Imagine if a little kid walked into a museum and painted a scene of a house with trees — on top of a Jackson Pollock, leaving a smidgeon of the Pollock exposed in the lower left corner. That’s just one of the many original and aggressive ideas you’ll find in Paul Kostabi’s paintings. Best known […]
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Dan Asher Biography 1947 Born: in Cleveland, OH Lives and works in New York Selected Exhibitions 2009 Bruckner Gallery, New York, NY 2008 Unrelated, Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK White Room and Project Dan Asher, White Columns, New York, NY (solo) 2004 Red Aurora, Galerie de Expeditie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (solo) 2003 Kunsthaus Muerz, Murzzuschlag, Austria […]
Fusing together found and invented imagery, tags and assorted objects Barry McGee draws on a range of influences including the Mexican muralists, tramp art, the graffiti artists of the 70’s and 80’s and the San Francisco Beat poets to create a unique visual language. The work has the strong immediately recognizable visual signature of the […]
Keith Haring was influenced heavily by LA2′s graffiti and many of LA2′s works are mistaken for Keith Harings.Within the past 2 years a collaboration Haring/LA2 of an Egyptian mummy sculpture traded at auction for $80,000. LA2 was discovered by Keith Haring in the early 1980′s and became his close friend and collaborator, traveling the world […]
The Phantom Firebug – 1982 Oil on canvas 36 x 24 inches. Author & formor Contributing editor for “Art in America” and correspondent for “Art IV Gallery Beat”, Mr. Robinson is currently editor of “ArtNet Magazine” New York, NY Exhibition History 1982 Metro Pictures New York, NY 1984 Piezo Electric New York, NY 1986 Metro […]
Post-pop Jessica Reynoza lays down some new mod for the modern world. These playfully edgy and colorful works are ready give life to room somewhere.
Education St. Thomas University, Houston 1974 – 76 Thomas University, Houston 1974 Museum of Fine Arts School, Houston Jean Kallina Solo Exhibitions 2001 Winston Wachter Mayer Fine Art, New York, NY 1998 Winston Wachter Fine Art, New York, NY 1996 Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York, NY Megan Fox Gallery, Santa Fe, NM Gina Fiore Salon […]
Through Wilfredo Arias brush a colorful and vibrant history is not only expressed but enriched and enlivened. In the tradition of Polke, Tapies, Bueys and Twombly, Arias infuses his artwork with humor, pathos and beauty. On his canvas; oil, acrylic, charcoal, and spray enamel find themselves communicating the immediacy of an urban and idiosyncratic environment. […]