Tate Modern, London, England, 12 March – 6 September 2020
The first Andy Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern for almost 20 years, this major retrospective will bring together many of Warhol's most famous works.
Including his images of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's Soup, it will also feature works from his Ladies and Gentlemen series, his Silver Clouds, and the Exploding Plastic Inevitable.
As part of Museum Brandhorst's 10 year birthday celebrations, its Forever Young exhibition will include a selection of works from its extensive collection.
Among the featured works are a clutch of works by Andy Warhol, alongside a host of other art from the 1960s up to the modern day, and an extensive programme of lectures and events.
Warhol's Shadows Series
After an extensive exhibition tour between 2011-2018, Warhol's Shadows series of paintings is now part of the permanent exhibition at Dia Beacon.
Created in 1979, Shadows is a single painting spread across multiple parts and brings together film, painting, photograph and screenprinting. Warhol's original intention was for each part of the work to be displayed edge-to-edge around the circumference of a room, and this has been honoured in this exhibition.
The Warhol's Collection
Home to the world's largest collection of Andy Warhol's art, the Warhol Museum features work from throughout the artist's life, along with a permanent film and video gallery for viewing Warhol's cinematic work.