Warhol Unlimited in Paris | #Exhibition

October 4, 2015 by Antonella Sala


Forever Andy! 

An amazing opening has been attracting people, tourists and especially fashion lovers in Paris these days. The Musée d’Art Moderne presents Unlimited, a large exhibition dedicated to the renowned American artist Andy Warhol (1928-1987). 

Comprising over 200 works, Unlimited highlights the serial side of the Warhol oeuvre, a crucial aspect of his work, and his ability to rethink the way art should be exhibited.

Housed at the Dia Art Foundation, Shadows is a striking group of 102 silkscreened canvases of 17 different colours whose length totals more than 130 metres. Asked if these pictures were art, Warhol said no: “You see, the opening party had disco. I guess that makes them disco décor." 

His art represents a challenge which the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris extends to include series like the Electric Chairs (1964–1971), the Jackies (1964), the Flowers (1964–1965) and the Maos (1972–1973).



© Andy Warhol on Cow Wallpaper [Pink on Yellow], 1966  screen print on wallpaper

POST BY Antonella Sala
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