The Bank of New York Mellon, Christie’s, Bloomberg and the Economist magazine are all joining forces to sponsor the Andy Warhol Museum’s exhibition of work that will tour Asia in commemoration of the artist’s death 25 years ago. The press release doesn’t describe the works that will be included in the show. The presumption is that the works will be drawn from the museum’s holdings:
The exhibition is curated by The Andy Warhol Museum in Warhol’s home town of Pittsburgh. It chronicles the breadth of the artist’s career and demonstrates the extraordinary scope of his interests. It will travel to five Asian cities over 27 months starting at ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, where it will run from 17 March 2012 until 12 August 2012. It will then tour to Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing throughout 2013 and end in Tokyo in 2014.