From Warhol to Banksy | Travelling Exhibition

From Warhol to Banksy features works of art that define the Pop Art movement and highlights the careers of some of the art world’s most iconic figures. This exhibition includes artists Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann, Takashi Murakami, Banksy, and Mr. Brainwash.

Pop Art, known for its commentary on consumerism, social consciousness, and, more recently, activism, is not just a phenomenon of the 1960s. The evolution of Pop Art, from Andy Warhol’s infamous Marilyn Monroe screen prints to Banksy’s guerilla street art, has completely blurred the lines between high and low art. Through a selection of prints, paintings, sculpture, and ephemera, visitors can see first-hand how Pop Art continues to critique our world and challenges us to think about the issues that persist in our everyday life.

Courtesy of the Paul and Tracy Mitchell Collection


Winter 2023 – ongoing


  • Includes:
    • Up to 102 works of art, including approx. 24 objects or ephemera to be displayed in a vitrine or domed case.
    • 21-page full colour catalogue published by the KAG with essays by Christine May, Curator, and Paul Smith, Lecturer.
    • Didactic text and extended labels
    • 5 images for media use with copyright holder permission
  • Space Requirements: 3000 square feet (can be modified depending on borrower’s need)


  • $10,000 + pro-rated shipping and applicable taxes
  • Fine art insurance

Art Gallery of Alberta: June 14 to October 15, 2023
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria: October 2024 to March 2025



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