Tag Archive: Andy Warhol

Robert Mapplethorpe at the Atkinson

  Robert Mapplethorpe  is the subject of an exhibition at The Atkinson, a space located in Southport, England. Running from 15 December to 23 March 2019, the selection of photographs in ARTIST ROOMS… Continue reading

Comporta Bliss, By Carlos Souza, Charlene Shorto and Assouline

Continuing the excellent series on legendary summer destinations – Mykonos Muse and Ibiza Bohemia are remarkable coffee table books – Assouline publishes the gorgeous Comporta Bliss book thanks to the help of Carlos Souza… Continue reading

Sacred Noise at Christie’s in London

  Sacred Noise is a curated display currently on view at Christie’s in London and running until 21st July. The brilliant show explores themes of spirituality, religion, and faith with magnificent works by… Continue reading

Michael Jackson is literally On the Wall at the National Portrait Gallery

Michael Jackson (does he really need an introduction?) is the subject of an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery running until 21 October 2018. As kitsch as it sounds (and looks), this show… Continue reading

CK and Andy Warhol at Design Miami Basel

    The collaboration between Calvin Klein and the Andy Warhol Foundation was announced last year. In the presence of Raf Simons himself, Calvin Klein premiered its first installation at Design Miami/ Basel on Monday last week, a collection of limited-edition Cassina Feltri armchairs placed around an… Continue reading

One Basquiat on view at the Brooklyn Museum

  Japanese collector Yusaku Maezawa is generous. He’s lending his Jean-Michel Basquiat’s landmark painting Untitled (1982) to several museums in the world (rather than keeping it hidden in his safe). The Brooklyn Museum is… Continue reading

Fashion Drive at Kunsthaus Zurich

  An exhibition opening at Kunsthaus Zurich on 20th April will explore 500 years of fashion through the prism of artists’ works. Fashion Drive. Extreme Clothing in the Visual Arts will look at… Continue reading

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum celebrates prints

  The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis presents three new exhibitions exploring the modern and contemporary evolution of printed and editioned artworks. Spanning the mid-1940s through the… Continue reading


  The first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, presented at the Barbican, is sold out and will close on 28 January 2018. It focuses on the… Continue reading

Roy Lichtenstein: 1961-63 at Craig F. Starr

  Craig F. Starr Gallery continues to run Roy Lichtenstein: 1961-63 until 27 January 2018. The exhibition brings together a selection of early paintings and drawings which predominately share a black and white… Continue reading