Felix, Gladys and Rover, New York, 1974, as photographed by Elliott Erwitt.
Banksy hit Queens on the 22nd day of his New York extravaganza with a replica of the Sphinx of Giza — the artist advises you not to drink the replica Arab Spring water.
The man who first discovered the work promptly claimed ownership and proceeded to sell its loose fragments for $100 each. Much to the chagrin of another onlooker who would rather sell the piece at Sotheby’s…
Fancy a trip back into the wild days of 1960s London and New York? We thought you might and have hand-picked some fantastic shows that dive into the art and pop culture of the 60s!
Here’s your chance to re-discover and fall in love with New York City, through the eyes of artist David Dunlop. On view at Susan Powell Fine Art, his electrifying new series of New York City, the Connecticut Shore, and Abstract landscapes fuse light and color in motion. Dunlop puts us in a familiar place only to make it wonderfully unfamiliar, producing a vibrant mystery whose secrets are not easily revealed.
David Dunlop: Light and Motion is on view through June 16, 2013, at Susan Powell Fine Art.
Chamberlain In New York’s Streets
Starting today, four monumental sculptures by artist John Chamberlain will be on view at the Park Avenue plaza outside the historic Seagram Building!
Up to 15 feet in height, the works on view are constructed from silver, green, or copper-colored industrial aluminum, which has been looped and flexed into whimsical, biomorphic forms.