An unprecedented re-reading of the work of the high priest of pop art through his connections with the New York underground scene: music, dance, cinema…
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|Emma Lavigne, Tristan Bera, Juliette Bouveresse, Alexandra Müller
|Dos carré collé
|Number of pages
|Français / English
|370 x 280
|Centre Pompidou Metz
Exhibition Catalogue Warhol Underground, presented at the Centre Pompidou Metz (until 23 november 2016).
The exhibition highlights the influence of the New York musical scene and choreographic vanguard in Andy Warhol’s work. It will be the occasion to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s meeting with The Velvet Underground in 1965, before he became their producer.
All along the exhibition, music will lead the visitor to a re-discovery of Warhol’s work, through more than 150 photographs by Nat Finkelstein, Billy Name, Steve Schapiro or Stephen Shore, films and some of Warhol’s most emblematic works (Ten Lizes, Brillo Soap Pads Box, Campbell’s Soup Cans, White Disaster or Big Electric Chair). In addition, archives and vinyl record sleeves—considered by Andy Warhol as genuine art works—will convey a visual and auditory tone to Andy Warhol’s work.
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