Over the decades, various aspects of the grandiose and rather complex artistic practice of were described Andy Warhol was explored; however, from time to time certain details of it are reinterpreted and contextualized according to the latest researches .
For example The Prince of Pop was generally fascinated by women and femininity in general ]. Warhol decorated Hollywood divas and was impressed by their style, extravagant behavior and lavish lifestyle. Such dedication was further transferred to its superstars ̵
devoted women regardless of age, figure, race or fame. Lévy Gorvy Gallery therefore decided to present an extensive exhibition entitled Warhol Women by presenting his portraits of women from the early 1960s to the 1980s.
The Warhol Women
This special exhibition seeks to examine how important women were to Andy Warhol . It is reflected on the artist's complex and contradictory connection to the ideals of femininity, beauty and power. It can therefore be said that all the work (through his signature screen-printing process) will reveal the ambiguities that permeate the entire Warhol work.
The show conveys a fascinating intimacy of the motifs presented and sheds new light on artistic creation, both historically and in the contemporary context of empowering women and constructing identity. Andy Warhol – Aretha Franklin "width =" 577 "height =" 577 "srcset =" https://d2jv9003bew7ag.cloudfront.net/uploads/Andy-Warhol-Aretha-Franklin1.jpg 577w, https: //d2jv9003bew7ag.cloudfront. net / uploads / Andy-Warhol-Aretha-Franklin1-270×270.jpg 270w, https://d2jv9003bew7ag.cloudfront.net/uploads/Andy-Warhol-Aretha-Franklin1-179×179.jpg 179w, https: //d2jv9003bew7ag.cloudfront. net / uploads / Andy-Warhol-Aretha-Franklin1-555×555.jpg 555w, https://d2jv9003bew7ag.cloudfront.net/uploads/Andy-Warhol-Aretha-Franklin1-265×265.jpg 265w, https: //d2jv9003bew7ag.cloudfront. net / uploads / Andy-Warhol-Aretha-Franklin1-90×90.jpg 90w "sizes =" (max-width: 577px) 100vw, 577px "/>
The installment  The exhibition will be with Po portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Kennedy (which are further described below) as well as Triple Mona Lisa of 1963; This particular piece is a reproduction of one of the most famous paintings and a tribute to the timeliness of female beauty .
The following segment will be dedicated to the first portraits of Warhol : such as the portraits of Socialist and art collector Ethel Scull (1963). Other paintings depict marginal figures as in the 1970s Ladies and Gentleman series depicting Black and Hispanic Drag Queens which met Warhol in New York
1980s Warhol Focusing on Celebrity Culture a series of paintings and other works mainly comprised women from popular films, music, fashion, politics and high society in a standardized square format, the closing segment of the exhibition presents these works (based on images taken with a Polaroid camera).
Andy Warhol at Lévy Gorvy
Finally, it is important to mention that the upcoming exhibition is without the credit of important public and private institutions like the Brant Foundation and not possible the collection Froehlich from Germany.
The selection of Warhol's famous Screen Tests (Short, Silent Black and White Films) will additionally contribute to a better understanding of the perception and representation of the artist's femininity . The projection is housed in an aluminum foil-coated room reminiscent of the silver environment of the factory where these films were made.
Warhol Women will be on display in [New York] by Levy Gorvy from ] April 25 to June 15, 2019 .
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Editor's tip: Andy Warhol Portraits
Andy Warhol's portraits include more than 300 portraits from the early 1960s to death The first book offers a comprehensive overview of this overlooked work, which includes well-known icons of the 20th century, including Jackie Kennedy, Mick Jagger, Liza Minnelli, and Queen Elizabeth, as well as many paintings that were largely unknown even to Warhol followers , With contextualizing essays by longtime Warhol collaborator Tony Shafrazi and art critics Carter Ratcliff and Robert Rosenblum, Andy Warhol Portraits is a Facebook from the amazing cast of characters that populated Warhol's intriguing, star-studded and sometimes sordid world. Selected Images: Andy Warhol – Triple Mona Lisa, 1963. Screen Printed on Linen, 56.5 x 100.3 cm (22 1/4 x 39 1/2 in) © 2019 The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, Inc./ Licensed by the Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. All images courtesy of Lévy Gorvy.