Art Production Fund teams up with Barneys and the estate of Roy Lichtenstein to produce a line of accessories and homewares, including a revival of Lichtenstein’s 1966 dinnerware set.
Transforming still life subjects from flowers to coke bottles, fruit to cigarettes.
In a new show at MoMA, Claes Oldenburg is the gritty, gloppy father of Pop.
Pop Art usually brings to mind Campbell’s Soup ads and bright, cheery depictions of American culture, but Sinister Pop uncovers a darker side of Pop, the kind they don’t show on TV.
Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective displays over one hundred popular paintings, drawings, and sculptures from throughout Lichtenstein’s career.
Ed Ruscha is a key figure in Los Angeles’s ongoing battle for recognition as a center for fine art.
“This is the best moment of my life,” Yayoi Kusama told Whitney Museum Director Adam Weinberg. On the brink of a retrospective at the museum and the unveiling of a much-hyped collaboration with Louis Vuitton, the eighty-two-year-old artist is most definitely on the rise.