Fidfinvest Fine Art AG
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8001 Zürich


Was born under the name Andrew Warhola in Pittsburgh, PA/USA. He was an important and versatile pop-artist. After graduating in painting and design from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, Warhol moved to New York in 1949 to pursue his career as a commercial artist. Despite his success in this field, Warhol wanted to be an independent artist. At the beginning of the 1960s he began to use motifs from commercial advertising for his pictures. His meanwhile world-famous works such as Campbell’s Soup Cans, Disaster, Electric Chairs were first met with total incomprehension. He worked with techniques such as screen printing and stenciling. His success grew and grew and he founded the studio The Factory, which was located at 47th Street in New York.


2013 De Chirico / Warhol: Self-Portraits, Galerie Andrea Caratsch, St. Moritz
Le Pont – MAC Musées d´Art Contemporain Marseille
This is Not a Love Song – La Virreina – Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona
Neuerwerbungen Frühjahr 2013 – Galerie Ludorff, Düsseldorf
The Whole Earth – Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Iconic Moments – Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City
Beg, Borrow and Steal – Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs
2012 Fifty Artists, Fifty Years, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
Andy Warhol: Fame and Misfortune, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio
Portraits of Andy Warhol, Ibercaja Obra Social, Zaragoza
2011 Villa Schöningen, Potsdam
Rivoluzione Warhol, Centro Saint Benin, Aosta
Warhol Headlines, National Gallery of Art, Washington
American Icons: Andy Warhol and Cars, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair
Set of 8 Coloured Campell's Soup Cans, screen printing on skateboard, 8 times 80 x 20 cm