This summer sees a very special guest at Málaga’s Picasso Museum with opening of the Andy Warhol retrospective “El Arte Mecanico” opening this month.
Visitors can now get up close and personal with some of Andy Warhol’s most famous works, including his emblematic Campbell’s Soup Cans and Marilyn prints, as two of the 20th century’s most influential artists come together at the Picasso Museum in Málaga’s city centre.
The major retrospective, following the works of the iconic pop artist from his beginnings as a graphic designer in the 1950’s to his death in 1987, arrives in Málaga following a successful tour of Barcelona and Madrid.
Including 352 works demonstrating the artists mastery over a range of subjects and media: from paintings, sculptures, drawings, silkscreen prints and audio-visual installations to art books, films, record sleeves, posters and photographic works spanning more than 30 years.
Also on display are a series of portraits of Warhol by such eminent photographers as Alberto Schommer, Richard Avedon and Robert Mapplethorpe.
The exhibition will run at the Picasso Museum in Málaga throughout the summer until 16th September 2018.