Andy Warhol, the father of Pop Art, "told" by Peter Brant Brant Foundation, a close friend of Warhol.
In 1967 Brant bought the first work of Warhol, a drawing of the famous Campbell's Soup, starting what would become one of the most important contemporary art collections in the world.
The Warhol exhibition features over 150 works, paintings, photographs, sculptures that are part of the Brant Foundation and tell a powerful story and a unique cultural exchange between the young collector and artist. A meeting from which will be born from a unique partnership which will lead to the legendary Interview magazine founded by Warhol in 1969 and that Brant will purchase with his publishing house shortly after the artist's death in 1987.
Edited by Peter Brant, co-curator Francesco Bonami.
From 18 April to 28 September at the Palace Onion
Hours: Monday from 14.30 to 20, Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 20
Tickets: 14 € whole € 12 reduced