"gallery goes POP: Warhol" Art Exhibition

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Feb 07 to Apr 12
12:00PM to 5:00PM
Location: 

David McCune International Art Gallery
Bethune Center for Visual Arts

Contact: 

Ms. Silvana Foti
(910) 630-7107
sfoti@davidmccunegallery.org

Description: 

Exhibition Dates: Feb. 7 - Apr. 12, 2019

The current exhibition entitled “gallery goes P O P: Warhol" is an exhibition featuring 34 silk screened images, 30 images lent from The Cochran Collection, a private collector, and 4 images are lent courtesy of the Ackland Museum, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC.

Andy Warhol’s silkscreened prints gives us a range and variety of the American artist's unique body from his Myths Series, Cowboys and Indians Series, Ads Series, Art and Sports Series, and to include his Icon Portraits and Moonwalk Suite.

A highlight of these images will include: The Witch, Mickey Mouse, John Wayne, Donald Duck, Sitting Bull, Grace Kelly and more.

Closed Sundays
Closed Mondays
Tues, Wed. Thursday, Friday: 11-5
Thursday: 11-7
Saturday: 12-4

Sunday Afternoon with Andy
Sunday, March 31 and Sunday, April 7
The Warhol Exhibition will be open to the public 1-4pm
 

gallery goes POP: Warhol
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