Bay News 9's Virginia Johnson reported on In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking, now open at the Tampa Museum of Art in Tampa, FL. The exhibition explores three decades of Andy Warhol's work and the contemporaries he helped inspire.
According the Museum's Executive Director Michael Tomor, many of Warhol's prints spoke to what people consumed in their daily life. "And consumption along those lines can be a person," Tomor said. “Because we consume people and what they represent as readily as we do food, objects, ideas."
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