The Museo Jumex in Mexico City, Mexico, will host the exhibition “Andy Warhol. Dark Star” opening June 2, 2017. The exhibition explores the period of Warhol’s work spanning from his focus on mass consumer products moving into his obsession with celebrity and tragedy. Curated by Douglas Fogle, the exhibition re-examines Warhol and his work from the perspective of the United States’ changing status in the world order, stemming from the recent presidential election. Setting Warhol’s work against the backdrop of what magazine publisher Henry Luce stated in 1941 to be the “American Century” when the US more aggressively intervened in global politics and the world economy, Warhol’s images show bright idealized promises along with dark undercurrents of US consumerism and media culture of that time. The exhibition will encompass the entire museum space with over 150 works including paintings, drawings, silkscreens, films, and documentary materials, including some of his most iconic works such as the Campbell’s Soup Cans, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley portraits and silver clouds. Andy Warhol. Dark Star will be on view from June 2-September 17, 2017, with many McGaw Graphics Andy Warhol posters available to purchase at the museum. See The Andy Warhol Poster Collection.