About REVOLVER Gallery
REVOLVER Gallery is a Los Angeles-based art gallery with a one-artist program that focuses on the life and work of Andy Warhol, the pioneer of Pop Art. With over 300 original prints and paintings in its collection for sale, REVOLVER Gallery has the largest “gallery-owned” Warhol collection worldwide. REVOLVER Gallery contextualizes the artist’s body of work and historical significance through outreach efforts, strategic partnerships with leading art institutions, and curating international Warhol exhibitions. Wikipedia page.
Andy Warhol Art for Sale
At REVOLVER, there are over 300 original Andy Warhol artworks for sale. Warhol used his signature techniques of screenprinting, pieces reproduced serially and often painted with vibrant colors, to portray subjects that combined his fascination with glamour, celebrity, and commercial production. REVOLVER Gallery patrons can buy Warhol works that exemplify Warhol’s vision and artistry, such as his iconic Campbell’s Soup Cans, Marilyn Monroe portraits or still life collections.
REVOLVER is located in West Hollywood on Sunset Blvd – a choice site in the creative culture scene where fashion, art and music merge. Whether visitors want to buy original Andy Warhol works or simply view what’s on display, they will enjoy the Pop Art aesthetic of the gallery.
REVOLVER Gallery’s touring exhibitions include the following:
Warhol: A Different Idea of Love: a Vancouver, Canada exhibition, which had over 50,000 visitors during its two-month duration. The exhibition opened in Yaletown’s Maison Ai warehouse in early 2015. The exhibition showcased artworks from Revolver’s collection, private owners, and the Andy Warhol Foundation. Some notable works on display were Warhol’s portraits of Liz Taylor, rare silkscreens of Muhammad Ali, and Warhol’s Shoes prints. At the time, this was the largest showing of Warhol’s in Canadian history, until Revolver topped it later the same year with Andy Warhol Revisited: A Mirror For Today in Toronto.
Andy Warhol Revisited: A Mirror For Today: Toronto-born gallery owner Ron Rivlin curated this exhibit in the Yorkville neighborhood of Toronto. The exhibition showcased more than 120 works from Revolver’s own collection, and was further supplemented by works on loan from the Andy Warhol Foundation, Christie’s auction house, museums, and various private collectors. Complete with an integrated mobile app and an audio tour, the show featured iconic artworks such as Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup prints, Marilyn Monroe silkscreens, Mick Jaggers, John Gottis, and many more. In its first 2 months, the exhibit brought in over 50,000 visitors, and ran for 6 months from 07/01/2015 – 12/31/2015.
Andy Warhol Revisited: Thirty Year Later: Revolver’s largest show, Andy Warhol Revisited: Thirty Years Later coincided with the 30th anniversary ofWarhol’s death and ran from February 11th to August 27th of 2017 in Los Angeles. The exhibit featured over 200 works of art in rotation, including series like Electric Chairs, Ladies and Gentlemen, Endangered Species, Myths, Ten Portraits of Jews, plus popular works like Marilyn Monroe and Campbell’s Soup Cans. Keith Haring’s rare Andy Mouse portfolio was also exhibited, along with Warhol’s very own 1974 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow, owned by Revolver, and marking the first time the vehicle had ever been on display to the public. Ron Rivlin described the exhibition as “[encapsulating] the artist’s fascination with glamour, fame, money, celebrity and tragedy through his artistic creations.”
Andy Warhol: Cars from the Mercedes Benz Art Collection: This exhibit began on July 23rd, 2022 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Showcasing Andy Warhol’s Cars series of paintings and screenprints—commissioned by Mercedes-Benz in 1986 to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the motor car—the exhibition situates Warhol’s artistic ventures with motor vehicles alongside some of Mercedes-Benz’ most impressive creations. Furthermore, the show marks the first time in over 30 years that Warhol’s Cars works have been exhibited in the United States. Warhol’s very own 1974 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow was also present at the exhibit, on loan from Revolver gallery.