Exhibits

ANDY WARHOL MOONWALK (TRIAL PROOF)
It is a widely held opinion among art critics that Moonwalk perfectly exemplifies Warhol’s talent for identifying iconic images and adding his own unique elements in order to create timeless Pop Art masterpieces. 
Marc Chagall (after) Couple in the Mimosas from Nice and the Cote d'Azur
The city of Bormes-les-Mimosas is featured in the original lithograph Couple in the Mimosas from the portfolio Nice and the Cote d'Azur by Marc Chagall. Bormes-les-Mimosas is a historic village situated on the hills in the South of France. It...
Julian Opie New York Couple 6
  “The walking people don’t address you, they walk past in profile oblivious to the viewer which gives them a kind of dignity, like an animal.” Julian Opie’s artwork is similar to pop-art. Portraits and animated walking figures, rendered with...
Pablo Picasso (after) La Corrida (The Bullfight)
Pablo Picasso’s  life-long fascination with bullfighting began during his childhood. The artist would frequently accompany his father to the bullfights hosted in Málaga, his native city. Pablo Picasso’s preoccupation with the bullfight remained a recurring theme in his work, exploring...
ANDY WARHOL VOTE MCGOVERN
Vote McGovern by Andy Warhol was created for the George McGovern Presidential campaign in 1972.  Andy Warhol’s ghoulish depiction of Richard Nixon with blue skin and orange eyes leaves no doubt as to the artist’s political position, even without the...
JONAS WOOD YELLOW FLOWER
“It doesn’t matter if anybody else is into these places. I have had a deep emotional connection to most of the places I select to paint. That is going to come across. There is a personal nostalgia I can feed...
ANDY WARHOL COMMITTEE 2000
“But I always say, one's company, two's a crowd, and three's a party” – Andy Warhol This beautiful screen print entitled, Committee 2000, is hand signed by the iconic pop artist. It comes from an edition of 2,000 total, and...
ALEX KATZ STRAW HAT 2
Alex Katz has always had his own direction, and it has not been the direction of mainstream art in any of the last seven decades. In the 1950s, when most of the serious art being done was abstract, Katz angered...
JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT SUPERHERO PORTFOLIO (RIDDLE ME THIS, A PANEL OF EXPERTS, PIANO LESSON, AND FLASH IN NAPLES)
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s appreciation of comic book superheroes was threaded throughout his body of artistic works  Batman, the Joker, Superman, Thor and Captain America appear alongside Basquiat’s iconic text and gestural marks.  In an 1983 interview for Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine,...
Roy Lichtenstein Shipboard Girl
As you look at the artwork by Pop Art star Roy Lichtenstein, a theme begins to emerge: women. Comic book women of the 1960s with the classic blonde hair and red lips. They are anonymous, beautiful and often unhappily bothered...
Andy Warhol Cow 1971
In the early 60’s, Andy Warhol declared “painting is dead,” and became fascinated with printmaking. He saw it as the way to make art in the modern world, and fully dove into exploring how to push the boundaries of this...
Alex Katz Reflection 2
“I thought to be an artist you had to be a genius or something. It was that 19th century idea…but with hard work, I got to be good.”  Alex Katz While best known for his bright, billboard-size portraits, Alex Katz has...
Charles Sorlier after Marc Chagall Femme au Bouquet (Women with Bouquet)
The first thing you see when you look at the lithograph  FEMME AU BOUQUET (WOMEN WITH BOUQUET) are the beautiful contrasting warm reds, oranges, blues and greens. Marc Chagall’s masterful application of color is always a treat to behold.  PABLO PICASSO once confided...
KAWS SHARE
Ever since his graffiti beginnings in 1990s New York – art has always been a communication too for KAWS. From street art to vast public commissions, he says, “it’s a chance to create a dialogue”.  Some might not take KAWS's cartoon-inspired...
Derrick Adams How I Spent My Summer (suite of 9 screenprints)
"I don't want to be a celebrity artist. I want to be known for my ideas."-  DERRICK ADAMS This suite of 9 screenprints, titled HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER, is a commentary on what Adams has referred to as the “joy of...
Roy Lichtenstein Crying Girl
In the 1960s, ROY LICHTENSTEIN created "fantasy drama" artworks of women in love affairs with domineering men. Artworks like CRYING GIRL portray innocent "girls next door" in a variety of tenuous emotional states. PABLO PICASSO'S depictions of weeping women may have been a influence on...
Banksy Stop and Search
“I like to think I have the guts to stand up anonymously in a western democracy and call for things no-one else believes in - like peace and justice and freedom.”-  BANKSY The Wizard of Oz is a story that is...
Andy Warhol Black Lenin
Communism probably isn't the first political movement you’d think to associate with Andy Warhol. The king of Pop art was best known for work that glorified postwar American consumer culture, from artwork of CAMPBELL'S SOUP CANS to celebrities like MICK JAGGER, and for his...
Heiner Meyer Masterpieces in Oils: Shell
"There is one thing that connects me with  PABLO PICASSO and ANDY WARHOL: We all like cars, but we don't have a license." – HEINER MEYER German Pop Art artist Heiner Meyer has been providing us with insights into our psyche and consumer behavior...
Russell Young Marilyn Portrait (Red)
RUSSELL YOUNG is a British-American artist best known for large silkscreen paintings using imagery drawn from recent history and popular culture. From an early age, he was powerfully drawn to the idealized drama of the American dream.  In school, he studied...
Keith Haring Flowers Plate 5
"Art should be something that liberates the soul, provokes the imagination and encourages people to go further.“  –Keith Haring Between flowers and sex there has long been an enduring link. For gay artists, in fact, the hermaphroditism of flowers – most have both pistils and stamens...