Roy Lichtenstein, Nudes Series16 Feb - 30 Apr 2020 Based on 'Love' and 'Girl' comic-book illustrations, not live models, Nudes Series published in 1994 were artist's first images of the subject. Soon thereafter he explored the theme in his paintings. The series, which consist of six images and three states, also contains iconographic references to others of his earlier works: The Mirrors, Imperfects, Waterlilies, and Interiors.
Nude Series comprise of nine screenprints were produced at Tyler Graphics, Mount Kisco, New York and are recorded in the second volume of the catalogue raisonné of the artist's prints (Corlett). As well as using hand-cut stencils to produce his trademark Benday dots in irregularly shaped pieces, Lichtenstein employed computer-generated dye-cut stencils, produced by Swan Engraving, for some of the areas of dots and patterns in these prints.
Unknown Warhol: The Drag Queens15 Jan - 15 Feb 2020 The exhibition features a little known series of drag queens by Andy Warhol titled 'Ladies and Gentlemen. These works were commissioned by the Italian art dealer Luciano Anselminoin 1975 and first exhibited in Ferrara in Italy. It is one of Warhol's biggest series of works but probably the least know....
Roy Lichtenstein10 - 31 Jan 2012 In the final years of his life, Lichtenstein took up the theme of the nude - one of the major subjects in the history of visual art - and it became an important part of his late work. As well as series of prints, Lichtenstein made paintings on the subject...
Andy Warhol, The Empire,Courtesy of the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh 9 - 15 Oct 2006 Black and white, silent, 8 hours 5 minutes at 16 framers per second Andy Warhol made one of his most famous and controversial films, Empire, between 25 and 26 July, 1964. Aiming his camera out of a window of the Time-Life Building, he recorded the Empire State Building for six...
Auguste RodinIn association with musée Rodin, Paris 21 Jun - 5 Dec 2006 PREFACE A major exhibition on the theme of the relations between Rodin and Great Britain will be held at the Royal Academy of Art in September 2006. At the same time as this event, the Rodin Museum, in partnership with Coskun will present in London about forty original bronzes intended...