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Andy Warholl (1928 - 1987) was an American artist, one of the main figures of the Pop Art movement and one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. From a young age he showed his artistic talent, and studied advertising art at the Carnegie Institute of Technology.

By imitating the familiar aesthetics of mass media, advertising, and celebrity culture, Warhol blurred the boundaries between his work and the world that inspired it, producing images that have become as pervasive as their sources. Warhol developed the idea of the ​​Hammer & Sickles while being in Italy. He remained very impressed by the many slogans of the Comunist party around the italian cities.



Some of the past exhibitions

  • Andy Warhol Foundation, NY

  • MoMa, NY

  • Guggenheim Museum, NY 

  • Tate, London

  • Centre Pompidou, Paris

  • GAMeC, Bergamo


Permanently collected by: 

  • 2020 Tate, London

  • 2015 Louvre, Paris

  • 2014 Louvre, Abu Dabhi

  • 2010 Museum Ludwig, Cologne


"Electric Chair" 1978

 43x56 cm, Silkscreen on paper 

 ​​”Hammer & Sickles”, 1978 - 79

79 x 102 cm, silkscreen on paper 


"Grapes" black and white, 1978-79

 101 x 76 cm, Silkscreen on paper

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