Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962) as seen in “Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again” at the Whitney Museum.
The price he sold it for was “the highest price ever paid for a work by a living artist”. Share on Twitter.
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As New York Times art critic Vivien Raynor wrote in 1985, “Here and now, the collaboration looks like one of Warhol’s manipulations, which increasingly seem based on the Mencken theory about nobody going broke underestimating the public’s intelligence.
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It ranks among the shrewdest moves in 20th-century art, and though its seeming simplicity is more multivalent than detractors allow, it taps into a sentiment that Warhol nurtured for the whole of his life.
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