Zoya Gallery owns one of Andy Warhol’s largest collections not only in Slovakia, but also in Europe, which includes a portfolio of serigraphs and canvas works.
The first work of this popart artist came into his portfolio in 2004 (Hammer and Sickle 17/50, II.162), and since then this collection has been gradually expanding and now reaches over one hundred works – screen printings, drawings and canvas paintings. Thanks to its diversity and size, galleries and museums in Central Europe became aware of it and therefore nowadays this collection is highly sought after among curators at home and abroad.
Successful events include exhibitions at the Beaux-Arts Mons, Brussels, Belgium (October 2013 – January 2014); In Heydar Aliyev Center, Baku, Azerbaijan (June, 2013); At the International Institute of Culture, Krakow, Poland (2012); Stadtgalerie, Klagenfurt, Austria (2012), Pera Museum Istanbul, Turkey (2014); Antalya Cultural Center, Turkey (2016).
In addition to the great popularity abroad, we never miss the domestic audience in Slovakia, where the collection also enjoys great success. And so we strive to spend at least part of the year at home in the Zoya Museum in Modra.