A new book by Laurence King titled Where’s Warhol, has the pop artist traveling throughout different iconic moments in art history, ranging from Michelangelo working on the Sistine Chapel to Jean-Michel Basquiat painting the streets of New York. Obviously aping Where’s Waldo, readers are challenged with finding Warhol juxtaposed among other people throughout 12 separate settings. In addition, notable historical characters including celebrities from the ’70s at Studio 54 to famous Modernists during the Bauhaus movement are all chronicled in the illustrations. Each scene was carefully recreated by art historian Catharine Ingram to ensure accuracy and illustrated by artist Andrew Rae. The book is available to pre-order now and will be available to purchase starting May 3.
Christie’s to offer two Andy Warhol screen prints of Queen Elizabeth II during Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Christie’s has announced two Andy Warhol screen prints of Queen Elizabeth II, on view within The Art of Literature: Auction Highlights […]
Shot Sage Blue Marilyn by Andy Warhol becomes the most expensive 20th-century artwork to sell at auction.
Christie’s Spring Marquee Week of sales began with the momentous sale of Shot Sage Blue Marilyn by Andy Warhol, selling for $195 […]
Christie’s expects Andy Warhol’s “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn” (1964) to become the most expensive 20th-century artwork to sell at auction […]
Skarstedt is to present Andy Warhol, an exhibition of notable works from varied series spanning over two decades of the artist’s […]