Art By Robert Indiana (All Photos By Gail)
Leila Heller’s multi-floor midtown gallery is wrapping up its Pop Sculpture / Pop Culture exhibit on Saturday, but we had one last chance to check it out this week, when WhiteWall Magazine sponsored a fun party encompassing the three floors on which the exhibit is installed. Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne made sure that the open bar was stocked with its delicious Brut Rose, and every body had a great time!
Pop Sculpture / Pop Culture is an exhibition of select three-dimensional works from leaders of the Pop Art sculpture movement, on view since September 18th and closing November 15th at Heller’s 43 West 57th Street location.
Yayoi Kusama, Narcissus Garden
The exhibition presents a wildly impressive selection of iconic sculptures by the most prominent Pop sculptors from the 1960s to the contemporary artists whom they have influenced.
Here are few of our favorite pieces from the show!
Andy Warhol, Campbell’s Soup Can (Chicken with Rice)
Robert Indiana, AMOR
Keith Haring, Untitled (Two Dancing Figures)
Jeff Koons, New Hoover Deluxe Shampoo Polisher
Claes Oldenburg, Ice Cream Display
Roy Lichtenstein, Brushstroke Chair & Ottoman
Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Excessive Sensual Indulgence
Shelter Serra, Nine Fake Guns
Bertozi & Casoni Cover
The above is a glazed ceramic replica (and embellishment) of Warhol’s iconic Brillo Box. Clever!
Keith Haring, TV Head; Rachel Lee Hovnanian, Body Armor
Parviz Tanavoli, Heech
If you don’t already have plans for Saturday the 15th of November, maybe the Leila Heller Gallery at 43 West 57th street (between 5th and 6th Avenues) is the place to be?