Stories of collaborations with collectors
How does it work?
A collector would like a POST painting about a specific artist / artwork in a specific size
Either directly with Laurence or through her galleries, the project is discussed and a proposal is submitted.
Then the painting is created. Et voila !
At the occasion of the exhibition BUNTE Art at the Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art of Munich, in June 2018 in Munich, Hubert Burda commissioned this POST painting.
It tells the story of his collaboration and friendship with Andy Warhol and presents a detail of Magazine and History, a huge 4.3 m high painting.
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This POST painting was commissioned by a collector, descendant of an Austrian Jewish family who found refuge in NYC during WWII.
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A collector, fan of Magritte and of NYC commissioned this POST.
Magritte had his first and only trip to NYC for his retrospective at the MOMA a few months before his passing.
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A fan of Keith Haring wanted a POST which would reflect his own values and beliefs. The Flag poster was the starting point.
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This duo was commissioned by a German collector and art dealer fan of Sigmar Polke and Jonathan Meese. What is the link between these two artworks?
find out on this page Sigmar and Jonathan
A collector, who liked both Warhol and Kruger, asked if it was possible to find a connection between the two artists.
Indeed, it is! This duo highlights the influence of Warhol on conceptual and appropriation artists such as Barbara Kruger.
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Cezanne's series of the The Montagne St Victoire is for ever linked with the city of Aix en Provence.
This artwork was created for a French collector in love with the artist and his birthplace
In 1953 Henri Matisse created The Sheaf for Mr and Mrs Brody for their Los Angeles Manshion.
I was happy to create this Post painting for a passionate collector in Paris.