Revolver Gallery to Showcase Andy Warhol at Art Silicon Valley

Revolver Gallery to Showcase Andy Warhol’s Work at Art Silicon Valley

REVOLVER GALLERY ART SILICON VALLEY

ANDY WARHOL | SILICON VALLEY

A REVOLVER GALLERY ART FAIR PRESENTATION
On view October 8 – October 11, 2015

REVOLVER GALLERY TO CONTINUE ITS MULTINATIONAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM OF ART BY ANDY WARHOL IN THE HEART OF SILICON VALLEY

This October, Revolver Gallery follows up its second international exhibition of over 150 works by Andy Warhol, with a return to the United States for Art Silicon Valley. Revolver Gallery will showcase a choice selection of iconic paintings and works on paper by the artist in the Bay Area for the first time since its opening.

Revolver Gallery’s participation in the fair follows its second major Warhol exhibition abroad this year. Andy Warhol: A Different Idea of Love received over 50,000 visitors during its two month in Vancouver ending in June, 2015 and its current exhibit, Andy Warhol: Revisited, continues to engage thousands of visitors every week in Toronto with its rotating selection of artworks. The Revolver collection stands as the largest collection of works by the artist to ever be exhibited in Canada. In addition to the works on view, Revolver Gallery has curated a premier lecture programming schedule featuring renowned art luminaries, academics, critics and internalionally established, contemporary artists to highlight Warhols significance in the contemporary art sphere.

Revolver Gallery will open up doors to the world of unique world Warhol to fair visitors, providing them direct access to art by one of the most storied artists in the history of post-war contemporary art. On view will be a selection of historical paintings and iconic works on paper, bringing blue-chip art to the center of the tech world like never before.

*Complimentary evites are available for the first 35 people! Interested parties please contact us directly at info@revolvergallery.com.

Find out more at Art Silicon Valley.

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