The Museum at FIT stages a widely anticipated retrospective showing of the looks of nightlife icon Susanne Bartsch
As the Met’s Warhol retrospective refocuses attention on the Pop artist’s vast influence, shows by Desi Santiago and Skylar Fein point to new horizons in the future of Pop.
Whether on the gritty Lower East Side or in the heart of Chelsea’s gallery district, the lustrous blondes of cultural history beckon to artists and admirers alike.
Whether models, drag queens, or world-famous celebrities, the subjects of Jeremy Kost’s collages and paintings draw attention to the labor of becoming that is fundamental to the human condition.
Given attention to the use of make-up in today’s art, perhaps best exemplified by MoMA’s Cindy Sherman retrospective, we invited cultural icon and Warhol Superstar Jane Forth to sit for an interview.
Third installment of drawings/ reviews by artist Yumiko Furukawa on gallery press releases of five notable New York exhibition, January/ February 2012.
Bibbe Hansen, daughter of artist Al Hansen, and a unique journey from her Fluxus foundations through the Warhol Factory to art in Second Life
Just as its majestic architecture and entrance—adorned with floor fountains and an airport-like glass pavilion that swallows natural light—never fail to impress, the Brooklyn Museum always has an eclectic and stimulating mix of installations and exhibitions on show.
McGehean’s Pop couture is crafted not from materials indiscernible to the average person but from the vibrant commercial images that swirl around us endlessly.
The most powerful design feature of Formichetti’s store is the fragmented mirrored space. It creates a kind of dazzling disco dungeon that seems to be on the verge of collapse were it not for the aesthetic energy within.