'Transmitting Andy Warhol' at the Tate Liverpool
An exploration of the artist's pioneering career
This Fall, the Tate Liverpool will be the host of Transmitting Andy Warhol, a new exhibition that looks at one of the most important and influential artists of the post-war period and the artist's role in establishing new creative processes which spread across the art world.
The major exhibition – which will run from November 7 to February 8 – will highlight a selection of Warhol's iconic pieces including the Marilyn series, which will be shown beside paintings loaned from international collections, films, drawings, prints and photographs – documenting how Warhol's art practices and philosophies paved the way for Pop Art and artistic practice.
Transmitting Andy Warhol aims to provide new insights into the unique range of the artist's body of work, as well as his social, political and aesthetic implications in his art.