Dozens of masterpieces from the undisputed master of the pop art movement have come to Vancouver. And you can see them all for free.
Some 80 prints and paintings from Andy Warhol are on display now through March 30 in Yaletown’s Maison Al warehouse, as part of an exhibition titled A Different Idea of Love. Many of the works are from Warhol’s so-called Socialites series – portraits of the social elite of his day, including Marilyn Monroe with canary yellow hair and pink lips, Jane Fonda and Ted Kennedy.
The exhibit represents the largest collection of Warhol works ever displayed in Canada.
Warhol became a cultural icon with his unique paintings and prints exploring the intersection of art, celebrity and advertisement. Continue reading:
Huge Andy Warhol Exhibition Opens in Vancouver – For Free