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An enamel black-and-white brooch by Roy Lichtenstein that recalls his pop art designs. A bold gilt-painted necklace twisted into a bowtie by Frank Stella inspired by his sculptural forms and reliefs.
An enamel black-and-white brooch by Roy Lichtenstein that recalls his pop art designs. A bold gilt-painted necklace twisted into a bowtie by Frank Stella inspired by his sculptural forms and reliefs. These wearable works of art are at once different but recognizable as the designs of their creators, and are among nearly 200 one-of-a-kind and limited edition jewelry pieces in a new exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design.
The shift from home entertainment system and central air conditioning to Ferris wheel and fried Oreos is sudden, harsh and liberating. Fairway games remind us that before we were symbolic analysts, PR pitchmen and parents, we were little league pitchers and amateur strongmen. The food carts remind us that we once had stomachs of steel (but no longer).
Hans Magden's paintings are vibrant and raw, deep expressions of emotion from an artist afflicted with a disabling disease. Safori is a sought-after, self-taught artist who once was hailed as Ghana's national pole-vault champion.
Notable artists who have benefited from exhibiting at the show include Andy Warhol, Peter Max, Robert Rauschenberg, Keith Haring and LeRoy Neiman, organizers said.