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William AnastasiA Painting of a Soup Can Used to Hang Here (233/250)
silkscreen, unframed, edition 233 of 250 19.5 x 27 x 0.75 inches framed In 1968 Andy Warhol exhibited at the Philadelphia Museum of Fine Arts. Since Warhol's show was seminal in the development of Pop Art, there was a lingering presence that could not be denied, even after the work was no longer in the space. Anastasi went to a sign maker and had a plaque made that read, "A Painting of a Soup Can Used to Hang Here". The reference to the soup can and the fact the sign was not made by the artist was the development of Warhol’s subject matter as well as a Duchamp reference. It was pure genius. An edition of this work was produced years later. William Anastasi is one of the founders of both Conceptual and Minimal Art. A “classmate” of Andy Warhol, Sol LeWitt, and Hans Haacke, Anastasi has contributed greatly to the art world. He currently lives and works in New York City. Anastasi was a recipient of a John Cage Award. His work has been exhibited extensively throughout the world and is included in the public collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Phoenix Art Museum, Walker Art Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Getty Museum, and the Jewish Museum, as well as many others.
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