Warhol & Dance. New York in the 50’s
Andy Warhol arrived in New York in 1949. He would later become one of the grand masters of pop art, though in his early twenties he had already shown an interest in dance.
The young Warhol, new to New York, ‘was aware that creativity was synonymous with the dance world’, explains Anna Kisselgoff, former Chief Dance Critic of The New York Times. The “Warhol & Dance, New York in the 50’s” exhibition reflects the artistic life of this huge conurbation.
This exhibition inaugurates Ivorypress’ new space in Madrid, devoted to works on paper and intrinsically focused on drawings and photography, as well as special editions.