Keiko – Bardot Noir et Blanc, Diamond Dusted

Terry O'Neill + Keiko Original

Artist: © Keiko

Size: 30" x 40" Unframed

Medium: Acrylic on Cotton Rag Original Screen Print Hand Pulled

Edition: Limited Edition of 15

Hand-Signed and Numbered by KEIKO
Certificate from Terry O'Neill Photographer
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Bardot Noir et Blanc 

Brigitte Bardot Cigar strikes a chord with the most recognized screenprints from Warhol’s Factory. Keiko illuminates Pop Culture Icons reflecting the spirit of an era of “true stars”.

Here French actress, Brigitte Bardot, one of the few to conquer the world smokes a slim cigar on the set of “The Legend of Frenchie King” in Spain, 1971. The film met with negative reviews but the photo by Terry O’Neill lives on in history. This photograph is in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Museum. It has been published around the world. If it has an air of familiarity, it is because some of the top supermodels of the world have imitated one of the fashion’s most celebrated photographs.

Brigitte Bardot is a myth when it comes to fashion, and her influence is still widely visible today.
Karl Lagerfeld, says about “Brigitte Bardot is the greatest fashion icon ever”.

Bardot served as muse and inspiration for a generation of singers such as Bob Dylan and John Lennon. Bob Dylan is said to have written his very first song about Bardot as a teen. John Lennon is said to have suffered so bad from jitters that he took LSD before meeting her. Serge Gainsbourg became Clyde to Bardot’s Bonnie.
Still an icon, 50 years later Bardot still shines bright like a diamond.

After 25 years of working alongside acclaimed artists in the field of music, photography and design, Keiko Noah lends a pop feminist eye on the celebrated portraits of the most influential icons of the 20th century.

Keiko Noah, with legendary photographers such as Terry O’Neill and Alfred Eisenstaedt, reinterprets classic portraiture by diamond dusting images with contemporary modern style. These portraits, the most recognized in the world, have captivated and fascinated for more then 5 decades, bridging generation gaps and standing the test of time.

Following the steps of Warhol, Keiko silks screens portraits of powerful women such as Bridgette Bardot and Marilyn Monroe. Even in the age of the 15 seconds of Instagram fame, where any face could be catapulted into the stardom of the “most viewed” photograph, Keiko’s art shows that these icons continue to make their mark.

In her deconstruction series, Keiko picks apart and reassemble pieces to question the objects of beauty and how they have changed over the years. Is there beauty in the reassembling of the pieces or in the pieces themselves?

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