The women involved in art's history go beyond the final product's mastic composition. Some of them earned their fame from their canvas, while others used the deviance of their art as a weapon against their oppressors.
Provocative, ambiguous, and direct, this series marks Andy Warhol's departure from portraiture based on appropriated images. Inspired by the embracing of sexuality in the 70's, Warhol created a series of 10 screenprints titled Ladies and Gentlemen, 1975.
Jacqueline Roque met Pablo Picasso at Madoura in 1952 and began modeling for him. Picasso was then living in the area with Françoise Gilot and their two children, Claude and Paloma.
The whimsical series came to fruition under the guidance of Pop art dealer Ivan Karp and printmaker Gerard Malanga. This series is one of the first edition print series Warhol created.
A series of five lithographs that masterfully reuse the leftover elements of Stella’s previous series to create complex and beautifully colorful worlds of curves, nets, and gradients.
The works from this series, Imaginary Places 1994-1999, depict fictional locations taken from the book The Dictionary of Imaginary Places by Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi.
Based on the metal-relief paintings of the Circuit Series (1980-1984), Frank Stella created a Circuits print series inspired by race tracks he had visited in different parts of the world.
The large colorful works combine into a strong visual narrative inspired by the artist El Lissitzky’s illustrations of the Jewish Passover song Had Gadya.
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