Revolver Gallery’s Andy Warhol Revisited presents part II of its exhibition with 30 additional pieces. The new works include Andy Warhol’s well-known Campbell’s soup cans series, Cowboys and Indians series, as well as portraits of socialites, royalty, and influential individuals including Vladimir Lenin, Mick Jagger, Muhammad Ali, and Jane Fonda.
Owner of Revolver Gallery, Ron Rivlin has worked with the Andy Warhol Foundation, Christie’s, museums, and private collections to bring this epic show to his native city of Toronto. The exhibition brings in all walks of life from toddlers to seniors, art fanatics and subtle admirers alike. “With that in mind, we created an exhibition that is intended to give visitors an experience that bridges the gap between Warhol’s more identifiable works and his more esoteric works.” Rivlin says.
“Andy Warhol Revisited Part II” is on view at 77 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Nov. 3–Dec. 31, 2015.
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