Opus Art, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Andy Warhol Biography
(Pennsylvania 1928 - New York, 1987)
American painter, printmaker, film-maker, and writer; widely recognized as one of the most famous and controversial artists of the last century.
Trained at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, he initially gained recognition as one of the most successful commercial artists in New York, during the 1950s.
As an artist, he came into limelight with his paintings and screenprints of mass-produced images - advertisements and comic strips. Probably, the best known American Pop artist, his works depicting Campbell soups, Coca Cola bottles, celebrity icons, like Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, are some of the most recognized images of our time.
During his lifetime, he also collaborated with artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, the Graffiti artist and LeRoi Neiman, the Playboy magazine illustrator.
- Winter Warhol
Woodward Gallery - Andy Warhol 1928-1987
Coskun Fine Art - Andy Warhol - Small World
JGM.Galerie - Andy Warhol - Reigning Queens Drawings + Other Uniques & Editions
Pollock Fine Art - Warhol & Basquiat 2005
Galerie Sho Contemporary Art - Picasso, Miro & Warhol at Art Space
ArtSpace Gallery - Dubai - Small Treasures: Whister to Warhol | Bartlett Beckmann Corinth Flavin Kentridge Nash Ritchie Sloan Warhol Whistler and more
Robert Brown Gallery - Andy Warhol "Summer
Shadows" Woodward Gallery - Takes and Outtakes From The Andy Warhol Museum: In celebration of the 10th anniversary of The Warhol and the publication of Andy Warhol: 365 Takes
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc. - Andy Warhol
Guy Hepner Contemporary - A Triple Alliance: de Chirico, Picabia, Warhol
Sperone Westwater - Richard Avedon: 'Andy Warhol and The Factory'  and 'The Family' 
Selected Collections and Museums
- Museum of Modern Art. New York
- Art Institute of Chicago
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
- J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
- Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
- Tate Gallery, London