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Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013

‘Express Talk’ at Milwaukee Art Museum

 The Milwaukee Art Museum’s exhibition on American painter Thomas Sully is drawing its last breath on Jan. 5. Not sold? Perhaps the Thursday, Dec. 19, 30-minute, “Express Talk,” on some subjects of Sully’s celebrated portraits
12.16.2013 | 127 days ago | Posted at 02:59 PM
By Tyler Friedman
Tyler Friedman: “Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century” by Andy Warhol is not the gathering of assorted portraits; rather, it was conceived of as a sort of suite. It was commissioned as a body of works. I thought we should begin with a bit of background about the canvases.  Molly Dubin: It’s really rather interesting doing research about the exhibit and all the writings that h...
Monday, Dec. 9, 2013

Exhibit opens at Jewish Museum

 Pop Art ennobled pop culture. This is its enduring legacy. No one could turn Campbell’s Soup Cans into icons of modern art like Andy Warhol. Much of Warhol’s work plays with the theme of the mass media’s mass production
10.25.2011 | | Posted at 12:14 AM

Alchemist Theatre begins soft-sell marketing campaign for 15 MINUTES

By Russ Bickerstaff
About twenty years ago, my father was Assistant Artistic Director of the Organic Theatre in Chicago. At the time they were in the early planning stages of working on developing a project—a play about Ultra Violet. This particular Ultra Violet was an artist who was a part of Warhol’s Factory who had appeared in a few of his films. The project never quite got off the ground, (or if it had, I h...
Friday, Oct. 30, 2009

October 30

...open to all creatives, to socialize, network, drink and eat. Live music and great food by 4 area restaurants. 10% of the door proceeds go to One Heartland...
Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2009

Milwaukee Art Museum features iconic artist’s later work

Best known as a painter of Campbell’s Soup cans and celebrity portraits almost 50 years ago, Andy Warhol and his work seem innocuous nowadays. His iconographic language has become so integrated into contemporary America’s visual landscape that it is easy to overlook his role as one of its architects. But by blurring the lines...
Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Today @ the David Barnett Gallery

Through April 12, the David Barnett Gallery continues its American Pop Art exhibit. More than 30 choice prints and paintings from Barnett's private collection are featured, including works by some of the movement’s most celebrated artists, such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Wayne Thiebaud and Robert . . .

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