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Three artworks attributed to Andy Warhol bring a combined $50,400 at Woodshed Art Auctions

Three artworks attributed to Pop Art icon Andy Warhol (Am., 1928-1987) – stylized renditions of the products Chanel No. 5 and Absolut Vodka, plus one of Elvis Presley as a gun-toting cowboy – combined for a little more than $50,000 in an online fine art auction titled Private Art Collections & Estate Discoveries held March 15th by Woodshed Art Auctions. Chanel No. 5 was the top earner in the 163-lot sale, selling for $32,400 (with buyer’s premium). The gouache, watercolor and ink on paper work was signed lower center and verso. It was also marked with the stamp “Contemporary Masters Exhibition” and reference numbers. The framed piece was possibly a study for Warhol’s series dedicate to logos, advertisements and trademarks. The rendering of the Absolut Vodka bottle, also a signed and framed gouache on paper, may have

P·P·O·W opens Ramiro Gomez’s first solo exhibition in New York City

P·P·O·W announces In NYC, Ramiro Gomez’s first solo exhibition in New York City. A painter with a deep interest in depicting the people whose labor often goes unrecognized and underappreciated by society, Gomez creates pristine domestic scenes and landscapes, populated with subjects whose work is essential to creating and maintaining those very spaces. While Gomez is best known for his depiction of workers in his West Hollywood neighborhood, for this exhibition he turns his attention to New York City, with a series of paintings that capture the oftentimes invisible labor that goes into making the city a functioning and sustainable place. The son of undocumented Mexican immigrants who have since become U.S. citizens, Gomez experienced firsthand the ways in which certain occupations are reduced to invisibility and, though essential,

Juan Antonio Guirado exhibited alongside Spanish masters

A host of important Spanish artists that reads like a roll call of Spain’s Modern Masters will feature in a group exhibition curated by Wanda von Breisky and Laura Revuelta, with artworks from the Cesareo Rodríguez-Aguilera Foundation and Guirado Estate. As the University of Jaén – home town of Andalusia’s Prodigal son, the late Juan Antonio Guirado – celebrates its 25th anniversary, a major group exhibition featuring works from the Cesareo Rodriguez-Aguilera Foundation and Guirado Estate is confirmed to kick off a programme of more than 100 celebratory cultural events. The “Parallel Visionaries” exhibition will be inaugurated on 21 March at the Cesareo Rodríguez Aguilera Foundation in Jaén, at the University library on the Las Lagunillas campus, with a lecture by co-curator of the exhibition Laura Revuelta on 22 March. ‘Parallel Visionaries’