With Warhol: Immortal, Te Papa is bringing the first major Warhol exhibition in some time to New Zealand.
Many of the works included in the exhibition have never been seen in this part of the world before.
Warhol: Immortal focuses on the pop artist's obsession with people throughout his career from early drawings through to some of the last works he ever made.
The exhibition features Warhol's portraits of friends, celebrities, socialites, politicians, and rock stars across multiple media - paintings, MTV videos, experimental films, screen prints, drawings, and magazine covers.
Among them are the flamboyant, repetitive portraits that made him most famous.
It also documents the development of Warhol's personal image through a selection of self-portraits.
Thanks to Visa Entertainment we have a limited edition Warhol vase, available from Te Papa Store, to give to one lucky winner. It features artwork from Warhol's famous Marilyn Monroe portraits and is worth $799.
The top prize also includes tickets to the exhibition, which runs at Te Papa from 1 June to 25 August.
Tickets to the exhibition are available here and to find out more you can follow #warholtepapa on Twitter
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