Andy Warhol SAS Passenger Ticket (F & S II.20)Facts | History | Meaning
Catalogue Title SAS Passenger Ticket (F & S II.20) Year 1968 Size 26 ¾” x 48 ¾” 68 x 123,8 cm Medium Screenprint on Paper Edition 250 signed in pencil on verso. Published for a Warhol exhibition at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, February 10 – March 17, 1968, which also traveled to the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Kunsthalle, Bern, Switzerland; Kunstnerses Hus, Oslo, Norway.
Andy Warhol SAS Passenger Ticket (F & S II.20)Meaning & History
"Warhol reinvented a number of seemingly ordinary objects in his own exhuberant style"
‘SAS Passenger Ticket’, created in 1968, is a screenprint refashioning an airline ticket to Stockholm, showcasing the artist’s modified ‘ready-mades’. Throughout his illustrious career, Warhol turned to a number of seemingly ordinary objects – tickets, newspaper cuttings and household objects, reinventing them in his own exhuberant style and elevating them to the status of the art.
In this screenprint the artist’s bold swirls and shapes are visually stunning against a yellow background. The artist’s hand-writing and personal ownership of the ticket add to the uniqueness and rarity of this work.
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