In 1962, an artist named Andy Warhol created a series of portraits of his favorite food. The result? The now iconic Campbell's Soup screen prints were the catalyst of the pop art movement and changed our views on fine art forever. These cans, by the way, last sold for $9,042,500 at a 2010 Christie's ... More >>
Five pop masters pop up again in photographs at the Boca Museum
Are they the artists or the art? Both!
(Say That 10 Times Fast)
Wifredo Lam's peripatetic life and exotic background combined for a compelling blend of human elements
Surrealism. Realism. Everything but abstraction at Hollywood's biennial. OK, maybe one.
William Wegman takes a stab at being more than just the guy with the Weimaraners
It's an exhibition that'll make your eyes bounce back and forth like balls on a billiard table.
Begin to Hope (Sire)
The endlessly entertaining self-promoter drops in to Coral Springs.
John Archie, Elizabeth Dimon, Dawn Renee Jones, Tracey Conyer Lee, Dan Leonard, and David Mann
A big, diverse show in Hollywood may be too loud, but it hits an adventurous beat
Helen Frankenthaler's paintings in a mundane medium only strengthen her place in the pantheon
A father and son paint the town not just red but green, blue, and more
Last century's most celebrated artist didn't let age or fame slow him down
Will Barnet has covered a lot of canvas and many styles in his career, but he always ends up back home
James & Jeffrey Antiques
"Willem de Kooning: In Process"