“Andy Warhol: Cars – Works from the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection” is now open at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los… Read More
Proving the interactive potential of analog mediums, Pop Art and Pop-Ups come together to create an epic moment in both… Read More
Commissioned on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the motor car, Andy Warhol’s uncompleted 1986/87 Cars series was to… Read More
Christie’s to offer two Andy Warhol screen prints of Queen Elizabeth II during Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Christie’s has announced two Andy Warhol screen prints of Queen Elizabeth II, on view within The Art of Literature: Auction Highlights… Read More
Shot Sage Blue Marilyn by Andy Warhol becomes the most expensive 20th-century artwork to sell at auction.
Christie’s Spring Marquee Week of sales began with the momentous sale of Shot Sage Blue Marilyn by Andy Warhol, selling for $195… Read More
Christie’s expects Andy Warhol’s “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn” (1964) to become the most expensive 20th-century artwork to sell at auction… Read More
Celebrating one of the most important artists of the modern era, Kidrobot and The Andy Warhol Foundation have teamed up… Read More
This November, Christie’s New York is are to present Andy Warhol’s seminal portrait of Jean-Michel Basquiat as a leading highlight of its 20th Century Evening Sale (estimate on request; in excess of $20 million)
The TASCHEN sale has started with up to a 75% discount here are our Top 5 choices
An Andy Warhol original print was one of the items left behind in Travelodge hotels in Norwich (there are three) in 2020.
Dear Keith will present 140+ works of art and objects from Haring’s personal collection, all on offer from the Keith Haring Foundation – an organization established by the artist shortly before his death in 1990 from HIV/AIDS-related causes. Haring’s collection features works gifted to, purchased by and traded with Haring among friends and artists in his community, including Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf, and many more.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has released a limited-production of artist-designed face masks in response to the COVID-19 safety and health guidelines.
Opening Thursday 18th June, and curated by Lawrence Van Hagen, WHAT’S UP TWENTY TWENTY is an exhibition and art sale for our time, one that challenges the physical exhibition space as we know it and releases viewers from the confines of one gallery in one location.