The exhibition “Andy Warhol – Icons, Psaier and the Factory Artworks” was thought of, designed and produced by State of the Art for Sonae Sierra.
The show included original artworks by Andy Warhol (1928-1987), one of the most important artists of Pop Art, inspired within the “Factory”, the artist’s studio.
The exhibition structure was made of 1.500 metal cans and located on the central square of the shopping mall “Colombo”, an unprecedented project by the studio LIKEarchitects.
Besides famous works, such as The Campbell’s Soup and portraits of Marilyn Monroe, the exhibition presents works signed by Pietro Psaier, a mysterious artist, of whom only few traces remain. Images © Fernando Guerra FG+SG