Sixteen Marilyn's, 2005
Signed on verso
55 x 54 inches (139.7 x 137.2 cm.)
- Exhibited in the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy and in Dusseldorf Germany in 2015-2016
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Steve Kaufman is an American Pop artist, activist and humanitarian. He worked as Andy Warhol's assistant until 1989, which massively influenced his artistic practice. Kaufman's works were mainly based on portraits of iconic figures using the images of Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Elvis, among others.
Sixteen Marilyn’s embodies Steve Kaufman’s trademark, portraying sixteen faces of Pop Art’s ever-muse Marilyn Monroe. Featuring Pop Art’s characteristic palette of bold and striking colors, this piece is a vibrant addition to any contemporary art collection.