Andy Warhol was the father of the Pop Art movement and began painting his famous series of
While we do not have any of those items in our collection, (the last one sold at auction for more than 35 million dollars!) we do have a selection of
Andy Warhol discovered photography later in his career and by the time of his death, had over 50,000 photographs in his collection. Warhol took a camera with him everywhere he went capturing the personalities he met at The Factory or out on the town. Each night, he would have the negatives developed and the next day would select the images he wanted printed.
One print would be made and marked with Warhol’s stamp on the back. This selection of photographs shows the variety of scenes where
On April 23, 1985, The
These elements show the creative process Warhol employed to create the art.
While these items are can only be seen at our headquarters building, I am hoping to be able to create a traveling exhibit to make them available to a broader audience.
- Coca-Cola and the Premier League: Welcome to ‘Where Everyone Plays’
Valentine’s Day 2019: 130 years of
Coca-Cola’s historic love affair with Cupid
- #TakeAMoment with Fuze Tea in new TV ad
25 Years After ‘Philadelphia’:
Coca-Colaand (RED)® Release Featurette Charting Progress Made in Fight Against HIV/AIDS
- Where Everyone Plays: Behind the scenes with Jesse Lingard, Jermaine Jenas and the fans