Pop Art: I’m a believer

Pop Art: I’m a believer

Pop art was born in postwar time, during the explosion of capitalism around the world. The liberation from the hard times was represented in colorful and highly ironic art. Andy Warhol was one of its maximum representatives and he played with advertising, capitalism, and consumerism converting products into pieces of art, and also adopting a critical vision that sometimes was misunderstood into superficiality. The Lenbachhays and the KiCo Foundation present the exhibition I’m a believer, which explores the work of artists like Andy Warhol, Thomas Bayrle, Ulrike Ottinger, and Hannsjörg Voth, pioneers…

Cadillac x Andy Warhol

Cadillac x Andy Warhol

Warhol said that in the future, everyone will have their 15 minutes of fame. He was a visionary, and we know today, that everybody can be famous or grab the attention of somebody because of the social media. His legacy in the pop culture is priceless, and he has inspired so many other artists. This exhibition shows original and rare material from the Andy Warhol Museum’s archive and particularly five letters to or from Mick Jagger, Yves Saint Laurent, The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the New York State Department of Public…