Andy Warhol's prints in Kampa Museum in Prague

Twenty works of art of Andy Warhol, the cultural idol and the most famous representative of pop-art, can be seen these days in the gallery of Kampa Museum in Sovovy Mlyny near the Vltava river.

The exhibition presents Warhol’s prints concerning disasters. Many of those prints were made at the beginning of the 1960s when Warhol was fascinated with death and obsessed with “fifteen minutes of fame”. His works also depict famous people, such as Marilyn Monroe in bright colours or Jackie Kennedy shortly before and after the assassination of Kennedy.

The exhibition called “Disaster Relics: Selected Prints” will be held until 30th September 2007. The gallery is open daily between 10:00 and 18:00.

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