Steve Kaufman
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Since his death, Steve Kaufman’s artwork has appeared in several television programs, art tourism hotels, and a number of international exhibitions including:

• Collaboration with Rosini Gutman Gallery and its series of Andy Warhol art exhibitions. This partnership kicked off with Yachting and Art (YA!2015), a popular regional art event in collaboration with the Italian Embassy. Additional exhibitions include "Forever: Andy Warhol and Steve Kaufman" (2015) in Düsseldorf, Germany, and "Loving SAK Forever" (2016) in Bologna, Italy.
• “The Coca-Cola Bottle Art Tour: Inspiring Pop Culture for 100 Years,” (2015) an international art installation in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Coca-Cola’s iconic glass bottle. The two-part tour visited more than 15 countries and travel 62,000 miles before its conclusion in Sydney, Australia. Steve Kaufman’s Coca-Cola art and sculpture were previously on exhibit at The Pop Culture Gallery at The World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, GA from 2009-2010.
• “Street Smart Art: Steve Kaufman Back On The Streets of L.A.” (2015) the convergence of pop art by the late Steve Alan Kaufman (SAK) with street candid photography by Nik Pichler.  The grand opening celebration was held on May 28, 2015 at the Wiesenthal Bergstaller automotive dealership in Vienna, Austria. This exhibition, part two of a series, was organized by Diana Vachier, Alberto Panizzoli, and Eva-Maria Bachmaier.

• “Pop Art Meets Alpine Flair” (2014) a series of Beatles portraits by Steve Kaufman, on exhibit at the Hotel Edelweiss in Obertauern, Austria, where the Fab Four stayed while shooting the movie "Help."  This exhibition was organized by Eva-Maria Bachmaier, Claudia Haslauer, Diana Vachier and Alberto Panizzoli.

• “Mozart State II,” a portrait of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart created in 1997 by Steve Kaufman is added as a new, permanent addition to the Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum, the official Mozart museum and residence in Salzburg, Austria. Steve Kaufman is the first American artist to achieve this prestigious honor. The painting's acquisition was arranged by Diana Vachier and Alberto Panizzoli, and unveiled at a celebration held July 30, 2014 at Mozart's Residence.

• “Pure Pop Art” (2013) at the Marcos Valcárcel Cultural Center in Ourense, Galicia, Spain, an exhibition that featured works by artists Andy Warhol, Steve Kaufman, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, Robert Rauschenberg, Mel Ramos, Pietro Psaier, and Robert Indiana.

• "This is POP ART!" (2012) at El Museo de Pasión de Valladolid, España (The Museum of Passion in Valladolid, Spain), which featured works by Steve Kaufman, Keith Haring, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol.

• “Steve and Me” (2015) the convergence of pop art by the late Steve Alan Kaufman (SAK) with reflection art photography by Nik Pichler. The grand opening was held on March 5, 2015 at Studio am Naschmarkt in Vienna, Austria. This exhibition, part one of a series, is the result of a teamwork effort by Diana Vachier, Alberto Panizzoli, Eva-Maria Bachmaier, and Nik Pichler, who spent 12 days in Los Angeles creating photographical interpretations of Steve Kaufman art in two cycles: Reflection Art and Street Art.
• “Icons of Music: Then and Now” (2014) at The House of Music in Grado, Italy, a series of brilliant pop art portraits of the world’s most recognizable musicians, from Mozart to Michael Jackson. This exhibition was arranged by Diana Vachier and Alberto Panizzoli in collaboration with the Municipality of Grado.

• “Icons of Pop Art, Then and Now” (2013-2014) at the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari (House of Ferrari Museum) in Modena, Italy, a convergence of vintage sports cars with contemporary art. This exhibition, arranged by Diana Vachier and Alberto Panizzoli, was inspired by artist Steve Kaufman’s 2006 series of Ferrari paintings and features approximately 40 works by Steve Kafuman, Andy Warhol, Roy Litchenstein, Russell Young, Burton Morris, and Romero Britto.

• “Pop Art In Trieste: Steve Kaufman, the Former Assistant to Andy Warhol” (2013) at the Palazzo Costanzi in Trieste, Italy, an exhibition arranged by Diana Vachier and Alberto Panizzoli in collaboration with the municipality of Trieste and dedicated in its entirety to the late artist Steve Kaufman. More than 13,000 visitors came to see this exhibition, which featured 30 works from notable collections.
• “Writing as an Image, Writing within an Image” (2012) at the Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in northeastern Slovakia, and located in the hometown of Warhol's parents. This exhibition featured more than 150 works by Andy Warhol, plus works by Warhol's colleagues Steve Kaufman, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jean-Michael Basquiat.