Salon Americano: Fake News | Featuring Peter Saul and Hosted by Lolita Cros

Join us on Tuesday, June 27th for “Fake News”, a conversation with curator Lolita Cros and one of the fathers of Pop Art, Peter Saul, best known for his colorful and cartoonish paintings which satirize American culture.

6pm-7pm Cocktails, 7pm-8pm

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Title: de Kooning’s “Woman with Bicycle” (1976)

About Peter Saul: Peter Saul (b. 1934) is an American painter. Often considered one of the fathers of Pop Art, he is known for his distinctively colorful and cartoonish paintings which satirize American culture. Since his first solo exhibition, in Chicago in 1961, Peter Saul has exhibited his work throughout the United States and internationally. His works are found in numerous museum collections worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Museum Ludwig, Cologne; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Peter Saul lives and works in New York.

tumblr_inline_oqvrw54QL51rgiw6j_540About Lolita Cros:

Born in Paris, Lolita Cros is an independent curator living and working in New York City. She is known for creating projects and exhibitions that combine work by both established and emerging artists. With each project she proposes an alternative venue that asks the viewer to revisit their expectations and look at the work through a new and unique lens. Lolita has exhibited works in spaces ranging from a Chinese restaurant in the Financial District to a rooftop in Brooklyn, each time giving the artist a different platform to play with. In 2016 she started a series of Artist’s Talks in collaboration with Hotel Americano in which she invites and moderates conversations with renowned artists in front of a selected crowd of intellectuals, collectors and students.

Talk RSVP: [email protected]

518 West 27th Street, New York NY 10001

Free

 











When: Tue., June 27, 2017 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us on Tuesday, June 27th for “Fake News”, a conversation with curator Lolita Cros and one of the fathers of Pop Art, Peter Saul, best known for his colorful and cartoonish paintings which satirize American culture.

6pm-7pm Cocktails, 7pm-8pm

tumblr_inline_oqvrmcn5Tn1rgiw6j_540
Title: de Kooning’s “Woman with Bicycle” (1976)

About Peter Saul: Peter Saul (b. 1934) is an American painter. Often considered one of the fathers of Pop Art, he is known for his distinctively colorful and cartoonish paintings which satirize American culture. Since his first solo exhibition, in Chicago in 1961, Peter Saul has exhibited his work throughout the United States and internationally. His works are found in numerous museum collections worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Museum Ludwig, Cologne; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Peter Saul lives and works in New York.

tumblr_inline_oqvrw54QL51rgiw6j_540About Lolita Cros:

Born in Paris, Lolita Cros is an independent curator living and working in New York City. She is known for creating projects and exhibitions that combine work by both established and emerging artists. With each project she proposes an alternative venue that asks the viewer to revisit their expectations and look at the work through a new and unique lens. Lolita has exhibited works in spaces ranging from a Chinese restaurant in the Financial District to a rooftop in Brooklyn, each time giving the artist a different platform to play with. In 2016 she started a series of Artist’s Talks in collaboration with Hotel Americano in which she invites and moderates conversations with renowned artists in front of a selected crowd of intellectuals, collectors and students.

Talk RSVP: [email protected]

518 West 27th Street, New York NY 10001

Free

 

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