Andy Warhol: Revisited

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Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Monica to see the new exhibition ANDY WARHOL: REVISITED 30 YEARS LATER that features Warhol’s most recognizable pieces including suites of Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger, Electric Chairs and Camouflage as well as a wall of the artist’s iconic Campbell’s Soup Cans. With over 200 historic prints and paintings on view from the Revolver Gallery collection, the exhibition will offer a large and diverse body of work that spans the 1960’s to Warhol’s untimely death in 1987.

Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Avenue, D4
Santa Monica, CA 90404

NO Bags
NO Gum
NO Food or Drink
NO Loud Talking
NO Touching Art or Installations
NO Loitering (Visit Limited to 30 Minutes)

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