The exhibition "Warhol: Headlines" is formed by a group of works gathered together for the first time, where it is touched the relationship between Warhol and the media is not analyzed linguistic symbols. This stage of its production, which moves away from Warhol's most famous icons, is related to the conceptual and visual poetry.
The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the National Gallery of Art of Washington, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, edited by Molly Donovan John J. Curley, Anthony E. Grudin, John G. Hanhardt, Calie Angell and Matt Wrbican.
Location: National Gallery of Modern Art
Hours: Tue-Sun 8.30 - 19.30. Closed Monday, May 1
Tickets: Full: € 10.00 / Concessions: € 8.00