The Fisher Landau Center For Art (& Daydreaming)

I am very lucky to live in a neighborhood that is surrounded by so much art. Anyone who follows this blog will know that I explore a little more of it each weekend and still manage to find something worth writing about. Last weekend as part of my ‘Art Day*’ I stopped at The Fisher Landau Center For Art  on my first stop. It was my first time visiting, and little did I know that I lived a ten minute walk from an Andy Warhol collection and so much more. This is what I found:

April Gornik, Untitled (Moving Storm), 1981. 

John Baldessari, What This Painting Aims to Do, 1967.

Edward Ruscha, Lion in Oil, 2002.

Kiki Smith, Untitled (The Sitter), 1992.

Mark Tansey, Valley of Doubt, 1990.

Andy Warhol, Myths, 1981.

Andy Warhol, The Shadow, 1981.

Jasper Johns, Flags, 1986 (Left) & Flags 1, 1973 (Right).

Daisy Youngblood, Romana, 1987/88.

Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait, 1986.

**Susan Rothenberg, Tuning Fork, 1979.

Annette Lemieux, Sleep Interrupted, 1990/91.

Robert Gober, Crouching Man, 1982.

Museum Window. Colin Dempsey, 2012 (LOL)

* An ‘Art Day’ is when I leave the apartment on a Saturday or Sunday morning and try to hit as many art galleries, museums or live shows as possible on a full belly of food (4-5hours).

** This was my favorite: Susan Rothenberg, Tuning Fork, 1979.

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