- 30 Aug 2010 2:00 AM
“I always suspected that I was watching TV instead of living life,” said Andy Warhol, one of the greatest figures of pop art in America, who is well known by all art lovers, and whose Campbell’s Soup Cans, Marilyn Monroe and Flowers have become iconic images.
His close ties and enthusiasm for film and television are widely known. He documented all the detials of his environment and his life, and experimenting with 3D technology that appeared not long before his death, he wanted to create his virtual alterego; however, the limited technological opportunities of the time prevented him from realising this ambition.
Tickets purchased for the museum’s permanent exhibition are valid for this show."
Source: Museum Of Fine Arts Budapest
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