Pop (art) will eat itself, (con’t) Warhol’s soups “naked & unlabeled”

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We get a very … original, if more than a little unsettling, view of Andy Warhol’s famous soup cans: “Warhol Soup Cans: Naked & Unlabeled” features the Pop Master’s icons de-robed. Lindsay Wohlman, an artist from Boulder, CO, does the unveiling, and offers this rather peculiar “first”.

32 of Warhol’s cans get the treatment and it is the Ferus Gallery, in Los Angeles – which exhibited the cans for the first time in 1962 – which will host the soup-kitchen… er, art exhibition. The artist has asked for financing – you can check out Lindsay Wohlman’s kickstarter page, linked here.

Visit the artist’s website, linked here.

Previously on Art is Life:

Andy Warhol “An American Story” at the Palazzo Blu in Pisa

15 Frames a Second of Fame from the Great Big Department Store in the Sky ____________ Go ahead Arty-Loos, you know you’re going to click on the link for the live webcam trained on Andy Warhol’s grave

Auctioneering! Warhol beats Picasso, becomes “Most Sold Artist of 2012″ … also besting the great Chinese artists of yesteryear’s Art Market tally

“Thank God it’s not Christmas” Andy Warhol and Truman Capote

Pop (art) will eat itself (con’t) … Andy Warhol eating a hamburger, 1981

“Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein” – A short film from 1966

Pop (art) will eat itself (con’t) … Warhol art floods the Art Market, … and the Supermarket

Andy Warhol – The Complete Picture (2002)

“Pop (art) will eat itself,” cont’d – the Warhol Foundation to sell part of the Pop artist’s collection of silkscreens, prints, photographs

Robert Hughes, “the greatest art critic of our time” … on Pop Art and Andy Warhol

Banksy served his own take on Warhol and pop art at MoMA – “buon appetito!”

Campbell’s Soup does Warhol – proving unequivocally that pop (art) will eat itself

“Pop (art) will eat itself,” con’t – Velvet Underground lose copyright fight over Andy’s Banana

Michelangelo’s David … by Feldmann and other modernist artworks visit Florence’s Accademia for “Arte torna arte”

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