Organized by the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (MaM), in cooperation with the Dia Art Foundation, this exhibition focuses on Andy Warhol’s curatorial experiments. From his 32 paintings of Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962) to his monumental work Shadows (1978–79)—102 canvases intended to be seen as a single piece—Warhol rejected the idea that an artwork could be perceived independently from the whole of its surrounding. Rather, he often aimed to overwhelm viewers with repeated images and saturated spaces. Concentrating on the exhibition as a medium, Warhol. Unlimited examines this overlooked, yet central, component of the artist’s work by presenting rooms wherein multiple versions of his series can be viewed together in a single space. The exhibition is part of a special cycle of exhibitions at MaM that focus on major twentieth-century American artists.
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