From October 12, 2013 to February 2, 2014 with over one hundred and fifty works from the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and from many American and European collections. The exhibition will trace the creative development of the artist who, so greatly, turned upside down the twentieth-century art. Following the exhibitions dedicated to Chagall, Miró, Picasso and Kandinsky, the Fondazione Palazzo Blu continues its investigation into the great masters of the twentieth century, which has brought more than 300,000 visitors to the historic residence on the Lungarno River. Following the exhibitions dedicated to Chagall, Miró, Picasso and Kandinsky, which has brought more than 300,000 visitors in four years to Pisa, BLU | Palazzo d’arte e cultura opens its doors, from October 12, 2013 to February 2, 2014, to the art of Andy Warhol, for what promises to be a must-see event in the wealth of exhibitions coming this autumn. The Fondazione Palazzo Blu, in part- Andy Warhol The exhibition at Palazzo Blu in Pisa nership with GAmm Giunti, moves forward with its investigation into the Masters who wrote the history of twentieth-century art.
The exhibition, curated by Walter Guadagnini and Claudia Beltramo Ceppi, will feature approximately 150 works providing a survey of the author’s creative journey which, so greatly, turned upside down the art of the twentieth century. Thanks to the collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, which houses a large part of his legacy and will grant the loan of some important unreleased work in Italy, and some of the historic collections, such as those from the galleries Sonnabend, Feldman, and Goodman in New York, European museums such as the MAMAC in Nice, the Berardo Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Lisbon, the Albertina Museum of Modern Art in Wien, the MUMOK in Wien, as well as some masterpieces from Italian public and private collections, such as the Unicredit Collection and Intesa San Paolo Collection