Classic of the New. 40 works from 1961â€“1995. 34 paintings, five collages, and one sculpture. The exhibition is divided into three chapters. The first part is devoted to the early icons of his oeuvre, works with which the artist established his fundamental vocabulary of a new pictorial language. Lichtenstein's early work of the 1960s is juxtaposed with his late work, the interiors of the 1990s, on the third floor. The second floor is dedicated to the artist's work of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a comprehensive publication with seminal texts by American and European authors on the main subjects of the exhibition.
adults â‚¬ 10.00
reductions â‚¬ 6.00
family pass â‚¬ 15.00
group admission (15 or more) â‚¬ 7.50 per person
guided tours for groups of 15 or more (per person)
in German â‚¬ 5.00
other languages â‚¬ 5.00
Roy Lichtenstein: Sculpture,â€June 6 â€“August 6 2005
Parallel to the exhibition at the KUB, the Gagosian Gallery presents the exhibition â€œRoy Lichtenstein: Sculpture,â€ organized in collaboration with the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation. The show is a survey of sculpture throughout the artistâ€™s career that highlights the artistâ€™s head, glass and brushstroke motifs. A fully illustrated catalogue featuring an essay by Hal Foster will accompany the exhibition.
Gagosian Gallery, 6-24 Britannia Street,
London WC1X 9JD, Tel. (+ 44-20) 78 4199 60
Blonde Waiting, 1964
Oil and magna on canvas, 121,9 x 121,9 cm, Private Collection
Courtesy Gagosian Gallery, New York
Photo Robert McKeever
Â© Estate of Roy Lichtenstein, NY, USA/VBK, Wien, 2005
Sunday, June 12, 2005,
Karl Tizian Platz
During the Roy Lichtenstein exhibition the Kunsthaus Bregenz will be open daily from 10 a.m. till 9 p.m.