More than 30 of Andy Warhol’s coveted pop art pieces are slated to go on display at the Malibu Lumber Yard Gallery beginning Friday, Aug. 30, the Revolver Gallery announced on Monday.
The collection, titled “Andy Warhol: Icons & Symbols,” includes original screenprints of some of the most famous faces Warhol worked with, including Marilyn Monroe, Muhammad Ali, Elizabeth Taylor, Truman Capote, along with a famous piece of metal—the Campbell’s soup can. Warhol’s personal Polaroid camera will also be featured in the exhibit.
After being on display at L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills this summer, the traveling exhibit is set to call the Lumber Yard home until Oct. 13, according to the gallery.
Gallery owner Ron Rivlin said Malibu is the ideal place for Warhol’s works to be seen.
“Malibu is the perfect location for the second stop of our worldwide tour for the exhibition…I think it is important to share Warhol’s work with everyone, and especially focus on how his work is so much more than iconic imagery of celebrities,” he said.
For more information on the gallery, visit www.revolverbeverlyhills.com.