Pop Art

Andy Warhol grew up skinny and badly-complected, but more pertinently Catholic and gay (conditions noticeably conjoined in art history) at a time when being either wasn’t welcome in mainstream…
Gagosian is pleased to present an exhibition of sculptures by John Chamberlain (1927–2011). Curated by art historian Susan Davidson, organizer of the artist’s 2012 retrospective at the Guggenheim,…
Pop Art emerged in the United States and the United Kingdom in the 1950s. The work of pop artists often elevates seemingly mundane or mass-produced items and imagery as a critique of the fine art…

 

A MoMA conservator considers the missing pieces of Noah Purifoy’s assemblage "Unknown," and its relation to Pop art.

At a time when figuration is the dominant way of working in the international art world, New York’s Richard Taittinger Gallery takes a look back at an important figurative art movement in Europe in…
Marc Glimcher, CEO and President of Pace Gallery, announced this week that the gallery will begin representing Jeff Koons exclusively worldwide. Jeff Koons is among the world’s most influential and…

Los Angeles — Corey Helford Gallery is proud to announce their latest exhibition, featuring new series of works by seven incredible artists: Andy Adamson, Helice Wen, kozyndan, Rodolfo Loaiza,…

Learn about the art and artistic process of Rachelle Baker, a multi-disciplinary artist from Detroit, Michigan.