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Richard Woods Facade

The façade of this Gianni Intili-designed home has been painted with faux-wood doodlings by British Pop artist Richard Woods. The home was subject of a Bravo TV show called “9 By […]

I Shot Andy Warhol

In 1967, the  building that Warhol’s Silver Factory was in on East 47th was being torn down, so he moved it to the 6th Floor of the Union Square Decker […]

Stuart McAlpine Miller at Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery

Like many before him, Scottish artist Stuart McAlpine Miller confronts and digests American pop culture in his work, which is currently on display at Hoerle-Guggenheum through March 30th. The familiar […]

Warhol’s Silver Factory

This was the site of Warhol’s Factory from 1962-68. Rent was about $100 per YEAR! The building no longer exists- Warhol moved the factory to Union Sq West in 1968, […]

JON BURGERMAN PLAYS AROUND WITH KOONS PLAY-DOH SCULPTURE

The Instagram that started it all. I was riffling through the #JeffKoonsRetrospective hashtag when I saw it.  This pic of a tiny little replica of the Koons Play-Doh sculpture housed in […]

MAKE WAY FOR THE NEW HIPSTER ACCESSORY…I MEAN, BESIDES THE COOL BABY

  I bet a lot of these Andy Warhol Bugaboo stroller will start cropping up in the parks this summer – where the cool babies meet for even cooler play […]

These Are Not Inflatable Toys

I have this thing about objects that are made to look like one thing but function as another. Or quite simply put, I love a good trick of the eye. […]

Marco Santaniello- Nice To Meet You

Get your Pop Art fix this Thursday with a solo show by our pal Marco Santaniello. Check out this great interview with the artist! Tazza Gallery is pleased to present […]

The Lodge Gallery presents Noah Becker

It feels too soon to make an Andy Warhol/Velvet Underground joke (RIP Lou) in reference to Noah Becker‘s latest solo exhibition of Pop Art-esque portraits. But the parallels are everywhere […]

SAD! The Gershwin Hotel is Now “Regular”

Boo! The historic arty Gershwin Hotel is now under “new management-” and makes NO mention of its Pop Art legacy!

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