Sherrie Levine - Green Skull, 2012

Sherrie Levine

Sculpture, Photography, Postmodernism, Neo-Conceptual Art, Drawing, Appropriation art
Pierre Huyghe - A Journey That Wasn't
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Bringing together works from more than 20 seminal artists, The Broad explores complex representations of time and it's passage in A Journey That Wasn't.

Cindy Sherman - Untitled Film Still #53, 1980, reprinted 1998
Photography   |   Elena Martinique

Decoding the roles that images play in an image-oriented culture, the work of Pictures Generation artists seems even more relevant than it ever was.

Sherrie Levine - Cutting the pies and cakes at the barbeque dinner-Pie-Town-New-Mexico-Fair (detail)
Photography, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

A consequential artist of Postmodernism, Sherrie Levine continues to explore the notions of authenticity and originality in her latest body of work.

Frieze New York 2017 1
Art Fairs, Exhibition Reviews   |   Zachary Small

Many takes on Donald Trump but also a more welcoming, versatile approach, characterize the 2017 Frieze New York as one of this year's highlight art events.

Exhibition Announcements   |   Silka P

Whitney Museum is proud to present the dominance of the 80s paintings. Explore the celebrated and less known painters of this period whose images still amaze us.

Sherrie Levine - Beach Ball after Lichtenstein, 2015
Exhibition Announcements   |   Bob Lansroth

Sherrie Levine makes her debut exhibition at David Zwirner, showcasing a new body of work created in her signature appropriation style

ADDA Art Show 2016
Collectors' Tip, Art Fairs   |   Angie Kordic

The ADAA Art Show returns to New York City this March for yet another showcase of selected exhibitions presented by the world's most prominent galleries

Theirry Guetta - Run DMC, 2011

How has the Appropriation Art progressed over the years, and what kind of legal implications has it brought to the modern society and their artists?