Takashi Murakami Sphere , 2003 Silkscreen

Takashi MurakamiSphere , 2003Silkscreen31.69 x 31.69 in.Image 27.55 x 27.55 in.Edition# 13/50 $ 12,500. Drawing from traditional Japanese painting, sci-fi, anime, and the global art market, Takashi Murakami creates paintings, sculptures, and films populated by repeated motifs and mutating characters of his own creation. His wide-ranging work embodies an intersection of pop...

Julien Opie Crows

Julian Opie is a contemporary British artist known for his distinctive depictions of figures, portraits, and landscapes. The highly stylized treatment Opie gives his subjects—whereby features are created by thick black outlines and filled in with solid areas of flat color—is a blend of Pop Art and Minimalism with a wholly...

About Robert Longo

Robert Longo is an American artist best known for his detailed photorealistic drawings of jumping figures, sharks, tigers, and guns. Drawn in charcoal, graphite, and ink, his monochrome series Men in the City renders businessmen and women in a state of suspended animation, and brought the artist critical acclaim in the early 1980s....

Jesus Moroles

Jesus Moroles granite sculptures are created through a "tearing" process where the artist drills small holes in the granite and put wedges into it. Then pressure is applied to the middle of the stone to tear it in a line or in a curve, opening up the middle of the...

ARCO Madrid (2019)

The main affair has an intimidating 268 international galleries on tap for its 2017 edition, plus plenty of programming, including a screening of Sara Driver’s Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat(2017) and the always-popular Public sector in Collins Park, organized this year by independent curator and critic Philipp Kaiser.