“The Art of Friends” by Burton Morris

Taglialatella Galleries is pleased to present “The Art of Friends”, an exhibition by Burton Morris paying tribute to the artist’s creative contributions to the television show that became a pop culture phenomenon.

Since Friends premiered in September, 1994, more than a dozen of Morris’ original pop art paintings and designs were featured on set in the colorful Central Perk coffee shop throughout the sitcom’s ten seasons.

Now, twenty-five years later, the artist reimagines pop icons like the steaming Coffee Cup, Statue of Liberty, King Kong and Uncle Sam – works which became part of the fabric of Friends, immediately recognizable to millions of fans who love the show, its character, and its creative and unique set designs.

The exhibition will display many of the readily familiar images hung on the Friends set along with new works inspired by the show itself, including original paintings, prints, and multi-dimensional works.

Taglialatella Gallery, NYC
New York City
229 10th Avenue, NY, 10011

September 19th – October 16th


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