Campbell's Soup - Green Pea

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Artist: Warhol Andy Width: 58,5 cm
Support: Paper Height: 89 cm
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A reinterpretation of the famous Andy Warhol's silkscreen, published by Sunday B. Morning , printed with ink of excellent quality after the artist's death.
Andy Warhol reversed the rules of painting, in his view, the task of art was no longer to invent something new, but to be available to everyone, from the president of the United States to the common housewife.
This is the reason why he choose subjects taken and repeated endlessly by the media, by the high-consumption products such as Coca-Cola, the icons of American society of the time as Elvis and the beautiful Marilyn.
Taking off to them, the aura of Hollywood stars, through the technique of silkscreen Warhol tries to start a process of democratization of art.
For this series of portraits, the artist chooses one of the most popular subjects of Warhol, the can of Campbell's soup become a symbol of mass consumerism and pop vision of the company.










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