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Jonathan Levine Gallery Phil Hale: Life Wants to Live

Paintings of Phil Hale have noirish atmosphere, characteristic of some gloomy, post-catastrophic, dystopian vision. Technology imagery are used in the form, both of presence and absence. Technological items that inform this iconography are contemporary and...

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Salon94 Bowery Paula Hayes at Salon 94 Bowery

There is a lot of ways to give meaning to the process of art creation. The revival of your connections with some of the aspects of life is what Paula Hayes is aiming at. “I don’t believe in an artwork unless it is alive” she says, and she is widely...

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30works Gallery Thomas Baumgärtel at 30works Cologne

Thomas Baumgärtel is an artist from Cologne whose work can be found at the entrance of about 4000 art museums and galleries both in German and international cities. He is the Banana sprayer. Cologne is a fourth-largest city in Germany and a home for more...

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Thavibu Gallery Thavibu Gallery is Representing Localities

Thavibu Gallery has hosted a lot of duo exhibitions of artists from Thailand, Vietnam and Burma (the name itself is the acronym for these places). The last duo that exhibited were Burma’s well-known street artists, Thu Myat and Wunna Aung. This year’s...

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Metro Gallery Australia JKB Fletcher: Social Portrait

One of the most significant developments when it comes to the art world at the early 2000s is the expansion of a new, independent art movement called hyperrealism. Although it was primarily associated with the work of artists from Europe and United States,...

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Mark Moore Gallery Jean Shin: Domesticated Landscapes

The understanding is said to be first disclosed to human beings through their practical day-to-day encounters with others, with things in the world and through language. Scientific paradigm comes later, and assume we should come up to those meanings starting...

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warhol's press andy portraits museum view Andy Warhol – Portraits That Changed The Art World Forever

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Andy Warhol and portraits – the collaboration with people of various backgrounds was the essential par of Warhol’s career. Some of these interesting personalities he welcomed in his New York studio, The Factory, and some he collaborated outside of...

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andy portraits view museum warhol's press Lenin – A Symbol of Revolutionary Change

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Warhol’s Lenin takes the leading role in his wide series of portraits – he’s the protagonist of Pop art declaration of the end of Fine art. Lenin is simple, poster-like representation. Warhol presents him as emerging from a black void, or...

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Mick Jagger – Opposite and Tabooed Emotions

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Mick Jagger, the Rolling Stones frontman, was another example of a pop-cultural icon Warhol was artistically related to. Jagger was a symbol of counter-culture, and Warhol was deeply implicated with the underground scene, and anything that was departing from...

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andy portraits view museum warhol's press Mona Lisa – The Most Parodied Work of Art

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“Don’t like this, he has just created brush strokes over the image. A child can do this just playing around”. This is one of the comments on the Warhol image of Mona Lisa on the official Andy Warhol website. “Of course any child could do this. Andy...

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andy portraits view museum warhol's press Moonwalk – The Momentous Achievement

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Already with his early artworks, Warhol was recognized as “The Pope of Pop”, in that time, an experimental form where popular subjects are becoming a part of the artist’s palette. With the story of one of the greatest achievements of the...

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famous paintings of women andy portraits museum warhol's Shot Blue Marilyn – Memento Mori

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Along with the Campbell’s soup cans, Warhol’s paintings of Marilyn Monroe, the ultimate celebrity, are the most popular works of his. The idea behind them is not shiny and light, especially if we take into account the fact that the most attractive...

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andy museum warhol's Mao Tse Tung – An Ambiguous Attitude

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Warhol showed a great deal of interest in the political goings-on of his time and historical events. Once he said: “I have been reading so much about China. They’re so nutty. They don’t believe in creativity. The only picture they ever have is of Mao...

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Pop Art Self Portrait 1986 – The Face of the Ultimate Pop Icon

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It was well known that Warhol almost inseparable from his camera. He ended up with numerous collections of photographs of people he took throughout his life. And we enumerated only some of the people that have found way to his paintings via photography. But...

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andy museum warhol's Liz #5 – A Muse

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Liz #5 – the name speaks for itself – one of many, fifth in the series. The number of paintings reveals to us that Elizabeth Taylor was a never ending source of inspiration for Warhol. And, as it appeared later, this inspiration led to never fading...

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Pop Art Basquiat – The Intimacy

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They were one of the most controversial art duos during the eighties and years after their death they still draw our attention. We could use the utilitarian arguments and say they were, in some sense, exploiting one another, but to exclude any romantic...

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andy museum warhol's Triple Elvis – A Phenomenon of Fame

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Elvis Presley, the icon of the 50’s, and a sex symbol, whose fame was overshadowed by other countercultural figures and performers in 60’s and 70’s, became not surprisingly a subject matter of Warhol’s work. Warhol was analyzing phenomenon of fame,...

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book city new contact Viral Street Art – When Social Networks and Street Art Meet

“We declare the world as our canvas” – that is the motto of the Street Art Utopia project, but it can also be seen as the motto of every single artist around the world who ever tried to or made an artwork out in the public sphere. Street artists are...

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