The very things I might have given in to, that demanded - that said, “this is your life” - I mean, “this is your only way to survive,” are the things I fought hardest to end. Cause I believed in something else. And what makes that sane is that I can understand other people’s situations in their own terms, but I still can’t understand mine.

Now on view: Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967 explores this signature work in the artist’s career alongside the art Warhol created before and after.  

[Installation view of Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967 at The Museum of Modern Art, April 25–October 12, 2015. All works by Andy Warhol. © 2015 Andy Warhol Foundation/ARS, NY/TM Licensed by Campbell’s Soup Co. All rights reserved. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar. © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art, New York]

In today’s advertising world, it’s almost impossible the avoid visual landscape of company brand names and logos. We endulge in a pop culture that is virtually paid for and made possible by “product placement”, creating often unwelcome interruptions. This Saturday, CHG Circa gallery’s artists have chosen to interrupt their own imagery in “Product Displacement”.

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How did curator Ann Temkin decide which works of art to feature in a new book about the MoMA painting and sculpture collection? Find out in a Q&A on MoMA’s Inside/Out blog. 

Painted by hand in 1962, Andy Warhol’s Before and After, 4 was based on a plastic surgeon’s 1961 advertisement in The National Enquirer. Today Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator Donna De Salvo will discuss the work as part of 99 Objects

Installation view of America Is Hard to See (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, May 1-September 27, 2015). Photography by Ronald Amstutz

“Remarkable” - The New York Times on Andy Warhol: ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ and Other Works, 1953-1967.

[Installation view of Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967 at The Museum of Modern Art, April 25–October 12, 2015. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar. © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art, New York]