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arqsa:

Walking at the operahouseby Gerard Jonkman

arqsa:

Walking at the operahouse
by Gerard Jonkman

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jockohomoremix:

Warhol’s Lost Mural Returns to New York - Of the ten artists commissioned to produce work for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Andy Warhol proved the most problematic.Perhaps fair organisers shouldn’t have been too surprised when Warhol created a mural for the fair’s New York State Pavilion, consisting of mug shots of wanted criminals screen-printed onto Masonite boards. The work, entitled 13 Most Wanted Men took its source material from a New York Police Department leaflet of the same name. Yet despite this official reference, the fair’s organisers objected to the painting and, with the artist’s permission, it was painted over before the fair opened. This year, to mark the World’s Fair’s fiftieth anniversary, the Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows, New York - the site of the ’64 fair - dedicates a show to that lost work. 13 Most Wanted Men: Andy Warhol and the 1964 World’s Fair runs 27 April – 7

jockohomoremix:

Warhol’s Lost Mural Returns to New York - Of the ten artists commissioned to produce work for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Andy Warhol proved the most problematic.Perhaps fair organisers shouldn’t have been too surprised when Warhol created a mural for the fair’s New York State Pavilion, consisting of mug shots of wanted criminals screen-printed onto Masonite boards. The work, entitled 13 Most Wanted Men took its source material from a New York Police Department leaflet of the same name. Yet despite this official reference, the fair’s organisers objected to the painting and, with the artist’s permission, it was painted over before the fair opened. This year, to mark the World’s Fair’s fiftieth anniversary, the Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows, New York - the site of the ’64 fair - dedicates a show to that lost work. 13 Most Wanted Men: Andy Warhol and the 1964 World’s Fair runs 27 April – 7