Harold Golen Gallery 2294 N.W 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida 33127 Wynwood Art District 305-989-3359 View show, shop online at HaroldGolenGallery.com Show runs July 11 2015 – October 3 2015 Artists include Michael Banks, Rick Dienzo Blanco, Megan Besmirched, Erica Calardo, Colin Christian, Sas Christian, Eddy Crosby, Kirsten Easthope, El Gato Gomez, Robert Jimenez, John Kisee, […]
There are many “authoritative” opinions being voiced as of late, regarding the facts of the Keane saga. I’ve been asked why I haven’t given an official stance about the works’ ownership. The answer is out of respect for Margaret, Susan, and Jane. Who created the Keane waifs? The debate remains the same. The truth lies somewhere […]
Daughter of Walter Keane shares her perspective of the Big Eyes paintings by “KEANE”. A statement and Myth busters about why she firmly believes her father was the painter of the famous big-eyed waifs. You can read more on her website bigeyesmovie.com
In a very strange article Harvey Weinstein of Miramax films asks the question of Banksy. Is there a MRS Banksy out there? And if not he should come out of hiding to prove he’s the one painting his own work. Inspired by the Keane biopic Big Eyes this may be the most bizarre article to promote the movie […]
Margaret on her way to the premiere of her biopic Big Eyes. Getting ready and more about how she never thought her paintings would make it to the Museum of Modern Art. “This whole thing is bizzare” Watch the New York times video. The Carpetbagger’s Big Eyes, Big Lies.
Walter Keane was her great uncle. Nicole Sperling has an interesting perspective on the story and talks with Margaret about the movie, the deceit, and how she ultimately felt sorry for Walter for Entertainment Weekly.
Margaret Keane clears the air about Walters claims of threesomes and skinny dipping in their pool, that she was embarrassed to be an artist, and how Joan Crawford helped her art career. Read more over on Vulture.com
Margaret Keane at the New York premier of ‘Big Eyes’. The screening was attended by the actors as well as Diana Picasso, Eileen Guggenheim, Larry Gagosian and director Tim Burton. See the short clip of Margaret explaining how surreal this experience has been at MailOnline.