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Andy Warhol:Red Lenin
Red Lenin, 1987
Screenprint in colours
Edition of 120, signed and dated
100 x 75 cm

Produced in 1987, the year Andy Warhol died, ‘Red Lenin’ evidences the artist’s fascination for celebrity, and how this idea often included politicians in its spectrum.

‘Red Lenin’ is a novel on the subject of stardom, which Warhol tells in his own unique Pop style.

The choice of colours, with evident hints to Communism and the Red Terror, allows the artwork to engage in a conversation with viewers, raising questions which range from politics to art, and from celebrity to decline and fall.

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