Alexa Montgomery | October 2016
“It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.” –Andy Warhol
Goodbye Beverly Hills, and hello Santa Monica! At Revolver Gallery, we are always looking for the best way to showcase Warhol’s grandeur collections. We have found a new, larger space to better service his classic artwork and fulfill his avant-garde mission.
Revolver Gallery is moving to the artistic and cultural hub of Bergamot Station this December. The former Santa Monica rail line is known for its conversion from an abandoned airport hangar into an artistic hot spot. Its abundant art galleries are one of the area’s must-see destinations and Revolver is excited to join the community. We have chosen a beautiful 4,000 square foot space in which to start our gallery’s next chapter.
We will kick off the move to our new location with the launch of, Andy Warhol: Revisited, an exhibition we have showcased throughout Canada and look forward to debuting in California. This exhibition will offer a close look into Warhol’s life and works throughout his career as we provide engaging education, audio tours, interactive mobile apps, lectures, and other special events. With an emphasis on Warhol’s unique artistic language and lasting social impact on our culture, we hope to immerse visitors in an experience they will both enjoy and learn from. The show will feature over 150 of Warhol’s works, including iconic pieces such as Campbell’s Soup Cans and portraits of Marilyn Monroe.
We are excited to join and such an impressive art community and share it with all our Warhol enthusiasts!