One of the pioneers of American Pop Art, Rosenquist painted F-111 in 1964. The work combines a number of vivid images to make a statement about mass culture, consumerism and military spending during the Vietnam War. This unique painting is 86 feet long and wraps around all four walls of this special installation.
Curator’s Choice: James Rosenquist ‘F-111′ at MoMA
This Week at Lincoln Center Robert Lepage directs the complete Wagner Ring Cycle. This new production of the four-part epic will be performed in its entirety, for the first time in two decades.
Christina Ha reports on the latest in arts and culture events, including new exhibitions at the Guggenheim, Sylvia Waters' final season with Ailey II, the PEN World Voices Festival, and more.
Kehinde Wiley guides us through his current exhibition at the Jewish Museum. Wiley is known for his portraits of young men of color that evoke the sensibility of classical European painting. His newest series is called “The World Stage: Israel.” Now on view are ...
Internationally acclaimed artist Kiki Smith currently has a solo show at the Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College. Comprised almost entirely of new work, it points the way to a new focus in her work: an engagement with nature, spirit and the imagination.
In this edition of NYC-ARTS: a profile of artist Kiki Smith, a visit to the Jewish Museum for a look at Kehinde Wiley's "World Stage Israel" with the artist himself, a visit to MoMA for a curator's tour of James Rosenquist's "F-111," the latest ...
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