Does an attempt to lift up the art of Marisol backfire?
How Marisol, “the True Trailblazer,” Paved the Way for Andy Warhol
In 1962, Andy Warhol desperately wanted to be like his accomplished new pal, Marisol.
A Rescue Mission for Venezuelan Modernism
A number of significant Venezuelan artists, whose work is focused on improvisational methods and art’s material nature, are virtually unknown in the US.
At Spring Masters, a Glimpse of Precious Artworks Before They Change Hands
The Spring Masters fair preview welcomed its visitors with vases full of fresh magnolias, live classical music, and platters of champagne.
Refocusing on Marisol’s Ingenuity as a Sculptor and Draughtswoman
The generous obituaries written about Marisol Escobar in the last few days have reminded us of the important figure that she was.
Marisol, Innovative Pop Art Sculptor Written Out of History, Dies at 85
Marisol Escobar, whose penetrating and playful, large-scale wooden sculptures were their own unique blend of Pop and folk art, died on Saturday morning, April 30, at the age of 85, El Universal reported.
Transcending the Surface of Warhol and Marisol
CHICAGO — The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s Warhol and Marisol focuses on the conversational nature of artworks produced by artists Andy Warhol and Marisol Escobar, who got to know each other in the 1960s.
What Is an Artist Book, Really?
Artists’ Book Not Artists’ Book, as the title suggests, is to explore the fine line between whether a book is an artists’ book or not. It all is more playful than that may sound.