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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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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
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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.


Sir Peter Blake’s Commission | Bentley Continental GT

Bentley has teamed up with the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, to create an extraordinary one-of-a-kind Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible. Bentley commissioned Sir Peter to deliver the world’s first Pop Art Bentley, drawing on inspiration from the acclaimed artist’s celebrated career at the forefront of the famous British pop art movement. Bentley has donated the car to the Care2Save Charitable Trust, which provides palliative and hospice care around the world. Read more on our website:


Discovering Iran’s legendary modern art collection – DW Documentary

In Tehran, an extensive contemporary art collection, including works by Warhol, Pollock and Kandinsky, was put together by Persian ex-Empress Farah Diba.
For the moment, at least, this film may be the only way to view the legendary art collection in the depths of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMoCA). Some forty years ago, under the patronage of the Iranian empress Farah Pahlavi, the country purchased a gigantic collection of modern and contemporary art for the Tehran museum, including works by Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Gauguin and Francis Bacon. At the opening on October 1976, the Empress’s 38th birtay, avant-garde performance artists danced along the museum’s underground spiral walkway. A tiny elite celebrated modernism – in a country where 45 percent of the population was illiterate. After the Islamic Revolution toppled the Shah in 1979 non-Islamic artworks were banned. Artists and intellectuals fled the country. But the art treasures remained, still guarded today by the museum’s former driver. According to Kamran Diba, the architect and founding director of TMoCA, the collection mirrors the complex and fascinating relationship between Iran and the West. In 2016 the collection was supposed to be shown in Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, German Foreign Minister at the time, had championed the planned exhibition and Iran initially agreed to the cultural exchange. The idea was for not only Andy Warhol and Francis Bacon to go on display in Berlin, but also well-known Iranian artists such as the sculptor Parviz Tanavoli. But the Iranian authorities refused to allow the collection acquired by Farah Pahlavi to leave the country, and the cooperation contract between the museums was cancelled. The debate over the planned exhibition in Berlin brought much to the surface in Iran: the mistrust many Iranian artists feel toward the system of the Islamic Republic and their search for their own identity.

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Alors le Pop Art c’est quoi, de quoi ça traite, qui est vraiment Andy Warhol ? Toutes ces questions qu’on se pose quotidiennement, sans jamais vraiment avoir la réponse. Dans cette première vidéo de l’Art Comptant Pour Rien, nous allons nous attarder aux différents messages issus du Pop Art. Restez jusqu’à la fin, il y a des surprises ! 🙂

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New Pop Art M Consiglio Rosso 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.
The very same artist has become a serial product.


Better Know: The Starry Night | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

Sure, you’ve seen Vincent Van Gogh’s famed painting The Starry Night before. And maybe you know of him as a tortured soul. But let’s take a closer look behind this most recognizable work of art.

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Nathaniel Donnett I Can Show You Better Than I Can Tell You Black Vernacular

‘I Can Show You Better Than I Can Tell You: Black Vernacular’ a performance by Dark Imaginarence practitioner Nathaniel Donnett and special guests in conjunction with the artist’s exhibition ‘In One Form or Another; Verse One’ at Art League Houston.
Special Guests: Tyres Donnett, Lindsay Gary, Nick Muckleroy & Megan Sparks
Video: Ronald Jones
Photo: Alex Barber

Dark Imaginarence practitioner Nathaniel Donnett performance riffs on an African American proverb illustrating how words can’t always express meaning as fully as the actual experience. By showing you as opposed to telling you, the saying implies there is more space created to consider in terms of the context of something or idea as a whole rather than a fragment of that something or idea. Donnett presents a vignette of performances as a metaphorical EP (extended playing record) and a simulacrum of Black American music to form open ended poetic forms through sound, movement, imagery, and video allowing the audience to make their own connections regarding the ideas explored. Donnett explores concerns of identity, memory, Black American vernacular and expression, the binary of language in contemporary art and the commons.
Donnett lives and works in Houston, Texas, and is the recipient of a 2017 Individual Artist Award, Artadia Award, Idea Fund/Andy Warhol Foundation Grant, and Harpo Foundation Grant. Donnett has shown work internationally, including the Ulrich Museum, Wichita, Kansas, Kemper Museum, Kansas City, The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, The New Museum, NY; and the National Museum, Lima, Peru.