A traveling exhibition featuring Andy Warhol will come to Malibu for a special exhibit starting this week.
"Andy Warhol: Icons & Symbols" is set for Aug. 30 to Oct. 13 and is put on by Malibu's Seda Baghdasarian's Malibu Lumber Yard Gallery and Ron Rivlin's Revolver Gallery of Beverly Hills.
The exhibition is currently at the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills and will move to the MLY Gallery, 3939 Cross Creek Road.
“Malibu is the perfect location for the second stop of our worldwide tour for the exhibition," Rivlin said. "... I think it is important to share Warhol’s work with everyone, and especially focus on how his work is so much more than iconic imagery of celebrities.”
The Revolver Gallery boasts one of the largest inventories of Warhol works, and this exhibition will feature more than 30 original screenprints from the pop art master.
Works to be featured will include the infamous Liz Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Muhammad Ali, Truman Capote, Mao and Campbell’s Soup Cans prints. Also featured at the exhibition is Andy Warhol’s Personal Polaroid Camera, which was recently featured by Digital Trends and PopPhoto.com.
Andy Warhol was one of the 20th century’s most influential artists and cultural critics.
The exhibition is sponsored by the Surfrider Foundation.