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Warhol: Jackie

In 2014, Blain Di Donna, an art gallery located in New York City specializing in surrealist, modern and contemporary art, scheduled its first Andy Warhol exhibition, Warhol: Jackie. Curated in close collaboration with Bibi Khan, former curator of the Andy Warhol Foundation, the exhibit would be the first to focus exclusively on Warhol’s portraits of Jacqueline Kennedy that were part of his "Death and Disaster" series. 

Warhol: Jackie, would bring together over fifty paintings that illustrate Warhol’s career-long exploration of contemporary media culture such as the news, serial imagery, celebrity and death. For this initiative, Bruce Mau Design was commissioned to design a fully illustrated catalogue and a number of supporting materials that would be published to accompany the exhibition.

The 100-page catalogue contains images and detailed descriptions of the displayed pieces and features two insightful essays that provide historical and biographical context on the exhibit’s theme. The set of collateral was meant to promote the exhibition and included opening night event invitations, Madison Avenue and NYC street banners, and advertisements for New York Times magazine.

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