The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is getting an Andy Warhol retrospective in March 2021.
The exhibition, which will be called Andy Warhol, is set to explore “the personal, social and political backdrop” that influenced Warhol’s life and artwork. The new retrospective is a collaboration between the AGO, London’s Tate Modern where it will debut this March, and the Dallas Museum of Art.
Spanning four decades, the work will feature Warhol’s early drawings, experimental films, celebrity portraits, and more. The show is guaranteed to feature pieces like the 1963 film Sleep, Marilyn Diptych (1962), 100 Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962), a series of paintings of trans women and drag queens from 1975 called Ladies and Gentleman, and more.
Specific dates for the show have yet to be announced.
Lead photo courtesy of Jack Mitchell.