Silver-haired Pop Art maestro, Andy Warhol, is getting a massive new exhibition at Tate Modern — the first at the gallery for almost two decades.
From March-September 2020, over 100 of the Pittsburgh-born artist's images go on display — including iconic prints of Marilyn Monroe, Debbie Harry, Elvis Presley and Coco-Cola bottles.
The exhibition, says Tate, will emphasise Warhol's recurring themes around desire — and show how he reimagined what art could be.
Alongside the big crowd-pleasers, will be nestled some of Warhol's early line drawings of male portraits and nudes; Warhol's sexuality is also explored in the exhibition.
There's also a chance to experience Warhol's interactive floating Silver Clouds and the psychedelic Exploding Plastic Inevitable (an early multi-media experience, featuring music from The Velvet Underground).
Tate Modern's Warhol exhibition runs from 12 March-6 September 2020. Tickets £22 (£20 concessions), available to book now.
Last Updated 28 October 2019