Knowledge Identifier: +Roy_Lichtenstein
Agnes Gund - Gund has an encyclopedic collection of modern and contemporary art from the 1940s through the present, ranging from modern masters, including Lee Bontecou, Arshile Gorky, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank_Stella, John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Eva Hesse, Vija Celmins, James Lee Byars, and Richard Artschwager; through cutting-edge contemporary artists, such as Teresita Fernandez, Kara Walker, Lorna Simpson, Cai Guo-Qiang, Barry Ball, and Glenn Ligon
His studies were interrupted by a three-year stint in the army during and after World War II between 1943 and 1946.
Robert Ryman - He met artist Roy Lichtenstein during this period of the 1950s
In 1951 Lichtenstein had his first solo exhibition at the Carlebach Gallery in New York.
In 1957, he moved back to upstate New York and began teaching again.
Leo Castelli - From the early 1960s through the late 70s, Frank Stella, Larry Poons, Lee Bontecou, James Rosenquist, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy_Warhol, Robert Morris, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Cy Twombly, Ronald Davis, Ed Ruscha, Salvatore Scarpitta, Richard Serra, Bruce Nauman, Lawrence Weiner and Joseph Kosuth joined the stable of Castelli artists
Jim Dine - New Painting of Common Objects - In 1962 Dine's work was included, along with Roy Lichtenstein, Andy_Warhol, Robert Dowd, Phillip Hefferton, Joe Goode, Edward Ruscha, and Wayne Thiebaud, in the historically important and ground-breaking "New Painting of Common Objects," curated by Walter Hopps at the Norton Simon Museum
Edward Ruscha - In 1962 Ruscha's work was included, along with Roy Lichtenstein, Andy_Warhol, Robert Dowd, Phillip Hefferton, Joe Goode, Jim Dine, and Wayne Thiebaud, in the historically important and ground-breaking "New Painting of Common Objects," curated by Walter Hopps at the Pasadena Art Museum.
Wayne Thiebaud - In 1962 Thiebaud's work was included, along with Roy Lichtenstein, Andy_Warhol, Jim Dine, Phillip Hefferton, Joe Goode, Edward Ruscha, and Robert Dowd, in the historically important and ground-breaking "New Painting of Common Objects," curated by Walter Hopps at the Pasadena Art Museum .
In 1964, Lichtenstein became the first American to exhibit at the Tate Gallery, London, on the occasion of the show "'54'64: Painting and Sculpture of a Decade".
In 1967, his first museum retrospective exhibition was held at the Pasadena Art Museum in California.
In 1969, Lichtenstein was commissioned by Gunter Sachs to create Composition and Leda and the Swan, for the collector's famous Pop Art bedroom suite at the Palace Hotel in St. Moritz.
Lichtenstein became the first living artist to have a solo drawing exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art from March June 1987.
Hoyt L. Sherman - A building in his name, The Hoyt L. Sherman Studio Art Center, was endowed by Roy Lichtenstein in the 1990s
Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies - Since 1995, John Baldessari, Louisiana Bendolph, Mary Lee Bendolph, Loretta Bennett, Vija Celmins, Chuck Close, Jasper Johns, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Elizabeth Murray, Loretta Pettway, Robert Rauschenberg, Susan Rothenberg, and Ed Ruscha have contributed editions
Bernard Jacobson Gallery - In 2011 the gallery open a new space in New York on East 71st Street with an inaugural exhibition entitled "60 Years of British art", followed by "21 Americans", showing work by American artists including Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler, Roy Lichtenstein, and Robert Rauschenberg, among others
In 2012, the foundation authenticated the piece when it surfaced at a New York City warehouse
Indashio - In September 2013 Indashio celebrated 10 years at New York Fashion Week with an event at EVR and featured a "POP" inspired T-shirt collection with longtime muse CariDee English and electric violinist Sarah Charness and featured inspiration by his favorite artists Lauryn Hill, Tupac, Lil' Kim, Bob Marley as well as make-up inspired by Roy Lichtenstein
This was topped in 2015 by the sale of "Nurse" for 95,4 million dollars at a Christie's auction