Andy Warhol is a major new exhibition at Andipa Gallery bringing together the biggest, boldest and most iconic works by one of the most influential artists of the 20th Century.

A recent Art Market Research study of luxury art investments concluded that American pop art is the best performer, soaring 86 per cent in the past year alone. So if you’re looking to expand your luxury investment portfolio and have £20k-£250k to spare you’ll be pleased to learn that Andipa Gallery in London’s Knightsbridge is selling some of Andy Warhol’s biggest, boldest and most iconic works ever as part of a major new exhibition which features rare and instantly recognisable works including Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger, Campbell’s Soup Cans, Jackie Kennedy and Mao.

Some of Warhol’s most famous artworks are included in the Andipa exhibition: Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn), FS II.28, (1967, Screenprint on paper, Edition of 250, Signed, £145,000), Campbell’s Soup Box: Onion Mushroom Soup Box (1986, Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas, Unique, Signed, £250,000) and a unique Lenin, FS II.402, (1987,Screenprint on Arches 88 paper TP, Signed, £140,000). Warhol’s imagery spanned the worlds of art, media, music, fashion, as he celebrated the ‘new world’ of consumerism and celebrity. Warhol is the face of Pop Art and has become the most recognisable and valuable artist in history.

“Art buyers from Europe as well as emerging markets including China, the Middle East and Asia are pursuing the most sought-after works internationally, particularly by some of the most influential artists of the 20th Century such as Warhol” explains Director, Acoris Andipa. Elaborating on the name of the show Acoris explains: “Art investors the world over recognise London’s Walton Street as a prime destination to purchase Warhol’s rarest and most recognisable pieces. Walton Street is Warhol!”


Prices range from £20,000 - £250,000 GBP