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Richard Phillips- Gossip Girl Art

In Gossip Girl, Gossip Girl Art on November 20, 2011 at 4:09 pm

“Scout”, 1999,  PG version (cropped for the show)

Richard Phillips (Born in 1966,in Marblehead, Massachusetts, US. Curently lives and works in New York).

Phillips is know for his large glossery hyper-realistic paintings. Many of the works  are inspired from the 50’s, 60’s and 70s and popular culture. The works are often clos-up portraits,with women from fashion and soft porn, but also with persons from the pop music, films, and politics.

The artist has exhibited his works in many solo and group shows around in Europe and the US. He is also represented in  a numerous of important collections such as the Albright- Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, the Denver Museum,Tate Modern, the Withney Museum of Modern Art, among others.

Richard Phillips is represented with  two pieces on the GG set, with the famous famous “Spectrum” hanging on the wall in the van der Woodsen apartment, and the “Scout” -painting over the bed of Chuck Bass.

Photo credit: Christina Tonkin Interiors

With about 3 millions viewers of the show  each week, a lot of fans have shown their interest for the work “Spectrum”. As a result of this, one can now get a reproduction of the work for 250 USD from the Art Production Fund.

                           Richard Phillips       “Scout”    1999     (original version)

The Art Production Fund is a non-profit art organization based in New York. The organization  leased the set a collection of 25 pieces, among 3 original, the rest high quality reproductions. The production designer Lauren Weeks,set decorator Christina Tonkin, and Stephanie Savage have have worked closely with the Production Fund to match the art with the characters in the show.

Richard Phillips   “Spectrum” 1998

Photo credit: Christina Tonkin Interiors

Some other pieces by Phillips (not on the show):

Richard Phillips, “Awake into Myth” , 2007

oil on canvas, 108 x 72 inches

Gagosian Gallery

(The piece below is an interesting one, and a personal favourite)

Richard Phillips, “Hell” ,2007

oil on canvas

114 x 144 – 3/4 inches

Gagosian Gallery

For utterly information:

Gagosian Gallery

www.gagosian.com

Credit to Rachel Wolff writing for ART news. Visit the link for more information

http://www.rachelwolff.com/97.74.144.68/arttalk_gossip_girl_files/Gossip%20Girl-RSW.pdf

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Ruvan Wijesooriya Part I – Gossip Girl Art

In Gossip Girl, Gossip Girl Art on October 19, 2011 at 8:39 pm

“Untitled”, 2008. Edition of 5, 36 x 24 inches.

Ruvan Wijesooriya (Lives and works in New York).

The famous fashion and music photographer is really one of the favourite artist on the Gossip Girl  set. Here, Christina Tonkin has shown great taste in the chose of works. He is not only into fashion and music, his art also works beyoynd these boundaries.

Chuck Bass’s apartement

The writers for the show liked his work so much  that they based an own character on him. This was to be Max, the photographer in season 2. They also made him to direct a short video featured in season 2.Ruvan has many of his works featured in the show, among many six of them are permanently in Chuck Bass’s apartment. He is still featured in season 5.

More to come…….

Episode 11, season 4


For utterly information:

ruvanw@hotmail.com
+1 917 450 9967

Pilot-Gossip Girl Art

In Gossip Girl, Gossip Girl Art, Season 2 on December 29, 2010 at 7:10 pm

Richard Phillips

“Spectrum” by Richard Phillips, 1998.

First time featured in Gossip Girl, Lily Van der Woodsen collection , Season 2, episode 5.

Richard Phillips (born 1962 in Massachussets), lives and works in New York.  He is known for his large-scale glossy hyper-realistic paintings, in the style of magazines from the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970s, and with references to popular image culture.

Elmgreen & Dragset


Prada Marfa, 2005, Sign by Elmgreen & Dragset, first time featured in Season 2, Episode 5.

Special edition made for Gossip Girl, before making “Prada Marfa”- a permanent sculpture in Texas by the Berlin arists Michael Elmgreen (born: 1961 Copenhagen, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset (born: 1968 Trondheim, Norway).

“Prada Marfa”-Texas, 2005.

Kiki Smith


“Carrier”,  2001, (Most likely) Intaglio with hand applied water color, 22 3/4 x  55 1/4 inches. Edition 33.  First time featured in Season 2, Episode 5.

Kiki Smith (born: 1954, Nuremberg, Germany . Lives and works in USA)

An Etching  and aquantin in colors with hand-coloring with the same margins was sold at the Auctionhous Phillips for 3125 USD in 2008, estimated between 3500 and 5500 USD.

http://www.phillips.com/detail/KIKI-SMITH/NY030208/88

For utterly information:

Larissa Goldston Gallery, NYC

 

Ryan McGinley

Falling “Sand”, 2007, c-print, 48 x 72 inches. First time featured in Season 2, Ep. 7

Ryan McGinley (born: 1977, lives in New York).

Team Gallery Inc., New York

The vase is from Crate  & Barrel

 

Rita Wilmers

“Three of Hearts” acrylic and Pen on Paper, 22 x 33 inches.First time featured in Season 1, ep. 4

Rita Wilmers ( lives and works in Forest Hills, Queens)

Her works has been shown in Galleries, private collections, and one-woman shows. Wilmers has aslo been a children’s fashion designer. She has also been subjekt of an article in the New York Post

For more examples of Mrs. Wilmers art, visit http://www.wilmersart.com