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LEO CASTELLI
4 EAST 77 ST NEW YORK 21

ANDY WARHOL

Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1930
Studied: Carnegie Institute of Technology
He has lived in New York since 1952

One-man shows: Ferus Gallery. Los Angeles. 1962
               Stable Gallery. New York. 1962
               Ferus Gallery. Los Angeles. 1963
               Ileana Sonnabend. Paris. 1964
               Stable Gallery. New York. 1964
               Leo Castelli Gallery. New York. 1964
               Morris International Gallery. Toronto. 1965
               Ileana Sonnabend Gallery. Paris. 1965
               Gian Enzo Sperone Arte Moderna. Turin. 1965
               Galleria Rubbers. Buenos Aires. 1965
               Institute of Contemporary Art. Philadelphia.1965
               Galerie Buren. Stockholm. 1965
               Leo Castelli Gallery. New York. 1966
               Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston. 1966
               Galerie Hans R. Nuendorf. Hamburg. 1966
               Galerie Ileana Sonnabend. Paris. 1967
               Galerie Rudolf Zwirner. Cologne, Germany. 1967
               Moderna Museet, Stockholm Sweden, 1968

His work has appeared in the following important group exhibitions:

1962    "My Country Tis of Thee". Dawn Gallery. Los Angeles
        "New Realists". Sidney Janis Gallery. New York

1963    "Six Painters and the Object". Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York
        "The Popular Image". Washington Gallery of Modern Art. D.C.
        "Popular Art". Nelson Atkins Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri
        Group Show. Ileana Sonnabend. Paris
        "Pop Art U.S.A." Oakland Art Museum. Oakland, California
        "The Popular Image. ICA. London

1964     "Amerikanst Pop Konst". Moderna Museet. Stockholm
         "Pop Konst". Louisiana Museum. Denmark
         "XXe Salon de Mai". Paris, France
         "Recent American Drawings". Rose Art Museum. Brandelis University
                                                      Waltham, Massachusetts

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