All posts in Andy Warhol

Basquiat like you’ve never seen before…literally

Graphic novels innately cross the threshold between art and literature. Their style has been reflected by a number of artists over the years like Roy Lichtenstein whose blend of fine art and comic style has been inspired yet controversial to some. Another artist who has worked to unite art and the graphic novel is Italian […]

Tate Liverpool features Keith Haring in major retrospective

Keith Haring’s graffiti-like, minimalized figures have persisted even after the artist’s life was cut short due to complications with AIDS at the age of 31 in 1990. 85 of his works, which were relatable, comedic at times, and offered a comment on society, are now coming together for Haring’s first major exhibition in the UK. […]

SI Newhouse’s $150m art collection up for auction

Christie’s New York announced that it will be presenting 11 extraordinary works from the famous collection of Samuel Irving “S.I.” Newhouse Jr., expected to bring in over $130m. The amount will of course be led by the iconic Jeff Koons Rabbit sculpture, which could beat the artist’s auction record of $58.4m with it’s $50-70m estimate. […]

Gagosian Borrowed a Rembrandt for a Face-Off With His Roster of Artists

Gagosian’s white walls are the last place where you would expect to see an actual Rembrandt, but if you find yourself at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill between April 12 and May 18, you just might. Rembrandt’s masterpiece Self-portrait with Two Circles (1665) is on display at Gagosian thanks to a partnership with an organization that manages many […]

Bold Burger King Super Bowl ad features Andy Warhol

American football fanatics and those who tune into the Super Bowl each year simply to watch the ads witnessed a Burger King advertisement unlike any other. The 45 second window didn’t feature the comedy skits synonymous with Doritos, Clydesdales and Dalmatians like Budweiser, or scantily clad women associated with the fast food chain Hardee’s. Instead, […]