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The Temporary Andy Warhol Museum is a cultural space within a commercial space. It was designed to host the exhibition ‘Andy Warhol – Icons | Psaier Artworks and the Factory’, which was opened between April 11 and July 11, in Colombo Shopping Mall, in Lisbon, and showcased a total of 32 original works by the American artist.
The space, set in the central plaza of the mall, is all made from the use of 1,500 metal paint cans, that evoke Warhol’s own Campbell Soup Cans, and assumes an iconographic character with clear inspiration from the Pop Art.
Having received more than 100,000 visitors, the Temporary Andy Warhol Museum sought to contribute to the dissemination and promotion of art, free and accessible to all visitors.