It’s all Andy all the time.
Andy Warhol’s legendary and influential body of work is well-represented by more than 100 of his creations on display at The Brant Foundation in the East Village.
It’s from the collection of art collector and businessman Peter Brant, who was an early patron, collaborator and friend of the Pop Art giant.
“He’s been collecting art since he was in his twenties, and Warhol is one of the first artists he began to collect in depth,” said Sabrina Marsalisi, director of education at The Brant Foundation.
The exhibition, called “Thirty Are Better Than One,” gets its name from a 1963 piece featuring 30 scaled-down, silk-screened
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