Marilyn is both legend and myth. Marilyn Monroe's softness and vulnerability made her irresistible and she is always a source of inspiration for me.
New Media: Screenprinting on Canvas.
Size: 102 W x 63 H x 1.8 cm
Available at www.saatchiart.com

Presley was considered to be the ‘King of Rock & Roll‘. He was a famous American Rock musician and icon. Elvis was born in 1935, and passed away in 1977.
Elvis is one of the most iconic men to have lived in the 20th century and that gave the inspiration to make a limited edition in his memory.
Size: 102 W x 70 H x 1.8 cm
Available at www.saatchiart.com

Original acrylic painting of Queen Elizabeth II, on canvas and book pages.
Piece is signed on the front & also signed on the back.
Comes with signed certificate of authenticity.
Size: 50 x 70 cm 



London, Queen, Queen Elizabeth, United Kingdom, England, pop art, painting, buy pop art, collect art
伦敦,女王,伊丽莎白女王,英国,英国,波普艺术,绘画,购买波普艺术,收集艺术品






PMQ , Sheung Wan
Until Sunday April 14 2019
Looks like Kaws is a major player at this year’s Hong Kong Arts Month. Not only does he have a gigantic floating installation at Victoria Harbour, there’s also a comprehensive exhibition that delves into the artist/designer’s impressive oeuvre. Exploring a decade of Kaws’ 37 most iconic works including life-sized design figures, paintings, sculptures as well as pieces never before exhibited in Hong Kong, the exhibition gives you a chance to meet some of Kaws’ most iconic characters such as Companion and Chum.
Venue name: PMQ
Address: 35 Aberdeen St Central Hong Kong
Event website: http://www.hoca.org






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This is the first major exhibition of Pierre Bonnard’s work in the UK since the much-loved show at Tate 20 years ago. It will allow new generations to discover Bonnard’s unconventional use of colour, while surprising those who think they already know him.
Born 1867, Bonnard was, with Henri Matisse, one of the greatest colourists of the early 20th century. He preferred to work from memory, imaginatively capturing the spirit of a moment and expressing it through his unique handling of colour and innovative sense of composition.
The exhibition concentrates on Bonnard’s work from 1912, when colour became a dominant concern, until his death in 1947. It presents landscapes and intimate domestic scenes which capture moments in time – where someone has just left the room, a meal has just finished, a moment lost in the view from the window, or a stolen look at a partner.
Venue name: Tate Modern
Address: Bankside London SE1 9TG
Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-10pm (last adm 45 mins before closing)Transport: Tube: Southwark/Blackfriars


Original acrylic painting on canvas with collage.
Piece is signed on the front & also signed on the back.
Comes with signed certificate of authenticity.
Size: 50 W x 70 H x 1 cm
Ships in a Box
Available at www.saatchiart.com








Japan, Japanese, Tokyo, Astro Boy, pikachu, pokemon, manga, 日本、日本、東京。アート、アートコレクター、マンガ




Images of civil rights leaders past and present provide the icing on paintings of cakes that feature social justice icons as decoration (along with more usual motifs, such as roses and borders piped in frosting). Malcolm X, Cesar Chavez and Angela Davis are among those being honored by Patrick Martinez, a Los Angeles artist having his NYC solo debut. Martinez also offers abstracted landscapes of L.A., as well as neon pieces, including signs bearing inspirational slogans.
Venue name: Fort Gansevoort
VENUE Address: 5 Ninth Ave New York 10014
Cross street: between Gansevoort St and Little W 12th St
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 11am–6pm


Nancy Spero (1926–2009) spent nearly six decades as a pioneering feminist artist and activist whose efforts went against art-world trends. Starting out as painter, Spero switched to working primarily on paper after 1966. She often appropriated depictions of goddesses from ancient art, using them like hieroglyphs for fierce, frieze-like critiques of male privilege and violence. Spero’s work took an even more ferocious tone during the Vietnam era, when she addressed the conflict through scathing antiwar imagery. This show collects 100 examples of her work, spanning the entirety of her courageous career.
Venue name: MoMA PS1
Address: 22-25 Jackson Ave Queens 11101
Cross street: at 46th Ave
Opening hours: Mon, Thu–Sun noon–6pmTransport: Subway: G, 7 to Court Sq
Event website: http://www.momaps1.org

Title: Lets get social

Original acrylic painting on canvas with collage.
Piece is signed on the front & also signed on the back.
Comes with signed certificate of authenticity.
Size: 30 x 40 cm | 11,8 x 15,7 inches


Original painting of Winnie the pooh by Romilios
Piece is signed on the front & also signed on the back.
Comes with signed certificate of authenticity.
Size: 30 x 40 cm | 11,8 x 15.7 inches
Store: StreetArtio or at Saatchiart
Mar 19 2019-Apr 13 2019
Hailed by historian T.J. Clark as “the greatest painter of the 1950s,” Danish artist Asger Jorn (1914–1973) was the cofounder of the CoBrA, a movement often described as the Continent’s answer to Abstract Expressionism. That’s true up to a point, though the members of CoBrA were less interested in the existential angst embraced by their New York counterparts than they were in the possibilities of artistic primitivism. A good example can be found in this group show, organized around works Jorn first exhibited in 1959: A series of thrift-store canvases, painted over with abstract gestures and crude figurative flourishes. Merging vandalism and found object aesthetics, these “modification paintings,” as Jorn dubbed them, are exhibited alongside contributions by 30 artists whose appropriative strategies follow in the artist’s hugely influential footsteps.
Venue name: Petzel Gallery
Cross street: Between Ninth Ave and Tenth Ave
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 10am–6pm
Transport: Subway: C, E to 23rd St
Event website: http://www.petzel.com


A touring Marina Abramović retrospective has touched down in Poland—and the nation’s right-wing Catholics are not happy about it. The show, “Marina Abramović: Do Czysta/The Cleaner” at the Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu in Toruń, has caused a panic over a misplaced belief that the famed performance artist worships the devil.

A group of the faithful targeted what they called the exhibition’s “Satanic vernissage” on Friday, according to a translated post from the Facebook group Zawierzam Maryi, Polish for “I Entrust to Mary.” The message urged Catholics to protest the exhibition’s arrival in the country so that the world wouldn’t have an excuse to trot out stereotypes about Polish stupidity.

Rumors of Abramović’s supposed satanic predilections can be traced to the 2016 US presidential election, during which the artist played an unlikely role in Wikileaks’s hack of the email account of John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Abramović had sent a message inviting John’s brother Tony Podesta, a collector and longtime Abramović supporter, to an evening of “Spirit Cooking with Marina Abramović.” (Tony forwarded the invitation to his brother.)

In Poland, Abramović’s opponents point to photographs of the artist with horns on her head, or posing with the Baphomet-like skull of a goat, as evidence of her devilish ways. The website Krucjata Różańcowa za Ojczyznę (“Rosary Crusade for the Homeland”) decries the exhibition’s presence on Polish soil, particularly during Lent, insisting “we have the right to demand that the rulers protect our country and the nation against ‘art’ which is a personal evil and refers to the dark cults!”

This isn’t the only controversy generated by the show. Local news outlet Wyborcza also reported that the artist community had protested the low wages being offered to performers tasked with reenacting some of the artist’s most famous works.

The issue of payment “has nothing to do with Marina or ABRAMOVIC LLC,” said a representative for the artist. “The museum and the performers discussed and found an agreement. This is all we know.”

The exhibition originated in 2017 at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, and has since traveled to venues in Denmark, Norway, Germany, and Italy. It will conclude this fall at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, the artist’s hometown.

Title: Love me tender
Size: 40 x 30 cm

Until Saturday April 13 2019
You don’t any more old-school New York School than Adolph Gottlieb (1903–1974), an Abstract Expressionist whose measured methods stood in contrast to the gestural fireworks of Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. A typical Gottlieb composition consisted of a monochrome background sporting an insolated shape—usually a circle or an oval—occupying the top half of the canvas while the bottom half featured gestures or marks that were likewise surrounded by a generous amount of space. The result was a kind of calligraphic evocation of a sunrise or sunset over a landscape—a theme well represented in this round-up of classic Gottliebs from the ’50s and ’60s.

Venue name: Pace Gallery
VENUE Address: 510 West 25th Street New York 10001
Cross street: Between Tenth Ave and Eleventh Ave
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 10am–6pm
Transport: Subway: C, E to 23rd St


Title: Vintage Love
Size: 40 H x 30 W x 3 cm
Original acrylic painting on canvas and small pieces of collage.
Piece is signed on the front & also signed on the back.
Comes with signed certificate of authenticity.
Store: Saatchiart



Original painting of Minnie Mouse by Sokratis Romilios
Piece is signed on the front & also signed on the back.
Comes with signed certificate of authenticity.
Size: 40 x 30 cm