Andry Warhol: Lost then Found

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Following an extremely successful exhibition in New York’s Meatpacking District, “Lost then Found” is coming to Maximilian Street in the heart of Munich. m | u | c | a Munich Urban and Contemporary Art will host the exclusive European premiere, showcasing Steve Wood’s portraits of the co-founder and arguably most important exponent of the American Pop Art revolution, Andy Warhol.

Missing and presumed lost for over 30 years, these extraordinary photographs unearth a new sensitive side to the artist and hold it up to the searing light of day. They depict Warhol carrying a sunflower and a backpack, at times with a rather cool and distant demeanour but at others, sensitive and almost fragile. In all images, however, Warhol’s unmistakable presence can be strongly felt, underlining the unique character of this inimitable artist.

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The images reveal the sensible and fragile side of the artist, this time styled with EASTPAK backpacks.

MUCA, Maximilianstr. 54, 80538 Munchen
From July 5 to August 15 2013, Tue-Sat 10am-6pm or by appointment.

Image source: East Pak
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