Silver Linings

Andy Warhol Silver CloudsAndy Warhol’s pillow-like Silver Clouds (shown in motion here), float dreamily amidst the Clouds: Fleeting Worlds exhibit that opened last week at the Leopold Museum in Vienna. The whimsical helium-filled balloons, adapted from a Warhol installation first created in 1966, are accompanied by an array of cloud renditions throughout history, by artists ranging from William Turner to Rene Magritte, whose surrealistic Summer (1932) is seen below. The exhibition runs through July in the Austrian capital.

Rene Magritte Summer 1932

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