Institute of Contemporary Art Boston (USA)

The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston is a non-profit art museum, exhibition and event space in Boston Massachusetts, founded in 1936. In 1966, the museum held the second ever museum exhibition dedicated to Andy Warhol, from October 1st to November 6th, and included about 40 of Warhol’s artworks. The artist created the Campbell’s Soup Can (Tomato) 1966 shopping bag for the show, which was thus published by the museum. The Velvet Underground also played during Warhol’s exhibit as part of the Exploding Plastic Inevitable project.