Carmen D'Alessio by Andy Warhol

by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi, NY city The Queen of the Nightlife, Carmen D’Alessio, is a living New York legend. One of Andy Warhol’s greatest friends and the creator Studio 54, the energetic woman from Lima, Peru, still rocks the night away as the most beloved jetsetter in the Big Apple. And now she reveals her  [ Read More ]


Richard Hamilton: pop art hero died

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On Tuesday 13 September 2011, one of the most significant and influential artists of modern times passed away, aged 89. Richard Hamilton holds a strong claim as the progenitor of pop art. His 1956 collage Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? is one of the earliest works we can  [ Read More ]


Melissa Jane Robson, aka Stella Vine, is the English artists who works on figurative paintings representing mostly Uk celebrities and old rock stars, with ironic taste and extraordinary success. Stella Vine’s works are today one of the most expensive in contemporary painting, from her Kate Moss’ portrait in Holy Water Cannot Help You (2005) or  [ Read More ]

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Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures December 19, 2010–March 21, 2011 Last December 19th, 2010, Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures, the exhibition (which will take place till March 21st 2011), has started focusing on the artist’s cinematic portraits and non-narrative, silent, and black-and-white films from the mid-1960s. Warhol’s Screen Tests reveal his lifelong fascination with the cult  [ Read More ]

Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon

  “Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon” ONE LINER Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon shines a light into the decadent world of Max’s Kansas City, a tiny underground club in New York, and Lillian Roxon’s place in documenting the emerging rock revolution as it rolled over the US in the 1960s and early 1970s. SHORT SYNOPSIS  [ Read More ]