Initially emerging in the 1950s through the 1970s, Pop Art explored the application of popular and commercial culture in fine art. Artists discarded traditional approaches to art, employing instead imagery and techniques related to mass production that […]
Andy Warhol’s studio, The Factory, is probably the most well-known and notorious artist studio in history. Night after night it was the host to all kinds of debauchery, all the while Warhol was in the background turning out his celebrated screen prints.
One of the most influential and well-loved artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol continues to inspire fans young and old. With numerous retrospectives of his work happening all over the world he also remains one of the most sought after artists on […]
Today’s popular culture is the playground of influencers, tastemakers and celebrities creating original content that taps seamlessly into our everyday lives, punctuated by hashtags, product placement and the cult of superstardom. A pioneering concept […]
Synonymous with the work of Pop Art giant Andy Warhol is the cult status Campbell’s soup can. Produced at a time when Warhol was transitioning from creating graphic work for advertising to fine art, his series on soup cans is a reaction to this early […]
In 1964 Andy Warhol, the famed American Pop artist interested in the world of commercialisation, turned to the traditional genre of still life in his series Flowers. Though flowers are not outwardly commercial subjects, this series of works quickly became […]