1982 in art

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The year 1982 in art involved some significant events and new works.

Events

  • Andy Warhol "falls in love" with Duran Duran at a Blondie concert.
  • Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe's animations play a major part in the success of the film version of Pink Floyd's The Wall.
  • Photographer Jacqueline Livingston opens Jacqueline Livingston "A One Artist Gallery" in New York's Soho showing a different body of her work monthly for one year. Livingston and her gallery are placed under FBI surveillance because of accusations of child pornography. (reference corrected by the artist)

Awards

Works

Paintings

Other

Exhibitions

Births

Deaths

References

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