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Hollis Dworken Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Holly Solomon (Bridgeport, Connecticut 1934 - 2002, New York City) was a prominent collector of contemporary art and an art dealer who operated the Holly Solomon Gallery in New York City. The gallery was especially known for nurturing, in the 1970s, the mini-movement known as Pattern and Decoration, a reaction to the austerities of Minimal art. She was the subject of an early portrait by Andy Warhol that made her a Pop Art icon, of sorts, as well as the subject of portraits by Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg.
|Date Of Birth||February 12, 1934|
|Place Of Birth||Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA|
|1||Wrote, produced and directed a 5-part documentary film, "98.5", which won an award at the 1972 Edinburgh Film Festival.|
|2||Art collector and dealer specialising in pop art and later in "Pattern & Decoration".|
|The Plot Against Harry||1989||Call Girl (uncredited)|
|Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe||2007||Documentary||Herself|