A large Andy Warhol exhibition will head to five Asian cities over the next three years, opening in Singapore in March.
Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum has announced that an exhibit by one of pop art’s most influential icons will be heading to Asia with 5 stops in major cities over the next three years. Starting in Singapore in March, the exhibit will then travel to Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing in 2013 and end in Tokyo in 2014.
The exhibit, “Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal,” will feature photographs, screen prints, drawings, more than 300 paintings and sculptures by Warhol.
The artist passed away 25 years ago after complications from gall bladder surgery, and the exhibit is planned as a 25th anniversary and remembrance.
Source: Miami Herald