Andy Warhol

Pop Art for Everyone

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol: Pop Art for Everyone exhibition included selected, iconic series of works by Andy Warhol (1928-1987), such as Campbell’s Soup, Cowboys and Indians, Endangered Species, Flowers, and Ten Portraits of Jews of the 20th Century, accompanied by portraits of well-known figures such as Mick Jagger and Lenin. The exhibition was compiled from the private collection of Zoya Museum in Slovakia, Modra, and draws attention to the Warhol family’s Slovakian roots. Questioning the American way of living, using mass culture materials in his art, and trivializing the content and the form through replicability and reproducibility, Andy Warhol remains one of the most influential figures in contemporary art and culture. Included in the show are series of silkscreen prints and drawings exhibited for the first time in Turkey. 

The exhibition catalogue features  selected series by this most iconic name of American Pop Art, alongside articles on the art and career of Warhol, who believed popular culture to be the best thing created in America.

Publication year: 2014
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6 Foreword   
Suna, İnan & İpek Kıraç

8 Foreword   
Iveta Ledecká

12 Andy Warhol
Prof. Ivan Stadrucker

20 Andy Warhol: Philosopher of Art and King of Pop
Grzegorz Dziamski

34 Andy Warhol: As a Consequence of Drinking Coke     
Maria Hussakowska-Szyszko

48 Catalogue

Andy Warhol

Pera Museum was pleased to announce its new spring exhibition Andy Warhol: Pop Art for Everyone. The exhibition was composed of selected works of Andy Warhol from the Zoya Museum Private Collection in Slovakia, Modra. Included in the show were silkscreen series and drawings exhibited for the first time in Turkey, iconic works such as Campbell’s Soup, Cowboys and Indians, Endangered Species, and Flowers, accompanied by portraits of well-known important figures.

Andy Warhol