The Brant Foundation recently unveiled Andy Warhol: Thirty Are Better Than One, its exhibition of 100+ artworks by Andy Warhol, and to celebrate a new Warhol pop-up store has found its way to SoHo.
The pop-up store can’t be missed, glowing bright red on Prince Street between Mercer and Broadway, and almost seems like artwork in and of itself.
Those who stop by can shop from an exclusive collection of products inspired by the Thirty Are Better One exhibition, all sporting signature Warhol art. The exclusive collection, which includes items such as socks, t-shirts, bags, and more, is only available for a limited time.
Thirty Are Better Than One spans the entirety of Warhol’s illustrious career, including everything from his early drawings to his later iconic silkscreens. Showcasing over 100 works from Warhol, the exhibit gets its name from his circa-1963 artwork that depicts 30 silk-screened images of Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
The exhibit is on view at The Brant Foundation Art Study Center (421 E 6th Street) now through July 30, 2023. More information can be found here.
The Warhol pop-up store is open Thursday through Sunday 1 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Those looking to immerse themselves even more in Any Warhol can check out Edie’s in Kips Bay, which is an Andy Warhol-inspired speakeasy in the back of restaurant The Factory 380.