The International Poster Center will offer more than 400 original vintage posters from the latter half of the 20th century in its second Modern Poster Auction. Featuring posters from around the world, this show explores the unbridled creativity that defined graphic advertising from the 1950s onward. All items are on view February 1 – February … Continue reading Poster Show for First-Time Buyers Opens in Feb.
Tag: Andy Warhol
Pittsburgh Show Aims at Attracting Young Collectors
Going to an antique show is a good way to make you feel young. So tonight I was happy to note the goal of attracting young people when reading an article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on the Oakmont Antique Show. Other than noting not everything at the show has a price with multiple zeros, the … Continue reading Pittsburgh Show Aims at Attracting Young Collectors
The Warhol Economy, by Elizabeth Currid
Book review by Eric Miller At the time he turned forty the painter Martin Johnson Heade had yet to produce a distinguished painting. In 1859 he rented a studio in New York 's Tenth Street Studio building and changed his fate. His contact with other members of the Hudson River School radically improved his work. … Continue reading The Warhol Economy, by Elizabeth Currid
The Museum Talk: Wine Tasting Party at Andy Warhol Museum
There were more young visitors in Andy Warhol museum than Carnegie Museum of Art on Friday night, possibly due to the fact that going through exhibitions sprawled on seven floors may kill someone old, possibly due to the wine tasting party which was hosted in the lobby.On one hand, there are a lot to explore … Continue reading The Museum Talk: Wine Tasting Party at Andy Warhol Museum