Andy Warhol's popular revolution at London's Tate Modern

'An artist is someone who produces things that people don't need, but who he thinks is a good idea to give them' summed up his idea of art Andy Warhol while recognizing the uselessness and profitability at the same time.

The Tate Modern dedicates to the surely most famous artist of the last century a review of over one hundred works, some of which have never been exhibited in Great Britain.

In addition to his most famous subjects from Marilyn, Jackie Kennedy, Elvis there are also video and cinematographic experiments up to the installation Silver clouds made in 1966 at Leo Castelli gallery in New York with dozens of helium-inflated silver-colored mylar cushions floating in the space.

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