Andy Warhol in Bucharest

Andy Warhol comes to Bucharest.

For the first time ever 85 original works by one of the greatest artists of the 20th century will be on display in the Romanian capital, in the foyer of the Sala Mica at Bucharest’s National Theatre. All of the works are on loan from the Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in Medzilaborce in Slovakia. (Although Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, his family is of Slovakian origin).

The exhibits on show include the famous Campbell’s Soup Cans, Electric Chair and part of the Ladies and Gentlemen collection. A number of personal items also form part of the exhibition.

The exhibition opens today and runs until February 23rd next year. It’s open from 14:00-18:00 every day except Monday.

One thought on “Andy Warhol in Bucharest

  1. “The exhibits on show include the famous Campbell’s Soup Cans”…………..Do you ever double check what you wrote before putting it out in cyberville? Blinking soup cans? Is this some sort of wind up? Rodney Trotter’s Marble Arch at Dawn is for more worthy than any guff done by that Andy Warhol wallybrain!

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