Tag Archives: Andy Warhol

The Walker Curates the News: 10.05.15

The Walker Curates the News: 10.05.15

The title alone—Empty Lot—conjures an urban outdoorsiness, but beyond that, details of Abraham Cruzvillegas’ s installation for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, opening October 13, remain under wraps. A request by Tate to …

Gimme Shelter: Performance Now

“Art Is What You Can Get Away With”: Intervening Warhol with Miguel Gutierrez

Gimme Shelter: Performance Now

“Art Is What You Can Get Away With”: Intervening Warhol with Miguel Gutierrez

Marissa Perel interviews choreographer Miguel Gutierrez following his performance-slash-guided tour of “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

On View Now

On View Now | Andy Warhol and the Anxiety of Effluence

On View Now

On View Now | Andy Warhol and the Anxiety of Effluence

Max Weintraub reviews the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years,” which aims to account for Warhol’s influence on other artists.

On View Now

On View Now | I See A Darkness: Warhol and Lichtenstein, Shadows and Mirrors en Abyme

On View Now

On View Now | I See A Darkness: Warhol and Lichtenstein, Shadows and Mirrors en Abyme

  “People are always calling me a mirror, and if a mirror looks into a mirror, what is there to see?” – Andy Warhol In the current exhibition at the …

On View Now

On View Now | Marlboro Men: Richard Prince Covers Jackson Pollock

On View Now

On View Now | Marlboro Men: Richard Prince Covers Jackson Pollock

  “I am nature.” –Jackson Pollock “We are all a combination of constructions and inventions, a mixture of truth and lies.”  —Richard Prince Richard Prince’s new body of work at …

Flash Points

The Simpsons Family (Art) Values

Flash Points

The Simpsons Family (Art) Values

It seems The Simpsons has something to say about everything, including the value of art. In “Mom and Pop Art,” a treasure of an episode from 1999, Homer is discovered …

Flash Points

For the Love of God: The Artist as Capitalist

Flash Points

For the Love of God: The Artist as Capitalist

In 2007, artist Damien Hirst exhibited a work at the White Cube gallery in London which is reputed to be the most expensive contemporary artwork ever made. Entitled For the …