Martin Lawrence Galleries Dallas Unveils a World-Class Collection of Exceptional Works by the True Masters of Pop Art

Nations' Premier Network of Fine Art Galleries, located in the Dallas Galleria, offers rare and exclusive opportunity to view and acquire breathtaking works of art by many of the most influential artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Dallas, Texas, Sept. 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

"We want to see the newest things. That is because we want to see the future, even if only momentarily. It is the moment in which, even if we don’t completely understand what we have glimpsed, we are nonetheless touched by it. This is what we have come to call art”-Takashi Murakami

Martin Lawrence Galleries (MLG), in Dallas at the Galleria mall located at 13350 Dallas Parkway, Galleria Level 1, embraced the Pop art movement in the 1960s, 70’s and 80’s-and its manipulative and symbolic culture-by creating collaborations with Andy Warhol and Keith Haring. MLG produced Warhol’s: Campbell Soup Boxes (and holds one of the largest collections of Andy Warhol’s in the world) and published Haring’s Growing Suite and Limited-Edition catalog-Keith Haring 1988, a one-man exhibition in Los Angeles of paintings, drawings and prints.

“Voyeurism is a director’s job description. It’s an artist’s too”-Andy Warhol

 MLG also acquired, and offers for sale, works by Larry Rivers and Roy Lichtenstein. Rivers is considered to be the godfather of Pop art; his work was a merge of nonobjective, non-narrative with objective abstraction. Lichtenstein’s style fluctuated between Cubism and Expressionism and in the 1950s he began to incorporate hidden images of cartoon characters such as Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny into his abstract works — his works have been called a document of wonderment of the graphic formulae and his contribution to escalating comics to fine art can be compared Warhol’s soup works.

“I believe that any art communicates what you’re in the mood to receive.”-Larry Rivers

MLG’s latest additions to their collection of world-class artists include Takashi Murakami and Philippe Bertho. Murakami, often called the “Warhol of Japan’, coined the term superflat, which describes both the aesthetic characteristics of Japanese artistic tradition and the nature of post-war Japanese culture and society.  His artistic style and motifs are uniquely his own. (childlike anime-esque characters rendered in bright colors, flat and highly glossy surfaces) Bertho’s works are paintings of ideas, imbued with delicacy and restraint. He is a master of the trompe l’oeil (“to fool the eye”) style, a technique which literally creates the illusion of a 3rd dimension on a flat surface. His work draws comparisons to the “Pop Surrealist Decades” which included Warhol and Dalí.

In the Dallas Galleria, MLG can be found on Level 1. Stop by to view new and original paintings as well as hand-signed limited edition works by the world’s finest 20th and 21st century artists, or call them at 972.546.2988. For more information, visit MLG online at +

 Opening Reception + Thursday, October 19, 6-8 pm + RSVP 972.546.2988 + DALLAS@MARTINLAWRENCE.COM + MARTINLAWRENCE.COM


About Martin Lawrence Galleries

Since 1975, Martin Lawrence Galleries (MLG)-headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut with nine gallery locations nationwide including New York, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, New Orleans, San Francisco, Costa Mesa, La Jolla, Maui and online at has been assisting and advising collectors as they consider acquiring fine art. (MLG), with its unparalleled collection of treasures, specializes in unique paintings and sculptures and original limited editions by Warhol, Haring, Murakami, Chagall, Picasso and Erté. In the last 15 years, it has lent nearly 250 different artworks by 16 different artists to 32 museums around the world, and proudly publishes works by artists including Kondakova, Hallam, Bertho, Fressinier, Lalonde and Deyber. For more information visit

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Andy Warhol, Annie Oakley, 1986 (#378, Cowboys & Indians), hand-signed screenprint, 36 x 36 inches Philippe Bertho, pop (detail), pigment print on archival canvas, 231/2 x 231/2 inches

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