Ladies and Gentlemen II.136
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Andy Warhol, Ladies and Gentlemen II.136
Ladies and Gentlemen II.136 is a screen print made by the American artist Andy Warhol in which a drag queen is depicted.
The series, provocative and irreverent, originated from Warhol's desire to move away from his portraits of stars such as Marylin Monroe or Elvis and focus on unknown figures ignored by the masses. For this reason he decided to take photos of them with his polaroid. They pose in front of Warhol's lens in the poses of Hollywood stars, wearing full make-up, revealing their vision of the feminine.
The artwork by Andy Warhol, Ladies and Gentlemen II.136 is in a limited edition of 125 pieces and it measures 43.3x28.7 in. The artwork is dated 1975.
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Andy Warhol was an American artist, film director and photographer, leading figure of Pop Art movement. Born in 1928 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania he changed the art world creating works inspired by Pop and mass culture. Among his masterpieces, Warhol depicted celebrities like Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley, but also everyday objects like the iconic Campbell’s
Soup, and he made experimental films like Empire.
From a stylistic point of view, he rejected the dominant painting and sculpting techniques and embraced silk-screen printmaking, creating his typical flat areas of color and sharp outlines.
With his New York studio, The Factory, Andy Warhol created a gathering place for artists, intellectuals and celebrities. The scope of his art had a strong influence on other artists such as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
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