BIRMINGHAM, ALA.- The Birmingham Museum of Art brings the Birmingham community a distinctive exhibition of works by Andy Warhol. Warhol and Cars: American Icons, on display from June 24 ? September 16, is the first exhibition to examine Warhol?s enduring fascination with automotive vehicles as products of American consumer society. ?Warhol was fascinated with American culture and his images represented what he felt were elemental to our culture whether they were Hollywood icons, Campbell's soup cans, or Chryslers coming off the Detroit assembly line,? said Ron Platt, Curator of Modern and Contemporary art at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
The Middlebury College Museum of Art opened Edward Hopper in Vermont, a rare and stunning exhibit of watercolors and drawings of Vermont subjects by the iconic American painter. In the more than 75 years since their creation, the ma... Read Post
Shanghai's contemporary art museum on Sunday opened a show featuring the works of American pop artist Andy Warhol, but without his iconic portraits of former Chinese leader Chairman Mao. The Pittsburgh-based Andy Warhol Museum, whic... Read Post