Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe I Love Your Kiss Forever Forever (double page headpiece, pages 112 and 113) from 1¢ Life 1964

  • Not on view

For this double-page lithograph, Warhol used the same source image as he did for his Marilyn Monroe paintings and screenprints. Here, he isolated the detail of the movie star's mouth, presenting it at once as a disembodied symbol and a reproducible commodity.

Gallery label from Andy Warhol: Campbell's Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967, April 25–October 18, 2015.
Walasse Ting
Lithograph from an illustrated book with sixty-two lithographs and reproductions
composition: 11 5/8 × 21 1/4" (29.5 × 54 cm); sheet (irreg.): 16 1/8 × 22 13/16" (41 × 58 cm)
Eberhard W. Kornfeld, Bern, Switzerland
Maurice Beaudet, Paris
100 special, 2,000 regular
Gift of the author, Walasse Ting, the editor, Sam Francis, and the publisher, E. W. Kornfeld
Object number
© 2024 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Illustrated book
1¢ Life
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