One of America’s preeminent Pop artists had a way with words as well as colors.
A new exhibition in Philadelphia stars a complex decade that continues to inspire.
The self-described "terrible employee" has managed to build a thriving business creating everything from objets to interiors.
Veteran gallerist and art dealer Michael Findlay is staging an all-out war against Art Attention Deficit Disorder.
The Pop Surrealist artist has collaborated with American Ballet Theater to imagine a disturbingly fantastical world of candy and pastries for choreographer Alexei Ratmansky's new Whipped Cream. The designs are now on view at New York City's Paul Kasmin Gallery and Metropolitan Opera House.
When a minimalist Dutch architect teams up with his art-and-color-enthusiast wife, the results are as edgy as they are sophisticated.
However outside the mainstream his work may appear, the self-taught painter was an art-world scenester and patron. A new retrospective spotlights his female nudes.
An extra-big collectible book takes readers on a visual journey through the British artist’s work, from his student years to the present day.
Working out of a stunning Aesthetic Movement townhouse near Gramercy Park, the dealer traffics in some of the most collectible post-war American works on paper available today.
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