Andy Warhol goes to work on an egg The Independent

Posted: December 15, 2011 in Art, News
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Berlin street art influenced by Warhol's sleeve for the Velvet Underground and Nico.

A previously unseen silkscreen print by the Pop artist Andy Warhol is causing a stir among fans of his work.

Eggs, 1982 will show in Britain for the first time this autumn, as a star exhibit of The Indiscipline of Painting.

The new show is opening at Tate St Ives in October alongside work by Gerhard Richter, Bernard Frize and Bridget Riley.

Some critics say the print uncovers a new side to the painter who used art to make Campbell’s soup tins famous.

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