Art Managers

ANDY WARHOL
Andrew Warhola, better known as Andy Warhol, was an American artist who became a central figure in the Pop Art movement because he was one of the pioneers.

 

FABRICE HYBER
The whole of Fabrice Hyber’s work is conceived in the form of a gigantic rhizome which develops on a principle of echoes. By proceeding by accumulations, hybridizations, mutations the artist operates constant shifts between domains (…)

WIM DELVOYE
Delvoye emerged in the early nineties, a cunningly original, it takes ordinary working class objects and transformed them into luxury products. Like many other artists of the nineties, he has employed the strategy of constructing (…)

JEFF KOONS
Artistic company created by Jeff Koons himself in the early 80s. Jeff Koons productions, located at 600 Broadway in New York, employs a hundred assistants.

WIM DELVOYE / CLOACA
If Wim Delvoye is an essential artist of the contemporary art scene, he must not in any way to a fad or his relations. If he knows a success always growing, it owes it only to the wealth, the delicacy and the extreme (…)

FABRICE HYBER / BUSINESS ART
“Far from the image of the lunar artist’s Epinal, the visual artist Fabrice Hybert sees the company as an area of freedom, often working with industry, and has founded his own (…)

 

DAMIEN HIRST
Hirst dominated the art scene in Britain during the 1990s and is internationally renowned. Charles Saatchi, but heightened friction with the collector Charles Saatchi

KAIKAI KIKI CORPORATION
Founded in the late 1980s with other Japanese artists, Hiropon Factory, later renamed Kaikai Kiki Corporation employs 48 employees.

 

PAUL MC CARTHY / PETER PAUL CHOCOLATES
The relationship between artists and the economy is good. Californian artist Paul McCarthy has chosen the Maccarone Gallery in New York to present his new diabolical project, Peter Paul Chocolates. A project that smells good, but leaves (…)