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Andy Warhol’s ’14 Small Electric Chairs Reversal Series’



Andy Warhol’s ’14 Small Electric Chairs Reversal Series’
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Featuring the swipe of a finger and paint in some places a centimeter thick, Andy Warhol’s Fourteen Small Electric Chairs will come to market publicly for the first time in 20 years on 11 February. It leads Bonhams’ Post-War and Contemporary Art sale at Bonhams New Bond Street with an estimate of £4,000,000-6,000,000.

The monumental canvas, which measures more than two meters high, is drawn from two of the most celebrated series of Warhol’s entire output.

Devised in 1980 as part of the Pop Art master’s Reversals series, a post-modern reworking of his best-known compositions, Fourteen Small Electric Chairs transforms the iconography from Warhol’s 1960s Death and Disaster series. As if he was re-appropriating his own signature, Warhol reconstructed the 14 electric chair paintings he had created for his 1967 Stockholm retrospective into a new and compelling work of art.

The work leads the carefully curated 11 February sale, which consists of around 50 lots, each selected to explore the different artistic definitions in the post-war and contemporary period.

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The Many Styles of Andy Warhol



In this 60-Second Gallery, view the breadth of Andy Warhol’s genius through four distinct works, including a 1962 pencil drawing, an acrylic on canvas ‘inkblot’, and a silkscreen painting from his signature Cowboys and Indians series.

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Laurence de Valmy Interviewed by Art District Radio, June 2018



From June 7 to June 30 the exhibition ‘Bunte Art’ will take place at the MUCA in Munich. Laurence de Valmy is exhibiting and has been interviewed to talk about her work. The piece she is exhibiting illustrates the special relationship between Andy Warhol and editor Hubert Burda, founder of the German magazine BUNTE. The exhibition gathers several contemporary artists who work on the relationship between art and media, and focuses on the history of BUNTE magazine. That same magazine inspired one of Andy Wharol’s works in 1983, ‘History and Magazines’, displayed at the heart of the exhibition.

Laurence de Valmy is a French artist who lives and works in Philadelphia. Her work reflects on the relationship between art and modern technologies, more precisely on the use of social media by artists. Her series POST shares the stories of famous artists through fictitious Instagram posts from the past. Her project was rewarded by an artist residency from the ESKFF at Mana Contemporary.
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A l’occasion de l’exposition “BUNTE ART” du 7 au 30 juin au MUCA, Musée d’art Urbain et contemporain de Munich, rencontre avec Laurence de Valmy qui expose une toile illustrant la relation particulière qui existait entre Andy Warhol et l’éditeur Hubert Burda, fondateur du magazine allemand BUNTE. L’exposition invite plusieurs artistes d’art contemporain sur la question de la relation de l’art et des médias et fait un focus sur l’histoire du célèbre magazine allemand BUNTE qui a inspiré une toile à Andy Warhol en 1983, History and Magazines, qui sera présentée au coeur de l’exposition.

Laurence de Valmy est une artiste française qui vit et travaille à Philadelphie. Son travail porte sur la relation entre l’art et les technologies modernes et plus précisément sur l’utilisation des médias sociaux par les artistes. Sa série POST partage les histoires d’artistes célèbres à travers des Instagram peints du passé. Elle a été récompensée par une résidence d’artiste de l’ESKFF à Mana Contemporary (USA) pour son projet.

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Anatomy of an Artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych at Tate Modern



This monumental work by Andy Warhol, from the permanent collection of Tate Modern, was painted just a few months after actress Marilyn Monroe’s death. Marilyn Diptych, 1962, is a celebration of her astonishing fame and a commentary on the impermanence of life.

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ARTWORLDGEEK’s INSPIRED BY: Alice Neel



Lil’ Timmy Rose looks at Alice Neel

In “ARTWORLDGEEK’s INSPIRED BY…,” Lil’ Timmy Rose (avatar for artist Tim Roseborough) discusses a work that inspires his art practice.

In this episode, we’ll look at the 1970 painting, “Andy Warhol,” by the artist Alice Neel.

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Para explicar el arte (XIX)



No hay que tener miedo al Arte contemporáneo.
La mujer que disparó a Andy Warhol se llamaba Valerie Solanas.
El que dijo esa barbaridad sobre el atentado a las torres gemelas de Nueva York fue Karlheinz Stockhausen.
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ELGA WIMMER PCC



Address: 526 West 26th #310, New York, NY 10001
Video Link: https://youtu.be/e-vBuogo76o
Artists: Alex Katz, Andy Warhol, Carlos Rolon/Dzine, Crash,
Donald Baechler, Donald Sheridan, Donald Sultan, Heide Hatry,
Hilton Brothers, Inma Barrero, Jeff Koons, Jonathan Singer,
Joseph Arthur, Mark Demuro, Michael G. Enns, Paul Solberg,
Scott Kilgour, Sheva Fruitman,
Exhibition Title: BLOOM / WILT / BLOOM
Exhibition Dates: April 12 – May 5, 2018
Gallery Link: http://www.elgawimmer.com/

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New pop art M. Piccirillo Felicità by Angelo Rossi



The imagination of others
is the subject I choose for my paintings.
With this work I intend to portray a new reality, a reality made up of a myriad of paintings, photographs, sculptures and installations created by a myriad of artists, painters, sculptors and photographers, with my works “tribute” I am painting Imaginary of others.

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