The iconic show Friends made its television debut 25 years ago and we have been captivated by it ever since. Even 15 years after its final episode. The show made an impact on pop culture as we know it and brought many things to the Central Perk coffee table including Jennifer Aniston’s signature ‘Rachel’ hair cut. The show made an impact in the art world as well. In particular, for artist Burton Morris and his pop art designs.
Les Carats, The One Where we Celebrate 25 Years with Art, September 29, 2019
Taglialatella Galleries is pleased to present The Art of Friends, an exhibition by Burton Morris in association with Warner Bros Inc., paying tribute to the artist’s creative contributions to the television show that became a pop culture phenomenon.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tuned In: ‘Friends’ turns 25, September 17, 2019
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, Burton Morris and the art of ‘Friends’, September 18, 2019
Mr. Brainwash is not your average artist with skeptics suggesting his work is part of an extravagant prank staged by Banksy. Lauren Howe catches up with the pop artist.
Mr. Brainwash interviewed by Lauren Howe on Breakfast Television, July 12, 2019.
Street artist Theirry Guetta talks about his larger than life murals that have been enjoyed by millions, including A-list celebrities.
Mr. Brainwash Interviewed by Global News on the Morning Show, July 10, 2019.
Read more about the highly anticipated sale of Koons' "holy grail" work, Rabbit (1986), sold from the estate of late publishing magnate S.I. Newhouse.
Taglialatella Galleries is pleased to announce our collaboration with the Danish born, Los Angeles based street artsit, Mikael B.
In an interview with Colter Ruland, Russell Young discusses life, art and his continual growth as a professional artist.
Artists Jerkface and Owen Dippie collaborate on a mural depicting the late iconic comic Robin Williams, surrounded by hundreds of laughing blue genies — the character he voiced in the animated movie “Aladdin.”
Blouin Art Info, Rubem Robierb’s “Metamorphosis” at Taglialatella Galleries, New York, September 24, 2018
Taglialatella Galleries is pleased to announce the exclusive release of new "Ovaltine" print series by the world renowned street artist, Jerkface.
Hypebeast, Jerkface to Release "Krusty the Clown" Works Alongside Two New Prints, August 5, 2018.
Hypebeast, Best Art Drops: Ron English x Compound 'Police Grin,' Jerkface Print & More, August 7, 2018.
The 1986 work had been hidden at the Stedelijk Museum's former storage for decades, until a Dutch street artist pushed for its return.
Artnet News, Hidden for 30 Years, Keith Haring's Largest Mural in Europe has now Returned to View in Amsterdam, June 25, 2018.
The New York Times, Keith Haring Mural in Amsterdam Is Uncovered After Nearly 30 Years, June 26, 2018.
Lonely Planet, A giant Keith Haring mural has just been uncovered in Amsterdam, July 4, 2018.
The New York Times, "Robert Indiana Had all But Vanished in Recent Years. Some Friends Wonder Why," May 22, 2018.
National Public Radio (NPR), "Artist Robert Indiana Dies At 89: The Story Behind 'LOVE,'" May 22, 2018.
Artnet News, "Robert Indiana, the Pop Art Hero Who Gave Us ‘LOVE,’ Dies at 89 Amid Legal Battle Over His Work," May 22, 2018.
Russell Young's "Jimi Hendrix" silkscreen print, which was expected to earn $6,000-$9,000 at Sotheby's "Contemporary Art Day" Auction on May 17, 2018, acheived an impressive $30,000.
Sotheby's, "Jimi Hendrix," Lot 539, May 17, 2018.
ArtNews, "$45.3 M. Basquiat Is Top Lot in Robust $131.6 M. Phillips Sale of 20th-Century and Contemporary Art," May 17, 2018.
The Art Newspaper, "Basquiat’s $20m work takes centre stage in Phillips sale,"May 4, 2018.
Art & Object, "Phillips to Offer Basquiat's "Flexible" for First Time at Auction," March 30, 2018.
Bloomberg, Basquiat's "‘Flesh and Spirit’ Fetches $30.7 Million at Sotheby's," May 16, 2018.
New York Times, "Contested Auction of Basquiat Painting Can Proceed, Judge Rules," May 8, 2018.
Artnet News, "Judge Throws Out a Collector’s Claim to Halt Sotheby’s Planned Sale of a $30 Million Basquiat," May 8, 2018.
InStyle Magazine, "Street Artist Swoon on Why Her Work Can Be Girly and Gritty," May 1, 2018.
Artnet News, Keith Haring’s Art Has a Secret Language—Here’s How to Decode His Most Powerful Symbols, March 20, 2018.
Taglialatella artist, Swoon, in the News: Completely consuming the space of the Zaha Hadid-designed Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, “The Canyon” recalls the celebrated street artist’s beginnings as a guerrilla artist New York. It features, among other works, a new immersive, mixed-media installation, “Medea,” reflecting on Swoon‘s childhood, during which she witnessed her parent’s lifelong struggle with addiction and substance abuse.
This year’s fair highlights include artist Logan Hicks, who is being honored with the fourth Art Wynwood Tony Goldman Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award, which will be presented by Nick Korniloff, Vice President, Art Miami, and Jessica Goldman, CEO, Goldman Global Arts, during a private four-course dinner at the brand new Boulud Sud on Friday, February 16th.
Rubem Robierb's Juxtaposed opens next week in Houston...
Cincinnati Ballet and Cincinati Contemporary Arts Center to Showcase Street Artist ‘Swoon’ - via CityBeat.
James Rosenquist, who helped define Pop Art in its 1960s heyday with his boldly scaled painted montages of commercial imagery and graphic style, died on Friday in New York City. He was 83 years old. Via The New York Times
Logan Hicks was selected to paint the famous Bowery Wall (on Houston St.), and has just completed it over the weekend. A huge honor for street artists and New York-based artists alike, the wall was once painted by Keith Haring, and has recently been painted by well-known artists such as Swoon, Kenny Scharf, Ron English and others...
Love and War collide in Rubem Robierb's latest show
NY Fine Arts Examiner
In the news this weekend, Taglialatella Galleries recommends reading the following: Polly Mosendz, of Bloomberg Business, assesses the rumor mill's relationship to Banksy sales in an article titled "You Know Who Banksy Is? Pay Up".
Can you spot our cameo?