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Holly Solomon, United States

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394 W Broadway
New York
NY 10012

New York, United States
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Holly Solomon (1934 – 2002) was a prominent collector of contemporary art and founder of the Holly Solomon Gallery in New York City in 1975. Her Soho gallery was initially known for nurturing the artistic movement known as Pattern and Decoration, which was a reaction to the austerities of Minimal art. She was the subject of an early portrait by Andy Warhol that made her a Pop Art icon, of sorts, as well as the subject of portraits by Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg. Holly and Horace Solomon made a lasting contribution to the work of Gordon Matta-Clark when they provided the site for Matta-Clark's project Splitting, a suburban home in Englewood, New Jersey.


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Holly Solomon

Address: 394 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA