The Legacy of Andy Warhol is 2016’s major exhibition at Artipelag over the spring and summer period. Unlike traditional Warhol exhibitions, The Legacy of Andy Warhol is instead an attempt to broaden our understanding of his influence and legacy. Warhol’s footprint is not limited to his boundary-pushing art: he has also influenced our modern lifestyle and commercial areas.
This exhibition provides a unique opportunity to see more of his works that have never before been shown in Sweden, including 40 sketches from the 1950s and the legendary video installation by Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground, The Exploding Plastic Inevitable.
In the Andy Warhol Pop Up Store you will find products from many different companies, all interpreted from Warhol’s artistry and produced with permission from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts for the commercial market.
Every day at 1 pm (except September 7) a presentation in English is held for attending ticketholders. The same presentation is held in Swedish at 2 pm.
BabyBjörn-carrier tour and family tour
We have a BabyBjörn-carrier tour and a children friendly tour, read more about them here.
An exciting activity to compliment a visit to The Legacy of Andy Warhol exhibition. Silkscreen printing was developed in Japan about 2000 years ago and Andy Warhol put this technology to use in his own work.
Workshops available Saturday September 24th at 12.30, 1.30 and 2.30 pm and Sunday September 25th at 12.30 pm. The course lasts for about 45 minutes. Maximum 10 participants per session. Minimum age is 8 years. Price SEK 190/person (including materials). Family price (2 adults, 2 children) SEK 700 (SEK 175/child for more than two children).
To purchase tickets to the workshop click here >>
To participate you also need to purchase a ticket for the exhibition.
Follow the exhibition online through tumblr blog. In our app for iPhone and Android you’ll find an English audio guide as well as other useful information about the exhibition and Andy Warhol in general.
Curator Team for The Legacy of Andy Warhol
Bo Nilsson, Art Gallery Director; Frida Andersson, Curator; Jessica Hoglund, Curator; Joakim Norén, Purchasing; Samuel Lind, Graphic Design and Interactive Projects; Johan von Geijer, Technical Production; Iselin Page, Workshops.