Pop Art Andy Warhol Coca Cola
"What’s great about any of it country usually America started the custom where in actuality the richest customers purchase basically the same things while the poorest. You will be watching television to discover Coca-Cola, and you also know that the President beverages Coca Cola, Liz Taylor products Coca-Cola, and just think, you can easily drink Coca Cola, too. A coke is a coke with no amount of money can get you a significantly better coke than the one the bum on the corner is drinking. Most of the cokes are the same and all the cokes are great. Liz Taylor understands it, the President knows it, the bum understands it, and also you understand it." Andy Warhol
POST-WAR & CONTEMPORARY ART NIGHT SALE
Christie's will offer the most popular Pop Art masterworks by Andy Warhol due to the fact highlight of their evening purchase. Coated in 1962, not merely is Coca-Cola (3) an original hand-painted image — not a silkscreen — its topic is just about the epitome of Pop. Warhol paints his monumental bottle of Coca Cola as tall as a human, its remarkable monochrome contours producing an instantaneous impact. With an estimate of $40, 000, 000-60, 000, 000, Coca-Cola (3) features resided inside the exact same exclusive collection for nearly two decades, and has been featured prominently in almost every significant Warhol convention. It is on view on public in London from October twelfth into eighteenth, within the preview of the latest York Post-War and Contemporary Art shows and will also be sold at Rockefeller Plaza on November 12th.
“At a time when international top enthusiasts need blue-chip masterpieces, there is nothing more iconic than the remarkable hand-painted Coca-Cola because of the master of Pop Art, Andy Warhol. Coca-cola (3) is one of the artist’s first works which describes the Pop generation. This museum high quality work has been in one of the more important Warhol selections for nearly two decades”, declared Brett Gorvy, Chairman and Overseas Head of Post-War & Contemporary Art. “Christie’s evening purchase in November will offer a distinctive dialogue between two masters of Pop, Andy Warhol with Coca Cola (3) and Jeff Koons, along with his Balloon puppy (Orange). Two various years of Pop artists standing side-by-side; Andy Warhol could be the dad of everything we all know about Pop Art and Jeff Koons is his anointed successor. Both generate things that are totally universal and enjoyed because of the public, undoubtedly Well-known in that sense”,