Fine Arts of the 1990's

  • Moonlight Bay

    Moonlight Bay
    Moonlight Bay, painted in June 1990, by artist Martin Kennedy.
  • Best Buddies

    Best Buddies
    Keith Haring, Best Buddies 1990
  • Madonna's "Vogue"

    Madonna's "Vogue"
    Madonna's famous "Vogue" song and music video released in 1990 directed by David Fincher.
  • Fabulous Five

    Fabulous Five
    Fabulous five Graffiti art from 1990. New York City. Fabulous Five was a group of Graffiti arts during the 90's.
  • Haas House

    Haas House
    Haas House, built by architect Hans Hollein in 1990. Located in Vienna, Austria
  • Snow

    Uk based artist William Utermohlen Conversation Pieces - Snow, 1990, oil on canvas.
  • Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen spirt" album

    Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen spirt" album
    Seattle based group "Nirvana" album that changed the game for the punk rock era.
  • Light Sentence

    Light Sentence
    Light Sentence. Mona Hatoum. 1992
  • The Client

    The Client
    John Grisham is a beloved and popular author, particularly in the 1990's. This novel is just one example, as this was adapted into a motion picture the following year.
  • Jurassic Park

    Jurassic Park
    Steven Spielberg's spectacular adventure about an amusement full of dyno action and wonderous effects was released to the world on June 11th 1993, which had made over a billion dollars with re-release in 2013.
  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction
    Quentin Tarantino's groundbreaking independent film quickly became a cult favorite about four interlocking stories of violence, love, and redemption. This was the first independent film to make over a $100 million in the box office. The film went on to win numerous awards including seven Academy Award nominations, including a win for best original screenplay for that year.
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum
    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland Ohio, created by I.M. Pei 1987-1995.
  • Hall of Thirty-Three Bays

    Hall of Thirty-Three Bays
    Hall of Thirty-Three Bays. Hiroshi Sugimoto. 1995.
  • Spider

    Sculpted by French-born artist Louise Bourgeois when she was in her mid-eighties as a tribute to her mother, who was a tapestry restorer. Located at Garage Museum of Contemporary Artists in Moscow, Russia.
  • Rent

    Based on the 1896 opera La Boheme, this hit play about young, struggling artists in the East Village of Manhattan was first workshoped in 1993 before it had its Broadway debut on April 29th, 1996.
  • Paradise

    Toni Morrison is another beloved author who won the Nobel Peace prize a few years before this novel was released.
  • Titanic (motion picture)

    Titanic (motion picture)
    James Cameron's massive hit made a record 2 Billion dollars in the worldwide box office and held the record until James Cameron's 2017's Avatar.
  • The Angel of The North

    The Angel of The North
    Sculpted by one of the most celebrated artists in the U.K. Antony Gormley, which is modeled after his own body. Located in Northeastern England.
  • 99 cent

    99 cent
    Photo is taken from German photographer Andreas Gursky. Gursky depicted the spectacle of consumerism back in 1999. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)
  • Britney Spear's Music Video and hit single "Hit me baby one more time"

    Britney Spear's Music Video and hit single "Hit me baby one more time"
    Pop princess Britney Spears Debut Single hit the charts in 22 countries when released in 1999.