Andy Warhol is one of the most versatile and most popular artist of the twentieth century. The exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein presents the artist's late work.

By the 1960s, Andy Warhol (1928–1987) had become an internationally acknowledged Pop artist on the basis of his Coca Cola bottle and Campbell's soup can series and his portraits of idols like Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe. At the latest after the attack on his life in 1968, he noticeably altered his themes and techniques. His works gained in existential urgency, not least as a result of his preoccupation with death. Andy Warhol  – The Late Work  is the first exhibition to cast a more differentiated light on Warhol's late oeuvre. The artist's high aspirations are evident in his Skulls, Shadows, Oxidations, Maos, Rorschachs, Camouflages, Self-Portraits and the Last Suppers – all of which Warhol produced in the last 15 years of his creative life and which are included in the exhibition. Also on show are large installations of his wallpapers. The exhibition is rounded off by smaller paintings, as yet unpublished photographs, videos and films, illustrating the many-sidedness of the late Warhol in his most important and impressive works.

Mark Francis curated the exhibition, which has been organised in cooperation with the museum kunst palast in Dusseldorf.

More pictures to this exhibition

  • Andy Warhol
    Exhibition view Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich © Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
  • Andy Warhol
    Exhibition view Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich © Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
  • Andy Warhol
    Exhibition view Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich © Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
  • Andy Warhol
    Exhibition view Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich © Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
  • Andy Warhol
    Exhibition view Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich © Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein
  • Opening
  • Sat, 12.6.2004
    16.30
  • Thu 3.6.

    Film

    I Shot Andy Warhol
    by Mary Harron, USA/GB 1996, 99'
  • Sat 12.6.

    Opening

    Andy Warhol. The Late Work
    A tribute to andy
    contemporary wokrs from Mauricio Kagel und Georges Aperghis
    in cooperation with the Feldkirch Festival
    Party
    with Warholmovies, music with Dj Fred Dee
  • Sat 19.6.

    Art on Suturday

    Andy Warhol - big pictures
    with Anette Philp
  • Sat 19.6.

    Workshop

    start for the youth-video-project boarder crosser and a tour through the exhibition Andy Warhol. The Late Work
    in cooperation with the Büro für Kulturvermittlung, Wien
  • Thu 24.6.

    Lecture

    the artist as a buisnessman
    by Walter Grasskamp
  • Sun 27.6.

    Families

    Andy Warhol – polaroids and series
  • Thu 1.7.

    Film

    Women in Revolt
    by Andy Warhol, USA 1972, 100'
  • Sun 18.7.

    Families

    Andy Warhol – polaroids and series
  • Thu 26.8.

    Film

    Heat
    by Andy Warhol, USA 1972, 100'
  • Sun 29.8.

    Families

    Andy Warhol – polaroids and series
  • Thu 2.9.

    Lecture

    I'll Be Your Mirror. the portrait and the starmyth from Andy Warhol
    by Georg Frei, in cooperation with the Liechtensteinischen Kunstgesellschaft
  • Thu 9.9.

    Lecture

    The manufacturing method of the Warhol-factory
    by Klaus Theweleit
  • Fri 10.9.

    Special Event

    Music with DJ FRED DEE
    presentation of the youth-video-project boarder crosser
  • Sun 12.9.

    Finissage

    From A to B and Back Again
    by Matthias Ospelt