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Armand Bartos Fine Art

Andy Warhol

New York

United States
Address:
25 East 73rd Street 4th Floor
10021
Phone: 1-212-288-6705
Fax: 1-212-288-6715
Website: www.armandbartos.com


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Warhol Soup


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Armand Bartos Fine Art is pleased to present Warhol Soup, the first exhibition to focus solely on Andy Warhol’s Soup Can works, and his transformation of the Campbell’s Soup brand into an American icon. This survey showcases Warhol’s three decades of art making, and brings to light the significance of this recurring image throughout his career. This presentation of paintings, sculpture and prints by the renowned Pop artist will be the gallery’s final exhibition before closing its doors to the public. Armand Bartos will continue to sell works privately.

“Andy’s Soup Can is the single most iconic work of art in the 20th Century and stands apart from other Pop works of the era,” says Armand Bartos, founder of Armand Bartos Fine Art. “The development of these images parallels both the history of art and the greater culture, in that—like many of the great Pop works of the Sixties—its underlying power lies in the ability of the subject matter to both tap into and critique the rise of consumer culture.”

Highlights from the Exhibition

• Campbell’s Soup Can (Chicken with Rice), 1966 – a rare, cast-alu... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

25 East 73rd Street
New York, NY 10021
Between 5th & Madison

6 train to 68th Street


Contact-Directors/Staff

Armand Bartos, Principal
Sarah Murkett, Director

Contact Sarah Murkettt for further information at sarah@armandbartos.com


Opening Times

During the exhibition the gallery will be open Tuesday-Friday, 10-5 and Saturday 12-5.