Richard H. Pettibone is active/lives in New York, California. Richard Pettibone is known for pop-art copied paintings.
Creating small 'pocket size' paintings from Pop-Art images already made
famous, Richard Pettibone does artwork that is described as "cloning",
which has resulted in "art that he can call his own." (Smith) His
copies include work by Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns as well as Marcel
Duchamp and Roy Lichtenstein. It is done under the umbrella of
'Dada' and "he has seemed completely unperturbed by this apparent lack
of originality." (Smith) In July, 2005, an exhibition of work by
Pettibone was held at the Philadelphia Institute of Art, and included
were 215 works representing four decades of his career.
In her review of this exhibition for the New York Times, Roberta
Smith wrote: "The walls are do ... Displaying 750 of 2503 characters.