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Blockbuster Andy Warhol Exhibition Announced

A major exhibition of works by Andy Warhol has been announced. The Art Gallery of Ontario has announced a “blockbuster retrospective” that focuses on Andy Warhol’s personal life, reconsidering the social and political backdrop that influenced Warhol’s art. “While his pop works of the 1960s are the most famous, Warhol’s engagement with issues of identity, […]

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One Of Banksy’s First Commercial Prints To Go On Sale

One of Banksy’s first commercial prints is set to go on sale next week. Banksy’s Rude Copper (2002) is believed to be one of his first ever screenprints. It features a policeman in front of a wall of graffiti, sticking his middle finger up at the viewer. It will go up for auction with eight […]

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Newly Discovered Lowry Up For Auction

In one week’s time a previously unknown painting by L S Lowry will go up for auction. For seventy years Lowry’s painting, The Mill, Pendlebury, was not only lost to the world, the world did not know it had ever been painted. But last month it reemerged for the first time this century. Painted in […]

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Harland Miller’s Largest Solo Exhibition Announced

Harland Miller will have his largest solo exhibition to date at the York Art Gallery next month. Harland Miller: York, So Good They Named It Once will feature new and existing works including some of Miller’s best-loved works. Miller was born in York in 1964 and his series Penguin Book Covers and the Pelican Bad […]

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Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein In Unusual Exhibition

Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol are starring in a new, very unusual exhibition. Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, stalwarts of the Pop art movement, are world-famous for their instantly recognisable artworks. They are permanent fixtures in museums, coveted by collectors, and regular stars of exhibitions across the globe. However, a new exhibition at the University […]

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Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselman and Roy Litchenstein In Photography Exhibition

Andy Warhol’s photography is on display in a new exhibition titled Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman at the Worcestershire Art Museum. Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman demonstrates photography’s importance in the development and influence of contemporary art in the mid- to late- 20th century, and the “symbiotic relationship” the two forms […]

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Banksy and KAWS Auction Announced

In their first auction of the decade, Phillips will be selling artworks from two of the century’s most hotly-sought after artist’s: Banksy and KAWS. In a selling exhibition titled Ten Monkeys and a Dolphin: Banksy and KAWS, Phillips will bring together a total of twenty artworks from the artists, including both well-known artworks and some […]

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Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat In New Exhibition

Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat are brought together in a new exhibition highlighting their relevance in the digital age with their use of visual language. The Crossing Lines exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria celebrates the two artist’s lives and work, citing their creations as more relevant now than ever in the age of […]

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New Andy Warhol Exhibition

There are just two days left to catch the large-scale Andy Warhol exhibition currently running in Beijing. Along with Lichtenstein, Warhol is arguably the most renowned Pop Artist. In his lifetime he collaborated with countless celebrities, and artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat. His images of celebrities – from Marilyn Monroe to David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor […]

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Banksy’s New Artwork ‘Scar of Bethlehem’

In a few of days it will be Twelfth Night, and the Christmas decorations will have to come down. But the ones Banksy created will remain as works of art.   The Christmas period was a busy one for Banksy. First we saw his mural God bless Birmingham highlighting homelessness in Birmingham. He then unveiled […]

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Complaints As Banksy’s Mural Not Given Deserved Spotlight

After being kept under lock and key for seven months, Banksy’s Season’s Greetings went on display last week at the Ty’r Orsaf building in Port Talbot, Wales, with the council under fire for the organisation and scheduling of the exhibition.   Banksy’s eye-catching mural going on display, in what should have been a festive gesture, […]

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Keith Haring Art Work At Centre Of Legal Battle

An untitled Keith Haring art work has been at the centre of a legal battle between two New York art dealers.     Asher Eldman’s company, Eldman Arts, must pay a $1 million bill for a mishandled sale of Keith Haring painting worth $5 million, a New York Supreme Court judge has said. The art […]

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