The 4141 Design Center – Miami Design District
Andy Warhol “The Model Boy” is on exhibit in the 4141 Design Center Building in the Miami Design District at 4141 NE 2nd Avenue from January 11 to February 28, 2012. The WARHOL MUSEUM has acquired select images for their permanent collection preserving this historical photo session that features Andy Warhol posing with Chanel and Ralph Lauren models. Originally part of a temporary art installation, this this hand picked collection of photographs by Miami based pop art photographer David Siqueiros is now in it’s second exhibition space. Read how this homage came to be.
The Indigo Bar
A series of portraits adorn the walls at the Indigo Bar in the InterContinental Miami. Originally part of a temporary art installation, this collection of photographs by Miami based pop art photographer David Siqueiros was purchased by the hotel for permanent display. See the Indigo Bar Gallery here.
The selection of images enhances the atmosphere and features “pop-o-graph” portraits ranging from Grandma Katy living the American Dream to Miami Housewife – Cristi Rice , famous shoe designers Donald and Lisa Pliner with BabyDoll, a fashion model, career CEO Bradley Jacobs and his wife Lamia and an innovative Miami property developer and global networker Thomas Kramer.
Andy Warhol “The Model Boy”, Inaugural Exhibition
December 1, 2011 – January 5, 2012, InterContinental Miami Grand Lobby
The InterContinental Miami is proud to host Andy Warhol – “The Model Boy”, a photographic installation by David Siqueiros, featuring never before seen photographs of Andy Warhol. Photographed by Siqueiros, this was one of Andy Warhol’s last photo shoots where he is seen cavorting with the top fashion models of the time, Patricia (Chanel) and Clotilde (Ralph Lauren), from the Ford Model Agency. See the opening reception photographs here.
The Andy Warhol photography installation opens during the Art Basel Miami Beach Week on December 1 and continues through January 5, 2012. The installation is the inaugural arts installation of the newly created InterContinental Miami Arts Program, supporting and creating awareness for the burgeoning Arts Community in Downtown and the Greater Miami area.
See the opening reception photographs here.