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Ronnie Cutrone
Rude Awakening in the Dream Lab
acrylics on canvas
cm 172,5x203
2010
Ronnie Cutrone
Off the Rack- By the Slice
acrylic on canvas
cm 163,5x213
2010
Ronnie Cutrone
American mask (silver)
acrylics and collage on canvas
cm 187x183
2008
Ronnie Cutrone
Madonna – Erotica
acrylic and collage on canvas
cm 180x180
2008
Ronnie Cutrone
And Around (A Perfect Christmas Gift)
acrylic on flag
cm 54x94
2008
Ronnie Cutrone
low
acrylic on canvas
cm 77x77
2006
Ronnie Cutrone
A Little Help from my Friends
acrylic, collage on canvas
28"x26"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
American Pie
acrylic on canvas
30"x24"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Strawberry Spider Cone
acrylic on canvas
30"x24"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Zabriskie Point
acrylic, collage on canvas
24"x30"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Soft Superman
acrylic, collage on canvas
24"x30"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Diabolik Creamsicle
acrylic, collage on canvas
28"x24"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Itsy Bitsy Dirty Bomb
acrylic on canvas
32"x22"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Oom!
acrylic on american flag on canvas
70"x50"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Spider Sale
acrylic, collage on canvas
30"x24"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
"Cross" Carnivale
neon, acrylic, velvet on canvas
20"x20"
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Itsy Bitsy Dirty Bomb
acrylic on canvas
cm 81,3x56
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Oom
acrylics on American flag on canvas
cm 177,8x127
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Spider Sale
acrylic and collage on canvas
cm 76x61
2003
Ronnie Cutrone
Hot Fudge Sundae
acrylic, collage on canvas
38"x28"
2002/03
Ronnie Cutrone
"Cross" Burn
velvet, burnt american flag on canvas
20"x20"
2002
Ronnie Cutrone
"Cross" Good Year
acrylic, collage on canvas
20"x20"
2002
Ronnie Cutrone
"Cross" Hendrix
acrylic, collage on canvas
20"x20"
2002
Ronnie Cutrone
"Cross" Rose
acrylic, collage on canvas
20"x20"
2002
Ronnie Cutrone
Polka dot Cross
acrylic on amercan flag
91,4x61
2002
Ronnie Cutrone
American Mask
acrylic, collage, american flag on canvas
30"x36"
2001/02
Ronnie Cutrone
Flash
acrylic, collage on canvas
70"x47"
2001
Ronnie Cutrone
Ice Cream Sundae
acrylic on american flag on canvas
56"x40"
2001
Ronnie Cutrone
Red Cross
velvet, acrylic on american flag
56"x36"
2001
Ronnie Cutrone
Sunshine Superman (Green Lantern)
acrylic, collage on american flag on canvas
72"x52"
2001
Ronnie Cutrone
Thor
acrylic, collage on canvas
60"x40"
2001
Ronnie Cutrone
Thor
acrylic and collage on canvas
cm 152,4x101,6
2001
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 2
acrylic, collage on american flag
30"x20"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 12
acrylic on american flag
36,5"x22"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 1
acrylic, collage, american flag on canvas
35,5"x22"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 4
acrylic, collage on canvas
30"x22"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 5
acrylic, collage on canvas
20"x30"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 6
acrylic, collage on canvas
28"x36"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 7
acrylic on sack
30"x30"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 8
acrylic, collage on canvas
30"x24"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 9
acrylic, collage on canvas
24"x30"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Apostle # 10
acrylic, collage on canvas
36"x30"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Purple Cross
acrylic, collage on canvas
50"x40"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Tatabu
acrylic, collage on canvas
72"x52"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
The Lone Ranger
acrylic, collage on american flag on canvas
68"x42"
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Tatabu
acrylics and collage on canvas
cm 182,9x132
2000
Ronnie Cutrone
Daredevil
acrylic on american flag on canvas
60"x36"
1999
Ronnie Cutrone
Silver Surfer
acrylic on canvas
68"x42"
1999
Ronnie Cutrone
Sorcerer's Apprentice-Alchemy
acrylic on american flag
60"x36"
1999
Ronnie Cutrone
The Phantom
acrylic on quilt
72"x44"
1996/99
Ronnie Cutrone
The Phantom
acrylic on quilt
cm 152,8x112,8
1996-99
Ronnie Cutrone
Supreme inner Being
acrylic on canvas
cm 80 x 65
1993
Ronnie Cutrone
Fanfare
acrylic on quilt
cm 83x62
1993
Ronnie Cutrone
Black and White Michey
acrylic on quilt
cm 80x65 (X2)
1993
Ronnie Cutrone
Shopping
acrylics on canvas
cm 70x45,5
1993
Ronnie Cutrone
Ringmaster
acrylic on quilt
cm 100x125 25.000,00
1993
Ronnie Cutrone
Painting away from the Light
acrylic on canvas
cm 154x102
1992
Ronnie Cutrone
Birden
acrylic on flag
cn 220x147
1992
Ronnie Cutrone
Big Red Puzzle
acrylics on canvas
cm 152x100
1992
Ronnie Cutrone
Big Red Puzzle
acrylics on canvas
152x100
1992
Ronnie Cutrone
No question asked...none answered
acrylic on flag
cm 186,5x119
1991
Ronnie Cutrone
Money to burn
acrylic on flag
cm 190x121
1991
Ronnie Cutrone
The Torch of Freedom
acrylic on flag
cm 188x125
1991
Ronnie Cutrone
Star Tepping
acrylic on quilt
117x102
1991
Ronnie Cutrone
Crazy Quilt
acrylics on quilt
cm 246x204
1990-1991
Ronnie Cutrone
Quilt n. 1
acryllic on quilt
cm 202x202
1990
Ronnie Cutrone
Quilt n.2
acryllic on quilt
cm 213x190
1990
Ronnie Cutrone
Quilt n. 3
acryllic on quilt
cm 164x195
1990
Ronnie Cutrone
This is a Free Country
acrylics and collage on canvas
cm 153,5x92,5
1990
Ronnie Cutrone
The Old Man and the Sea
acrylics on flag
cm 150x197,5
1989
Ronnie Cutrone
David and the Corporate Structure
acrylic on canvas
145"x93"
1987
Ronnie Cutrone
Saint George and the Appropriation
acrylic on canvas
118"x185"
1987
Ronnie Cutrone
David and the Corporate Structure
acrylics and serigraphy on flag
cm 368x237
1987
Ronnie Cutrone
Saint George and the Appropriation
acrylics and serigraphy on flag
cm 300x470
1987
Ronnie Cutrone
Art Aid
acrylic on flag
cm 151x246
1986
Ronnie Cutrone
Art Aid
acrylic on flag
cm 151x246
1986
Ronnie Cutrone
Happy Valley
acrylic on canvas
84"x70,5"
1985/86
Ronnie Cutrone
Living Water
acrylic on canvas
91"x109"
1985/86
Ronnie Cutrone
Happy Valley
acrylics and serigraphy on canvas
cm 214x179
1985-86
Ronnie Cutrone
Living Water
acrylics and serigraphy on canvas
cm 229x316
1985-86
Ronnie Cutrone
The future is none of my business
acrylics and serigraphy on canvas
cm 270x420
1985
Ronnie Cutrone
My future is none of my business
acrylic and serigraphy on wallpaper
cm 270x420
1985
Ronnie Cutrone
Birden
acrylic on flag
cm 220x147
1982
Ronnie Cutrone
Dubfire Ghost Who is Your Daddy?, 2009, acrylic and collage on flag, cm 114,5x173


Ronnie Cutrone
Polka Dot Cross, 2002, acrylic on flag, cm 91,4x61


Ronnie Cutrone
Cross Burn, 2003, neon on velvet, cm 52x52x6


Ronnie Cutrone
Ice Cream Sundae, 2001,acrylic on flag on canvas, cm 142,2x101,6


Ronnie Cutrone
Friendly Fire, 1991, acrylic on flag, cm 243x143


Ronnie Cutrone
Popeyepop, 1991, acrylic on flag, cm 157x92


Ronnie Cutrone
Rebellion, 1991, acrylic on flag, cm 90x170


Ronnie Cutrone
This is a Free Country, 1990, acrylic on flag, cm 156x90


Ronnie Cutrone
Friendly Fire, 1991, acrylic on flag, cm 243x143


Ronnie Cutrone
Quilt n. 2, 1990, acrylic on quilt, cm 213x190


Ronnie Cutrone
No Question asked…None answered, 1991, acrylic on flag, cm 186,5x119


Ronnie Cutrone
Crusade, 2005, acrylic and collage on canvas, cm 180x180


Ronnie Cutrone
Sketches of Spain, 2006, acrylic on canvas, cm 180x180


Ronnie Cutrone
Cell Girl ““Afghanistan””, 2006, acrylic and flag on canvas, cm 220x240


Ronnie Cutrone
Look Better, 2006, acrylic on canvas, cm 188x285


Ronnie Cutrone
6 FT Explosion With Phone Messages, 2007, acrylic and collage on canvas, cm 204x199


Ronnie Cutrone
Super Mario, 2010, acrylic and collage on flag, cm 367x144


Ronnie Cutrone
Silver Surfer, 1999, acrylic on canvas, cm. 172x106


Ronnie Cutrone
Whirlpool, 1992, acrylic on canvas, cm 105x135


Ronnie Cutrone
Artist with dog, 2005, acrilici su bandiera americana, cm 59x95


Ronnie Cutrone

Ronnie Cutrone was born in New York City in 1948. He attended the School of Visual Art in New York (1966-1970), coming into contact with the New York Avantguard art scene, which led him to work as the assistant of Andy Warhol at the Factory for almost ten years beginning in 1972.
Ronnie Cutrone belongs to the first generation of American artists whose visual education was formed in front of television, the Hollywood icons, coloring books, commercials, rock'n'roll, and other forms of mass media.
Cutrone's work in Pop art began in 1982, with some canvases that recreated cartoon characters, which represent his personal way of observing human nature and of drawing attention to the social and political implications of American society. These characters live in their habitat, they are often painted on the American flag, and they are always a testimony of Cutrone's identity and research.
Sensitive to the historical and political facts that affect the reality of his country, starting in 2001, after the tragic events of September 11th, Cutrone's artististic “path” displayed a sense of melting “like an ice cream”, and with this were born two new series of work: the Red cross, crosses of blood, and the Cell girls (so-called latent terrorist cells that are however ready to attack), which continue to be joined by the “decadent” myths of the American super hero. The last solo show in Italy of Cutrone's work was held at Lorenzelli Arte in Milano during the fall of 2003.
Cutrone's exhibitions in Italy over the past few years include: Lucio Amelio, Naples 1982; Salvatore Ala, Milano 1984 and 1987; Lorenzelli Arte 1995; Trimarchi Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bologna; and Galleria Rinaldo Rotta, Genoa 1998 and again at Lorenzelli Arte in 2010.
Exhibitions held in museum spaces include: Palazzo Bricherasio, Turin 1999; Museo di Castelnuovo in Naples, Chiostro del Bramante in Rome 1997; and Cutrone's recent participation in the large Pop Art exhibition at the Triennale of Milan during the spring of 2004.
Important shows were held in several museum of South America in 1998: Curitiba, Salvador de Bahia, Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro. In 2005 he realizes a big mural painting (Coney Island), in 2006 a new exhibition at Lorenzelli Arte, in 2009 the show at the Milk Gallery (New York) and at Mar & Partners in Turin. In 2010 the third show at Lorenzelli Arte and in 2011 at Galerie Gmurzynska in St. Moritz.

His work can be found in some of the world's most important private and public collections, along with the collections of many renowned museums such as the Brooklyn Museum of Arts in New York, Whitney Museum in New York, the Museum of Modern Art of New York, the Boymans Beunigen Museum in Holland, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Los Angeles.
He died in Lake Peekskill, NY on 20th July, 2013.