Paintings, photos, objects, films, but also archival material and images by Stephen Shore and David McCabe - all of this and more welcome visitors to this vast retrospective offering a look at the life and career of one of the icons of contemporary art and culture, Andy Warhol. Starting with the first drawings in the section Origins up to the entrance of Warhol into the commercial art world after moving to New York, the exhibition highlights the vastness of the artistic practice of the ultimate pop artist. His passion for photography, for example, is explored in terms of subjects as well as in terms of formats, even with the exclusive presentation of his very own Polaroid Big Shot camera, his 16mm film camera and various acetate studies. There are also massively successful works like the iconic series inspired by Campbell’s Soup, Brillo and Coca-Cola, as well as the silkscreen series of Marilyn Monroe. However, there’s also space for The Immaterial, the section which looks at Andy Warhol’s sense of spirituality and his turn toward abstract and conceptual art.