After surpassing attendance numbers for its monumental Picasso retrospective last year, the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing is gearing up to stage the largest museum survey on Andy Warhol in China.
The show, which is scheduled to launch next summer, will feature over 200 paintings, prints, drawings, films and photographs by the late pop art icon. Moreover, a slew of archival materials exploring the artist’s career from growing up in Pittsburgh to dominating the New York art scene in the 1980s will also go on view.
“Andy Warhol” will run July 3 until October 10, 2021 in Beijing before showing at the UCCA Edge in Shanghai in November. Visit the UCCA’s website for more information.
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October 8, 2020
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