Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Exhibition and Art Talk about Andy Warhol with Mark Sink

Mark Sink X Andy Warhol

Smooth As Silk was inspired by the silkscreen printing method and Andy Warhol’s role in legitimizing it as a desirable and collectable fine art form. His work with silkscreen printing heightened public perception of the technique and continues to influence artists today. The folklore of Warhol, his wit, and his contributions to art and film have left a vast cultural imprint. The exhibition was also inspired by Station 16 Gallery Denver’s connection to Mark Sink as well as Sink’s photographs and friendship with Andy Warhol. Our goal is to pay homage to Sink, Warhol, and the art of silkscreen printing.

When? Vernissage is happening on January 24th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 and the exhibition will last until February 24th 2019
Where? Station 16 Denver, 3330 Brighton Boulevard, #204 (Inside the Source Hotel), Denver, Colorado, USA

From A to D and Back Again: Untold Stories of Andy Warhol

The talk will be held on January 24th, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. 

For the Smooth As Silk opening, Mark Sink, Denver photographer and friend of Andy Warhol, will be doing an art talk, unveiling untold stories of Andy Warhol in hope of paying hommage to the artist and the friend he was. Don't miss it! Original photographs by Mark Sink will also be presented as part of the exhibition.

3330 Brighton Boulevard, Denver, 80216
DenverColorado 80216

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