Whether you think soup cans qualify as art, you can’t argue that Andy Warhol had style.
“Andy Warhol: At Face Value” opened this week at POP International Galleries’ SoHo location (473 W. Broadway), featuring pieces like “Marilyn” in one of the largest collections of his work ever gathered. Many are for sale — hope you brought your bank account — but you’re welcome to browse and take selfies with the art (not that we did). The exhibit, which also includes Polaroid photographs that Warhol took while he was working, will be open through next year.
If his wall art is out of your budget, Absolut Vodka recently released a limited edition bottle wrapped with his “Absolut Warhol” painting, which was created as part of a 1986 collaboration with the brand. A portion of the proceeds from the Make the Holidays Pop bottle will go to The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, a nonprofit charity to support contemporary arts.