James Rosenquist

Rosenquist helped define the genre of color-bursting displays of common objects.
Appropriation of every type of visual art, music, dance... even cultural attributes has been taking place since the dawn of time.
In Casselman's case, the familiarity with textures, coupled with the thick, tactile, earthy nature of clay that he manipulated with rubber and metal-edged "ribs," naturally and eventually carried over to his unique approach to painting, which he has been exploring for over twenty-five years.
Biographers often find it amusing to note the job an artist had before becoming able to live off the sales of their artwork, but for artists those jobs are not just anecdotes.
In the years since, embassies have gotten decorating help from America's most beloved artists, including John Baldessari
The Castelli Gallery was perhaps the most prominent commercial venue for art in the world, starting from the late 1950s and continuing through the 1970s.
I first heard about Leo & His Circle, Annie Cohen-Solal's ambitious, but bizarrely unfocused, biography of the art dealer Leo Castelli, two summers ago, when I was sipping Campari with Leo's son.
Quentin Tarantino nearly pulled a "Steve Wynn" at the Upper East side home of gallerist Nathan Bernstein yesterday. Page