Andy Warhol’s “Early Drawings”

February 2, 2013

Pela primeira vez, 300 desenhos de Andy Warhol dos anos 50 estão sendo publicados em um livro editado pela Blau e exibidos no Louisiana Museum of Modern Art na Dinamarca, para depois seguirem para a Holanda e serem colocados à venda.

Mais conhecido pelas imagens de serigrafia de latas de sopa, batidas de carro e Marilyns que definiram a pop art, alguns dos trabalhos do artista precedentes ao movimento já mostravam traços de um interesse pelo culto a celebridades e uma obsessão pela repetição.

A exposição Andy Warhol’s “Early Drawings” acontece no Louisiana Museum of Modern Art na Dinamarca até 21 de fevereiro de 2013. Veja alguns dos desenhos de Andy Warhol abaixo:

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For the first time, 300 drawings by Andy Warhol from the 1950s are being published in a new book edited by Blau and exhibited at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Denmark and later in Holland, and will then be available to buy.
Mostly known for screen prints of soup cans, car crashes and Marilyns that defined pop art, some of the artist’s earlier works reflects traces of his interest in the lives of celebrities and his obsession with repetition.

Andy Warhol’s “Early Drawings” will show at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark until February 21, 2013. See some of Warhol drawings below:

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No Title (Pensive Girl Resting Head on her Hand), circa 1951
Photograph: The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc

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No Title (James Dean Look-Alike), circa 1957
Photograph: The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc

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Face repeated eight times, circa 1958
Photograph: The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc

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