Warhol Exhibition in Vancouver Extended Due to Popular Demand

Warhol Exhibition in Vancouver Extended Due to Popular Demand

Vancouver Exhibit

With over 30,000 people attending the event, the Yaletown exhibition Warhol: A Different Idea of Love has been extended another month due to its increasing popularity.

Originally set to end March 31, the exhibition displays over 100 prints and paintings by Andy Warhol; the largest collection ever to hit Canada. The 5,000 square foot warehouse was converted into an art installation of Warhol’s famous art works.

Revolver Gallery partnered with Christopher Dohm, a private art consultant who runs Maison Al in Vancouver, to commence the exhibition in association with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Christie’s Auction House.

Later this year, Revolver Gallery plans to take shows to Montreal to coincide with the Grand Prix and to Toronto during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

For photos, visit our Instagram account using the hashtag #VanWarhol and follow us @RevolverGallery.

1280 Homer Street
Vancouver BC, V6B2Y5
Public hours: Friday 4-8pm | Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm
Private viewings by appointment: Tuesday – Friday
warhol@maisonai.com | www.warholvancouver.com

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