In 1982, there was an art school co-founded by Andy Warhol(along with other artists, scholars and patrons), that is still around today. This school is the New York Academy of Art (a not-for-profit education and cultural institution which combines intensive technical training in drawing, painting and sculpture with active critical discourse) and is once again, for their 11th year presenting their annual Summer Exhibition.
This is a juried show at Flowers Gallery, an internationally recognized gallery with three locations in London and New York, featuring over 70 works of painting, drawing and sculpture by Academy alumni, faculty and students. The works were selected from over 500 submissions, by a jury comprised of Matthew Flowers, Managing Director of Flowers Gallery, Andrew Russeth, executive editor of ARTNews, and independent art advisor Joyce Varvatos. Exhibit runs til Saturday, July 15, 2017