20 April

Andy Warhol’s Last Supper, 30 years later...

 

“The Last Supper”, the Pop Art maestro’s last work, is celebrating its 30th birthday. For this special anniversary the Museo del Novecento in Milan is hosting the exhibition, “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”.

By The editorial team

  • Andy Warhol devant “The Last Supper (Yellow)” (1986), à l'inauguration de “Andy Warhol – Il Cenacolo” au Palazzo delle Stelline, à Milan, le 22 janvier 1987.. © Archivio Garghetti. Courtesy Gagosian.
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  • Andy Warhol (Milan, 1987). © Maria Mulas. Courtesy Gagosian.
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  • Andy Warhol devant “The Last Supper (Red)” (1986), à l'inauguration de “Andy Warhol – Il Cenacolo” au Palazzo delle Stelline, à Milan, le 22 janvier 1987. © Archivio Garghetti. Courtesy Gagosian.
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  • Andy Warhol dédicaçant des exemplaires de “Interview magazine” à l'inauguration de “Andy Warhol – Il Cenacolo” au Palazzo delle Stelline, à Milan, le 22 janvier 1987. © Archivio Garghetti. Courtesy Gagosian.
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  • Vue de l'exposition “Andy Warhol : Sixty Last Suppers”
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  • Andy Warhol “Last Supper, 1985” Polaroid Polacolor ER (8.6 × 10.8 cm) The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Artwork © 2017 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy Gagosian.
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  • Andy Warhol Source Material for Andy Warhol’s Last Supper, 1980s Printed ink on paper and masking tape on cardboard (29.8 × 39.4 cm) The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
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  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

  • The “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers” exhibition is already open at the Museo del Novecento in Mila, and will remain so until May 18th. “The Last Supper” is inspired by the masterpiece of the same name by Italian Renaissance master Leonardo de Vinci (painted between 1495 and 1498). The reinterpreted version by Warhol is composed of a reproduction of the original reprinted 60 times over a surface 10 metres wide. This major work was first shown in New York at MoMA in 1989 at the “Andy Warhol: A Retrospective” show.

     

    “Andy Warhol: Sixty Last Suppers”, in collaboration with the Gagosian Gallery, until May 18th, Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1, Milan.

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