With International Women’s Day approaching soon on Sunday 8 March 2015, we highlight some of our favourite works of Feminist art by artists including Judy Chicago, Sonia Boyce and Deborah Kass. These artists draw attention to issues of female identity, representation and power by challenging patriarchal narratives in history, culture and society.
The Artimage team has recently supplied and licensed images of two iconic Andy Warhol works for reproduction in Kingsman: The Secret Service, the latest action comedy film from director Matthew Vaughn.
We talk to David Batchelor about his series of Found Monochromes, currently on show for the first time in Monochrome Archive, 1997-2015, at Whitechapel Gallery, London until 3 May 2015. The exhibition complements the Whitechapel’s major new abstract art show, Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915–2015.
National art charity, the Art Fund, has created an interactive online timeline chronicling the history of Pop Art. It includes works by Richard Hamilton, Peter Blake, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Eduardo Paolozzi and Jasper Johns, licensed through DACS’ Artimage and Copyright Licensing services.
View a selection of modern and contemporary artworks exploring the symbols, imagery and language associated with themes of love and romance. All works can be licensed through Artimage.
Place an order on the Artimage website before 31 January 2015 and receive a free copy of Phaidon’s The Twenty First Century Art Book.