After the exhibit’s huge success in Milan, Andy Warhol’s art is finally in Rome. Works by the American artist and father of American Pop Art will be hosted in the renovated halls of the Museo della Fondazione Roma at Palazzo Cipolla. The exhibition is presenting over 150 works – paintings, photographs and sculptures – that are part of the Brant Foundation. They tell of an intense story and a unique cultural exchange between the young collector and the artist. The exhibit opens with the first sketches by Warhol the illustrator and closes with the spectacular Last Supper series and self-portraits by way of some of his most iconic works like Electric Chairs, the large portrait of Mao, the flowers and one of Warhol’s most renowned masterpieces: Blue Shot Marilyn.