Jan Bucquoy: 'Andy Warhol' - Color lithography - Belgian Slip Museum - Belgium - 1990-1999
Color lithograph (Epreuve d'artiste, 1/5) by the Belgian filmmaker and surrealist artist Jan Bucquoy from his infamous Belgian Slip Museum in Brussels. This is the version depicting Andy Warhol, crowned with women's briefs. The philosophy behind the works in this museum, according to Bucqoy himself, is: "Whoever we are, from Caesar to Eddy Merckx, we are all equal when it comes to underpants... First of all, it is not a fetishistic attitude, but a purely philosophical one, which wants to show that all men and women are equal for underwear, whether they are famous, rich, powerful or all three at the same time." Signed and numbered by the artist and professionally framed behind plexiglass.
Jan Bucquoy (Harelbeke, November 16, 1945) is a Belgian film director, author and situationist. He is best known as an extravagant anarchist.
Status report: in good condition
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