This afternoon.

Brown Thomas, Grafton Street, Dublin 2.

American artist and photographer Karen Bystedt (above) whose 30 one-off images of Andy Warhol arrived at Brown Thomas as part of the ‘The Lost Warhols’ exhibition.

The show of never-seen-before photographs of the iconic artist will run in the department store until October 21.

Ms Bystedt invited Irish and UK contemporary street and fine artists to interpret her images in their “own artistic language, co-creating mixed media artwork, thus conceptualizing a series of collaborations that would represent community and pay homage to the mixed media form so inextricably associated with the legacy of Warhol”.

Those who have created pieces for the exhibition are Will St Leger, Orla Walsh, Nick Munier (pic 3), Raine Hozier Byrne, Helen Bullock, Cavanagh Foyle (pic 2), Stephen Johnston and Peter Tunney.

The Lost Warhols

Leon Farrell/Photocall ireland

12 thoughts on “Andy Number

  1. newsjustin

    I wonder do any of the “Lost Warhols” reference the often forgotten fact that Warhol was a serious, believing Catholic.

  2. Hannibal Lecter’s Handcart

    Why didn’t they help Karen up rather than just stand there taking photos of her? Tsk. Some people.

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