Joseph Albers Red Grooms Jose Luis Quinones " The Frederick Weisman Art Foundation represents
Arman Duane Hanson James Rosenquist over 40 years of collecting Modern and Contemporary
Richard Artschwager Keith Haring Edward Ruscha Art, the Weisman Collection Exhibition at the FDIM
David Bates Jenny Holzer George Segal includes over 80 works of the greatest names in
Tony Berlant Roy Lichtenstein Michael Speaker 20th Century painting and sculpture. Highlights of
Beau Bradford Kim Mac Connel Frank Stella some of the art works are Andy Warhol, GeorgSegal,
John Chamberlain John Mc Cracken Robert Therrien Joseph Cornell, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha, Frank
Chema Cobo Arnold Mesches Andy Warhol Stella, Ellsworth Kelly, Tony Berlant, Christo, Donald
Christo Ed Moses Judd, Ed Moses, Alex Katz, Jose Luis Quinones, Nan
Joseph Cornell Matt Mullican June Paik and many more." (Excert from FDIM
Ronald Davis Keith Noland Exhibition 2000)
Leslie Dill Claes Oldenburg
Jim Dine Nam June Paik " Having absorbed the total effect from a distance, it is
Peter Erskine Mary Ellen Powell fascinating to examine Quinones work up close,
Viola Frey knowing it is done with a brush and not a spray gun."
Katharina Fritsch (Midwest Art Magazine April 1976) Claudia Roberts
Jack Goldstein Trevithick
"This is art you can wrap your head around. Television and motorcyles, "
Oreo cookies and Orange Crush, Daffy Duck and Spiderman. The beauty
of the pop art movement of the '50s and '60s is that it brought art down from
the ivory towers and engaged average Americans with images they recognized."
(Sun Sentinel, February 14, 2014) " Cheaper by the Dozen was so popular at this year's
" Crushed Orange (1980) is an interesting take on Ohio State Exhibition that officials had to post a guard
Photo Realism by Puerto Rican artist Jose Luis Quinones, to keep people from touching it." (Beacon Journal Oct 5,1970)
who, unlike other Photo Realists, preferred brushwork
over airbrushing. Notice the irregular shape of the " Wit, irony and humor are recurrent themes. Jose Luis
canvas, with sharp edges sticking out. Quinones wanted Quinones' Crushed Orange immense Photo Realist
to preserve the contours of the crushed, flattened canvas of a crushed can of Orange Crush soda. In his
soda can. ( Palm Beach ArtNews, 1/18/2014) hands, a brand name becomes a physical object,
rendered with painstaking, meticulous realism."
(Pepperdine University Magazine, August 2012
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