China has banned Warhol's portraits of Mao

China has banned Warhol's portraits of Mao10 portraits of Mao Zedong will be excluded from the exhibition of Andy Warhol, which in 2013 will come to China at the request of the Ministry of culture of the country, according to Bloomberg.The Director of the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh Eric Shiner expressed regret in connection with this, noting that the image of the Great helmsman is now extremely common in contemporary Chinese art, and classic pop art, depicting Mao on their silkscreen, not intended to show disrespect.The exhibition "Andy Warhol: 15 minutes of eternity" opened in Singapore, now in Hong Kong and then travel to Shanghai, Beijing and Tokyo in the framework of the 26-month Asian tour marking the 25th anniversary since the death of the artist. The exhibition presents about 300 exhibits; in the Hong Kong part of the portraits of Mao still present. In Singapore, the exhibition was attended by 175 thousand people - for comparison, the Museum of Pittsburgh for a year visit about 120 thousand. Source: China banned Warhol's portraits of Mao.



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