Using bright, strident colors and techniques borrowed from
the printing industry, Roy Lichtenstein ironically incorporates
mass-produced emotions and objects into highly sophisticated
references to art history.
Mr. Brainwash is the pseudonym for the graffiti street artist Thierry Guetta. Rising to
prominence due to a heavily hyped exhibition and a Banksy-directed documentary entitled,
“Exit Through the Gift Shop”, Mr. Brainwash’s uniformly subversive style fuses historic pop
imagery and contemporary cultural iconography to create a unique pop art – graffiti hybrid.
Named a “Master of Photography,” Mark Seliger began his photography career shooting
small assignments for Rolling Stone magazine in 1987, where he specialized in celebrity
portraits and fashion photography.
The thing about Mickey is that even though he’s gone through so many shifts in form
and association, he’s timeless. – Damien Hirst
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IDENTITY a solo exhibition by Sage Barnes
The TAX Collection + Guy Hepner present, IDENTITY, a solo gallery exhibition by Sage Barnes. Opening October...
Introducing Tony Kelly
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Andy Warhol’s Mick Jagger Series
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Herr Nilsson’s Street Art Influenced by Caravaggio
Guy Hepner is excited to present Herr Nilsson’s upcoming solo exhibition in our new Chelsea location on...
The Street Art of Herr Nilsson
The Street Art of Herr NilssonWhen we think of Disney, we don’t usually picture gun-wielding princesses and...
Mister E: The Art of Money
Miami based contemporary artist Mister E takes a very literal approach to the idea of ‘the art of money’. His...
CB Hoyo: A New Perspective
“I’ve painted since I have memory. I started painting before I started to walk. But I had never done it the...