Posts Tagged ‘Andy Wahrol’

MOMA colorfull

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014


moma_colorfull_tom-wesselmann_great-american-nude_traffic-magazine moma_colorfull_roy-lichtenstein_traffic-magazine moma_colorfull_matthew-barney_de-lama-lamina_2014_traffic-magazine moma_colorfull_marisol-escobar_traffic-magazine moma_colorfull_claes-oldengurg_tartines_traffic-magazine moma_colorfull_andy-wahrol_gold-marylin-monroe_traffic-magazine

MOMA colorfull
Selected artists viewed at the MOMA… on the POP ART color fingerprints!
Photo by Pascal Gillet

11 W 53rd St
New York, NY 10019

André Morin 1961 — 2012

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

Covering more than forty years of Parisian artistic life, Andre Morain work is offered as a personal photographic view and historical chronicle.

5/7 Rue de Fourcy – 75004 Paris
Untill 16th of June 2013

Back to childhood

Monday, February 4th, 2013

i like hanging around at La Grande Epicerie where you can find a great selection of product that remind us of our childhood with an installation highly inspired by Andy Wahrol’s method style…

Photo. Pascal Gillet

La grande Epicerie du Bon Marché
38, rue de Sevres, 75007 Paris

Already—Made ?

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Jeff Koon Ice Bucket, Serie Luxury and Degradation, 1996.

Benjamin Sabatier, Base 1, 2010.

David Mach, Dominatrix, 2004.

Ben, Ma mère a de l’arthrose, 1970.

In 1913, Marcel Duchamp came up with the artistic concept of ready-made, defining it as an “ordinary object elevated to the dignity of a work of art by the mere choice of an artist”. The original attitude – which still governs the definition of what is strictly considered to be ready-made today – consists of choosing a manufactured object and designating it as a work of art.

Pierre et Gilles, Goldorak, 2010.

The Already-Made? exhibition, which is being held at the gallery Jérome de Noirmont, precisely highlights the scale and diversity of this contemporary grasping of the ready-made concept, whether involving the assembly of found objects, using objects for purposes other than those for which they were designed or a conception focussing on the object’s symbolic and metaphorical value…

Subodh Gupta, Untitled 1, Serie Idol Thief, 2006.

Andy Wahrol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Sandro Chia, Hood and Coathanger, 1985.

Photo. Marie Chesnutt

Galerie Jérome de Noirmont 36/38 avenue Matignon, 75008 Paris.
February, 4th — March, 24th 2011, monday — saturday 11am—7pm.