WARHOL’S RECORD-BREAKING MARILYN AS DESIGNED BY HENZEL STUDIO

WARHOL’S RECORD-BREAKING MARILYN AS DESIGNED BY HENZEL STUDIO

WARHOL’S RECORD-BREAKING MARILYN AS DESIGNED BY HENZEL STUDIO
Last week, Andy Warhol broke records after his iconic 1964 silk-screen painting of Marilyn Monroe sold for $195m at Christie's New York. HENZEL STUDIO  has since 2015 in collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation For The Visual Arts appropriated this significant work available as a hand-knotted rug.
Designed by Calle Henzel, the portrait was deconstructed and appropriated by Calle Henzel, where he applied his signature design characteristics; freeform organic shapes, strategically placed holes, uneven punk-like fringes and elaborate surface treatments into five unique shapes.

The rug has been displayed at venues worldwide, including Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland. 
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Images: ANDY WARHOL, Marilyn, 1967, Arvidsjaur Nordic Raw Edit 031, Designed by Calle Henzel 2015 (in-situ, Museum Of Contemporary Art Clevland) 
ANDY WARHOL, Marilyn, 1967, Arvidsjaur Nordic Raw Edit 031, Designed by Calle Henzel 2015 (in-situ, Kalkeriet Contemporary) (top)
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