Posts Tagged ‘Andy Warhol’

Culture Clicks

18Feb11

. Cindy Sherman at MoMA and Elizabeth Peyton at the MET (NY Times) Anna Nicole Reimagined at Covent Garden is Success (NY Times) Review of Lynda Benglis at the New Museum (NY Times) Dark Rebel in a Tahitian Paradise:  Gauguin at the National Gallery of Art (WSJ) Gagosian Buys Warhol Portrait in $99 Million Auction (Bloomberg) […]


by Caroline Newman Prism LA is currently featuring an impressive suite of Andy Warhol’s black and white paintings, highlighting his timeless critique of consumerism, politics, and religion.  Approximately 35 black and white paintings by Warhol from the late 1980’s are on display.  All works are done in Warhol’s signature high contrast style, but some contain […]


Warhol’s ‘Dollar Bills’ Fetches $43.7 Million at Auction (NY Times) Zaha Hadid’s Modern Lines for the Eternal City (NY Times) Some Object as New Museum Trustee Joannou Shows his Art (NY Times) MOCA Revs Up Chris Burden’s ‘Big Wheel’ (LA Times) Francesco Vezzoli Escorts Lady Gaga to MOCA’s Gala (LA Times) Christie’s Sale Brings in […]


Pop! An Empty Shop Fills with Art (NY Times) A Modern Artist Who Welded Both Pen and Brush (NY Times) ‘Personal Meditations’ on the Koran:  Sandow Birk (NY Times) The Travails of Plein Air Painting (WSJ) His Pictures Belie Lofty Words:  Jean Luc Mylayne  (WSJ) Van Gogh Hysteria, Kapoor’s Toothpaste Cannon:  Autumn Art Picks (Bloomberg) […]


Art Imitating Lunch at the Venice Biennale (NY Times) ArtHamptons:  Twice As Much Art as Last Year (NY Times) Where Art Meets Social Networking Sites (NY Times) Live-Tweeting from “Summer Scoops Live”:  Cai Guo-Qiang and Shen Wei (WSJ) Michael Jackson Portrait by Warhol Offered for $800,000 Minimum (Bloomberg) Sarah Jessica Parker on Bringing Art to […]


  East in the Eye of This Beholder: Kamrooz Aram’s New Orientalism (NY Times) Getty Ex-Curator, Marion True, Testifies in Rome Antiquities Trial (NY Times) Graffiti Artists Hold Panel With Old Nemeses in Blue (NY Times) Stories Found in the Streets: Paul Graham at MOMA (WSJ) A Victorian Novel Set in Stone: British Houses of […]


Brandeis’ decision has been met with harsh criticism from local arts leaders and the wider higher education community.  However, the decision does not come as a shock.  David Robertson, a Northwestern University professor and president of the Association of College and University Museums and Galleries explained:   “Clearly, what’s happening with Brandeis now is that […]


By Emily Waldorf This year’s annual fall Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art sales produced the worst results in over a decade according to Carol Vogel’s article in The New York Times.  Although over $600 million of art exchanged hands over the two week auction period, Sotheby’s lost a whopping $52 million from overly optimistic guarantees […]



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