Andy Warhol: Revisited Exhibition ReviewOver the past year, pop art has exploded onto the Canadian art scene with a resurgence that I haven't noticed in a longtime. From Douglas Coupland's simultaneous solo exhibitions at MOCCA and the ROM earlier this year to the amazing Jean-Michel Basquait exhibit at the AGO, it feels like pop art has gained popularity again. And for the past few months, Toronto has been home to Canada's largest Andy Warhol exhibition, Andy Warhol: Revisited, at a pop-up art gallery near the corner of Bay and Bloor streets downtown Toronto.
|Marilyn Monroe (selected works), 1967|
|Campbell's Soup II (selected works), 1969|
|Reigning Queens (selected works), 1985|
|Michael Jackson, 1984|
P.s!: Just inside the door is a wall of soup cans that is begging for a selfie to be taken in front of it and get your own 15 minutes of fame. I think Andy would've approved!