Art fans will be getting excited for the new art exhibition opening at 77 Bloor St. West. Beginning this summer, Toronto will get a rare opportunity to view one of the world’s largest collections of original Andy Warhol prints and paintings. The exhibition is curated by Los Angeles based Revolver Gallery, and will feature a selection of Warhol’s most recognizable pieces including portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Mick Jagger, as well as the artist’s iconic Campbell’s Soup Cans.
With over 120 historic prints and paintings from Revolver Gallery’s collection, the exhibition will also include artwork from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., Christie’s Auction House, and distinguished museum and private collections. The exhibition was recently featured in Vancouver in association with the Andy Warhol Foundation and Christie’s Auction House, and received over 50,000 visitors in the two month it was open.
Located in the city’s trendy Yorkville neighborhood at 77 Bloor Street West, Andy Warhol Revisited: A Mirror For Today, brings a museum quality exhibition to the city that will run for a six month period and be open to the public daily from Wednesday, July 1 until Thursday, December 31, 2015. Admission to Andy Warhol Revisited: A Mirror For Today is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors (65+), $5 for students (full-time with ID) and youth (6 to 17), kids (under 5) free and 20 per cent off a group of 10 or more. For more information visit: www.warholrevisited.com.