If you are interested in photography, in particular that of Andy Warhol, the Photographers’ Gallery presents the first UK exhibition of Andy Warhol, focusing on 8x10’’ black and white prints from 1976-1987. The exhibit runs from the 17th January to 30th March 2014 at the Photographers’ Gallery in Soho.
Andy Warhol is a leading figure in the visual art movement known as Pop Art. Many of his collections are very collectible and extremely valuable. This art exhibition will provide an understanding into his daily life as the photographs capture the last decade of his life when he started taking pictures with a 35-millimetre camera. The exhibition will also include stitched works which he began creating in the 1980s.
The Photographers’ Gallery is Britain’s leading centre for contemporary photography. Since taking up new residence on Ramilies Street in 2012 after a 3.6 million redesign, it houses 3 floors of galleries, a studio floor for education activities, a bookshop, print sales space and a café.
Why not view some of the other events & shows current running in some of the top theatres in London?