Twenty-five years after his death, the King of Pop Art continues to draw crowds around the globe.
The impact of Andy Warhol’s work hasn’t diminished since his death in February of 1987. From London to L.A. and Germany to Brazil, gallery owners and private collectors alike are still finding new venues, and wall space, to display Warhol’s work from his vast career in film, photography, and both commercial and fine arts. With the opening of “Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal” in Singapore on March 17, the newest venue becomes an entire continent. For the next two year, “15 Minutes Eternal” will showcase the largest Warhol collection ever to be shown in Asia.