The Guggenheim museum is currently showcasing an exhibit entitled, “The Fullness of Color: 1960s Paintings.” When I first heard about this online, I instantly knew it was a must see attraction.
The colors and patterns in all of these paintings resemble the LOGO brand’s personality. From the bright colors, to the stripes and patterns, the “anything goes with everything” mantra comes to life throughout this exhibit. Here are some of my favorites that truly mirror the boldness of the brand.
“The Wheelbarrow” by Gene Davis, as shown above, was created with thin pinstripes throughout the entire composition. These stripes were painted freehandedly. The various colors of the stripes blend and flow together beautifully. This reminded me of some of Lori’s pieces that blend colors together to create a chic and stylish look.
“Trans Shift,” made in 1964 by Kenneth Noland, reminded me of the quirky, edgy patterns that are on various pieces of LOGO clothing. One print, repeated multiple times, creates something beautiful and unique all across Lori’s clothing.
These paintings above also resembled the LOGO brand, with the pops of colors and patterns. If you are visiting NYC before August 2nd, make sure you check out The Fullness of Color: 1960s Paintings at the Guggenheim Museum. Click here for more information about the exhibit, ticket pricing, etc.