Those of you on the west coast: if you’re looking for some creative culture, a place where fashion, art, and music collide, look no further. Head over to Revolver Gallery in Beverly Hills and dive into its Pop Art aesthetic, complete with a flower-painted ceiling, concrete floors, and an iconic Marilyn hanging in the window!
Pictured are just a few iconic works by Andy Warhol on view at the space.
Absolutely unique: this screenprint on a cotton t-shirt, created just months before his death, features Andy Warhol’s famous Self-portrait (Fright Wig).
Andy Warhol’s beautiful and wistful Sunset.
Put on your sunscreen, and make sure you wear your shades because this summer is going to be hot! Celebrate the heady days and long, perfect nights of summer with works by artists such as David Hockney, Elliot Erwitt, John Baldessari, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol.
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Shoe of the Evening
Andy Warhol’s 1955 Shoe of the Evening, Beautiful Shoe (from A La Recherche du Shoe Perdu) seems very appropriate post Met Ball 2013, which saw its star guests embrace this year’s exhibition theme—Punk: Chaos to Couture—with aplomb.
Andy Warhol’s stunning portrait of actress Grace Kelly was a fundraising piece for the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, Kelly’s hometown. Warhol always had a soft spot for the ICA, since they hosted his first one-man solo show in 1965, which subsequently launched his career as a serious artist.
Iconic: Andy Warhol’s 1967 portrait, Marilyn.
From Andy Warhol to Tom Wesselmann and Alex Katz, we’re dedicating our latest sale to Pop artists who have reinvented female portraiture.
In Pop Tarts: Portraits Of Women, fascinating ladies, such as Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe, and Queen Beatrix, are portrayed with a Pop Art-twist!
From Valentino to Pelé and a rare self-portrait, check out Andy Warhol’s fantastic polaroids.
Beautiful: Andy Warhol’s wistful Sunset.
It may still be slightly chilly out…but flowers like these will get anyone daydreaming of spring!
In case you were wondering, pictured is Andy Warhol’s famous Flowers.
Andy Warhol wittily reminds us that the Elkhorn Mountains of the famous Blue Mountain range are best recognized nowadays as the logo for Paramount, rather than for their natural topography.
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Beware of Dog—created by Andy Warhol in 1983.
This is Andy Warhol’s famous vintage photograph of the legendary New York nightlife impresario Steve Rubell, founder of Warhol’s favorite disco, Studio 54. Warhol took this photograph when Rubell was chosen to appear on the cover of Interview magazine in 1979, at the height of his fame and notoriety.
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Each of the 10 works in Andy Warhol’s Myths portfolio represents a different archetype of American popular culture, including Dracula, Santa Claus, Superman, and Uncle Sam. Apparently, each print in the portfolio also expresses some facet of Warhol’s own personality; The Shadow, a self-portrait, seems to confirm this notion. By including this image of himself in the series, Warhol recognized his own contribution to American cultural mythology.
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