the New York Academy of Art was held at Sotheby’s in New York. For the first time, the event raised more than a million dollars. Guests from the worlds of media, fashion and the arts attended, including Glenda Bailey, Francisco…

SONIA RYKIEL: THE LIBERATOR OF WOMEN’S FASHION

1968: the year of revolution in Paris! Beginning with student strikes and ending with a fearful Charles De Gaulle fleeing the country, the events of May 1968 brought France to a standstill. It was the Swinging Sixties, and French society was desperate for a change. It was amongst this atmosphere of rebellion that Sonia Rykiel…

PUBLIC, PRIVATE, SECRET @ ICP MUSEUM – NYC – JUNE 23 – JAN 08

"Public, Private, Secret" International Center of Photography 250 Bowery, NY 10012 June 23rd, 2016 - January 08, 2017 The International Center of Photography has packed up and moved to their new downtown Manhattan location on Bowery Street. The ICP Museum opened their doors on June 23rd with a new exhibition entitled, "Public, Private, Secret" which…

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