Andy Warhol at the Uffizi
Starting tomorrow, March 5, visitors to the Uffizi Gallery will be able to admire “Andy Warhol Photographed by Aurelio Amendola: New York 1977 and 1986“. The small exhibit is composed of 10 photographs, taken over the course of two meetings in Warhol’s NYC Factory between the internationally-renown photographer from Pistoia and the artist symbol of the pop art movement. Two of the photographs, one in black and white and another in color, have been donated by Amendola to the Uffizi Gallery and after the exhibition will become part of the Uffizi’s self-portraits collection, the oldest and largest in the world.
Take a moment to stop on your way into the museum at both this small exhibit, as well as in the Cabinet of Drawings and Prints next door where another exhibit is ongoing on Federico Barroci and his drawings.
“Andy Warhol Photographed by Aurelio Amendola: New York 1977 and 1986”