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afterimage: Screenprints of Andy Warhol

Director's essay  |  Curator's essay  |  The Factory  | works

 

 
The following works are included in the exhibition:
   
Andy Warhol
United States of America 1928–1987
  Boot c1956
gouache, gold paper lace, ink
58.0 x 36.5 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Elvis 1963
synthetic polymer paint screenprinted onto canvas
208.0 x 91.0 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
This work will not be included in the travelling exhibition
   
  Marilyn Monroe I love your kiss forever forever
from 1cent life by Walasse Ting
an unbound book of 172 pages, containing 63 lithographs by 28 artists, to a text by Walasse Ting
(Bern: E.W. Kornfeld, 1964), pp. 112-3
colour lithograph
impression 734 from an edition of 2000
41.0 x 58.2 cm (overall)
Felix Man Collection, Special Government Grant 1972
   
  Birmingham race riot 1964
from Ten works by ten painters
from a portfolio containing ten prints, each with a cover slip, and a double page sheet with title; S. Davis, R. Indiana, E. Kelly, R. Lichtenstein, R. Motherwell, G. Ortman, L. Poons, A. Reinhardt, F. Stella, A. Warhol
screenprint
impression 100 from an edition of 500
50.9 x 61.0 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn) 1967
a series of ten prints
published in 1970 using the original matrix for the series of ten screenprints Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn) 1967. This series is from the later unauthorised same colour editions stamped in black on verso ‘Published by Sunday B Morning’ and ‘Fill in your signature’. Some of this series are signed in hand by Warhol ‘This is not by me. Andy Warhol.’
colour screenprint
unauthorised edition of 250
91.4 x 91.4 cm
Private collection, Sydney
   
  Electric chair 1967
synthetic polymer paint screenprinted onto canvas
137.2 x 185.1 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
This work will not be included in the travelling exhibition
   
  Campbell's Soup 1 1968
a series of ten prints
colour screenprint
impression 156 from an edition of 250
91.8 x 61.3 cm
Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth, Australia
   
  Electric chair 1971
a series of ten prints
colour screenprint
impression 22 from an edition of 250
90.2 x 121.6 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Mao Tse-Tung 1972
a series of ten prints
colour screenprints
impression 162 from an edition of 250
91.6 x 91.6 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Vote McGovern 1972
colour screenprint
right to print proof from an edition of 250
106.7 x 106.7 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Hand-colored flowers 1974
four images exhibited from a series of ten prints
screenprint, printed in black ink, from one stencil; hand-coloured in watercolour
impression 15 from an edition of 250
102.4 x 65.0 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Paloma Picasso 1975
from America's Hommage à Picasso [Homage to Picasso]
a portfolio containing eleven works by various artists and title page with colophon on verso; A. D'Arganegelo, W. De Maria, D. Flavin, R. Indiana, L. Nevelson, C. Oldenburg, P Palermo, L. Rivers, J. Rosenquist, E. Trova, A. Warhol. Volume VI
colour screenprint
impression 22 from an edition of 90
103.2 x 69.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Mick Jagger 1975
a series of ten prints
colour screenprint
impression 109 from an edition of 250
109.2 x 70.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Empire State Building 1976-86
four stitched gelatin silver prints
69.4 x 54.2 cm (overall)
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Columns 1976-86
four stitched gelatin silver prints
54.2 x 70.0 cm (overall)
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Muhammad Ali 1978
a series of four prints
colour screenprint
impression 134 from an edition of 150
101.6 x 76.2 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Andy Warhol and Catherine Deneuve at Windows on the World, New York
from Andy Warhol's exposures
(New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1979)
lithograph
impression 27 from a deluxe edition of 1000
29.4 x 24.4 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  After the party
included with deluxe edition of Andy Warhol's exposures
(New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1979)
colour screenprint
impression 27 from an edition of 1000
54.4 x 77.4 cm (overall)
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Alexander Godunov, American Ballet Theatre
from Interview no. 7, 1980
(New York: Interview Enterprises Inc., 1980)
colour lithograph
43.2 x 27.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Paloma Picasso Lopez- Sanchez, daughter of the genius …, actress and designer of a new line of jewellery for Tiffany’s
from Interview Vol. X No. 9, 1980
(New York: Interview Enterprises Inc., 1980)
colour lithograph
43.2 x 27.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Ford’s Royal Model Catherine Oxenburg
Interview no. 4, 1980
(New York: Interview Enterprises Inc., 1980)
colour lithograph
43.2 x 27.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Henry Gillespie 1985
synthetic polymer paint screenprinted onto canvas
101.6 x 101.6 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
This work will travel to the Newcastle Region Art Gallery only
   
Richard Avedon
United States born 1923
  Andy Warhol, artist, New York City, 8–20–69. 1969
printed 1975
gelatin silver photograph
25.0 x 20.1 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
Gerard Malanga
United States 1943
  Paul Morrissey c1971
gelatin silver photograph
33.5 x 22.5 cm; 35.3 x 27.4 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
  Candy Darling c1971
gelatin silver photograph
23.5 x 34.5 cm; 27.8 x 35.6 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
  Andy Warhol, Candy Darling, Steve Brandt c1971
gelatin silver photograph
33.6 x 22.4 cm; 35.6 (H) x 27.8 (W)
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
  Amy Sullivan and Jane Forth c1971
gelatin silver photograph
32.6 cm x 21.8 cm; 35.6 cm x 27.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
  Robert Mapplethorpe c1971
gelatin silver photograph
33.5 x 22.5 cm; 35.6 x 27.8 cm
C ollection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
  Joe and Terry D'Allessandro c1971
gelatin silver photograph
22.6 x 33.5 cm; 27.8 x 35.6 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Henry Geldzahler 1971
gelatin silver photograph
33.6 x 22.8 cm; 35.6 x 27.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
  Andy Warhol 1971
gelatin silver photograph
33.7 x 22.6 cm; 35.6 x 27.8 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
   
Robert Mapplethorpe
United States 1946–1989
Andy Warhol 1986
gelatin silver photograph
61.0 x 51.0 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia
 
Hans Namuth
Germany 1915 – United States 1990
Andy Warhol 1982
direct positive colour photograph
impression 4 from an edition of 50
46.0 x 40.4 cm; 50.7 x 40.4 cm
Collection of the National Gallery of Australia