Today we look at Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation , a very beautiful catalog was published in collaboration with the Portland Art Museum . The book presents more than 250 screen prints and ephemeral documents from the New York artist, all from the impressive collection of the Jordan D. Schnitzer Foundation . Some pieces are particularly emblematic, such as Campbell soup boxes and Marilyn Monroe’s portraits.
Organized chronologically and by series, Andy Warhol: Prints offers a magnificent overview of Warhol’s innovative graphic production line, which has evolved over the last four decades, with particular emphasis on the various printing techniques used by the artist, the illustrated book Screen printing. In their fascination with popular culture and the provocative subversion of the difference between the original and the copy, Warhol serigraphs are now recognized as one of the precursors of hyper-sophisticated, hyper-saturated and hyper visual culture -accelerated of our time. This beautiful book of 184 pages is now available at Artbook.com and on Amazon.com .